Sunday, April 26, 2015

I Wonder How Much He was Paid Off By Senile Reid?

From the Las Vegas Sun: A Las Vegas man claims he started a false rumor that the injuries suffered by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid several months ago were the result of an attack by Reid’s brother, not an exercise accident.
Larry Pfeifer, a 50-year-old former consultant in the nightclub and entertainment industry, said he fabricated the story after becoming appalled that right-wing political blogger John Hinderaker published a rumor that Reid’s injuries stemmed from an assault by a Mafia enforcer. Pfeifer said he pitched his fake story about the Reid brothers’ supposed fight to Hinderaker, author of the Power Line blog, to test whether the blogger would publish it, as well. When Hinderaker reported it and the rumor was subsequently spread by others in conservative media, Pfeifer says he began plotting to self-report it as a lie to show the lack of credibility and journalistic standards among partisan media figures.
“It was just so outrageous,” he said. “The fact that someone can say something completely false that can destroy somebody’s life, it’s just wrong. Where’s the moral compass?”
Pfeifer, who describes himself as a motivational speaker who is involved in addiction counseling, said he completely concocted the story that Reid’s brother, Larry, showed up intoxicated at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting on New Year’s Eve in Henderson and claimed to have beaten up a relative.
Pfeifer said the media figures who published and broadcast the rumor did so without corroboration and without knowing his true identity. He revealed to them that he was using a pseudonym, he said, yet none demanded proof of his true identity.
The rumor spread quickly after Hinderaker published it April 3, landing Pfeifer on conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham’s radio program six days later when Hinderaker was a guest host, and leading to a conversation between Pfeifer and Rush Limbaugh. Pfeifer said he tried to get on Limbaugh’s show, where he planned to admit he’d made up the story.
“I thought the whole thing would be over in a day and a half,” he said. “I wasn’t after 15 minutes of fame. I wanted a platform where I could present this as what it was and 2 million people would pick up on it.”
So, if were to believe this liar, he opened himself up to a slander lawsuit just so he can see how his story to play out.
I highly doubt that would happen and here's why:
1.  How do we know this is the fool that spread that story about Larry Reid?  How do we know he is the actual person who fed Limbaugh and others this story?  Where is the proof?
2.  Why would this fool open himself up to a slander lawsuit by Larry Reid by coming up with this story?
3.  How do we know that the Las Vegas Sun, a hearty Senile Harry Reid supporter, is not making  up this story in a way to protect Senile/Coward/Liar/Pathetic Harry Reid?  Brian Greenspun is an ardent supporter and Greenspun is an unethical journalist/editor and will make up stories to suit his political agenda.
4.  How much was this liar paid to come up with this story?
So, as I have written before, Senile Reid is hiding something because I know, with 99.99% certainty, that Reid's story that he got hurt on some exercise equipment is a complete lie and it is being covered up by the U.S. Capitol police.
So, once again, I call on Sen.(ile) Reid to release his medical records and release the report(s) the Capitol police filed on Reid's injuries, including the daily log I am sure the cops fill out.


  1. It seems to be the same person who spread he lie, and the reason he spread the lie is also a lie. It was probably done at the insitigation of Harry Reid which was why the Powerline blog blogger was told, when he asked for commentm just keep on being himself.

    It's a Clinton style cover-up.

  2. One element of Clinton styler cover-ups, and this actually goes way back - is to spread false conspiracy theiries about yourself - false explanations that can later be debunked to entice the skeptics

    Example: The TWA Flight 800 missile theory, both versions.