• Left Rushes To Turn Act of Tuscon Arizona Shooting Tragedy into Blame Gain, Loughner Actually “Left-Wing Pothead”

    January 10, 2011 2:50 pm 6 comments
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  • Our friend and colleague Michelle Malkin is putting it best: there is a Progressive Climate of Hate in America.

    The left-wing media is growing comfortable in attacking morality and conservatism. There is a movement to make Republicans, TEA party members seem like ‘redneck extremists’, when in reality, they are cut from the same cloth as the colonists, our forefathers, who stood up, defiant, against an army of redcoat extremists.

    America is a land where Democracy reigns in an institutionalized Republic, a land where the people rule and the politicians are to work for the people. The Tuscon, Arizona, shooting was just that, a horrible and shocking tragedy. A politician, Representative Gabrielle Giffords, was shot down in cold blood. She survived, but others, including a nine-year-old child, were killed.

    Immediately, the left-wing media began reports of sensationalism. Some outlets, including the deranged Huffington Post started to imply former Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin was to blame for the tragedy. They blamed a picture, created by Palin’s interns, for the shooting massacre in Tuscon, Arizona. The liberals tried to use the shooting as a means to make political gains and to take away freedoms, when even the father of the nine-year-old victim reminds us not to take away freedoms due to this horrible massacre.

    Now that the facts are emerging, we have found the shooter was actually very left-winged in nature.  Classmates describe Loughner as a ‘left-wing pothead‘.  Giffords did not go down party lines on everything, including immigration reform. This put her in a political hotseat, and it seems this monster was willin to take her life.

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    Karen Gray Karen Gray is a student of journalism at LMU and international events columnist for the CW.

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