Thursday, April 30, 2009

4/28/09: Suicidal user: "We must 'wipe out' Republicans to survive!!!" (HuffPost: "Approved!!!")

Here we go again. Although this is not an instance in which HuffPost approved one or more of its raging leftists to explicitly threaten to murder/urge violence against others* (as in cases here , here, here, here and elsewhere), the implication here is abundantly clear.
(*Well, that was the case until we became aware of the items in UPDATE 1, at the conclusion of this article --- and beyond, in which we learned and documented that he has a history of making direct threats against other users.)

This is also a case study in how:
  • HuffPost's established pattern of creating misleading headlines foment this kind of rage, which apparently drove one of its long-term raging leftists, "BlueStateMan," to a complete meltdown (a short drive)

  • HuffPost chooses to enable and protect the most egregious violators of its comment moderation policy and terms of service, no matter what they do --- whereas it routinely bans non-leftist users, after as few as six comments (see report here)

  • Even a casual review of this user's suicidal* profile and comment archive would indicate that this is a deeply disturbed individual --- yet HuffPost has facilitated him for more than three years
    (*see the end of the main article, before the "Updates" begin)

As a reminder, HuffPost's
FAQ: Comments & Moderation and Comment Policy claim that the site prohibits comments that "...are abusive... include ad hominem attacks... " (more here).

And we've already established that HuffPost pre-moderates comments on its news threads --- meaning that the only comments that appear on its news threads are those that it has reviewed, approved and decided to publish.
Also, HuffPost's Terms of Service & User Agreement, Part 3, clause (iii) states that by accepting these TOS, the user agrees that he/she will not:
"...submit material that is unlawful, obscene, defamatory, libelous, threatening, pornographic, harassing, hateful, racially or ethnically offensive, or encourages conduct that would be considered a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, violate any law, or is otherwise inappropriate"

And yet, HuffPost not only approved the following implicitly-threatening rant, at the time of this writing --- 24 hours later --- it is still published (check here to see if it's still up when you read this).


On April 28, 2009, HuffPost had a splash headline on its front page, which implied that Republicans were "blocking" Obama's appointment of Gov. Sebelius to HHS (Sorry, this is one of the rare instances in which Huff-Watch was unable to obtain a screen capture).

The headline link led to this story thread:
Top 15 Health Jobs Remain Open As Untested Pandemic Response Plan Implemented

The fact is that Republicans can't block
anything; all they can do is threaten to filibuster, which is merely a delaying tactic. The Democrats have a large majority in the Senate (and an even larger one in the House), and as such, they can do and pass whatever they want.

And it was on this top thread that HuffPost allowed "BlueStateMan" to engage in what was apparently his latest* meltdown (*more below):

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The republicans
NEVER gave a goodgoddamn about human life & they never WILL.

LOOK how they were willing to sacrifice HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of lives in Iraq... just for MONEY.

LOOK how they are willing to let MILLIONS starve in THIS country & abroad.. just for MONEY.

LOOK how they were willing to TORTURE & throw away our nations HONOR... just for MONEY.

LOOK how they are willing to let to allow a disease run rampant.. just to satisfy their PETULANT desire to hobble President Obama.

These "people" ARE the disease... & we need to wipe them OUT to survive.

Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 08:03 AM on 04/28/2009

As noted earlier, the Democrats already have big majorities in both houses of Congress. The Republicans cannot do anything substantive to stop Democrats at this point. And as an obsessive HuffPost user (see below), "BlueStateMan" is well aware of this fact.

So what could he mean by the "need to wipe out" Republicans, whom he defines as "a disease"?

Viewed in isolation, and without having seen the prevalent, explicit threats that HuffPost permits his fellow radical leftists to "publish" on its site (
here , here, here, here and elsewhere), this would not seem so serious. But it's important to keep in mind that this is far from an isolated incident.

In fact, HuffPost has facilitated "BlueStateMan" under the same screen name for more than three years, to the tune of more than 22,000 comments, as is shown on his comment archive, below:

So what other thoughtful, policy-compliant contributions has HuffPost approved "BlueStateMan" to make to its online "community" in the recent past?

