“Mayhem in Tucson I,” a brief account of America’s Left’s pre-emptive response to truth on the matter of Saturday’s murderous atrocity in Arizona, demonstrated the liberal mania’s obsession with tarring and feathering conservatives with responsibility for that horror in lieu of awaiting any evidence for or against its assumptions. Leftist maniac Paul Krugman epitomized that mania.
“Mayhem in Tucson II: When Libs Trip Out” demonstrates the extent to which Krugman’s fellow travellers, whether addled by the effects of excessive consumption of illicit drugs or simply twisted by their ideology, will go to slander and excoriate conservatives at the expense of truth.
It’s not a pretty picture, especially for anyone who still naively believes the mainstream media and public officials are in any way objective, and do keep in mind that what follows is merely a smattering of distorted leftist propaganda.
Former sportscaster and current MSNBC political commentator Keith Olbermann, who was caught and very temporarily suspended, for all of two days in November for violating MSNBC’s minimal standards of professional conduct, weighed in with his usual feigned profundity on the daytime nightmare in Tucson.
Being the professional that he still thinks he is, Olbermann pleaded with his paltry audience of ”Countdown” viewers not to seek “payback or revenge” against conservatives ”who have so irresponsibly brought us to this time of domestic terrorism” and “put the guns down.” He also called for the banishment of Sarah Palin from the Republican Party, banishment being the more PC sunbstitute for execution.
See Olbermann’s dripping-with-sincerity, moronically presumptuous and fatuous commentary, here: http://tiny.cc/c7kg1
Drippy Olbermann makes reference in that commentary to a supporter of his point of view, Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, the unofficial anti-Sheriff Joe Arpaio Arizona official.
Unlike Sheriff Joe, the self-proclaimed and duly worthy “toughest sheriff in America,” which rep has earned Arpaio the enmity of the Obama administration and illegal aliens everywhere, Sheriff Dupnik may be said to have earned the title of the “wimpiest sheriff in America.”
Mouthing lines that could have been excerpted from the Obama playbook, Dupnik the Dupe discreetly waited a day after the shootings, unlike Krugman and Olbermann, but still without any hard evidence on the motivations and inspirations of the shooter, went on television to denounce conservatives and Arizona’s alleged “bigotry.”
He was far from done with that slandering of his own state.
He went on: “When you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down the government, the anger, the hatred, the bigotry that goes on in this country is getting to be outrageous. And, unfortunately, Arizona I believe has become sort of the capital. We have become the Mecca for prejudice and bigotry.”
With sheriffs like Dupnik, who needs other enemies? Arizonans and others can witness an Arizona sheriff ripping Arizona here: http://tiny.cc/wlxa1
Finally, finally for now in this ongoing tragedy that was not confined to Tucson but which extends to the tragic misrepresentations as to why it happened, there’s an omnipresent enemy to liberals in our midst, a conservative enemy in the ever-present crosshairs of the leftist, Obama establishment, a foe that must be crushed and discredited at all costs, the Fox New Channel.
Apparently with no one else readily available to revile Fox, a Patterson, New Jersey nonentity, Democrat Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. “blamed the Fox News Channel for today’s shooting spree that left Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords critically wounded and four others slain.” Adhering closely to Democrat Party script, Pascrell bemoaned “an aura of hate and elected politicians feed it, certain people on Fox News feed it:” http://tiny.cc/s2h4d
Evidence? None. Substance? None. Politics? Loads! What matters most are wild leftist accusations and public perceptions achieved by those accusations and may the dead and wounded in Tucson be damned.