Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Singer named Morrissey says he's had it with the PC bullshit;

guess who's crapping their pants in outrage at him?  Because, apparently, actually naming the bad guys is worse than blowing up little girls. 

Speaking of asshats,
So here was MSNBC, with Comrade Chris Matthews speaking over a live video feed from the blood-spattered Ariana Grande concert, the live screams of the terrified young girls in the background, as he says with disinterest:
“We’ll get the latest on that in a minute” — more screams — “but first, the shocking news in Washington tonight, the Washington Post reports that — ”
Click to CNN. Some expert with an English accent is analyzing what he desperately wants to have occurred.

“It must also be noted in the recent months in Europe there have been a number of false flag plots where, uh, right-wing extremists have tried to frame Islamists for terrorism … .”

Really? Where did that happen, in Nice, or Paris, or Istanbul, or London or Berlin, or for that matter, Boston, San Bernardino, NYC, Orlando or Chattanooga? Deflect, deflect, deflect. This is how Islamic hate crimes are always downplayed by fake news. Yesterday morning it was more of the same on ABC “News” with Clinton hack George Stephanopoulos wringing his hands about that thing uppermost in everyone’s mind — everyone with armed security, I suppose.

Stephanopoulos: “This is also likely to inflame anti-Islamic sentiment across Britain, across Europe.”
And the media weenies wonder why so many people hold them in contempt.

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