Take a look at the following, directly from his comment archive and threads on which he appeared. And keep in mind that HuffPost reviewed, approved and published all of the following and more, over the past 24 hours alone, on a thread dedicated to "healthcare":
You ARE nothing. You HAVE nothing. I'm THROUGH beatting the schidt out of you. You BORE me, little one. Prattle on... I've better things to do than ABUSE you further.
posted Apr 28, 2009 at 10:48:14

posted Apr 28, 2009 at 10:46:11


BlueStateMan I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan I'm a fan of this user permalink
It appears that GaianRetribution has scurried away... corkscrew tail between it's legs...
LexMosher is acting the diehard kamikase but he KNOWS that he's been BEATEN... AGAIIN..
BOTH of them... cowards...

Lemme guess... you have a little helmets that you wear when on the computer..little armbands too... ones that your mommies made for you.

You still sleep in the same beds you did when you went to grade school... wallpaper in your rooms with Cowboys & Indians on it... tattered pennants from the colleges that you HOPED you had been able to go to but never even got close... trophies for 5th place in some intramural sports event from 20 years ago (one that they give EVERY kid so as not to feel left out).. a "Certificate of Achievement" for passing the 6th grade in the lower 2% of your classes.

Milk & cookies by your sides... & a dogeared copy of "Mein Kampf" on your nightstands... nestled on the souvenir handkerchiefs that you got when your daddies took you to visit Howard Johnsons.

You earn a living by stuffing envelopes for direct-mail promoters... looking forward to the BONANZA season when you get to work for Publishers Clearinghouse.

Your favorite food is mac & cheesewhiz with a side of tater-tots washed down with an entire 2 liter bottle of Mountain Dew.



Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 10:37 AM on 04/28/2009


BlueStateMan I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan I'm a fan of this user permalink
Keep trying to evade the obvious.
I asked you to PROVE it.
You CAN'T... & you're not even MAN enough to admit it.
Just like all the REST of you armchair warriors.. you're NOTHING but a PETRIFIED, snotnosed, little COEARD.
Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 10:20 AM on 04/28/2009


P.S. Nobody gives a goodgodamn what you think, throwback.
posted Apr 28, 2009 at 09:01:12

You never cease to reinforce your stupidity, Ayn.
posted Apr 28, 2009 at 08:59:20


About now you might be asking yourself, "What kind of an individual says such things?"

Well, had HuffPost ever ventured to take a quick peek at his user profile, it might have detected that perhaps it has a little problem on its hands...
Bio: "I wish I could just commit suicide already so I can get on with my life."

But far more important questions are:

  • What kind of website would knowingly "publish" the rantings of such an individual, for more than three years?

  • And... why? Is it really all just to increase its page-views (which is what HuffPost's ad revenue is based on?)


Evidence of just how long HuffPost has been enabling "BlueStateMan's insane rantings, attacks and even threats against other users

We have now obtained more information that confirms the fact that HuffPost has been reviewing, approving and publishing "BlueStateMan's" insane rantings, and enabling him to routinely violate the site's (supposed) comment policies and terms of service for more than a year. Full documentation of all the following is available upon request.

From the March 27, 2009 thread: "Investors Cash In Some Gains From Big Rally"

While other submitted comments were "pending" (awaiting HuffPost to review, approve and publish --- or reject them), HuffPost approved BlueStateMan to accuse a user whose opinion he disagreed with of being (1) a member of the Ku Klux Klan, and (2) a homosexual --- then linking to a KKK site:
DanBlather I'm a Fan of DanBlather I'm a fan of this user permalink
In one breath, His Highness laments the horrible deficits he has "inherited," and in the next breath he tells us that our salvation lies in creating deficits that will dwarf the one he has supposedly inherited.
He is banking on the idiocy of the 52% of the electorate that voted for him , a very safe bet from what I can see !!
Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 08:37 PM on 03/27/2009

(reply to above --- see link below)
BlueStateMan I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan I'm a fan of this user permalink
It's MORE than apparent that you are BREATHTAKINGLY underqualified to render any judgments on ANYTHING (other than how "pretty" some other guys mouth is).
Why don't you go somewhere where your "talents" might be better appreciated?
Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 08:43 PM on 03/27/2009
And where does that link that BlueStateMan provided lead? Below.

