On top of playing guilt-by-assocation with Obama appointees, perpetuating falsehoods about them is something WND likes to do as well.
An Oct. 5 WND article asserted that Chai Feldblum, Obama's nominee to become commissioner for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, "praised polygamy" -- a charge repeated in an Oct. 10 article. In fact, Feldblum did no such thing, despite WND's attempt to twist words.
WND's basis for the claim is that Feldblum signed a petition that urges "Legal recognition for a wide range of relationships, households and families – regardless of kinship or conjugal status." Among the several types of relationships listed in the petition are "Households in which there is more than one conjugal partner."
WND cherry-picked this statement to assert that Feldblum, in the words of the Oct. 5 article, "signed a manifesto praising polygamy." But the petition, like Feldblum, does no such thing -- it merely lists "Households in which there is more than one conjugal partner" among other types of relationships for which legal recognition should be provided.