My ‘friend’ Vierdsen unmasked (apparently)

Adam Fogle seems to have another ground-breaking TPS report (did you get that memo?) about my would-be pal "John Vierdsen:"

A weekend’s worth of polling and months of speculation about the identity of The Palmetto Scoop’s Most Wanted anonymous blogger, John Vierdsen, has come to end.

Information obtained by TPS reveals that “objective” Columbia “journalist” Wes Wolfe, formerly of the Free-Times and City Paper, is the man behind the vitriolic “Vierdsonian Democracy.” That blog is responsible for such nasty, possibly libelous rumors as the false claim that yours truly got drunk and assaulted someone and the unproven accusation that the SCGOP is engaging in “caging activities,” among many, many other things.

According to header details from an email sent by “” — the account listed on the anonymous blogger’s website — the message was forwarded to and replied from the account “” Wolfe himself admits at the 9:20 mark in the video above to using that account as his personal email.

Read the rest of Adam’s report here. It’s got video and everything.

11 thoughts on “My ‘friend’ Vierdsen unmasked (apparently)

  1. Lee Muller

    Does this really take your mind off the fact that a racist, socialist with now resume, backed by millions in illegal cash from the Muslim world, is about to steal the election and loot the US Treasury?

  2. wtf

    Lee, at what point is George W. Bush coming down off of your cross?
    Brad, just goes to show you that all things on the Internet is more public that people realize and easy to track if you have the time and zeal. Just ask the NSA.

  3. Lee Muller

    Are you hurt that you were duped by Obama, Ralph?
    Or are you angry that Obama’s socialism is out in the open now?

  4. Lee Muller

    Democrats plan to kill 401-k plans
    by Lee Muller
    Barack Obama and other radicals in the Democratic Party are calling tax-free contributions to 401-k plans a “loophole” and readying legislation to end all employer contributions and pre-tax contributions.
    “We’ve invested $80 billion into subsidizing this activity,” he said, referring to tax breaks allowed for 401(k) contributions and savings”, said Rep. George Miller, D-Calif, chairman of the House Committee on Education and Labor.
    Rep. Jim McDermott, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, recently invited Teresa Ghilarducci, a professor at the New School of Social Research, to testify before a subcommittee on her idea to eliminate the preferential tax treatment of the popular retirement plans. In place of 401(k) plans, she would have workers transfer their savings into government-created “guaranteed retirement accounts” for every worker.
    The government would deposit $600 (inflation indexed) every year into the GRAs. Each worker would also have to save 5 percent of pay into the accounts, to which the government would pay a measly 3 percent return.
    Did you get that? Workers who saved would be forced to sell out of stocks at the bottom of the market, and deposit the cash into a government savings account.
    A 3% return on $10,000 yields $22,000 in 40 years.
    A 7% return from the stock market average yields $150,000 in 40 years.
    The amount of wealth which would be destroyed on the front end would be devastating to economic growth, and leave millions of hard-working Americans dependent on government retirement plan promises.
    The majority of Obama supporters have no savings, and no retirement plans. They welcome taking money from “the rich”. This scheme has appeal to the reparations crowd as more get-back on “rich white folks”.
    There are lots of stories in the investment press, but none in the mainstream media.
    Investment News
    US News & World


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