From the March 23, 2009 thread: "The Week Ahead: Toxic Assets Plan, Earnings, AIG And Credit Card Abuse Hearings"

Imagine you heard about HuffPost, and decided to go check out this top news thread splash, at say, 11:00pm PST.

The first thing you would have seen this evening is that while 25 other comments were "pending" its approval,
HuffPost reviewed, approved and decided to publish BlueStateMan's repeated threats against another user who had apparently created a similar screen name to his (a "nametroll," who used a capital "i" instead of a lowercase "L" in "BlueStateMan") --- the first three in three minutes:
BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan permalink
You've made the mistake of a lifetime.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:07 AM on 03/23/2009

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan permalink
You've made the mistake of a lifetime, nametr0ll.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:08 AM on 03/23/2009

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan permalink
You've made the mistake of a lifetime, nametr0ll.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:09 AM on 03/23/2009

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan permalink
You're on your way out... & I won't stop at just that.
You have NO idea who you're playing with.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:14 AM on 03/23/2009

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I never took anyone's name over, coward.
You will be made to pay.
COUNT on it.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:17 AM on 03/23/2009

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan permalink
You're frightened, aren't you?
Good.... you should be.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:20 AM on 03/23/2009

(victim) BIueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BIueStateMan permalink
If you are threatening my life, maybe we should call the authorities.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:25 AM on 03/23/2009

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan permalink
Be my guest.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:27 AM on 03/23/2009

(victim) BIueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BIueStateMan permalink
Just did. Got the screen shots. Thanks.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 02:33 AM on 03/23/2009

Going all the way back to the June 17, 2008 thread: "Gore Endorses Obama"

Imagine you heard about HuffPost, and decided to go check out this top news thread, say, around 12:30am PST.

The first thing you would have seen is that while other comments were "pending" its approval,
HuffPost reviewed, approved and decided to publish BlueStateMan to repeatedly threaten another user whom he claimed had emailed a friend of his (the threat evolves over the following two pages; more available).

Note also that "BlueStateMan" acknowledged that HuffPost was "scrubbing" his comments (removing them after they appeared) --- further validating that as HuffPost announced barely 90 days earlier, it had begun pre-moderating all user comments on its news threads:

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan
If you EVER email peacekitten with your threats, I'll make sure you wish you were NEVER born you sniveling little have NO idea who you're dealing I know that this post will disappear soon.
I ALSO know that you'l read it.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 3:30 AM on 06/17/2008

BlueStateMan See Profile I'm a Fan of BlueStateMan
Real brave on these threads, aren't you?
I'll say it again.. just in case your tiny brain failed to absorb it......
If you EVER email peacekitten again... if you EVER THREATEN her again, I'll will make it my life's work to make you wish your poor parents never brought you into this world.
SCRUB away.... you've been warned.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 3:42 AM on 06/17/2008

You get the idea.

Yet it is worth remembering that as noted earlier in this article, at the time HuffPost finally "banned" BlueStateMan, it had allowed him to rack up nearly 23,000
comments, including the above.

A massive amount of documentation chronicling BlueStateMan's illustrious contributions to HuffPost's online "community" now in our possession validates that the above are not isolated incidents. To the contrary, we estimate that about 60% of his comments are non-borderline violations of HuffPost's "policies," yet by the time he was banned, he'd racked up three and a half years of them, uninterrupted.

It is also worthwhile to note that every one of the above examples occurred months after March 2008, when HuffPost publicly declared that (contrary to its other statements), from then on, it was pre-moderating all user comments on its news threads --- meaning that only those comments that it reviewed and approved would be published on the site.


UDPATE 2: A few days after "banning" him, HuffPost allowed "BlueStateMan" to resume his obsessive posting under an almost-identical screen name

If all the above hasn't quite turned your stomach --- given that HuffPost is the #1 political blogsite, and is supported by some of the world's biggest advertisers, and counts top members of Congress among its official bloggers (here, here) --- this just might:

Within one week of "banning" BlueStateMan, on or about May 1, 2009, HuffPost allowed him to register a new account with a new screen name, "BlueStateMensch" (sneaky!!!). His comment archive is here.

