Friday, August 13, 2010

Alvin Greene's Pornography Indictment: A Government Conspiracy?

South Carolina Democratic Senate nominee Alvin Greene is the victim here, folks, and we saw this coming a long, long time ago....first, the trumped-up charges:

Longshot Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene was indicted Friday on two charges, including a felony charge of showing pornography to a teenage student in a South Carolina college computer lab....

Authorities said he approached a student in a University of South Carolina computer lab, showed her obscene photos online, then talked about going to her dorm room.
A Richland County grand jury indicted Greene, 32, for disseminating, procuring or promoting obscenity — a felony — as well as a misdemeanor charge of communicating obscene materials to a person without consent.

If convicted, Greene could face up to three years for the misdemeanor or up to five years for the felony.

Mediaite gives voice to our suspicions:

...furthermore, this whole indictment seems biased. Since when is it against the law to be bad at propositioning coeds? If that’s the case, then didn’t most of us break that law for four straight years?

Or maybe Greene is a fox. Crazy like Mel Gibson in Conspiracy Theory.

Here's a quote from Alvin shortly after his stunning primary win, that the AP uses to establish Greene as a bit off-kilter:

At his home in Manning on Thursday, Greene told an AP reporter who reviewed the documents with him that the evaluations show he was discriminated against by military supervisors but he did not explain what that meant.

"I'm telling you who they promote: the terrorists and the communists," said Greene, wearing a blue U.S. Air Force T-shirt. "This is why we need to overhaul the military and get these people out."

And here's what I wrote on his hypothesis a few weeks back:

Sounds crazy? Really? Hmmm...I seem to remember a certain Major that was promoted again and again before deciding to shoot up Ft. Hood, killing 13 American soldiers and wounding more than 30 others while screaming "Allah Akbar!", the terrorist's mantra. Ah, yes - Major Nidal Malik Hasan, promoted a multitude of times despite poor evaluations and concerns about his radical Islamic rants. Would seem to validate at least part of Greene's accusation....

And how about General Stanley McCrystal? Communist is a tough charge, but....ultra-ultra liberal to the point of banning beer on bases and creating rules of engagement so restrictive that it gave a distinct advantage to our enemy? And what kind of freedom-loving American bans FOX News from the television sets in and around his headquarters? And really - who besides a communist would ban Burger King from American bases as they might be construed as a sign of "American (capitalistic?) excess"? Seems like he really might approve of a different system of government than is espoused by our Constitution...

Is Alvin Greene crazy? Or is he speaking some uncomfortable truths about our military establishment under the iron grip of political correctness? And could Obama and the Democrats be sending out the media in order to discredit Greene, to make a mockery of him, so that people don't pay any attention to his "outrageous" claims and the evidence that seems to back him up?

Is Alvin Greene the victim of....a massive government conspiracy?

Short answer: Yes. In Obama's America, if the truth is inconvenient, the truth must be silenced, even when coming from an incoherent vessel such as Mr. Alvin Greene....

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