The Harmonic Convergence Of Derp
Tebow loves me, this I know.
Matthew Boyle, the investigative journalist who has been lauded for his work on President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder’s Fast and Furious scandal, has joined Breitbart News.
He is seen a rising star among center-right journalists, and Michelle Malkin cited and praised his work on Fast and Furious during her speech at the 2012 “Right Online” conference.
Boyle has also held the Obama administration and the Treasury Department to account on the auto bailouts, exposing how they favored unions over non-union pensioners in the General Motors money pit.
Boyle, whose byline was formerly at The Daily Caller, is a graduate of Flagler College in Florida and has appeared on television outlets like FOX News to discuss Fast and Furious and the Obama administration’s green energy boondoggles.
Smooth move by Matt who is leaving Tucker Carlson’s Daily Racebaiter (which is supposedly flourishing) to go to work for a floundering website that puts the fun in dysfunction. According to gullible slut shamer Betsy Rothstein, Andrew Breitbart WANTED Matt to come to work for him but Jesus went and killed Andrew because there would have been TOO MUCH PERFECTION IN THIS WORLD and then nobody would ever want to leave earth and go to heaven ever ever again.
Also, too…. Matt Boyle’s Greatest Hit:
Last month, Daily Caller reporter Matthew Boyle published a story that was basically catnip for the anti-regulation crowd. Citing a court brief from the Environmental Protection Agency, Boyle wrote that the EPA was “asking for taxpayers to shoulder the burden of up to 230,000 new bureaucrats — at a cost of $21 billion — to attempt to implement” new climate change regulations. Boyle also took to Twitter to broadcast how EPA administrator “LISA JACKSON wants an ARMY OF 230k BUREAUCRATS.”
Predictably, the story got picked up by Fox News, the office of Sen. James Inhofe, and the usual climate-change-denial suspects. Unfortunately for them, Boyle’s story was 100% false. Boyle completely misread the court brief, which detailed how the EPA had avoided the scenario he described.
Yup. He’s a real catch…