Freshman Democrat Congressman Alan Grayson, who recently warned that people would become cannibals should the government spend less money, is in the race of his life against Republican challenger Daniel Webster in Florida. Last month Grayson released a fraudulent campaign ad against Webster that was almost universally condemned. Well, it looks like Grayson did not learn his lesson and is at it again.
It has been revealed that late last month, the Grayson campaign launched a group on Facebook called "Mind of Daniel Webster," which was intentionally made to look real. For example, looking at the "group information" at first glance it appears to be a legitimate group:
Look closer, however, and one will find disgusting and libelous lies. Under "Favorite Quotations," for example, the fake group intentionally uses a falsified quote from Grayson's lie-infested "Taliban Dan" ad:
The most disgusting part of this is the fact that it has been inarguably shown that the Grayson campaign utterly distorted that quote. In other words, Grayson is simply lying in the face of his constituents. Apparently he thinks they are stupid.
Further disgusting lies on the group are making light of adultery:
And the fake Webster saying that the Taliban Dan ad, which I remind you again was inarguably shown to be fraudulent, was "true:"
The only thing in the entire group to show that the group is indeed fake is a tiny blurb hidden under a picture and next to other posts:
Mr. Grayson, you are truly disgusting. Support Daniel Webster!
And looky here, Grayson himself tweeted about the group:
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