March 26, 2009, - 3:21 pm

Famous Plagiarist Rehashes Obama, Biden Plagiarism Stories

By Debbie Schlussel
As many of us know, Barack Obama plagiarized his speeches on the campaign trail from Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Joe Biden, years ago, plagiarized a speech from British labor leader Neil Kinnock.
That’s old news.
But Sean Hannity, apparently his usual empty self with nothing he understood enough from today’s Rush Limbaugh show to regurgitate, rehashed both those stories at the beginning of his hackneyed nationally syndicated radio show, today.
That’s not the point here, since Vannity repeatedly rehashes old, irrelevant news. The point is that he continues to attack others for plagiarism, when he continues to plagiarize myself and others.
He repeated his attack, today, that Barack Obama said it was okay to plagiarize Patrick because Patrick gave permission. It wasn’t relevant, but he couldn’t think of anything insightful, so he rehashed it.

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Well, guess what? I never gave permission to Sean Vannity to repeatedly rip off my work on Imam Husham Al-Husainy or my breaking story on the Muslim footbaths at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, which he read from this site–completely without credit–word for word on his radio show the day after I broke the story and before any other news organization covered it a few days later.
Look in the mirror, Vannity. And try coming up with something new, something that you’re actually in a position to speak on without being a hypocrite.

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3 Responses

That’s why conservatism is discredited – the frauds and poseurs in the movement can’t make an intelligent argument for faith, family, freedom and free markets when they steal without shame from others. That’s living up to your principles? Vannity and ilk don’t have them or if they do have them they wouldn’t know what they are. Its hilarious to watch a plagiarist condemn the Left for something he practices without blushing. What do you call hypocrisy? A Sean Vannity who has given the conservative movement a bad name and a whole heck of a lot more!

NormanF on March 26, 2009 at 4:25 pm

Debbie, do you consider this plagiarism? Dr. Orly Taitz has used your story about Obama’s bogus selective service registration on her blogs and her meeting with Selective Service Director William Chatfield. She cites you on one web link and not the other (yesterday). I hope things are copacetic between both of you?
http://defendourfreedoms.org/letterHolder.htm
http://defendourfreedoms.us/2009/03/25/dossier-4-meeting-national-director-of-selective-service-william-chatfield.aspx
[CS: YES, I DO THINK IT’S PLAGIARISM. SHE NEITHER MENTIONS MY NAME OR PROVIDES A LINK. SHE JUST FLAT OUT STOLE FROM ME. I JUST CALLED THIS BI-OTCH, AND SHE SAID SHE’S TOO BUSY TO TALK, AFTER STEALING FROM ME. OH, AND SHE ALSO SAID, SHE DIDN’T KNOW IT CAME FROM ME, EVEN THOUGH SHE STOLE EVERY LAST DETAIL DIRECTLY FROM MY SITE, INCLUDING THE JPEG, WHICH HAS MY SITE NAME STAMPED ON IT. WHAT A FRAUD. SHE CLAIMED SHE RELIED ON AN E-MAIL SOMEONE SENT HER. YEAH, THAT’S REAL GOOD LAWYERING–RELYING ON AN E-MAIL. SOME LAWYER. SOMEONE OUGHT TO LOOK AT HER PH. D. AND SEE IF THAT’S PLAGIARIZED, TOO. DS]

californiascreaming on March 26, 2009 at 6:45 pm

Pretty sad that in the rush get some publicity she didn’t take the time to contact you or thank you. And for her to say she is “too busy to talk”, what an insult. Sounds like a whack job. Seems like she is doing the same dodging as Obama is doing regarding answering questions. Her actions will discredit all the claims she is bringing forward.

californiascreaming on March 27, 2009 at 11:39 am

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