TeeJaw Blog

The Collapse of The Liberal Media Story Line On Arizona Shooting

Posted in Culture Rot, Government and Politics by TeeJaw on Monday, January 10, 2011, 12: 41 PM

Liberals, oh sorry…progressives, and their media pals thought they had a BIG opportunity.  Oh Boy, Oh Boy, a horrific shooting that might be blamed on Sarah Palin and the Tea Party!  The liberal media was salivating.  Surely this atrocity could be exploited the way Bill Clinton, with the guiding hand of Dick Morris, successfully exploited the Oklahoma City bombing.  Joy to the Left-Wing World!

Now, within 48 hours, a total collapse of the story line.  It didn’t work.  It’s exposed for the fraud and hatred that it is.  Nobody is buying it, except Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, who has probably cinched his defeat in the next election.  It turns out part of his motivation is to cover up how his own department dropped the ball on Jared Loughner, missing an opportunity to have stopped this killer before he struck.

And then there is this:  Official: DHS has not determined any possible ties between Arizona shooter and any right wing group.

So the tables are  now turned.  Michelle Malkin is ready to play tu quo que . “They asked for it. They got it.”

Here is a list of the hateful left-wing rhetoric against conservatives from 2000-2010 that would have driven the liberal media right out of their minds if any conservative person or group had said anything of a similar nature about the left.

George Will:

This McCarthyism of the left – devoid of intellectual content, unsupported by data – is a mental tic, not an idea but a tactic for avoiding engagement with ideas. It expresses limitless contempt for the American people, who have reciprocated by reducing liberalism to its current characteristics of electoral weakness and bad sociology.



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