Now did this Kossack have some inside information about the incident that eluded all the actual reporters on the scene? No, he found a mention of FEMA camps on the woman’s myspace page. How does that turn into she thought the base was a FEMA camp? It doesn’t. They made that part up! It was, as mediate reported, pure speculation. But hey, when wasn’t speculation enough for Edward R Olbermann?
Wait, there’s more. Her myspace page also had a video from Glenn Beck. Yes, “a” video. It wasn’t about FEMA camps. But wait, didn’t Olby claim that she admitted, right on her myspace page, that Beck said the airbase was a FEMA camp? Yup, that’s what he said. That’s the part Olbermann made up. Her myspace page has been locked, but all of the blue blogs that scoured it beforehand came up with nothing regarding Glenn Beck’s views on FEMA camps. Zero. Zip. Nada.
In fact, if in fact she watched Beck on tv, as Monkeymann’s caption claimed, and if what he said affected her beliefs, as he also claimed, then Keith has some more ‘splainin’ to do. Because on his tv show, Beck has debunked the FEMA camp theory–not once, not twice, but three times! See the appendix below for video of all three segments (not including a fourth with Ron Paul, who also rejected this conspiracy theory).