The Left’s Hurricane of Hate

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Unfortunately that “relentless dog whistle” may be something MSNBC viewers will have to experience by watching another network. A report by the website redalertpolitics.com reveals just how far MSNBC is willing to go in order to maintain the meme that Republicans hate minorities. Whether by accident or design, the network somehow managed to cut all the speeches made by black and Hispanic Republicans from its coverage of the GOP convention. When Texas Senate candidate and Tea Party favorite Joe Cruz began to speak, they cut away. They stayed on commercial when former black Democrat-turned-Republican Rep. Artur Davis spoke. Puerto Rican Governor Luis Fortuno’s wife Luce’ Vela Fortuño speech was left in the background while hosts Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews talked over it. Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, and Utah’s black congressional candidate, Mia Love, were also ignored, despite Love giving one of the best speeches of the night. (A copy of that speech can be found here.)

A combination of the Republican convention and Hurricane Isaac was fodder for others as well. Last Sunday, NBC’s chief White House correspondent, Chuck Todd, noted that “as this storm moves closer to Louisiana, the specter, the sort of shadow of Bush and Katrina does hang over this convention.” NBC’s Andrea Mitchell echoed Todd’s assessment, contending that there is “a political challenge here with this approaching storm, especially for the Republicans. No one here can easily forget the iconic picture of President Bush flying on Air Force One … looking down at New Orleans during Katrina.”

Tuesday’s New York Times stayed with that idea when it contended that “Tropical Storm Isaac is more than just a logistical inconvenience for Republicans gathered in Tampa: it is a powerful reminder both of Republican incompetence in handling Hurricane Katrina seven years ago, and the party’s no-less-disastrous plans to further cut emergency-related spending.” The paper further noted that it is “hard to forget what happened to New Orleans when that Republican philosophy was followed in 2005, and it will be harder still to explain how it might be allowed to happen again.”

Yet all of them were one-upped by Yahoo! News Washington bureau chief David Chalian. As reported to Newsbusters by ABC News’s Julie Townsend.

Chalian was identified as the person who proclaimed accidently during a Monday night ABC Internet broadcast that Mitt Romney and his wife Ann were unconcerned about the people of New Orleans, who were enduring Hurricane Isaac at the time. “They are happy to have a party when black people drown,” said Chalian.

The message here is clear. It is a re-iteration of the media-fueled accusations that Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina was racist in nature, regardless of the utter falsity of those accusations. Furthermore, this so-called “Republican philosophy” — as opposed to the stunning incompetence of Democrat New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and former Democrat Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco — extends to Mitt Romney and the rest of the Republicans, who have done nothing more than hold their convention during a storm.

Movie stars saying stupid things is nothing new. With rare exceptions, their overwhelming need for attention inevitably trumps anything resembling common sense and common decency. Yet the efforts of the so-called mainstream media to portray Republicans as hateful uncaring racists, whether by commission or omission, is a constant reminder that coverage of this presidential election will be as slanted as any in history.

Arthur Brisbane, in his final column for the New York Timesnoted the newspaper’s “political and cultural progressivism…bleeds through the fabric” of the paper. ABC’s Jake Tapper says the media “tipped the scales” for Obama in the 2008 campaign. As evidenced here, the bleeding is getting heavier, and those scales remain tipped even further toward the left. As such, there is no limit to unfounded accusations directed towards Republicans that will be reached prior to election day. When there’s an election to tilt, truth is the ultimate casualty.

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  • poptoy1949

    There is but one word to describe Chis. HATEFUL.

    • LibertyMan

      Chris Matthews has no problem with Clinton lieing about Church Burnings in Arkansas 3 days before election day in '98. Worse racism then what a street bigot would do. Clinton's statement was to enrage black voters with a double lie. He witnessed no church burnings. And traditionally church burnings is a democrat thing (to include what happened against Palin's former church in Alaska by Democrat terrorists.

      Chris Matthews was always a phony liberal that supported racism and Jew/Christian Hating politicians. Intelectual Bigots are far more evil then street bigots. Street bigots you can always blame on ignorance while intellectual bigots use their slander to drive people to hate.

    • BS77

      Yes, manic and hateful, frustrated and hysterical. Why the term, "Progressive"? I have never understood the use of this term. The left are indoctrinated robots…..nothing progressive about them at all. Samuel Jackson made some appearances in movies, about twenty years ago….who cares what these foul mouths say anymore?

