Dick Morris Sucks Pennsylvania GOP Toes For Money, Then Tells Fox All About It

Archive video of Morris' re: Sestak - April, 2010 Dick Morris has it made. He sucks GOP toes for fun and profit, then goes on Fox to shill for hi

Archive video of Morris' re: Sestak - April, 2010

Dick Morris has it made. He sucks GOP toes for fun and profit, then goes on Fox to shill for his paymasters. Media Matters reports:

According to Federal Election Commission records, in February, the Republican Federal Committee of Pennsylvania paid Fox News "political analyst" Dick Morris $10,000 for speaking at its 2010 Lincoln Day Dinner. Following the payment, Morris repeatedly appeared on Fox News to discuss Pennsylvania politics, and shill for Pennsylvania Republicans and causes.

That video at the top is Dick Morris going nuts over Joe Sestak's alleged "deal with the White House." That was a big fat hairy deal on Fox News for days until it was flogged so hard it had no air.

Between February 22 and July 19, Morris discussed Pennsylvania politics at least 13 times on Fox News. During those instances, Morris ironically criticized corruption involving the purported "bribe" of Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA) by the White House; cheered on Republican Senate candidate Pat Toomey's electoral chances; and forwarded the bogus non-scandal over the Justice Department's actions in a case involving the New Black Panther Party at a Pennsylvania polling station.

And this:

The PA GOP's payment to Morris was addressed to his "Triangulation Strategies" for the purpose of "Event - Speaker."

The Alabama Republican Party also paid Morris $15,000 (addressed directly to Dick Morris at the address of "Triangulation Strategies") on June 23 for "Summer Dinner Speaker." Morris spoke at the local party's 2010 Reagan Dinner.

$25,000 buys a lot of toe-sucking time on Fox, I guess.

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