Still waiting for reporting on “progressives” who want SCOTUS Judge Thomas gone (dead)

Certainly the videographer who asked questions at this “progressive” rally was looking for these exact reactions. And I’m pretty certain the video was even edited, but that’s not what is important here. What’s important is the media’s absolute dishonesty concerning how they report – or don’t report – this kind of stuff.

Original hat tip goes to Sister Toldjah, and Big Government has the video. Simple question. If this was a TEA Party event and the man behind the camera asked “what are we going to do after we impeach President Obama” and the answer was “string him up” how would this be reported?

Others writing on this subject include James Taranto at the Wall Street Journal, John Hinderaker at Powerline, and Dan Riehl at Big Journalism.

Selective quotes…

Justice for Anita Hill? Cut off his toes and feed them one-by-one to him.

I’m all about peace, but I would say torture.

After we impeach Clarence Thomas, what do we do with him? … We string him up.


Attacks on Clarence Thomas? Approved … since he’s a conservative.

You have to ask the question if the woman who suggested Thomas be strung up is hanging her head in shame or if she is sticking with her inflamed rhetoric. I somehow don’t think we’ll see her crying and apologizing profusely to black people on Good Morning America.

I don’t think we’ll see an comments from Jessie Jackson or Al Sharpton either. The NAACP did not react to this specific video or protest, they just put out a standard statement calling for “all Americans to abandon vitriolic language.”

If this was a TEA Party event, you know the statement would have had quite a different tone.

6 replies
  1. Marilyn
    Marilyn says:

    Democrats/progressives, always show just who they have always been …Racistsssssssssss.  I love the last women a**h is bad, string them up is just fine.   Thank you tea party folk for your knowledge, understanding and educating of the principles and values of this country.  God Bless America

  2. Lynn
    Lynn says:

    I never was a "I am woman hear me roar", but I was influenced by the movement. NOW was the most hypocritical organization, there was. Sure come out and burn Justice Clarence Thomas on a cross, but all those women who President Bill Clinton used, hey he's got testosterone, they were trash.

  3. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    "Methinks thou dost protest too much" seem to apply to Democrats in most things, and racism in particular.  Remember how Condoleeza Rice was portrayed in cartoons etc?

  4. Jeff S
    Jeff S says:

    A person who worked with Jackson was on Sean Hannity's program Monday and after he grilled about  the lack of protest from the Sharpton's and Jackson's, she called back in 10 minutes and had Jesse Jackson on the phone with her. First, he said that he had not heard the tape and when Hannity played the tape for him, Jackson said that it was disturbing but that was it!  His "outrage" over these statements was rather weak. 

  5. PatRiot
    PatRiot says:

    All the vitriol about T.E.A. party spitters – drummed up no doubt and heresay AT BEST !!  And yet, when presented with clearly identifiable audio / video: – crickets. 

    Better keep the pressure on or "they" will only get more emboldened.

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