    • Omar

      Chris Matthews is a real bigot who can't stand the fact that there are prominent minorities in the GOP and in the conservative movement. He and MSNBC are afraid that minorities will prove them wrong one day very soon.

    • Ruthann

      Samuel Jackson you can't have It both ways. You blamed God for the Storm going to Louisiana, and you blamed George Bush for the storm Katrina, Which is it? George Bush or God that directs the storms?????

    • Ruthann

      Samuel Jackson you can't have It both ways. You blamed God for the Storm going to Louisiana, and you blamed George Bush for the storm Katrina, Which is it? George Bush or God that directs the storms?????

  • SHmuel HaLevi

    It is deadly combination embracing continents not just states.
    Some operatives working now in the US previously performed here in Israel as well. The former WH COS hails from
    a family formerly active in Israel under different veneer cover. Others are operatives trained on subversion from the extreme left side of the spectrum.
    The same type of people cooperate against the state with anti-Semitic international organizations, some of them financed by foreign government through the NIF.
    From the distance one sees the same tunes played in the US as well.

  • Hank Rearden

    Who do we think of when we think of New York City and 9/11? Rudy Giuliani of course. The Left has uses the press to craft its narrative. They did this by pinning New Orleans on Bush. Ray Nagin skedaddled out of there leaving those 500 buses unused. Kathleen Blanco refused resources that Bush tried to provide early on. The Navy and the Coast Guard rescued people from their rooftops before the press got there. The press reported inconvenience as atrocity. The press ignored that the problems of New Orleans, even poor construction, was the result of decades of Democrat corruption.

    The only thing we can do is to keep banging away with the truth. That WILL work, even if it doesn't seem to at any given time. The Soviet Union looked permanent until it dissolved all at once because nobody in it believed in it any more.

    Sort of amusing that Chris Matthews thinks that a birth certificate is a racist subject. Everybody has to be born and in this country a birth certificate goes along with that. Of course, what he is doing is trying to take off the table all the issues that go against Obama. So he wants welfare dependency to be a race issue; health care to be a race issue. I think that Priebus and Newt did OK with Chris. We will do better as our guys get more adept. On TV the guest can't get angry or that piece of tape will be played for the next century.

    The Democrats are the party of slavery, segregation and welfare. Their impact on the black community since the beginning of the Republic has been incredibly destructive. They now want to be the arbiters of race relations to conceal their deplorable record. We have to find ways to get better at not letting them do it.

    • Spider

      This is all correct. And to your point about the corrupt media "crafting a narrative" or more precisely they are creating an alternative universe of their choosing to suit their ends – For example: Obama is a uniter – a rock star,, More taxes help the economy, Obamacare will lower the cost of health care, America is imperialist, etc etc. The main stream media now work for our enemies – I don't know if it is ideological or if they are on the take but they are working to destroy our country as we know it.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    The left feeds on itself at their sewer of hate and indoctrinated political distortions, at the
    Democrat convention only one thig will be of any use and unfortunately DDT has been
    .banned. Maybe the GOP could be charitabe and send them a few truckloads of soap to
    wash out their mouths. As I observe the left is doing what it does best and that is devouring
    itself, our effort sould be not to let them continue to devour America, shutting Obama's
    administration of crime down should be the next step in American reformation and survival.
    William

    • fiddler

      Will there be enough dump trucks in the city (or STATE) to unload all the bovine excrement that will be shoveled during the Democrat Convention?

  • http://twitter.com/Jcdavidson37 @Jcdavidson37

    Sensationalism has replaced journalism.

    • fiddler

      Succinctly put.

  • tagalog

    Ellen Barkin is sort of a faded has-been, isn't she? Hardly worth getting excited about.

    • Schlomotion

      You must have missed Ocean's 13.

      • tagalog

        Oh yeah, Ocean's 13, jeez, forgot all about that one. What role did Ellen Barkin play?

        • IsraelFirster

          One of the dogs ?

  • Schlomotion

    Samuel Jackson has his forum and Arnold Ahlert has his. May the best man win, (MF).

    • Joe Ordinary

      Who the hell is Arnold Alert? What planet are you on?

