Keller @ Large: Can’t Vandalize Political Culture Without Breaking Some Eggs

February 5, 2014 12:40 PM
Keller @ Large: Can’t Vandalize Political Culture Without Breaking Some Eggs
BOSTON (CBS) — There it was last night, a blaring headline on top of the Drudge Report website:

" “SCALIA PREDICTS RETURN OF INTERNMENT CAMPS.”

" Listen to Jon’s report

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" A Supreme Court justice, warning of a return to the World War II practice of mass imprisoning of Japanese-Americans citizens?

" That is chilling stuff.

And, predictably, the grievance industry sprang into full production mode, with all conspiracy marketers on duty ‘round the clock.

Out on the far right, a commenter on a conservative D.C. website wrote: “Obama is waiting for the moment he can execute martial law and send all Christians, Conservatives and any Obama opponent to the re-education camps.”

Wrote another: “Looks like those FEMA camps aren’t conspiracy theory after all…we are in a perpetual state of war domestically.”

Over on the left, commenters on the Huffington Post essentially agreed "

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