Becki Steinberg's puff piece on the documentary film Better This World is disgraceful.
In The Hill newspaper, she throws a spotlight on a piece of taxpayer-funded leftist agitprop that at best gives a pass to two anarchists who plotted to napalm Republicans at the 2008 GOP convention and at worst glamorizes their crimes.
Steinberg can't even bring herself to challenge co-director Katie Galloway when she refers to the convicted plotters David McKay and Bradley Crowder as "so-called" terrorists.
That's so lame.
In a series of exclusive interviews appearing in my new book Subversion Inc.: How Obama's ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers, FBI informant Brandon Darby explains how he undermined McKay and Crowder's plan to kill delegates at the Republican national convention in Minnesota.
Thanks to the information Darby provided to authorities, police raided a residence and found gas masks, slingshots, helmets, knee pads and eight Molotov cocktails consisting of bottles filled with gasoline with attached wicks made from tampons. "They mixed gasoline with oil so it would stick to clothing and skin and burn longer," Darby said.
McKay and Crowder also made riot shields and were ready to use them at the convention. Their goal was to prevent delegates from participating in the convention by blocking streets around it.
Not that any of this matters to The Hill.