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Christine O'Donnell Greets Crickets, Five People at Book Signing, Earns Fox News Interview

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Apparently a crowd of five lining up to get an autograph is enough for a Tea Party "witch" to make an appearance on Fox News' O'Reilly Factor.

Late last week, Christine O'Donnell -- famous for losing a U.S. Senate race in Delaware -- dropped by the Coral Ridge Yacht Club in Fort Lauderdale to have lunch with Broward Republicans before going on Fox News to describe her book, which Bill O'Reilly may or may not have actually read.

"You may remember that she lost her bid for a Senate seat in Delaware and got hammered by the liberal media in the process," O'Reilly said. "Now she has written a new book called Troublemaker: Let's Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again."

Of course, that damned liberal media counted the number of people who showed up to her previous book-tour appearance in Naples the day before -- and that counting was done on one hand.

Five people reportedly showed up to the Naples Barnes & Noble, in which "members of the media outnumbered customers."

One of those people included a man named Tom Bruzzesi, who says he's running for president.

Here's the website for that one, which includes his plan for his first actions as "president":

Immediately after my Inauguration as the 45th President of the United States of America, I will board a troop transport plane to Afghanistan heading to the front lines, rifle in hand, of the war along the boarders to assess the war, troop moral, rules of engagement, troop deployment, etc.. I will meet with President Hamid Karzai to discuss the war and or future involvement moving forward. I will spend approximately 4 to 7 days for a full assessment and make a decision whether to withdraw our forces or determine a new battle plan strategy for the war. I will also visit and assess the the current Pakistan border to determine enemy infiltration. I will then visit Iraq for a meeting with the Iraqi Government to assess the current situation and US military involvement. On my return I will then board a military transport with injured troops and deceased troops returning to the United States.

Another nonpresidential attendee of the signing was reported to be a man who asked O'Donnell to sign a book on demonology instead of her book, which she declined.

Good enough for Bill O'Reilly.

While discussing a point in the book on the show, O'Reilly noted, "I had to read it quickly, so maybe I didn't get the message properly," hinting that he didn't exactly know what was on the pages inside O'Donnell's book.

Later in the interview, O'Donnell noted that people didn't think she wasn't smart enough or rich enough but said, "That's what this whole Tea Party movement is beautifully about."

Here's the video of five-time book signer Christine O'Donnell on the O'Reilly Factor:


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