Return of the ’90s

Judicial Watch, founded by Larry Klayman, back in the heyday of the heady 90s, was a trolling litigation operation. They were best at Freedom of Information Act inquiries, and propagandized around more famous subjects on the Internet (e.g. the Deaths of Vince Foster, Ron Brown, and Barbara Wise.)

Larry eventually left, and the operation bounces around—I have no idea what their pitch is now.
Save they accomplished a recent FOIA discovery: Judicial Watch: Documents Reveal Obama HHS Paid Baptist Children and Family Services $182,129,786 for Four Months Housing of Illegal Alien Children

Most of us understand the nature of the scam that took over the churches in our country, but the details remain shocking- even at this late date. It’s hardly unique to the Baptists (which makes one wonder, if not too deeply, why Judicial Watch singled them out when the Catholics, Jews, Methodists, Episcopalians et al run the same rackets.  Perhaps, all these years on, the Baptists are still in the human trafficking industry?)

And Judicial Watch also broke the story that Obama never signed the Executive Amnesty orders.

Whether this is just a monkey wrench operation that has hit the cycle at the right time, or there is some larger narrative we don’t quite understand just yet, keep an eye on Judicial Watch.

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6 thoughts on “Return of the ’90s

  1. redphillips

    I could be wrong, but Larry Klayman always struck me as pretty sincere. He always seemed troubled that his fellow conservatives weren’t as exercised about these things as he was, and had as harsh of words for them as he did for liberals. If I’m not mistaken, he made a little noise at one time about running for President.

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  2. SoCal Patriot

    What do you think of the feasibility of a class action lawsuit being brought against various religious groups for the crimes committed by illegal aliens under their “care” ?

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