A July 24 WorldNetDaily article touts how "Aaron Klein, WND's senior reporter, today launched his own website – KleinOnline.com – dedicated to breaking news, exclusive investigations, and news-making interviews." The article curiously doesn't mention that the site is operated by WND -- which is made quite clear by the "WND Inc." tag at the bottom of the website.
Indeed, KleinOnline.com is repelete with copies of his WND articles, as well as selected excerpts from his WABC radio show, as well as the full shows themselves. Sadly, the archive only dates back to a year or so, so you can't listen to Klein declare his fealty to violent far-right extremist Meir Kahane.
On his July 24 radio show, Klein offered up a self-aggrandizing explanation for why the website was created. After ticking off various Klein-manufactured scandals, from Anita Dunn having "literally admitted" that the Obama campaign "controlled the media" -- in fact, she said no such thing; rather, she said the campaign got the media to cover what it wanted covered, which is the media strategy of every single political candidate -- to laughably complaining about anonymous sources pushing claims about his beloved Fox News in the News of the World phone-hacking scandal -- yes, the king of anonymous sources is complaining that others are using anonymous sources -- to boasting that not a single word of his Obama-bashing hit job "The Manchurian President" has been retracted -- that's because he has ignored our analysis of it -- Klein declares that there needs to be "an independent media in the United States," and his answer is to create as many news outlets as possible. He added, "If George Soros wants to take down Fox News, create another one."
Of course, Klein Online is not, by any stretch of the imagination, an "independent" news source. It simply rehashes what has already appeared at WND and on his radio show, and it's fully part and parcel of another "news" organization. There's no independence here at all, and there's no evidence Klein is doing anything other than the bidding of his employer. There's also no self-awareness on Klein's part that he is making copious use of the very same tactics of smearing and hiding behind anonymous sources that he accuses the "liberal media" of engaging in. Or perhaps he is quite aware he's using those tactics but wants to deceive his readers into thinking he's somehow different.
In short, Klein Online appears to be a one-stop shop for all of his anonymous attacks, guilt-by-association smears, whitewashing violent extremists, reporting in the service of dictators, and so much more. We can hardly wait!
We can also expect Klein to continue to gutlessly and petulantly ignore our existence, even though it admitting the falsehoods and distortions we've uncovered from him would go a long way toward becoming the "independent" website he claims to be.