Yosi Sergant And The Art Of Right Wing Hysteria
It was late September 2009, and Yosi Sergant was sitting in Washington National Airport, waiting for his flight. His sister Shira was about to give birth to a baby girl, and he was flying home to Los Angeles to be there for it. He wore a turtleneck and a fedora. He looked nothing like a government employee, and in fact, he no longer was one.
He noticed that people were looking at him. And then looking up, behind him, and then back at him.
Yosi turned around, and there, on all the television screens, was Lou Dobbs, and in a box, was a photo of Yosi. Underneath the photo were the words, "Left-Wing Propagandist."