Plant At Obama's Town Meeting

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Update: Official Records show she owns a house

A quick people search shows one Henrietta Hughes, 61 years old, in Fort Myers who has an address and phone number. Looks like she has a home after all. Peoplefinder also shows an available address though Hughes claims she has been homeless for more than a year. It also corroborates that she has a son (37 years old).

Everyone's abuzz over Henrietta Hughes, the supposedly homeless woman who somehow gained front row tickets to Obama's town meeting in Fort Myers, Florida.

Michelle Malkin asks "how does a 61 year-old homeless woman who’s living in a pickup truck with her son JUST HAPPEN to get a ticket so she can VERY PUBLICALLY ask Prez. Obama for a HOUSE? She’s right at the front of the crowd. Did she just happen to get a seat there?

Now, within moments of this happening, it’s trumpeted all over the news. AND, surprise, surprise, the wife of State Representative Nick Thompson, Chene Thompson JUST HAPPENS to have a spare house worth $150,000 lying around, so she GIVES it to this unemployed, homeless, living-in-a-truck woman."

If this isn't a "I love Big Brother" moment, I don't know what is!!


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