Ace is reporting that Rusty has some scoop on a nasty anti-palin You-Tube ad that is being astroturfed by Obamabots but is somehow connected to Axelrod and the Obama team. Rusty is one savvy internet sleuth known for hacking jihadi sites and taking them down so whatever he finds could be big but the sorry tease won't be posting it till late tonight Eastern time. I will follow up as soon as I know more. Plus Ace has some background on Axelrod and independent campaign ads.
Obama is running the most dishonest nasty campaign I have seen since I started following politics closely in '92 so at this point I put nothing below him or his minions. Heck even some in the MSM are starting to take notice. Hattip: Jennifer Rubin.
In other news on that front, the disgusting Obamabot slug that hacked into the Palin family's email and posted some of it online was served a warrant last night by the FBI and they spent a couple hours gathering evidence from his dorm. Gateway Pundit has more info with links if you want more.
UPDATE: Like I said Rusty is a savvy and ruthless internet sleuth and he has basically uncovered how all the Palin smears seem to appear all at once at multiple moonbat sites. It is long, detailed and full of links. I will have to go back and reread it with less beer in me but it is full of evidence of the Chicago style of politics, dirtier than the devil's pet pig. This is more red meat than I can digest in one sitting. Basically it appears like one of the biggest PR firms in the world is running an undercover smear campaign to support Barack Obama and my common goat sense tells me Obama is just fine with it and knows all about it, the Chicago way you know.
Extensive research was conducted by the Jawa Report to determine the source of smears directed toward Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Those smears included false allegations that she belonged to a secessionist political party and that she has radical anti-American views.
Our research suggests that a subdivision of one of the largest public relations firms in the world most likely started and promulgated rumors about Sarah Palin that were known to be false. These rumors were spread in a surreptitious manner to avoid exposure.
It is also likely that the PR firm was paid by outside sources to run the smear campaign. While not conclusive, evidence suggests a link to the Barack Obama campaign. Namely:
Evidence suggests that a YouTube video with false claims about Palin was uploaded and promoted by members of a professional PR firm.
The family that runs the PR firm has extensive ties to the Democratic Party, the netroots, and are staunch Obama supporters.
Evidence suggests that the firm engaged in a concerted effort to distribute the video in such a way that it would appear to have gone viral on its own. Yet this effort took place on company time.
Evidence suggests that these distribution efforts included actions by at least one employee of the firm who is unconnected with the family running the company.
The voice-over artist used in this supposedly amateur video is a professional.
This same voice-over artist has worked extensively with David Axelrod's firm, which has a history of engaging in phony grassroots efforts, otherwise known as "astroturfing."
David Axelrod is Barack Obama's chief media strategist.
The same voice-over artist has worked directly for the Barack Obama campaign.