How is it that compassionate, feminist libs who pretend to get offended at the drop of a hat have no problem with “humorous” fantasies about a bleeding Ted Cruz, a half-naked Michelle Malkin or mass murder at NRA headquarters.
Latest out of the gate is comedy writer Joe Mande (libs have heard of him, apparently) who in a Wednesday tweet seemed to think packed emergency rooms filled with frightened people and scurrying, overworked medicos is just the bee’s knees when it comes to funny.
As long as the sufferers are conservatives.
It would be cool if Ted Cruz got horribly injured and the doctors in ER wasted 21 hours before helping him
— Joe Mande (@JoeMande) September 25, 2013
But it’s supposed to be a joke, straight out of the Alinsky rule book. Actually, Rule No. 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”
Makes you wonder how funny Mandes’ fans (there are some, you know there are) would think it was if the “Ted Cruz” in the tweet was an El Paso landscaper whose parents came into the country the last time Democrats rigged an amnesty for illegal aliens instead of a United States senator.
But Cruz isn’t the only conservative Mande took to Twitter to target. Wednesday, he tweeted a badly photoshopped forgery of Malkin’s face inserted onto a woman posing in a bikini, according to Twitchy:
This is also the same guy who criticized basketball player Gilbert Arenas for posting sexist content on his Twitter account. Yeah. Sexist content. On his Twitter account.
That’s another one out of Alinsky: Rule No. 12: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
Showing the kind of courage libs tend to possess in such abundance, Mande tried to delete the tweet, but he must not have realized who he was dealing with. Besides being a first-class conservative writer and commentator, the founder and CEO of Twitchy.com is also, obviously, a social-media savant.
(And probably looks nothing like that in a bikini anyway.)
But injury and sex assaults are nothing to the big D, the kind of death liberals like to fantasize about bringing to conservative organizations.
Like this tweet, from another no-name comedian hoping to score some publicity after the Newtown massacre last year.
That’s a laugh-riot, really.
Remember that University of Kentucky journalism professor last week who fantasized about the deaths of NRA members’ children as some sort of retribution for standing up for Second Amendment rights?
He’s clearly deluded, quite possibly truly sick, but at least he wasn’t playing it for laughs.
Leave that to the liberal comics.