  • Rifleman

    What's their new headline, "God disappoints democrats again?" I hope the weather is great for the dp convention, so they have no excuse for how lame it is, despite the strong msm tailwind it will have.

    Matthews is a dog, so naturally he hears dog whistles everywhere. Matthews is a racial bigot, so naturally he sees bigotry everywhere. The rest of the country has known all along that there are far more palefaces living on welfare than black people, and we don't care what color the freeloader is, but Matthews equates welfare with black folks, so in his mind, everyone else must as well. Because the dp gutting popular welfare reform, and how they did it is a such a losing issue for the dp, people like chris have to try and throw up a race shield to prevent the GOP from mentioning it, much less hammering the dp for it. They use race as a political weapon, while using absurd accusations against the GOP as cover and distraction.

    Another fun way they do that is code words. They turn everything a conservative says into some kind of class or racial code, and what does Juan Williams do? Calls Mrs. Romney a "Corporate Wife," and then spends the next few days trying to come up with an adequate answer for what he meant by that. Speaking in code is a leftist/dp thing, because saying what they think has always been offensive to the average American. You know you've had it too easy, for too long, when you can get away with projecting what you're doing to your opponent onto them, even as you do it.

    • Joe Ordinary

      The Left and Matthews are so vile it's hard to find bad enough words to describe them. I'm going with "moral monsters."

      • Rifleman

        That's giving them too much credit, how about "chiggers in dark places?" It's more accurate, and with their fine-tuned 'sensibilities', if they ever see or hear it, their heads will blow like Martians exposed to Slim Whitman.

    • fiddler

      Yes, I would like to ask Juan: "has YOUR wife ever had MS or breast cancer"?

  • wsk

    Newt, smaked Matthews around like the little b!tch he is!

  • Trebuchet

    I think Ellen Barkin could be excused though. She was really distraught when she found out a house fell on her sister.

    • wsk

      ….and it was Bush's fault?

      • Schlomotion

        No. Bush is only responsible for the fall of The White House.

        • fiddler

          Cheap and inaccurate.

        • poppakap

          …and slomo is only responsible for his utter lack of a writing career (and common sense).

        • wsg

          You REALLY need to get some new material. Thread bare cliches are only good for so long .

    • Trebuchet

      In fact Barkin was so distraught about losing the Ruby Slippers that monkeys started flying out of her butt.

  • clarespark

    Chris Matthews, despite his confidence in his opinions, is clueless about European history and why it is correct to compare the Obama administration with European statism. I laid out the aristocratic response to industrialism in the 19th century here: http://clarespark.com/2011/07/16/disraelis-contri…. "Disraei's Contribution to Social Democracy." Give the Platonic Guardian cast to Democrat culture today, the comparison to Europe is more than apt.

    • poppakap

      Thanks for the insight Dr. Spark. I read your linked column and couldn't agree more.

  • Jim_C

    Meh. For every ignorant comment from the Left, I'll find you two on the Right. But really, what's the point in playing that game? Everybody thinks their side is better behaved.

    So Jake Tapper says the media tipped the scales for Obama in the last election. Presumably, people should have cared about Rev. Wright, Bill Ayers, and the pathetic birth certificate kerfuffle? Too bad–they didn't, and they still don't. Does he think open-ended war and an economic collapse after 8 years of Republican rule would somehow have worked in McCain's favor?

    • bkopicz

      Hi Jim_C

      Just to let you know, I do care about Rev. Wright, Bill Ayers and I do not blame Bush or the Republican party for the sh#tty job that Obama has done. As far as finding ignorant comments from the left all you need to do is take a step back.

    • tagalog

      I doubt a 1:2 ratio. Probably more like 1:1.

      • Jim_C

        Oh, I agree. I was just saying it's a pointless game.

        • tagalog

          Orwell, as usual, had his finger on things in this area. From his essay, Politics and the English Language: "All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred, and schizophrenia. When the general atmosphere is bad, language must suffer."

          • trickyblain

            Typical socialist.

