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Libertarian Glenn Greenwald has a long history of attacking Democrats and Progressives.

Now that Elizabeth Warren is gaining support as a Democratic Candidate for 2016 he has decided to begin taking aim at her.

https://twitter.com/...

Shortly after her speech at Netroots Nation a man named Joe Schoffstall tried to catch the Senator in a "gotcha" moment by asking her about the Israel / Gaza issue while she walked to her next engagement.

Warren declined to answer. A perfectly acceptable decision considering the situation.

Being the opportunist that he is Greenwald attempted to exploit this interaction and take a swipe at Senator Warren.

This is a blatant hit piece by Stephen Gutowski of the Capitol City Project.A man who's bio brags about being cited by The Drudge Report, Fox News,The Blaze etc

http://capitolcityproject.com/...

Here are some other headlines from the site.

"Hillary Clinton Speaks About Defense of Child Rapist [WFB]" - by  Joe Schoffstall

"Felon, Former Black Panther Party Leader Hosts Fundraiser for Democratic Senate Candidate Michelle Nunn [NRO]" - by  Joe Schoffstall

Just a taste of the right wing bullshit that's on the site.

Greenwald gleefully linked to this trash on twitter. Tossing up red meat for his hateful twitter followers to chow down on. Many of them calling her "gross".

It's become clear that as the 2016 Democratic Primaries get closer, Greenwald will begin to ramp up his attacks / attempted smears on the progressive candidate. (While not laying a finger on Rand Paul)

This is only the beginning. Soon we'll start hearing him crowing about "Warrenbots" or some other nasty nickname that people will come up with.

When is the left gonna wake up to what this guy is all about?

He is not on our side. He is not our ally.

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