The other day we noted that WorldNetDaily’s Joseph Farah had been added as a speaker at the National Tea Party Convention next month, joining the likes of Sarah Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann and a gaggle of fringe figures like Rick Scarborough and Roy Moore.
It seems that Farah is pretty excited about it as well:
Palin-Farah… maybe that should be the GOP’s ticket in 2012.
Elsewhere in WND today, Farah announces that redoubling his Birther efforts:
I am recommitting my energies and resources to the search for verifiable truth on this matter of eligibility. I don’t care what Bill O’Reilly says about it. I don’t care what MSNBC hacks say about it. I don’t care that Republicans in Congress are too intimidated by the media and the political culture to demand proof, as the Constitution requires.
Only when this issue becomes a matter of popular concern will the truth come out.
As I said the other day: if the fact that Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, will be sharing the stage with Farah, a full-fledged conspiracy theorist/Birther, doesn’t perfectly sum up the current state of the conservative movement, I don’t know what does.