Dean Chambers, of unskewed "effeminate wizard" fame, has launched a new website titled "Barack O'Fraudo" wherein he alleges President Obama won reelection through voter fraud.
I won't be linking to it, so here's the screenshots.
I couldn't care less about the ravings of an obvious right-wing paranoiac like Chambers, however his commentary and analysis, if you can call it that, was brought to the forefront of the 2012 election cycle by Fox News, the major networks, and columnists up and down both sides of the political aisle weighing in for or against his assertions.
He was needlessly and recklessly elevated as a voice of authority, particularly by the right, and he's now using his position to allege that the Obama campaign committed mass fraud.
The question now is will Fox News and columnists at mainstream conservative garbage heaps such as the National Review offer the same level of exposure to this conspiracy theory as they did his allegations that the polls were "skewed?"
Now that the election is over and the horse race has come to a conclusion, they may not. Promoting this idea wouldn't increase their business as much as leading viewers to believe the presidential race is "razor tight" did.
But this is Fox News we're talking about. Anything is possible.