Michelle Malkin on the warpath over THIS liberal spin; and she is HOT!

Leave it to the biased media to find a way to blame the Tea Party for every tragedy. But depend on conservative firebrand Michelle Malkin to call them out on it.

Malkin became enraged on Wednesday when she spotted Politico’s Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Matt Wuerker’s attempt to use the Animas River disaster in Colorado — a disaster caused by the Environmental Protection Agency — to slam the tea party.

(Warning: Tough language ahead.)

Wuerker’s cartoon portrays “dirty coalmines” surrounding a contaminated river with two “EPA workers” ready to clean it up, while a character dressed in a shirt that looks suspiciously like a yellow Gadsden Flag, stands by “cluelessly” blaming the government.

Only the toxic goo spillage is the fault of the Environmental Protection Agency, and EPA chief, Gina McCarthy has taken “full responsibility” for the horrific event.

Although, that didn’t go over well with Malkin either.

But what does any of that matter to a cartoonist with a one-sided agenda? Any tragedy is a reason to slam the Tea Party and hope it infuses into the brains of uninformed voters.

It was all just rocket fuel for Malkin’s fire.

Why, yes, yes it is.

Ding, ding, ding!

Malkin’s supporters notified her of a story breaking nearly at the same time as her Twitter rage:

According to the Gateway Pundit, a geologist’s letter-to-the-editor in a local Colorado newspaper predicted the EPA disaster one week before it happened. The geologist claimed the EPA would create a tragedy to secure superfund money and halt future mining in the area.

You can bet Malkin would be looking into it, if she wasn’t already.

In the meantime, her followers had her back.

Sadly, not all Americans do. That’s why we’re in this mess.

Perhaps he didn’t blame Bush because the former president is beginning to look pretty good to just about everybody right now.

Nicole Haas

Nicole Haas

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