One can only look at the moral and psychological insanity of the left and whistle in amazement.
The demonic left heard that a Democrat U.S. Representative had been shot (never mind that she was one of the more conservative Democrats in the House) and immediately concluded that a Republican conservative tea party member – well, make that ALL Republicans, ALL conservatives and ALL tea party members – were guilty of the crime.
Democrats IMMEDIATELY resorted to the worst kind of demonizing, hatred and lies:
”the shooter is likely, from what I’ve heard, an Afghan vet..”
Why would this vile woman falsely demonize our war veterans?
All you have to do is contemplate the title of an article I wrote on April 14, 2009: “Obama Administration Says Americans Should Fear Their Combat Veterans.” The article referred to an Obama DHS memo that warned that war veterans were to be considered dangerous rightwing extremists.
But that was a lie. Jared Loughner never served a day in the military, let alone pull a combat tour. In fact, the Army threw him out of one of their recruiting stations when they found out he was a pothead.
But let’s see. According to the Gallup polling:
“Support for legalizing marijuana is much lower among Republicans than it is among Democrats…”
Paul Krugman demonstrated that all you have to do these days to get a Nobel Prize is be a far-left liberal ideologue. His column demonizing conservatives for the Arizona shooting was published all of 2 hours after the event. And like everything else the man has ever said, not a single word of it was anything short of propaganda (not to forget to mention the fact that Krugman has his own documented “gale of anger” problems).
For all the vicious hate and lies from the left, what we found when we actually looked at the facts is that Jared Loughner had a grudge against Rep. Gabrielle Giffords dating back to 2007. That grudge predated Sarah Palin; it predated the Tea Party movement; it predated the so-called “rightwing rhetoric” against Barack Obama. And to go further, we find that, in fact, Loughner’s hatred of Rep. Giffords actually occurred during the LEFTWING hatred targeting George W. Bush and Republicans. And we find that while Loughner nowhere in any of his writings or videos mentioned Sarah Palin, the tea party movement, ObamaCare, conservatives, or anything “right wing,” he DID repeatedly mention his über-leftwing belief that George Bush was responsible for engineering the 9/11 attacks.
So let’s set aside the circumstantial evidence that Jared Loughner was far more leftwing than he was rightwing. Let’s set aside the fact that he was a devotee of The Communist Manifesto. Let’s put aside the fact that “A classmate of the man accused of shooting Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords this morning describes him as ‘left wing’ and a pot head.’” Let’s put aside the fact that Loughner never listened to conservative talk radio, surfed conservative sights, or read conservative writers like Mark Levin. Let’s even put aside the fact that Jared Loughner loved far-left conspiracy theory documentaries such as “Zeitgeist” and “Loose Change”. In the words of a friend:
“There was a lot of talk about lucid dreaming and understanding reality. . . . And there were a lot of books and movies . . . things that I never would have heard about or watched — things like Loose Change about the 9/11 conspiracy.”
According to reviews, Zeitgeist is anti-Christian, anti-George Bush and anti-capitalism. And I just scratch my head bleeding wondering which of the two parties would be those three things. The plot of Loose Change can be summed up in three words” Bush did it.
Let’s put aside that Jared Loughner never bothered with rightwing stuff. Let’s put aside that Jared Loughner filled his sick mind with leftwing stuff.
Let’s just put aside the facts which all line up to say that if Jared Loughner was anything, he was a far-left liberal loon.
And let’s just put the icing on the cake. Was Jared Loughner a conservative or was he a liberal? Let’s ask the liberal “newspaper of record,” a.k.a. The New York Times:
“He became intrigued by antigovernment conspiracy theories, including that the Sept. 11 attacks were perpetrated by the government and that the country’s central banking system was enslaving its citizens. His anger would well up at the sight of President George W. Bush, or in discussing what he considered to be the nefarious designs of government.”
Bingo. If The New York Slimes says it, it clearly must be true.
Jared Loughner was a liberal.
If you listen to or watch or read any source that ever once mentioned that right wing rhetoric or conservative anger or any such thing contributed to the Tucson, Arizona shooting, you are tuning in to a demonstrated source of propaganda and lies.
Every Democrat politician (and like the demons who called themselves “Legion, for we are many” in Luke 8:30, they are legion) and mainstream media figure who alluded to conservative anger in this tragedy should be forced to resign in disgrace for their disgrace of the truth.
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