I’m a little hacked off today. Well, okay. I’m a lot hacked off. Why? Well, how much time do you have? Belay that last. Here’s the short answer: 8 police officers killed in 9 days (as of September 1.)
Here’s some more of why I’m hacked off (the short list):
- Anarchistic terrorist groups masquerading as “movements.”
- Bonafide idiots spewing sentiments like, “Pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon.”
- Morons who defend these morons.
- A president and U.S. Attorney General who are AWOL on the sharp uptick in law enforcement deaths – and pretty much everything else not related to “climate change.” Like Reality.
I gotta ask: Where’s the Lefty hew and cry over the murders of Deputy Darren Goforth (Harris County, Texas)? Police officer Henry Nelson (Sunset, LA)? Senior Trooper Steven Vincent, of the Louisiana State Police? Fox Lake, IL police officer Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz?
No riots… um, I mean, “protests”? No cities burned down? No fatherly advice from the Pretender in Thief?
God help anyone who notices. Like Elisabeth Hasselbeck. On Monday, Hasselbeck asked National Review’s Kevin Jackson a question that a lot of people may be wondering about:
“Kevin, why has the Black Lives Matter movement not been classified yet as a hate group? I mean, how much more has to go in this direction before someone actually labels it as such?”
As I recently asked here, Hasselbeck’s question isn’t exactly off the beam, is it? But never mind the actual question itself. It’s the fact that Hasselbeck had the unmitigated gall to even ask that has Lefty mouths agape.
It’s the typical Lefty knee-jerk reaction most any time anyone wanders into Common Sense Land – a phenomenon that occurs in Lefty Land with the frequency of Hailey’s Comet. Or is the result of an oopsie blunder. As in, “If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep your…” Well. You know.
If “Black Lives Matter” – the darlings who gave us “pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon” and other charmers advocating killing police – isn’t a “hate group,” then what is it?
Oh, wait. No one’s supposed to ask that. Because the answer might derail or destroy the narrative of the Party of Debt, Dependency and Despair. It might shine light on decades of failed Democrat policies and politics. It might coax people into asking more questions that may not bode well for The Man Who Would Be King and his cronies.
And we can’t have that now, can we?