Media Matters for America today launched a campaign of disprovable lies clearly aimed at minimizing my new book, "The Manchurian President," while attempting to deter news media from featuring the crucial work.
The George Soros-funded activist organization's attacks came in response to a segment today on the Fox News Channel's "Fox and Friends" morning program.
In one screaming headline, Media Matters falsely claims "WND's Aaron Klein makes absurd claim that Bill Ayers helped 'draft' health care reform."
The article has no text, only a link to my "Fox and Friends" interview in which I make no such claim.
What I factually state in the Fox interview is that extremists tied to Ayers, founder of the Weather Underground terrorist organization, helped to craft key Obama legislation.
Indeed, as I will document below, one of the main founders of the Weathermen with Ayers sits in the board of the very organization that helped craft President Obama's "stimulus" bill.
In a second lying piece, titled Fox hosts Klein to push his conspiracy-laden, anti-Obama attack book," Media Matters hurls a slew of false accusations.
Begins Media Matters: "In the May 24 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends, WorldNetDaily's Aaron Klein pushed the baseless conspiracy theories from his book The Manchurian President. Klein claimed there were 'extremists now who are helping to craft legislation from the outside and then those inside the White House.'"