    • Omar

      Bush's "open ended war" freed millions of Iraqis from the brutal dictator, Saddam Hussein, who gassed the Kurds, tried to illegally occupy Kuwait and had violated every international resolution since the Gulf War. Bush also freed millions of Afghans from the despotic Taliban rule. Bush promoted freedom and democracy throughout the world and he was a great president. The far-left despises him because he believed in democracy and freedom, while the far-left and their Islamist allies believe in totalitarianism and tyranny.
      And as for Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers, They both had dangerous influences on Obama. Wright screamed "God Damn America!" during his nonsense sermons, and Bill Ayers founded and headed what was one of the most dangerous domestic terrorist groups in American history. Ayers declared at one point, "Bring the Revolution home! Kill your parents!" If that's not dangerous and extreme, then I don't know what is dangerous and extreme. Bottom line, the left has far more dangerous influences than conservatives do. That's the reality.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.upster.7 Chuck Upster

    Second rate actor widely known as a drunk and addict. If he said something intelligent – now that would be news!

    • Ghostwriter

      That's rich,coming from a vile bigot who thinks black people can't participate in a democracy. You haven't said ANYTHING even remotely intelligent while here,Chuck Upster.

  • bkopicz

    I grew up thinking Chris Mathews was a reporter, unfortunately he has become a talking head for Obama. He abandoned his profession for being a wan-a-be Obama spokesman. Maybe with Obama’s evolving views on gays, the president will not mind Chis getting a thrill up his leg every time the president is in the same room. Chris can change the name of his show from hard ball to blue balls

  • Toecutter

    In a 100 years who’s gonna care? In a 100 years who’ll be here?

    • flowerknife_us

      Your Children and Grand Children and even gGreat Grand Children. From Federal Detention Facilities for not getting with the Federal Program like their Great Great Granddaddy did.

  • RoguePatriot6

    “Unfair S**t: GOP spared by Issac ! NOLA probably F**ked Again! Not understanding God’s plan!” wrote Jackson.

    I honestly believe that alot of people are in for a rude awakening when God finally says "the party's over", and they see that huge contrast between the God who created us and the God in their tiny world of "all who don't see things my way are evil or racists". Samuel L, isn't the only one. Many have made blasphemous hateful comments such as these yet, have the nerve to call conservatives or Republicans "racist", "lovers of war" or "hatemongers"

    Of course you don't understand all of God's plans Samuel L. If you did think on the same level as God, he wouldn't be God, would he? With tempermant like that I truly thank God for this fact:
    Isaiah 55: 8-98 For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord.
    9 For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.

    People need to think about this before they verbally express their foolishness

  • RoguePatriot6

    “race is the San Andreas Fault in this country, and this is dividing this country along racial lines.”

    LOL!!!! Really? I gotta tell you, I haven't seen this much racial tension and division amongst this nation's people since the seventies and believe me it isn't because we elected the "the first black president". It's because of the constant false accusations of racism against the people who detest his policies and the accusations of racism to drive people's attention away from the point while the disciples of Big Government (not to mention tyrannical) continues to grab more power at the expense of the Constitutional rights of this nations citizens. Barrack, Maxine Waters, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and all others who exploit every comment and incident as "racial" are reopening old wounds that would have long ago healed weren't it not for Hollywood, lame stream media (Chris Matthews) and liberal progressives.

    • tagalog

      A huge amount of the racial tension is being generated by racially clueless white middle- and upper-class men and women engaging in racial name-calling and the invention of phony racial "codes," and not by blacks and other minorities, who are smart enough to know when they can get the honkies to carry their ideological water and when they can't.

  • patriotwork

    Chris Matthews was beyond feeling a thrill run up his leg. He was wee-weed up.

  • RoguePatriot6

    I'll tell you what Chris Matthews, if your serious about closing this "san andreas fault" as you call it, of racial divide in this nation,do the following:
    Protest Hollywood's constant potrayal of blacks as angry anti-American thugs that have a mountain sized chip on their shoulders. Believe it or not some of us actually have something to offer other than profane rap music and violence.
    Lombotomize the part of your so called brain that tells you that when someone mentions "food stamps" or "welfare" they mean blacks because when you think like that all you do is expose your racist mentality of thinking that blacks are the only ones that use it.
    Protest and denounce the actions of the New Black Panther Party. Racism is racism is racism, regardless of the source from which it comes it only further widens this "san andreas fault". The only thing missing from groups such as these are sheets because their hatred is just as ugly.

    These are among the vast many steps that could be taken and believe me they have nothing to do with conservatives.

