Is there such a thing as a false right wing conspiracy that Lee Stranahan hasn’t tried to inflame with knowing falsehoods?
If someone, somewhere, is trying to rile up anti-Islam fervor based on rumors and lies, chances are that Lee Stranahan will be there to pour nitroglycerin on the fire.
The one-time grifter, pornographer, admitted pimp of his own wife’s sexual services, has been featured twice recently in national publications. A fawning love letter to Stranny was written this past summer, published in Newsweek, painting Stranahan as the only hope for “saving” the vile Breitbart “News” empire.
In today’s New York Times Magazine, the former (we suppose) bondage-porn photographer who advertised his wife’s sexual services (he admitted in a phone call to your humble editor that it wasn’t fair to call him a “pimp” since he claims no one ever took him up on his offer to lease his wife for a 2-hour private “session” for $625) Stranahan bubbles up into the public consciousness once more — this time not so favorably.
The NYT Magazine story focuses on a “fake news” story about non-existent Syrian refugees sexually abusing minor children. The story depicts Stranahan as having been personally dispatched by former White House CEO Steve Bannon to the small Idaho town to take advantage of law enforcement’s inability to share details because of the age of the offenders and victims.
Read the story for details. It’s a long, but satisfying read!
This is another example of Lee Stranahan dipping his wick into a small town controversy… not to get to the truth, but to promote the alt-right agenda. Remember Steubenville, Ohio, when Stranny went running to the defense of high school athletes implicated in the gang rape of a young student, nearly unconscious from alcohol? Not satisfied with simple “slut shaming” as it is called, Stranny ensured the victim would live in alt-right infamy forever by publicly identifying her. Rumored payments to Stranahan for his act of victim blaming and identification seem to be verified by the debut of Stranny’s new store-bought teeth after he seemingly did the work required by the city leaders.
Somebody call the “WAAAAAAAA-mbulance” for Lee.
— Lee Stranahan (@stranahan) September 26, 2017
And while you’re at it, send him your money,