All The News That Can Be Squeedged Into Fitting The Narrative

Always, always, always – when you see stories in the mainstream media about conservatives’ moral crimes and misdemeanors, remember two things:

  • Berg’s Seventh Law of Liberal Projection – “When a Liberal issues a group defamation or assault on conservatives’ ethics, character or respect for liberty or the truth, they are at best projecting, and at worst drawing attention away from their own misdeeds” – has never been challenged, much less repealed.
  • It’s the liberal press.  If’s most likely either painstakingly stripped of context, if it’s not an outright lie.

With that in mindThe Gateway Pundit notes an example of the media jumping all over the story of a “Tea Party Leader” accused of rape.

 

Untrue?  Naturally.  The guy had no connection with any Tea Party organization that anyone with the Tea Party could identify.

We have, of course, run into this before in Minnesota – during the 2010 campaign, Andy Birkey at the Minnesoros “Independent” ran a piece claiming that some schlub who left a profane and insulting message on the AFSCME voice mail was a “Tea Party Organizer”, notwithstanding the fact that not a single actual Tea Party organizer had ever heard of the guy.

If Charles Manson called himself a Tea Partier, the media would run with it.

7 thoughts on “All The News That Can Be Squeedged Into Fitting The Narrative

  1. Just like the time that the left wing Ministry of Propaganda repeatedly ran a picture from mid torso down of a person attending a Tea Party rally, packing what looked to be a Glock and using it as a anti-gun, anti-Tea Party rallying cry. Conveniently, they didn’t show that this was a patriotic black man.

  2. They always make a big deal about something that is obviously isolated or highly unusual. They never prove a comprehensive, systemic pattern, and then they go on and on about it like it’s everywhere and increasing every second or something.

  3. Guilt by association. Practiced mostly by those on the Left these days. Headline of a post at the Mad King Charles’ crib this AM: Pamela Geller Commenter on President Obama: ‘Kill Him . Not too long ago Chaz accused a different conservative blogger of the crime of tolerating racist comments on his blog. Said conservative blogger found the comments were left by LGF regulars in an attempt to smear the blogger.

  4. You mean the organization itself denied the kooks were members? Well, that seals it for me! But hey Mitch, on to more important things. What say on Wrecking Ball? (Unless I skimmed by it here and missed it?)

  5. And still Kobulnicky’s association with any Tea Party organization is less well documented than Obama’s association with convicted corrupt politician Blagojavich or terrorist Bill Ayres.
    People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, Mackbee. Alinky’s rule for radical #4 “Make opponents live up to their own book of rules. “You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity.””.

  6. Re Alinsky rule #4:

    Actor Tom Hanks is seen at a 2004 school fundraising auction, along with a white investment adviser who wore blackface makeup and a giant Afro wig
    The 2004 auction’s routine included a white man in blackface, identified in the footage as investment banker James Montgomery, CEO of the Santa Monica, Calif., firm Montgomery & Co. In addition to blackface makeup and the wig, Montgomery wore a leopard-print toga and an arm band made to look like it consisted of animal teeth.
    Hanks most recently provided the narration for ”The Road We’ve Traveled,” a 17-minute-long campaign video meant to help President Barack Obama win re-election in November.


    http://dailycaller.com/2012/03/20/tom-hanks-glenn-frey-in-2004-racial-shocker-blackface-jokes-at-fundraising-auction-video/

    Disgusting. Makes you wonder who else the Democrats have embraced.

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