Filed under: Election 2010, News, Politics, Pop Culture, Progressivism, Television | Tags: Ariana Huffington, Debunking Liberal Lies, Glenn Beck, Jon Stewart, Racism, Steven Colbert, Tea Party
White liberals, like those at the all-white MSNBC, have been desperately attempting for months to smear the Tea Party as “racist” despite the fact that many Tea Party leaders, speakers, participants and Tea Party backed candidates are themselves minorities. Indeed, the propagandists at MSNBC even went so far as to claim that a man protesting Obamacare carrying a rifle over his shoulder and a handgun holstered on his hip was evidence of the racist nature of those who oppose the Obama agenda, while cropping the man’s head and hands out of the shot so their misinformed audience could not see that the armed Obama protester was a BLACK man.
So it is with particularly schadenfreudistic glee that I report not only how monochromatically WHITE the audience was at Jon Stewart’s White-Hipster-Youth Rally, but that in addition to being much less diverse than Glenn Beck’s rally, this great “progressive” show of force, was only a small fraction of the size of Beck’s rally. Considering how much they loathe Beck, and how desperately they were hoping to show him up — that’s really gotta sting.
Now, to be fair, there were at least a handful of minorities at the rally. Perhaps even a dozen or so. If you look very carefully at the Continue reading
Filed under: Humor, Liberalism, Politics, Progressivism | Tags: Tea baggers, Tea Party
…that if conservatives are “Tea Baggers” doesn’t that make liberals the “Tea Baggees“?
Of course it does. But no one ever accused our regressive friends of being logical, did they? I mean, if they were, they wouldn’t be regressives to begin with. Or perhaps a good tea-bagging is all they really wanted all along. The slur was most prominently promoted by Anderson Cooper after all.
The film was written and directed by David Nussbaum. I hope we see more from him. I enjoy high quality snark.
(h/t Andrew Breitbart)
Best estimate so far says over 335,000 protesters attended yesterday’s rallies.