David Freddoso speaks over Obama’s objection

David Freddoso’s The Case Against Barack Obama makes an important contribution to the public record. When Chicago’s Milt Rosenberg scheduled Freddoso for an appearance on his WGN radio show earlier this week to talk about the book, the Obama campaign called out its old playbook, previously employed against Stanley Kurtz, smearing Freddoso and inundating the show with callers regurgitating the campaign’s talking points.

Matthew Vadum tells the story in this American Spectator online column. You can listen to Rosenberg’s podcast of the WGN show with Freddoso and Obama supporter Daniel Johnson-Weinberger here. Unfortunately, no one in the mainstream media can be stirred to take note of the Obama campaign’s disgusting modus operandi in these matters.

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