Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The Harping Turd Flipper Sells Her "Gotcha Moment" Website!

Harping conservative agitator sales her "gotcha moment" website.

Mediaite reports that harping turd flipper Michelle Malkin sold her social "gotcha" website to Townhall.

As an internet savvy activist who launched Twitchy about a few years ago decided to hang up her share in the company.

With that savvy comes her volatile attitude towards President Barack Obama and his family.

Malkin has made no bones about her disgust of the Obama family and she was given plenty of air time on Fox News to inject her venom upon the masses.

Malkin, born to Filipino immigrants denies her heritage and consider her minority standings as irrelevant.

Malkin has a cult-like status among the internet. Her followers will do anything for her. If she post the information of anyone whom she get into a heated debate with, you will expect death threats.

The turd flipper's decision to sale the site to the same company that bought mega-successful Hot Air could be beneficial. Salem Communications wisely kept Ed Morrissey and friends on after that deal, and the Twitchy team is being left in place as well.

Jonathan Garthwaite, general manager and editor-in-chief of, confirmed the news to viral news blog BuzzFeed Tuesday, saying he was “excited” to be folding Twitchy into existing Salem news properties.

“Media Matters types would like to paint conservatives as boring, old white guys,” Garthwaite said. “Twitchy adds more fun and humor to our platform, which will appeal to totally different generation and break that stereotype.”
Rightie website goes for sale.
Launched in March 2012, Twitchy was the brainchild of conservative author and pundit Michelle Malkin, who until now served as owner and chief executive officer. The site is unique in the conservative media landscape for its native social aim, acting as a “Twitter curator” and timelining social media wars between pundits, politicians and celebrities.

…Garthwaite says Malkin will relinquish the title of CEO, but will still be active in promoting the Twitchy brand. He said the nine Twitchy staff writers, disparately located around the country, will not be asked to relocate to the Townhall news offices in Arlington, Va.

Garthwaite would not disclose terms of the deal.


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