And in a brilliant, "Mission: Impossible"-level strategy to further conceal his real identity from HuffPost's crack team of 18 round-the-clock moderators, as he posts around-the-clock on its top news threads, he even uses the exact same picture that he used under his former screen name:

A sample post from "BlueStateMan," March 27, 2009:

A sample post from "BlueStateMensch," June 10, 2009:

Wow!!! Impressive effort at concealing his true identity, eh?

Apparently it must have worked. HuffPost's crack team of moderators has somehow been unable to detect that any of the
4,300+ comments* submitted by "BlueStateMensch" that it reviewed, approved and published all over its top news threads, in the 35 days that he's been using this totally dissimilar screen name, sounded anything like his former identity.
(*Average 10 comments per hour, or 1 every six minutes, for 12+ hours, every day. Sneaky!!! This guy must be a genius!!! Which leads us to...)

But if you want something to really ponder, after you close out this article return to your life... consider this --- HuffPost's official advertising pitch, which you see when you click on the "Advertise" link at the bottom of every page:

"Reach over 20 Million thought-leaders!"

"The Huffington Post attracts a large, affluent, educated audience of opinion leaders."

We shudder to think of how HuffPost defines "thought-leaders," "educated," and "opinion leaders," but we'll save that for another day.

For now, we're curious to know how it defines: "The core responsibilities of a website."
Does it believe that such responsibilities extend to ensuring that psychotic, suicidal cyber-threateners are not allowed to spam every top news thread with insane rantings, policy-violating "comments" galore, and threats against other users?

As an alternate, we wonder how how HuffPost would answer the following question:

"What kind of website allows all the above to occur, while it routinely removes the comments from and/or fast-bans non-violating users, often at the behest of the most pathological violators of its comment policy, terms of service, and possibly even the law?"


July 6-8, 2009: HuffPost still won't ban "BlueStateMensch," even though he openly attacks them with hate and vulgarity...
--- but it continues to ban non-violating users

Apparently HuffPost still hasn't had quite enough of "BlueStateMensch" (or it just doesn't want to cut loose a generator of so many page-views), because even in the face of the following assaults, it still will not ban him.

In the following screen captures from July 6, 2009, it reviewed, approved and published his open attacks HuffPost's moderators (whom he refers to as "mods," "scrubbers" and "threadnazis"). Note that in the first frame (below), "KQuark," the reincarnation of a banned raging leftist ("HEIL HITLER!!!", "Hey, let's commit murder!!!"), warns him that if he keeps this up, HuffPost will re-ban him --- to which "BlueStateMensch" claims this is an acceptable trade-off:

The above is merely the continuation of a multi-day assault on HuffPost's moderators that it has allowed "BlueStateMensch" to engage in, no matter what the topic of the "news" thread upon which he posts such diatribes.

Which leads to a reasonable question: Who is sicker: A radical, psychotic, suicidal leftist who is miserable at a website, yet who will not leave it --- or the management of the website that refuses to ban him?

We can leave that question alone for now, because once again, while HuffPost was enabling and protecting "BlueStateMensch," it also banned another non-violating user who dared to express opinions that ran afoul of his (and his fellow raging leftists') ravings:

The following is a PDF excerpt from a relatively new (414 comments) user, "FeignedIndifference." See if you can detect anything that would fall outside of HuffPost's (supposed) Comment Policy or Terms of Service that would merit his/her banning (especially given what it tolerates from "BlueStateMensch"):

Yet now, look at what happened to "FeignedIndifference" shortly after he/she posted the above comments, sometime on July 7-8:

On a side-note, isn't it inspiring to see that the (partially U.S. taxpayer-owned) General Motors is paying to advertise to support this madness?

Yet as of July 8, 2009 HuffPost has reviewed, approved and published only 7,963 comments by "BlueStateMensch" since May 5, 2009:

That means that over the course of 60 days, HuffPost has enabled BSM to post an average of 133 comments per day. Assuming he spends an average of 12 hours per day on the site, this means it has enabled him to post an average of 15 comments per hour, every day, for 60 days straight, all over its top news threads, which is where its 24-7 team of crack moderators is paying the most attention.

