Robin Smith Loves the Thugs, Apparently

I swear, who needs soap operas when you have the GOP?  You’ll remember, when last we visited, Robin Smith had decided not to endorse Chip “I love parodies about Negros” Saltsman for chair of the national party and had instead thrown her weight behind Katon “I got into politics because the government made me go to school with black kids and I hated it” Dawson.

Now, he was already a more interesting character because he had a narrative–the librul government butted into his life, forced him to go to school with black kids, and one of them beat him up.  Oh, the tragedy!  Oh the humanity!  I mean, he was running around telling college kids this tale of woe, about the evils of the government stepping in and causing folks to get beat up, like that really meant something.

So, really, I have to ask you, is it any ANY surprise to learn that Dawsom seems to have, in his government-role, stepped in and caused someone to get beat up and run out of state?

Via Pam’s Blend, we learn of the rumors of said incident:

After divulging the nature of the incriminating material, the blackmailer is said to have requested $200,000 dollars to furnish all copies of the material in their possession to Dawson.

According to our sources, after viewing a sample of the material and receiving the extortion demand, Dawson reportedly told the blackmailer to give him twenty-four hours to come up with the money.

The next day, the blackmailer is said to have returned to Dawson’s home, only they didn’t receive the money – but were instead taken away and given a savage beating by three SLED [S.C. State Law Enforcement Division] agents.

Well, well, well.  One wonders if it gives any Republicans pause to learn that Dawson thinks he’s above the law–that he doesn’t have to report an extortion attempt, that he can direct law enforcement agents to unlawfully administer beatings to people.

But who knows?  Maybe the national GOP has a whole lot of people who know a whole lot of their secrets and maybe it’s a plus for the Chair to be willing to abuse his power in order to keep that stuff from coming out?

9 thoughts on “Robin Smith Loves the Thugs, Apparently

  1. A blogger (Pams Blends) reports rumors and allegations reported on another blog (Fits News) and you treat the info as fact?

  2. Move over, Matt Drudge. Aunt B is coming to town, with a crocheted Kool-Aid fedora and a jar of voodoo nail clippings that shake and light up when a story’s developing.

    Relax, anon. Everyone but you takes this for what it is — a piece of hearsay that leads a reasonable person to ask more questions. Politicians are public figures. The citizens they serve have a right to ask them questions when reports like this surface. If candidates for the head of the GOP feel uncomfortable addressing allegations and correcting inaccuracies, they’re in the wrong line of work.

  3. Sadly, I have no idea how to go about making a crocheted fedora. Beret? Sure, but how often do you need to be a mime or a Frenchman? Hat with bear ears? Again, sure.

    But fedora? I only wish I was that cool.

  4. If the history gig doesn’t work out, I’m totally going to retrain as a reference librarian so I can be undercompensated for my mad research skillz in two different fields.

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