Finally!!! Someone is standing up to and getting into the face of the shrill and vitriolic leftist mouthpieces who brazenly and carelessly slap “Responsible for Arizona Shooter” on the backs of anyone they despise.
Here, a taste of the left’s cowardly accusations. Chris Matthews and Company drivel on about how “hatriolic” and “ugly talk” radio spurred the Arizona shooter to action:
Excerpts from Matthews:
“What’s been the role of talk radio in fueling the heated language? I’ll mention a couple of names. People like Mark Levin, Michael Savage, for example, who every time you listen to them, are furious. Furious at the left. With anger that just builds and builds in their voice, and by the time they go to commercial they are just in some rage, every night with ugly talk. Ugly sounding talk, and it never changes, it never modulates.
They must have an audience. I looked at the numbers today. They have big audiences. And I guess that’s the question. Why and is it ever going to stop if it keeps working?”
Levin Strikes Back
And here, radio talk show host Mark Levin takes this bull right by the horns, from his radio show January 12, 2011:
“Now I’m going to tell you something. Maybe I shouldn’t, but I will. I’m waiting for an allegation that is very specific against me because I’m going to sue. I don’t care if they’re bloggers, I don’t care if they’re television hosts, I don’t care if they’re radio hosts. I’m going to drag your ass into federal court. Oh, you’ll have due process. It’ll all be nice and legal. I’m going to personally depose you. I’m going to drag you in front of a jury, and I’m going to get your assets.
Somebody has to stand up to this. Somebody has to draw the line. Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow, Joe Scarborough – test me. Test me. David Frum, you little weasel, test me. All of you.
I believe in the law. I believe in free speech. I believe in responsible speech. Now, you want people to tone it down? Okay, good. Anybody who accuses me of inciting mass murder in Tucscon, Arizona, is going to be sued. Period. I don’t mean, ‘Oh his rhetoric is incendiary.’ I don’t. Anybody who tries to tie me to that monstrous event.
I’m going to tell you why. When you get behind this microphone every day, and you speak from the heart, and millions of people are listening, and family and friends, they’re listening, too. They’re affected by all these things. Now I’m a public figure. I’m a big boy. I can handle this. The question is whether these other boys can handle it. You think I’m kidding? Try me, because I’m not kidding. The laws of libel are actually older than the first amendment.”
Can’t wait to see if the leftie boys can handle it.