Caught: The Person Sending Voters Mysterious Anti-Obama Text Messages
“Obama believes killing children is a right until the umbilical cord is cut.” “VP Biden mocks a fallen Navy Seal during memorial.” “Obama denies protection to babies who survive abortions.” “Stop Obama from forcing gay marriage on the states.”
Many of the recipients of the mysterious spam messages were furious, and immediately began searching for the person(s) responsible. It didn’t take long to trace the nasty text messages to their source.
The spate of unsolicited anti-Obama text messages that have hit hundreds of cellphones in recent days appears to be the work of conservative activist Jason Flanary and his Virginia-based communications firm, ccAdvertising.
Every domain listed in previous stories about the controversy now displays Flanary as the registrant and lists a Centreville, Va., address and phone number, as well as an indication that the domain had been “suspended for spam and abuse.” Domain registrar GoDaddy.com unmasks registrants when they violate terms of service.
Flanary actually has a reputation for spamming voters with smarmy text messages in the week prior to the election. Now that he’s been found out, hopefully, Flanary can crawl back under whatever rock he crept out of.
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