NCGOP spokesman fell for FAKE NEWS re: KY students and Indian protester


Believe it or not, the NCGOP actually has a communications staffer.  The 2018 campaign had many of us believing  state party HQ was trying to keep info about their candidates TOP SECRET,  

Someone  named Jeff Hauser is supposedly in charge of the party’s messaging.  Jeff is a “special guy.”  He’s got an obsessive hatred of congressmen Mark Meadows and Walter Jones, and ME.  That’s right.  An obsessive hatred of three well-known Republicans.  By the state Republican Party’s spokesman. 

Hauser has verbally abused Meadows in-person.  Jones and I have been assaulted by Jeff via social media.  (Sometimes Jeff has the guts to sign his name.  Most of the time, he uses silly aliases.  Either way he does it, the message is overflowing with the usual vitriol and pure hatred.)

I have to admit I smiled, then shook my head in dismay, when I came across this gem on Twitter:

This story has been thoroughly discredited as a frame-up job and hoax.   Here’s another great example.  (Only a few drive-bys are still beating this dead horse.)

It’s amazing that the NCGOP — an organization that lives for bashing fake news and the liberal media — has a spokesman who fell for this stinking pile of fake news hook, line and sinker.

Though, we are talking about a group currently being run by a mean old man and a cartoon character.

Should we tell Hauser that Santa Claus isn’t real?

I don’t know if I have the heart to tell him about The Tooth Fairy or The Easter Bunny.  Finding out the truth just might break his black, gullible heart.