Nope, no problem there, HuffPost...


July 26, 2009: HuffPost banned "BlueStateMensch," but let him come back as "AnotherFineMess" --- and allows him to attack other users, and even HuffPost itself...
--- but it continues to ban non-violating users

This is reaaaallllyyyy sneaky. After reviewing all the above, imagine you are one of HuffPost's crack moderators, whose job it is to keep its top news threads "clean" of comments that violate the site's (supposed) Comment Policy and Terms of Service.

Knowing "BlueStateMan's" history on the site, and his distinctive Oliver Hardy avatar, do you think you'd be able to discern that maybe, just perhaps, that "AnotherFineMess" might be the same character? HuffPost has allowed him to post nearly 1,200 comments in the last 60 days (in addition to the 7,693 as "BlueStateMensch")? Below are pages 1 and 147 of this user's profile:

Well, you say, "That doesn't prove anything --- it could be another user, not this long-term, fire-breathing psychopath and pathological violator of HuffPost's policies."

But wait... take a look at the following screen captures, during July 2009... look familiar? They all took place on HuffPost's top news threads, where the vast majority of its users' and moderators' attention is focused at any given time. And we know for a fact that "AnotherFineMess" was repeatedly "flagged" by multiple users for "comments" such as these --- yet as of July 26, 2009, HuffPost still allows him to post at will:

And below is more evidence of HuffPost continually allowing this psychopath to run rampant on its top news threads, attacking the site's management for daring to censor any of his fellow maniacs:

And yet, at the same time that HuffPost allows "AnotherFineMess" to do this, it continues to censor and fast-ban non-violating users who dare to voice opinions with which he and his friends disagree. See:

HuffPost's protection of the most egregious violators of its "policies" --- and its banning of non-violators, on a minute-to-minute basis

Ms. Huffington's excuse that the hate speech on HuffPost must come from anonymous "trolls" (1, 2, 3) is proven wrong, again --- by the site's own actions (and inactions).


October 2009: He's baacccckkkk... this time, as "Agent86," and enjoying the same protection from HuffPost ---
as it continues to rapidly ban non-violating users

Apparently, "BlueStateMan" had another "sock," created in November 2007, "Agent86," that HuffPost allowed him to pull out so he could resume his pathological, obsessive behavior, and violations of its (supposed) policies, after it once again banned him sometime after July 2009.

The screen capture below, taken on August 27, 2009, shows that he had 1,299 comments in his archive at that time (and to which HuffPost has permitted him to add nearly 5,000 more comments in less than 60 days):

His trademark posts, attacking other users and even HuffPost itself, are all evident in this small sampling, below.

September 18, 2009: Republicans "are racists... are worse than a THOUSAND al Qaedas..."

Here are excerpts from his comment archive of October 12, showing the exact same type of relentless attacks that HuffPost has permitted him to employ against other users who dared to disagree with him, since October 2005:

On October 12, "Agent86" openly admitted that he is, in fact, "BlueStateMan" (spelling errors notwithstanding), during his interaction with what he suspected was another "banned" user, "Carl," who was using a new screen name:

Then, on October 21, HuffPost permitted him to post yet another oblique threat against Republicans, both individually and collectively, who dared to post dissenting opinions --- a continuation of the pattern that it has permitted to go on since October 2005:

Agent86 I'm a Fan of Agent86 I'm a fan of this user 467 fans permalink photo





Let's ALL celebrate the right wings COMPULSION for self-destruction.

With every utterance...

With every action...

With every move they make.. they are sealing themselves into their OWN TOMBS.

SING IT, you titans of Wall Street!

SPEAK UP, ditttoheads!

Say it LOUD, republicans!!


Show this country JUST WHERE your "values" lie.... Y

ou think you are winning POINTS with this crap???

PLEASE... Keep up the good work, M0R0NS....

DECENT people everywhere are RETCHING at the site of you...

..& soon they will be coming AFTER you..

Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 07:43 PM on 10/21/2009

In fact, as shown below, HuffPost allowed him to post nearly 4,000 comments in barely 30 days, between September 18 (when he was at 2,135 posts) and October 21, 2009 (when he was at 6,036 posts).

Yet at the same time, HuffPost was routinely banning non-violating users who dared to speak up against "BlueStateMan" ("Agent86") and his obsessive attacks and behavior --- while allowing him to continue his pathological, egregious violations of its (supposed) policies.


October 24, 2009: "Agent86" openly threatens another user --- again (HuffPost: "Approved!!!")

Apparently, "BlueState
Man" (as "Agent86") felt so protected that he believed HuffPost would (again) permit him to openly, repeatedly threaten another user, who dared to challenge the political statements of one of his "friends."

This particular threat has a lineage. "Agent86" repeatedly refers to the victim as "Neo," the user whom one of his "friends"*
has also repeatedly threatened (*another psychopath that HuffPost has protected for years, "kevenseven," who was interviewed by the U.S. Secret Service in his home for his threats on HuffPost; profiled here). Also, as documented in "Update 1," above, "Agent86's" threat somehow relates to his supposed defense of "peacekitten."

Agent86 I'm a Fan of Agent86 475 fans permalink
Get ready for a VISIT, neo.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:29 AM on 10/24/2009

Agent86 I'm a Fan of Agent86 I'm a fan of this user 475 fans permalink
You mentioned peacekittens real name.. you're about to be VISITED, neo.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:30 AM on 10/24/2009

Clotaire.Gavriel I'm a Fan of Clotaire.Gavriel 4 fans permalink
Not Neo, genius.And what's that supposed to mean? Is that some kind of thre-at?
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:31 AM on 10/24/2009

Agent86 I'm a Fan of Agent86 475 fans permalink
A promise.
Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:33 AM on 10/24/2009

UPDATE 6(a): On October 24, 2009, "Agent86" was (again) banned by HuffPost (along with the victim of his threats)

Apparently someone at HuffPost took "BlueStateMan's"/"Agent86's" threats seriously enough to "ban" him --- again:

And as predicted, on October 25, HuffPost also banned the victim of his threats:

UPDATE 6(b): On October 26, 2009, "Agent86" was (again) FULLY REINSTATED by HuffPost (but not not the victim of his threats):

As shown below, apparently HuffPost felt that a 48 hour "time-out" was all that was necessary to bring "Agent86" back into the (supposedly) civil Internet-society that it claims to value and maintain...

... yet for the victim of "Agent86's" threats... not so much; the user remains banned:

Note: Multiple windows were employed in the above screen capture because as noted in the upper left of the HuffPost screen, it's stopped putting a date-stamp on these screens. The CNN screen behind it will validate that this all occurred on October 26, 2009.

UPDATE 6(c): Also on October 26, 2009, we received a tip that "BlueStateMan" is blogging about his experiences on HuffPost at another site (that his "friends" have been hawking at HuffPost), "PlanetPOV."

He claims to be the victim of unfair treatment at HuffPost, and denounces its staff and management in pretty vicious terms. See for yourself:


"My “Agent86″ moniker just got summarily bounced from HP…. this time I REALLY have no idea why."

But apparently that wasn't quite enough for "BlueStateMan" to vent his rage... here is the second of his two posts (don't miss clicking to enlarge the second screen, for further indication of how unhinged this individual apparently is):


And yet, as predicted, the victim of "BlueStateMan's"/"Agent86's" threats remains banned.

UPDATE 6(d): On November 5, 2009, HuffPost once again banned "Agent86."

Did HuffPost do this because he not only engaged in the exact same, pathological behavior as before? Or was it because he apparently felt so emboldened and protected that he was warning other users that they are going to get banned, if they challenge his deranged rants? Who knows. Regardless, at some point during this day, HuffPost once again banned him:

As an aside, isn't it comforting to know that Hyundai, a car company that has worked so hard to rebuild its image in the last ten years, is now a top-line advertiser at HuffPost?


To be updated
as HuffPost creates more opportunities to document what it has knowingly, willingly facilitated on its top news threads.


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