"Big Journalism has learned that the Occupy Washington DC movement is working with well-known media members to craft its demands and messaging while these media members report on the movement. Someone has made the emails from the Occupy Wall Street email distro public and searchable. The names in the list are a veritable who’s who in media."
I took a look at this database and decided to cross-reference it with the White House visitor's log. After about three seconds I found a connection: Harrison Schultz.
Newsbusters has some commentary on Schultz as well as a video of him being interviewed by race-baiter extraordinaire Al Sharpton. According to Newsbusters:
"Trust him--he might be young, but he's a "professional sociologist." So did Harrison Schultz, an organizer of the "Occupy Wall Street" protests, describe himself to Al Sharpton on MSNBC this evening. And he wants Al and us to know that "a lot of the people that are here are in fact anarchists, are in fact revolutionaries. . . . We don't really want to fix [the problems]. It's revolution, not reform."
There are also some amusing factoids about Harrison. When he's not out fomenting revolution, Schultz is an . . . analyst for a marketing firm. Oh yeah, and in his oh-so-bourgeois LinkedIn profile, Harrison wants people to know he worked at Bank of America providing "assistance for several investment bankers."
So we have Harrison Schultz, an anarchist and a hypocrite (more on his hypocrisy later). That's who this guy is.
Ok, so now let me connect the dots with graphical evidence.
Here is a screen capture of an email sent by Schultz. (Click on the picture to get a better view.)
How many more radicals is this administration going to be tied to? I'm sure there are other connections between the White House and the OWS movement that we will never know about. All I'm saying is that this whole thing stinks.
On a lighter note, we all are aware of the hypocrisy of these protestors. They trash capitalism. They decry the terrible corporations while they talk away on their iPhones and type away on their computers. So when I came across this email from Schultz, my irony meter snapped into a million pieces. (Click for better resolution)
Are you kidding me? Here you have someone who is part of an anti-capitalist movement that is using that movement to make a.....profit. This is always a problem with the Left. They want all of their authoritarian rules to apply to everyone but them. Corporations can't make money but Leftists can? What happened to 'people over profits?'