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Sunday, March 13, 2005

Felony Stupid

Michelle Malkin, that brilliant nuclear scientist, has done it again.

Ever paranoid of those dangerous Muslims, she delivered an ostensibly chilling, jaw-dropping, yet-again breaking story about directions on the Internet on how to build an hydrogen bomb. (!) Her incredible discovery was this article on the Arab News website, and she also referenced this post at The Jawa Report, whom, at this writing, still doesn't get that it is a decade-old joke.

Malkin took the story at face value, swallowing the hook, line, sinker, and, for that matter, the entire fishing pole.

Thankfully for her, she was able to wipe at least the yolk off of her face (if not the entire egg), as this guy came to Michelle's rescue, and apparently notified her of her miscue.

Gee, it sure is a good thing we have bloggers like her out there, to make sure the so-called "MSM" gets it right, huh? I just have no idea where I would get an accurate news segment without pristine, error-free, and accuracy-endeavoring bloggers like Michelle. My confidence in her is soaring.

I'm actually becoming weary of pointing out her mistakes, seemingly happening now every freakin' weekend. I work during the week, so God knows how many more mistakes she makes then. Thankfully, we have MalkinWatch to call her on her continual churning of pure crap. Then again, considering her track record of late, her website (and her credibility) will probably blow up of its own accord.