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Matthew Boyle Will Turn Up The Heat At Upcoming Tea Party Conference

Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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Breitbart News reporter Matthew Boyle will give a speech at an upcoming tea party conference in Virginia.

The theme of the Northern Virginia Regional Tea Party and Annual Banquet is “Waging Winning Politics.”

Boyle, whose name was misspelled at the top of a release — “MTTHEW BOYLE” — will be leading a discussion on citizen journalism. They’ve labeled it as a “Special Activist Empowerment Action Breakout Session.”

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It’s no wonder Boyle has been hand-picked for this. He and the tea partiers have been engaged in a love affair for years. They even once gave him what Breitbart News described as “raucous cheers” at a Capitol Hill press conference when he tried to ask a question.

Sure — not the ordinary thing that happens to a news reporter.

But considering that Boyle is squarely in their camp, it makes sense why they’re so fond of him.

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In other random Boyle news, there has been talk of a grassroots campaign to win him a spot on The Hill‘s 2015 “50 Most Beautiful People” contest.

Boyle is just one of the many speakers scheduled to grace the conference.

Others include KCarl Smith, founder of the Frederick Douglass Republicans, John Whitbeck, chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, Ibn Warraq, an author who will discuss what the West faces from Islam, Martha Boneta, who will speak about farm freedom and property rights and Julian Walker, who will talk about the war on energy. The Master of Ceremonies is Ron Wilcox, organizer for the Northern Virginia Tea Party.

This unstoppable, not to be missed conference happens April 17-18 at the Executive Conference and Training Center in Sterling, Va. Guests can stay at the Holiday Inn-Dulles for a discounted block rate of $79 per night.

Costs are not too steep unless you want a “hall pass.”

An all-day pass that includes the breakout session and a buffet lunch will set you back $79. The annual banquet (which doesn’t included the breakout session) is $80.

For those who really want to splurge, an individual sponsorship hall pass is $300.

Boyle is worth $79, isn’t he?