This is just another factual refutation of the mainline media’s ideological propaganda.
Republicans have had bullets shot through their windows and bricks smashed through their windows. In fact, several bricks have been smashed through several Republican windows. And here we are now, with an article detailing the arrest of a man who made a death threat against a Republican “bitch” politician.
April 19, 2010
Arrest made in threat against Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite
A 66-year-old Hernando County man has been arrested in connection with a threatening voice mail message left at the district office of U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite, R-Brooksville. According to the FBI, agents arrested Erik Lawrence Pidrman at his home in Spring Hill without incident Sunday.
On March 25, Brown-Waite reported that someone left the following message: “Just wanna let you know I have 27 people that are going to make sure that this b**** does not live to see her next term. Good-bye.”
The call came amid reports that a number of Congressional Democrats have gotten threats or had bricks thrown through their office windows following a contentious vote on health care legislation Sunday. It was not known Monday afternoon what allegedly caused Pidrman to make the call.
The integrity of the media has long-since been blown for all to see. The above story is about a Republican who was threatened with death. But the liberal bird cage liner otherwise known as the St. Petersburg Times just couldn’t help but make the story about Democrats being the “real” victims.
The paper makes no attempt to mention the repeated acts of violence against Republicans, but instead deliberately makes it appear as though it is merely one rather insignificant isolated incident against a sea of acts of violence against Democrats. If anything, it is the other way around.
There’s no mention of the crowd of leftist thugs hunting down and beating a Republican Bobby Jindal official and her boyfriend. There’s no mention made about a lot of things.
Not that the left gives a damn about integrity. They are postmodernists who don’t even believe in truth; so all that remains is rhetoric and demagoguery.
Bill Clinton just came out and directly compared the anger of the tea party movement to the climate that surrounded the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City. The media was all over that story, piling on to demonize the tea party movement, but only a tiny, tiny few have bothered to demand where the hell Bill Clinton was during the unhinged leftwing hatred during the Bush years.
Meanwhile, when Timothy McVeigh was asked why he did what he did, his answer wasn’t “Rush Limbaugh,” but rather something extremist and awful that the Clinton administration did: basically, massacre women and children during Clinton-era attacks on Waco and again at Ruby Ridge.
Motivated by his hatred of the federal government and angered by what he perceived as its mishandling of the Waco Siege (1993) and the Ruby Ridge incident (1992), McVeigh timed his attack to coincide with the second anniversary of the deaths at Waco.
You mean he didn’t time his blowing up a building to honor Glenn Becks’s birthday?
Maybe you should have blamed YOURSELF for the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing rather than a group that didn’t even exist yet, you “it-depends-on-what-the-meaning-of-the-word-is-is” weasel. Maybe the mainstream media shouldn’t trust a slimebag who forfeited his law license because of proven dishonesty. I’m just saying.
Basically, it all depends on what the meaning of “political demagogue” is, doesn’t it, Slick Willy?
But don’t worry, Democrats. Because the mainstream media is always there to tell big government Democrats, “Hi, I’m from the mainstream media, and I’m here to help.”
The media constantly refers to the tea party movement as “anti-government.” It’s the heart of the Democrats’ case that we’re dangerous and could resort to violence. The fact that that isn’t even remotely true is simply dismissed as entirely irrelevant.
The New York Times and the Associated Press just today used the identical same phrase: “This anti-government feeling has driven the tea party movement, reflected in fierce protests this past week.” Without ever once reflecting on how biased that extremist label is. I have never ONCE seen an “anti-government” tea party protester. None of us want to abolish all government. “Anti-government” IS an accurate label to apply to extreme leftwing anarchist groups; but tea party protesters are PRO-limited government – and are most certainly NOT “ANTI government.” But the incorrect and charged label that the media deliberately use creates an extremist and disturbing image. Which is exactly what these professional propagandists want.
Now, do you really want to see “anti-government” hate? Why don’t you go to a liberal Democrat rally in which the crowd repeatedly chanted “FUCK THE USA!!!.” Democrat Maxine Waters helped stoke the hate to furnace-levels that day.
Or how about Nancy Pelosi telling anti-Bush protesters, “I’m a fan of disruptors!” in 2006.
I might also point out that Barack Obama got his start in politics by benefiting from a fundraiser in William Ayers‘ – former terrorist bomber of the Weather Underground – living room. Obama then served on several boards of directors with said anti-government terrorist. And there’s darned good reason to believe that that same anti-government terrorist helped him write his first book.
William Ayers – now an esteemed liberal professor and member of the liberal community in good standing – bombed several U.S. government buildings, and was responsible for the murders of innocent human beings. How the left must have cheered when he said, “I don’t regret setting bombs,” and added: “I feel we didn’t do enough.”
And do you want to know when he said those hateful words? On 9/11, the day that nearly 3,000 Americans were murdered by al Qaeda.
Mind you, that sentiment was basically shared by Obama’s handpicked “reverend” of more than twenty years, as Jeremiah Wright said of 9/11: “America’s chickens have come home to roost” following an anti-American diatribe.
If you really want to deal with anti-government hate, you maggot-souled liberal cockroaches, how about if you expose yourselves for once in your worthless lives?!?!?!
Pew just released a poll that demonstrates that 80% of Americans are anti-government rightwing extremists. Because 80% of Americans agree with the Tea Party and DISTRUST the Obama administration. And oh, isn’t that exactly what the tea party has been saying for more than a year, now?
And this result is basically the lowest result in a half century. Which is to say, hey, lefties, the American people trusted George W. Bush MORE than they trust your damn big government socialist messiah.
And for damn good reason.