Thursday, March 25, 2010

ex- White House Communications director, Anita Dunn spoke of her hero, Chairman Mao. No outrage. Only admiration.


It appears this morning that the government media has been directed by the Obama Politburo to begin the criminalization of dissent. The talking point is that opposition to their agenda is criminally violent. If the entire opposition is being painted as bomb-throwing nuts, what would be the next logical step? Those people need locked up.

Now the minuscule number of people actually committing violence absolutely need locked up.
There is no place for that and, as opposed to the left, the right routinely condemns that kind of behavior and is self-policing. But that's not what is being reported.

First we had the widely reported racial and anti-gay slurs supposedly used towards members of congress. There is not a shred of evidence of that (from Gateway Pundit):

The media claimed that members of the Congressional Black Caucus were called n*ggers and spat on by tea party protesters as they walked from the Longworth office building to the Rayburn office building. At least one report said that it was “a chorus” of racist hatred. Reporters from ABC, CBS, CNN, FOX News, (including Bill O’Reilly), MSNBC, etc. reported on this horrible story...

In fact, a video was later released that proved that there was no “chorus” of racist hatred and no one screamed the n-word. It was all a lie. Now here is more proof.
There were several cameras filming the democratic representatives as they walked to the Rayburn Office Building. And, the representatives had at least two cameras filming the entire event....(and there are) Two new videos of the incident show no racial slurs.

Other news that wasn't news:

On Monday Rep. Maxine Waters called the protesters “teabaggers.” It wasn’t the first time. Jesse Jackson Sr. actually taunted tea party protesters and grabbed at their signs on Sunday night in Washington DC. And, on Monday, hateful Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) said that Republicans and tea party protesters drive teens to suicide.

Now they are going on about tea party protesters out to kill people. Sister Toldjah reports:

Law enforcement authorities are investigating the discovery of a cut propane gas line at the Virginia home of Rep. Thomas Perriello’s (D-Va.) brother, whose address was targeted by tea party activists angry at the congressman’s vote for the health care bill...

The Weekly Standard’s John McCormack, no stranger to left wing violence himself, makes an excellent point here:

Yes, threats are despicable and should be denounced by all. But wouldn’t it have been nice if CBS had informed readers that the “onslaught of threatening messages” (Stupak) received last week were from those who supported the health care bill? Isn’t it odd that CBS didn’t cover this story last week?

Indeed. None of this was reported either (via Newsbusters):

Before letting the media continue to perpetuate a stereotype that may not actually exist at all, let me give you the facts that U.S. journalists refuse to cite. Let me show you where real violence comes from, and I don't even need to mention the millions of babies killed every year by progressives or even the tens of millions of people murdered by their communist heroes.

The lesson here? Murder and violence are perfectly justifiable if it helps the Glorious Revolution.

After all, what happened to Bill Ayers, after his Weather Underground called for the murder of 25 million Americans when they came to power and after he bombed the pentagon? He became a professor of eduction, so that your children can be more effectively indoctrinated.

To the left, mass murder has always meant nothing. To them, if you want to make a Communist omelet you have to break a few eggs....or slaughter a few million.

Because they just want to give peace a chance and they care for you.

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