Leftover Libels of Sebastian Gorka Served Up at Rolling Stone
As Joel Pollak reports in Breitbart this morning, Rolling Stone magazine has refried and repackaged the whole range of lies--comprehensively refuted--against White House adviser Sebastian Gorka. The left-wing media keeps setting a new bar for chutzpah. Central to the Stone story is an attempt to tar Dr. Gorka with guilt by association with right-wing political parties in Hungary, where he was active between 2000 and 2008. "Gorka served as adviser to [Hungary's prime minister Viktor] Orbán," the article states, "who's been called a 'neo-fascist dictator' by Sen. John McCain."
It is clear that in Hungary, after last year’s violence, [by the former Communist government] a tangible need for organized self defense emerged. After the assault at the Hungarian National Television HQ, which I witnessed personally, -- and it was interesting because the people there were not mostly 40-year-olds who had lived through the Fall of Communism, but mostly young people who felt society was in trouble -- there was a growing need felt by many Hungarians for a defense of the nation’s soul, and I see Jobbik as having decided to politically exploit this, to politically profit from this societal call for protection. And the most important thing of all, and I stress, the most important thing of all is that this isn’t anything to do with the UDK [Gorka's party], but with Jobbik and that FIDESZ is really behind them and supporting it from the sidelines.