Naomi Wolf, who chose a glamour shot for the jacket of the book she authored on how images of beauty are used against women, is terrified.
The former image consultant has learned what Dale Gribble, er, Rusty Shackelford already knew: “Computers don’t make errors. What they do, they do on purpose.” Especially when programmed by Republicans:
Almost everyone I work with on projects related to this campaign for liberty has been experiencing computer harassment: emails are stripped, messages disappear. That’s not all: people’s bank accounts are being tampered with: wire transfers to banks vanish in midair. I personally keep opening bank accounts that are quickly corrupted by fraud. Money vanishes. Coworkers of mine have to keep opening new email accounts as old ones become infected. And most disturbingly to me personally is the mail tampering I have both heard of and experienced firsthand. My tax returns vanished from my mailbox. All my larger envelopes arrive ripped straight open apparently by hand. When I show the postman, he says “That’s impossible.” Horrifyingly to me is the impact on my family. My childrens’ report cards are returned again and again though perfectly addressed; their invitations are turned back; and my daughters many letters from camp? Vanished. All of them. Not one arrived. Try explaining that to a smart thirteen year old. Try explaining it in a way that still makes her feel secure and comfortable.
Let’s hope the agent charged with stealing Naomi Wolf’s mail isn’t under any illusions about their place within the conspiracy, aka “The Grid.” For comparison’s sake, think the lone paparazzo assigned to shadow Joyce DeWitt.
I’ll end with Rusty’s cautionary maxim: “Guns don’t kill people. The government does.”