Where’d That Story Go?

You remember that big to-do a couple of months ago? A libtard tried to murder several Republican Congressmen and their staffers as they played baseball? Being a libtard with a gun he, of course, failed and was killed but, still, he wounded several including one, Rep. Steve Scalise, grievously.

It was big news for, oh, about 72 hours.

At that point the liberal MSM decided to change the story, even going so far as to start a disinformation campaign to blame conservatives and Republicans. The Washington Post twisted itself into a pretzel trying to blame talk radio back in the deranged liberal’s hometown. The New York Times, still in the grips of Palin Derangement Syndrome 8 years after, tried to blame Sarah Palin because, um, Palin once ran an ad with some crosshairs or targets or some gun thing on it and… uh… crazed liberals like the nut in Arizona that shot Gabby Giffords and the latest liberal nut shot people so… um… Palin caused it!

Amazingly the employees of the New York Times consider themselves intellectually superior to the fellow countrymen.

Anyway, after those two efforts at disinformation and simple, blatant deception and lying, the story, embarrassing to Democrats and the socialist movement, had to be sent down the Memory Hole and the Russian Collusion story reprised ad infinitum.

Imagine that, an attempt to murder a large group of politicians, and the story disappears in not even a week.

But then those politicians were of the wrong party.

You know had the maniac been a “Tea Party” “Extremist” Republican/conservative we’d still be hearing about the story. The first question out of the mouth of every reporter upon encountering any Republican politician would be, “Do you condemn the shooter and all extremist rhetoric that you and your political allies speak in?”

Did you see one single Democrat asked that question recently?

Had it been a Republican we’d have been treated to an unending series of programs, specials, demands for “education” and “dialog,” calls for more gun control and speech-suppression laws, etc.

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