Hanoi Jane Pins Tucson Shootings on Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Tea Party
Jane Fonda — who traveled to North Vietnam during the war to propagandize against our troops and to pose cheerfully with the sort of anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down our pilots — still hasn’t finished making her contributions to American politics. The tragic events in Tucson Saturday were yet another opportunity for her to vent her hatred of patriots. Here‘s what she’s been spewing on Twitter:
That she can’t even spell Beck’s first name is an indication of the general cluelessness of a Hollyweird liberal elitist, but also confirmation that she is not familiar with his show, his books, or probably even his message. He’s a conservative, therefore if something bad happened, he did it.
There is zero evidence that Hanoi Jane’s line of thought has any justification whatsoever. Jared Loughner was not exactly Tea Party material. But having to listen to these despicable smears is a price we have to pay for not enforcing the law against treason.
To understand the frustration of legacy media journalists such as New York Timeso racialist Kate Zernike over the strength of the Tea Parties and the resurgence of Friedrich Hayek and other past voices from the right, let’s paraphrase Janene Garofalo’s infamous rant last year on MSNBC. It’s not about bashing Republicans, it’s not about taxes, they have no idea what the Boston tea party was about, they don’t know their history at all. This is about hating conservatives in America. This is elitism straight up
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