Mike Dickinson, the unhinged Virginia moonbat and wannabe Twitter tough guy who wants the House seat formerly held by Eric Cantor despite not being on the ballot, now says he’s going to have a regular radio program and he plans to lead a prayer on air asking God to murder everyone in the NRA.
For those who don’t remember, Dickinson is the fascist Democrat who first caught national attention when he claimed Fox News lies and called for Soviet-style regulation and monitoring of the network. He’s also the slimeball who offered $100,000 for nude photos of Kendall Jones, a 19-year-old Texas cheerleader who also hunts big game.
They behead children, cut young boys in half, tear women in two, bury women and children alive and have repeatedly threatened to attack the U.S. And let’s not forget the recent beheading of journalist James Foley. Nevertheless, liberals claim ISIS poses no threat to the United States.
Alan Colmes went even farther, telling Greg Gutfeld the ISIS threat is being “ginned up” for American involvement.
There’s stupid and then there’s this. It seems the moonbats in Ferguson think they’d come out better in an encounter with ISIS than with their own police.
Worse yet, they’ve taken to wearing a t-shirt that shows just how stupid they really are. The grammatically incorrect t-shirt reads: “I rather get stopped by ISIS terrorist than Ferguson PD.” Seriously:
Those who think ISIS poses no threat to anyone in the U.S. should think again.
This report came from the Chicago Sun-Times, and illustrates the kind of threat Americans now face.
According to Jordan Owen:
Cher, the raging leftist moonbat once called a glittering jewel of colossal ignorance by Rush Limbaugh, told her Twitter followers she shot an atomic weapon on a gun range.
Most of those responding didn’t even catch the gaffe, but some did. Ultimately, she blamed dyslexia and said she meant to say “automatic” weapon.
Those who oppose abortion primarily because it goes against their religious views are known to pray for an end to abortion. Planned Parenthood officials in Ohio want prayers as well, but not for an end to abortion, Life News reported Wednesday.
Instead, they want supporters to pray for more abortions, meaning more dead babies and more women traumatized by abortion.
This is the sort of thing one expects to see in places like the former Soviet Union or Nazi Germany, not the United States. Unfortunately, now that Barack Obama is president, we’re seeing more and more of this kind of “worship.”
A picture posted to Twitter Tuesday morning is said to be of an Obama propaganda poster posted in front of a classroom at Herriman High School in Herriman, Utah.
The federal government is spending nearly $1 million on a database designed to track “hate” and “misinformation” on Twitter, the Washington Free Beacon said.
The person running the project is Filippo Menczer, a professor of informatics and computer science at Indiana University. According to the Free Beacon, Menczer “proclaims his support for numerous progressive advocacy groups, including President Barack Obama’s Organizing for Action, Moveon.org, Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, Amnesty International, and True Majority.”
I sometimes wonder if Charlie Rangel’s mother ever had any kids that lived.
For the millionth time, the New York Democrat falsely claimed that the Tea Party is descendent from the Confederacy. He also claims — falsely — that opposition to Obama is based on race. In short, when Rangel has no facts, he falls back on the old race card…
Earlier today, I reported that Sneakers Bistro, a restaurant based in Winooski, Vermont, removed a sign that read, “Yield Sneakers Bacon,” after a Muslim woman complained online, calling it offensive and insensitive to those who don’t eat bacon.
“We are here to serve people BREAKFAST, not politics,” the owners said on Facebook. “We removed the sign that was located on public property as a gesture of respect for our diverse community. There were also concerns raised about safety. Removing it was not a difficult decision. We still love bacon. We still love eggs. Please have the political conversation elsewhere.”