Now, what I find interesting is his email address.
Anecdotally, I find nearly all instances of provacaturing online be preformed by people that have an “x” in their usernames.
Call me a crazy conspiracy theorist, but I find this is the case far too many times to be coincidence. All one needs to do is go to YouTube and look at the users that most promote the statist agenda. The frequency of those people having an “x” in their name is too high for it to be random coincidence.
I know it sounds crazy, but there is something larger at work here. I think these people are paid agents in some form or another. Something is afoot. I can smell it.
The letter “x” is a fairly uncommon character in the English language. There’s not many words that invoke its use. For it to appear so many times, specifically in the usernames of people agitating in favor of the state agenda, can not be coincidence.
Since Infowars.com reported on a website attempting to recruit miscreants to disrupt and discredit April 15 Tea Party tax protests, diligent researchers have uncovered the man behind a website promoting the disruption.
Jason Levin of Portland, Oregon, registered the domain name CrashTheTeaParty.org, although he is apparently changed the information included on a domain registry page to Ben Franklin from Philadelphia. Here is the original domain registry information:
Registrant Name:Jason Levin
Registrant Street1:xxxx SW Birch Street
Registrant Postal Code:97223
Registrant Email:[email protected]
The sleuths discovered that Mr. Levin is the owner of MCG Technology Solutions in Portland, Oregon, and is also a technology teacher in a Philadelphia school district.