Well, everybody has one.
Angry callers and emailers are harassing Koch Brothers, a family-run office supply company that has sixty-five employees in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dutch Koch, president of the Des Moines company, wants everyone to know that he's not one of those Koch brothers, and he's not politically active.
But I'll bet that Dutch Koch, president of Koch Brothers office supply, has political opinions. And I'll bet that those opinions, and those of his employees who are on the receiving end of the telephone calls and emails, and the death threat which the FBI traced to a sadly unnamed hammerhead in California, have been changed by all the attention from barking moonbats who typed two words into Google and found …
Oh well, I'd better send them my informed and insightful manifesto about their plot to weaponize the asteroid belt anyway."
If I ran things, as the just and benevolent President for Life of the American Empire, I would occasionally gin up false controversies as tests of my citizenry: Tests such as inventing shadowy billionaires out of whole cloth, and attributing fantastic powers of Evil to them. The purpose of these controversies would be to find citizens who had somehow passed my rigorous examinations of intelligence and character for citizenship, despite having little intelligence and no character. These people would have their citizenship rights stripped away, and their teachers would be exiled to a small atomic atoll in the Pacific.