    • tagalog

      I, for one white boy, would LOVE a movie with a good plot featuring intact black families of the type I believe to be typical: working, struggling, going to church, holding down respectable jobs, engaging in civic activities with their friends and associates, and insisting on the kids acting respectfully. The Bill Cosby Show, which could be as silly as TV shows often are, was like that at its best. The movie Sounder was like that in most ways.

      I know there are a lot of black and Hispanic thugs hanging out on the street corners, and lots of single-parent households where the struggle is more basic, but I don't believe this is the norm among minorities. There are plenty of white thugs and unwed white mothers too. I believe that most people, minorities or not, are doing their best to establish an honorable and decent life. They must be at liberty to choose the best course for themselves and their loved ones.

      There are plenty of "first things" they need to do that, but two of the foremost firsts are jobs and a functional economy.

      • RoguePatriot6

        "I, for one white boy, would LOVE a movie with a good plot featuring intact black families of the type I believe to be typical:"
        A few decades back, that was true and we actually had some programs that portrayed that type of family. Remember "Cosby"? Remember "Good Times"? It seems so ironic that we had this big push to eliminate the stereotypical images of blacks and other minorities that from which Hollywood had made billions and yet we still have this garbage bombarding the airwaves.

    • Questions

      Oh, please. A stupid cliche if ever there was one. Every movie Will Smith is in is a hero any white can relate to. As for Morgan Freeman, he's in one out of two movies, including the "Batman" ones. And we're not even talking about films like "Eve's Bayou," "The Preacher's Wife," "Antwone Fisher," "The Best Man" and other black-themed films.

      • RoguePatriot6

        Perhaps my view of Hollywood was a bit rash however, and this is no fault of Hollywood, our youth seem to have this destructive tendency to gravitate towards the thuggish characters. Some of it is due to the negative criticism that the characters like you mentioned earlier get from some of the others in the entertainment buisiness.
        Like for instance Whitney Houston, she received alot of flak about being a "sellout" because of the choices she made in life and her music, most of which she should have been praised for.
        Will Smith also got alot of flak from the thug crew like Tupac, Easy-E and some of the gansta-rap stars for being his style of music. I guess the fact that you could listen to his music with your kids was alittle to warm and fuzzy for them.

    • Omar

      The Far left's race-baiting should be called "The Ideology that Cried 'Racism'". Much like "The Boy who Cried "Wolf"

  • http://tarandfeathersusa.wordpress.com/ Iratus Vulgas

    Question on Chalian's comment: Was he implying that only blacks were going to drown as a result of hurricane flooding? What about whites–wouldn't they drown too? Or does he believe that whites are more buoyant with better swimming skills than blacks? Sheesh, left wing racism sure is confusing.

    • tagalog

      TAMPA FLOODED BY HURRICANE ISAAC — BLACKS AND WOMEN AFFECTED MOST

    • Kufar Dawg

      Whites, like witches float, it's one of the tests you know.

      • http://tarandfeathersusa.wordpress.com/ Iratus Vulgas

        He turned me into a newt!

  • Omar

    MSNBC doesn't want to acknowledge the fact that there are prominent minorities in the GOP and that the GOP is committed to the American Dream for everyone, regardless of characteristics. Of course what MSNBC did wasn't surprising considering the fact that the leftist TV network hired a race-baiter (Al Sharpton) who incited two anti-Semitic altercations in New York City to be a "newsman".

  • kendrick1

    Chris Matthews and MSNBC Now Claim the Word 'Chicago' Is Racist

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rusty-weiss/2012/08/

    • Omar

      Chris Matthews and MSNBC are clearly paranoid.

  • Questions

    Yo. Muh, fuh. Samuel L. Jackson wants to whoop yo punk white a*s*s. Ain't playin' round. GOPunks gonna git played by God.

    • poppakap

      ..talk about racist cliches, you nailed it Questions. Been a bigot long?

    • Omar

      This is not surprising, considering the fact that this is the same Samuel Jackson who said that he voted for Obama "because he's black" even though the president is half-black and half-white. The left has no morals.

      • Kufar Dawg

        Well he didn't vote for the white half, so maybe Obama only got half a vote from Samuel.

