Fox News' Sean Hannity trots out the tired and bogus defense that Rep. Jim Jordan is being criticized for not defending his student athletes against a sexual predator as politically motivated.
Hatriot Michelle Malkin apparently thinks that only conservative women are harassed and threatened for their political beliefs and – while claiming to desire “a more peaceful environment,” sure sounded like she was itching for a physical confrontation.
This week, Fox scraped the bottom of the barrel by calling on proven-liars “Diamond and Silk” to persuade its white audience that conservatives and Dear Leader Trump are the real victims in Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett.
"Diamond and Silk" ignore Roseanne Barr's racist past and turn Trump into the victim of the Barr story on Fox's Your World with guest host Maria Bartiromo.
Bret Stephens, victim of a fairly recent lynching in which he wasn't actually lynched, writes in defense of Kevin Williamson from his still-comfy perch at The New York Times.
Expect to see a lot of this sort of thing in the next few years...
The church of the perpetually persecuted right wing has their sparkly white panties in a bunch over Facebook's alleged censorship of conservative views.
But, but why aren't Liberals targeted for hate speech tweets? I think we all know why.
Fox News, Fox & Friends, Jan. 2, 2016.
The most hysterical response to a Washington Post cartoon depicting Senator Ted Cruz’ daughters as monkeys has got to belong to Peter Johnson, Jr. who insisted that the cartoon is a form of child abuse.
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