Sunday, January 9, 2011

Left-Wing slime tries to shift blame for AZ Rep. Gabrielle Giffords shooting onto Tea Party

In spite of the facts that were already clear yesterday afternoon, hours after Arizona Democrat Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 18 other people were gunned down in Tucson, Arizona, ABC World News Report last night managed to inject the name of the Tea Party into the dialog when they asked a member of Giffords’ family if she had any enemies. “The entire Tea Party” was the response. Yet, in spite of the “poisonous political climate” as ABC News also claimed, it was already known that the gunman, identified as 22-year-old Jared Loughner, had a video of himself on his Facebook page burning an American flag – not the sort of thing associated with anyone in the Tea Party.
The Left seems preoccupied in shifting blame onto conservatives for every act of violence perpetrated by radicals. NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg accused the Tea Party for the Times Square bombing attempt before it was known that a radical Muslim terrorist was responsible. Bloomberg was never called to task for his false accusations. First impressions always count most. Liberal columnists such as NY Times’ Paul Krugman, left-wing blogs such as DailyKos (who claimed Bristol Palin was the actual mother of Sarah Palin’s son Trig) and traitors such as Jane Fonda were blaming everyone from Rush Limbaugh to Sarah Palin to the Tea Party for promoting acts of violence against the Democrats. A column written by the respected conservative blogger Andrew Bolt, published in the Australian newspaper the Herald Sun includes screen captures from Jared Loughner’s Facebook page that contain his complaints against the government, that Andrew Bolt says: “And his beef with politicians seems a million miles from anything Palin ever said:” and “To put it mildly, this is not the talk of a Palin supporter. In fact, nowhere on Loughner’s various sites have I seen any mention of Palin or of the health care proposals criticised by her ad. There’s just this monstrous self-obsession and will to power, pricked by an angry realisation of weakness:”
Giffords shot. Palin framed
Andrew Bolt
Sunday, January 09, 2011 at 11:34am

The New York Times wastes no time in finding the Palin angle to the attempted assassination of Democrat Representative Gabrielle Giffords, shot through the head by a lone gunman: 
During the fall campaign, Sarah Palin, the former Republican vice-presidential candidate, posted a controversial map on her Facebook page depicting spots where Democrats were running for re-election; those Democrats were noted by crosshairs symbols like those seen through the scope of a gun. Ms. Giffords was among those on Ms. Palin’s map.

Others were even more gleeful: 
DailyKos founder Markos Moulitsas Tweeted, ”Mission accomplished, Sarah Palin.”

Jane Fonda likewise insists Palin ”holds responsibility” - “as does the violence-provoking rhetoric of the Tea Party”.

Palin’s use of what could be interpreted as crosshairs on a graphic nine months ago may have been unwise, although if that’s an incitement to murder then Palin herself would have even more grounds to complain:
The web site NineMSN, also in Australia, has more to say about the shooter:
“Caitie Parker, who claims to be a former high school classmate of Loughner, has described him as "very philosophical" and a "loner" in Twitter posts.

"As I knew him he was left wing, quite liberal and oddly obsessed with the 2012 prophecy," she posted.”
This entire incident shows the pattern of blame and cover-up that we see every day with our left-wing controlled mainstream news media who's only purpose seems to be to keep America ignorant of the truth. And finally, it was Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs who made the important connection between Jared Loughner and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords:

Sunday, January 09, 2011

Hitler Lover Loughner Targeted First Jewish Congresswoman from Arizona, Gabrielle Giffords

Further, it is now official that Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was indeed the target. It bears noting that Giffords is the first Jewish congresswoman elected from that state (Atlas was one of the first to point that out early yesterday). One of Loughner's favorite books is Hitler's Mein Kampf.

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