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Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Shocker! Aaron Klein Still Committing Identity Fraud
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Further demonstrating that he has nothing better to do with his life than engage in juvenile pranks, Aaron Klein is keeping up his silly stunt (and apparent identity-fraud crime) of dinking around on President Obama's campaign website under the name "Osama bin Laden."

Klein declares in a Nov. 5 WND article: "Despite a widely circulated WND article exposing the effort last week, 'Osama bin Laden,' using a Pakistani proxy server, is still running a grassroots fundraising page titled 'Fatwa: Foreign Donations' that openly seeks foreign donations on President Obama’s campaign website."

Klein seems not to have considered the possibility that the Obama campaign has more important things to do than respond to a pranking, publicity-seeking troll like Klein who is committing identity fraud and who works for a website that nobody believes.

Klein also claims that "WND filed a complaint about the foreign donations with the Federal Elections Commission," but he offers no evidence of the complaint, nor does he address the problem of his committing identity fraud -- a possible crime -- in making his "illegal donation."

By continuing to push this stunt, Klein simply comes off as bitter that his anti-Obama book was mostly ignored.


Posted by Terry K. at 9:21 AM EST
Updated: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 9:30 AM EST

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