For the second time in one week, a national publication has given grifter, pornographer, pimp, deabeat traitor Lee Stranahan a bump in his goal of morphing into the reincarnation of Andrew Breitbart.
Last week it was Newsweek, a story in which the author admits to knowing about Stranny’s sordid past and ignoring it for the sake of the story.
This week, it’s the execrable Daily Caller which lovingly cups his corrupt ball sack like a model in Stranahan’s bondage photos.
The true story of Lee Stranahan can be read here. But the Caller is not concerned with Stranny’s corruption. It seems to be in their interest to assist this filthy pretend-journalist to ascend the thone of Breitbart.
Ex-Breitbart News investigative reporter Lee Stranahan was so appalled with Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow‘s appearance on HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” Friday that he’s calling on the site’s publisher to scrap him.
In a weekend Periscope video, Stranahan, who recently quit Breitbart for the second time after the site fired him, voiced fresh rage for Marlow. “Alex needs to be fired,” he said.’
Gee! Who would they find to REPLACE Marlow?
Stranahan, who works for Sputnik, called Marlow the “Traitor-in-Chief.”
How comically ironic that gossip reporter Betsy Rothstein somehow neglects to mention that Sputnik is funded by the Kremlin, aka Vladimir Putin.
In this online fondling, Rothstein notes that firing Marlow would not be an easy thing to do, since Marlow’s mommy and daddy, Robert and Wynn, are editors at Breitbart and would certainly follow their son out the door.
In typical Stranahan suck-up style, Stranny has nothing but nice things to say about moms and pops.
“Alex’s mom and dad are senior editors and writers,” he said. “They are major editors with power. I’ve had nothing but good experiences with Robert and Wynn. They are more competent and efficient than Alex, in fact. It’s hilarious but it points to a systemic problem at Breitbart. You can’t lose Alex without losing three important editors at once. My guess is it’s by design by Alex. It’s passive aggressive Machiavellian.”
And what would a fluff piece about Stranahan be without a paragraph or two of Stranny telling the readers how wonderful he is?
“I’ve never been wrong on stories. I’m not saying the Russians are not behind the hack. I’m saying there is no proof of this right now. He [Larry] might ignore it [my advice] and think this is a personality issue. This is not a personality issue. This is journalistic judgment. For Andrew’s sake I hope he would do this. Larry has told me he realizes how sincere he thinks I am about my concern about Andrew’s legacy. I’m sure this is not comfortable for him.”
“Concern for Andrew’s legacy.”
“For Andrew’s sake.”
Stranny has seen himself as the logical heir to the dead muckraker since Breitbart shuffled off his mortal coil in 2012.
And what would a blow job be without a happy ending?
The ex-Breitbart reporter’s heart at least seems like it’s in the right place.
“As a reader, I’m generally frustrated,” he said.
Thank you. Here’s a tissue and a toothbrush, Ms. Rothstein.