Liberal Harvard prof Lawrence Lessig has teamed up with liberal Cambridge based musician Amanda Palmer.

They’re trying to raise big money to get big money out of politics.

Palmer came under fire last year for penning a poem to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Eric Owens of the Daily Caller has the story.

Harvard Professor Unites With Terrorist-Sympathizing Singer To Crush Free Speech

Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig is pulling out all the stops in his quest to fund an anti-super PAC super PAC in the hopes of drastically restricting everyone else from using money to affect politics and preventing Super PACs – except his own – from influencing elections.

Lessig’s latest stunt promoting the Mayday Super PAC involves an online appearance with Amanda Palmer, an obscure, ukelele-playing singer who is half of a duo called The Dresden Dolls, a self-styled dark cabaret band. (She sometimes calls herself “Amanda Fucking Palmer.”)

Last year, Palmer penned a poem called “A Poem For Dzhokhar.” The tender ode paints a sensitive picture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Muslim extremist who is on trial for killing three people (including an eight-year-old boy) and injuring about 260 more with pressure cooker bombs during the 2013 Boston Marathon.

The all-lowercase verse begins thusly: “you don’t know how it felt to be in the womb but it must have been at least a little warmer than this.”

Another line is: “you don’t know how orgasmic the act of taking in a lungful of oxygen is until they hold your head under the water.”

Still other lines are “you don’t know how to believe anyone anymore” and “you don’t know how you walked into this trap so obliviously.”