WND and its associates pretty much seem to be genetically incapable of telling the truth.
IN an Aug. 10 WND article by Bob Unruh on the lawsuit sue-happy defamer Larry Klayman has filed against Rachel Maddow on behalf of gay-bashing evangelist Bradlee Dean, there's this interesting statement:
The action seeks $50 million damages.
Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch and now of Freedom Watch, said money is not the issue.
"This case is filed as a matter of principle," he said. "We need more Bradlee Deans in the world and hateful left wing television commentators must be made to respect not only his mission but the law."
That is absurd on its face. If money wasn't the issue, why is Klayman trying to get $50 million out of Maddow? And if respect really was part of Klayman's mission, Unruh's article wouldn't be accompanied by a picture of Maddow as she is supposedly being served with the lawsuit, with a look teased on the WND front page as "sourpuss." Apparently trying to humiliate the defendant is part of Klayman's "principles."
Unruh does his own lying in the article as well. In the midst of fluffing Dean, he writes:
Dean also is drummer for Junkyard Prophet, which has sold over 40,000 albums in the Minneapolis area alone. Bradlee is endorsed by world-class companies such as Sonor, Buttkickers, Beatnik (including his own signature drum pad), Hornet Drumsticks (including his own signature sticks) and Soultone Cymbals.
Music instrument makers rarely endorse musicians, and certainly not a lower-tier musician like Dean. Rather, companies allow musicians to endorse their products, and that is the case here. From the Sonor page on Dean:
I’m honored to endorse gear by Sonor, Buttkicker, Hornet drumsticks, Beatnik, Soultone, and Gibraltar—companies that have entrusted me to faithfully and successfully endorse their products.
Thery're not endorsing him -- he's endorsing them.
Is it too much to ask for Unruh to get basic facts correct? Apparently so.