In what probably won’t shock most seasoned political junkies, it appears very possible that Jeremiah Wright’s troublemaking conference yesterday at the National Press Club was set up by a Clinton supporter:

Shortly before he rose to deliver his rambling, angry, sarcastic remarks at the National Press Club Monday, Wright sat next to, and chatted with, Barbara Reynolds.
A former editorial board member at USA Today, she runs something called Reynolds News Services and teaches ministry at the Howard University School of Divinity. (She is an ordained minister).
It also turns out that Reynolds – introduced Monday as a member of the National Press Club “who organized” the event – is an enthusiastic Hillary Clinton supporter.
On a blog linked to her Web site- Reynolds said in a February post: “My vote for Hillary in the Maryland primary was my way of saying thank you” to Clinton and her husband for the successes of Bill Clinton’s presidency.
The same post criticized Obama’s “Audacity of Hope” theme….

(Via Glenn Reynolds, who also links a report that the same “Barbara Reynolds” invited Wright to the Press Club two years ago.)
There’s more, including some devastating criticism of Pastor Wright.
Hmmm…. Maybe I should rethink what I said yesterday about Wright being on his best behavior.
While I’m in conspiracy mode, does anyone know for sure that this Jeremiah Wright is really a 100% Obama supporter, and that he always has been?
What about this?
It was widely linked, but quickly forgotten. Might there be more going on there than is commonly suspected? (Who or what is Bubba pointing at?)
If I really got into full-blown conspiracy mode, I might start wondering whether the entire Wright-Obama pageant wasn’t orchestrated in advance to make Hillary look like the most centrist Democrat in history.
And hell I might as well push my full-blown conspiracy mode into overdrive, and ask another hellish question.
Why is Glenn Reynolds going out of his way to deny that he is related to Barbara Reynolds?
MORE: The plot deepens. Glenn Reynolds has all but admitted that the photo is true, which ought to stop all speculation in the comments about authenticity. (Of the photo; not the turkey; I see there’s already been speculation over whether it’s plastic.)
This narrows my area of inquiry to what did he know, and when did he know it?
Welcome all!