Now how do you suppose this happened?

At least 21 papers were duped last week, including big-market brands like the Dallas Morning News and The Washington Times. They ran identical letters over a four-day period, each signed by a different person.

The effort is an example of public-relations ‘astroturfing,’ a technique meant to simulate genuine grassroots support for an idea or cause.

The form letter is one small piece of the message minefield erupting around Kavanaugh as he prepares for a brutal confirmation process that will end with scant support from Democrats.

Well, first of all, I suppose it should be noted that the claim in the AstroTurf letter is that the appointee to the Supreme Court will supposedly work against everything America stands for. Only in the mind of a rabid leftist is actually holding to the original intent of the Constitution anti-American.

3 Responses to “Newspapers Run IDENTICAL Letters Slamming Trump’s Supreme Court Pick | Daily Mail Online”

  1. You weren’t supposed to notice, and you damn well shouldn’t have exposed the move.

  2. Back in the thrilling days of yesteryear, it would have taken historian with a large research staff to discover then.  Then by that the time the damage would have already been done.  Amazingly, the party of the Smarest Woman in the World keep forgetting that Algore invented the Internet.

  3. Best part: in at least some cases the person whose name appeared on the published letter, had never even seen it before.