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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fearmonger.

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Examples

  • Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), who has fearmongered the Constitutionally-mandated census next year, may be facing a little census problem of her own.

    Census and Senseless

  • On top of that Mr. Henry, the RNC themselves were called out for their attempts to send out phony census mailers that fearmongered the real the thing.

    GOP Rep. urges conservatives to complete census forms

  • Relax, indeed -- O'Reilly has even baselessly fearmongered that legal protections for LGBT people could, in fact, protect pedophiles.

    Karl Frisch: Prop. 8 Federal Lawsuit Begins, Cue Right-Wing Media Hysteria

  • Beck and his fellow Fox News personalities have repeatedly called for Obama administration officials to be fired, asked viewers to dig up information on administration officials, and fearmongered about Obama, his advisers, and his policies.

    OpEdNews - Diary: ABC's Jake Tapper Assails White House Press Secretary for Saying that "Fox News isn't news"

  • While hosting Bill Bennett's radio show this morning, RNC Chairman Michael Steele fearmongered about a government-run "health police" that would force Americans to get their ...

    Jesse Berney: Go Away, Tom Daschle

  • Rove fearmongered that 80-90 percent of violence in Iraq is due to al Qaeda.

    ROVE SPEAKS AT ASPEN / MAKES NO APOLOGIES OR SENSE

  • And this current fantasy about the unique threat that proved our oceans couldn't protect us is particularly rich considering they fearmongered a communist threat of total annihilation for decades.

    Hullabaloo

  • Ron Ramsey, who last month, speaking to a group of Republicans in opposition to the mosque, wondered aloud whether Islam was a religion or a "cult" and fearmongered about the mosque trying to bring "Sharia law" to America.

    Think Progress

  • But now, having been fearmongered into a bad case of buyers remorse and having been disappointed that the change they sought wasn't accomplished the same way they buy their burgers, at a fast drive thru, these Indies are buying whatever empty suit/good hair Teabagger is offered up ..... having themselves a grand pouty sulk.

    Drudge Retort

  • "But now, having been fearmongered into a bad case of buyers remorse ...."

    Drudge Retort

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