  • fiddler

    I have said that the reason I don't watch MSMBC is that I want my television to last. I'm sure it would have a crack in the screen or worse. So I don't bother tuning in to "thrill up the leg Chris". Matthews has lost his mind. He does not deserve to be called a journalist. He relishes in venting his vitriol on any conservative.

  • flowerknife_us

    Rather than give any boost in viewership to who ever this Mathews fellow is. One should really start an article with the title that says something like-Mathews said something stupid again today. With a story line like- I just don't know what it was cause I just didn't watch him, whoever he is.

    Everyone knows the Trolls will inform us what it was he said and why it isn't stupid.

    We all in the end find out what stupid is everyday without having to contribute to his ratings($$$$$) nor what ever he has published($$$$).

    If in the end, the Trolls stop informing us of this Mathew's stupidity, have we really missed out on anything???

    If were talking mindless entertainment, there must be something better within the other 100 some odd channels available no matter what time of the day it is.

  • Ghostwriter

    To paraphrase Shakespeare,"What fools those in Hollywood and MSNBC be."

  • Omar

    Where were the usual watchdogs when Herman Cain was being called an "Uncle Tom" and "suffering from Stockholm Syndrome"? Where were the watchdogs when he was falsely accused of sexual harassment? The left doesn't care about minorities, period. Herman Cain was supposed to be the GOP's hope for the presidency, but the left was so alarmed by Cain's charismatic presence and his popularity among the voters in the polls last year that they had to take him down in order to ensure that blacks and other minorities would continue supporting the Democrats. The left took Cain down and out of the race by resorting to the some of the worst racial stereotypes in history. The left had the help of the lunatic Gloria Allred and other women to embarrass Cain and to make him look bad in public. Karen Kraushaar, one of the women who took part in the racist smear campaign against Cain, helped deport young Elian Gonzalez, who was having a good time living with his family in the U.S., to Cuba where he was indoctrinated with the propaganda of the Castro regime (thus insulting both Black Americans and Cuban Americans). Kraushaar (and all the other leftists who took part in trying to destroy Herman Cain and other conservative minorities' reputations) is an enemy to minorities (especially conservatives) and is the new Victoria Price (the woman who falsely accused the "Scottsboro Boys" of rape in the 1930s). The left should be ashamed of itself for its racist smear campaign against Cain and other minority conservatives. Thankfully, there has been an increase of rising stars who are minorities in the Republican Party. Luis Fortuno is the key to the future. He is the key not only to Puerto Rico's admission to the Union as the 51st state, but also the key to minorities' future in the conservative movement. He gave Romney the support the latter needed to win in Florida and Puerto Rico. One day, minorities will overcome the left's meaningless propaganda and fully embrace America's freedoms.

    • Kufar Dawg

      Early on Cain was one of my favorite candidates. Allred's actions were disgusting beyond measure. Their
      smear campaign against Cain was amazingly good and reminded me of the Swift-boating of Kerry.

  • RUI

    That wallet should read "Stupid Muther Fu**er". You stay classy, Sam.

  • jose

    Katrina was a disaster because of that stupid mayor nagan.

  • pyeatte

    Chris Matthews is obsessed with race to the point of being neurotic. Race is not the fault-line of this nation, it is ideology. I would eagarly vote for people like Allen West and Mia Love if I lived in their State and District.

    • Omar

      The left is full of hypocrisy. The left claims to be tolerant, yet derides conservative minorities as "Uncle Toms", "coconuts", "inauthentics" and worse. Unreal.

  • http://www.facebook.com/marvin.fox.526 Marvin Fox

    The Left's hurricane of Hate, ends with the statement that there will be no limit to the unfounded accusations against Republicans. The Democrats very, very frequently blame the Republicans for things they themselves are guilty of. I think that is called 'projection' and is an attempt to shift blame from oneself to others. The Democrats could find those '"unfounded" accusations within themselves, if they would only look at their own actions. The Democrats don't appear to be able to look within themselves for guilt, that may be the reason they are such magnificent accusers. They must expiate their guilt outward instead of within themselves. None are so blind as those who will not see.
    Marvin E. Fox

    • Omar

      Projection is the left's philosophy of trying to discredit anyone with a dissenting view. Leftists like Ed Schultz and Al Sharpton do project an awful lot. The American people need to expose the left's true agenda.