Remember last week when WorldNetDaily penned a fawning story about the so-called "trial" of Barack Obama held by rabid Obama-hater James David Manning? Unsurprisingly, Manning's kangaroo court found Obama "guilty," and WND's Stewart Stogel has penned a similarly fawning May 22 article.
Stogel allows Manning to baselessly and ludicrously claim that "the fact that the Secret Service, charged with protecting the president and investigating threats, allowed the 'trial' to take place constitutes evidence it was legitimate." Strangely, though, Stogel doesn't detail any of the "evidence" that Manning used to arrive at his "guilty" verdict -- too crazy even for WND, perhaps?
As he did before, Manning failed to detail evidence of Manning's visceral hatred of Obama, such as calling him a "long-legged mack daddy." Instead, Stogel deceptively portrays Manning as having "heaped praise on the 42nd president" -- which goes against Manning's history.
Stogel appears to know that if he told the truth about Manning, it would discredit WND through its promotion of him. And Stogel is not getting paid to discredit his employer, so he deceives his readers instead.