Before we get started, here's a quick and important rundown of the hopelessly biased, corrupt-to-the-core media world in which we presently live...
A few dopes, most of them likely Leftist plants and Larouchers, show up at Tea Party rallies with a few dumb signs and it's a national news story for months. No one
from the Tea Party yells the N-word at a Capitol Hill ObamaCare protest and yet there's a week-long media storm saying someone did -- and nary a peep once it's proved they didn't. Someone commits a heinous mass murder in Tucson and the entire MSM Complex spends days blaming Sarah Palin because the suspected shooter never
saw some campaign maps she was supposedly associated with once upon a time.
And yet, this can happen in Wisconsin
and the national media all but ignores it and the local media all but says "you reap what you sow." Oh, wait -- that's exactly what they said.
And finally, this can happen to a Black man at the hands of union thugs
and our precious media willfully looks the other way.
Tomorrow, former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin will speak at a Tea Party rally in Madison, Wisconsin. Unless you've been asleep for the past few months, you know that right now Madison is Ground Zero in the ongoing political battle to take our country back from corrupt public unions and the Democratic politicians corrupted by them. This battle represents the very heart of what the Tea Party is about, where the national spotlight should be, and yet I don't see a long line of political types heading to my home state to take advantage of that spotlight.
Palin's going, though, and so is the Wall Street Journal's John Fund. And this is exactly where we should be going, and not just because this is where the heart of the fight for our country currently is, but also to make very clear to pro-union types that we will not be intimidated by their thuggishness.
Yesterday, upon hearing of Palin's decision,, I immediately tweeted something to the effect of, "If there's violence, Palin will get the blame from the MSM. She had it coming for showing up."
That wasn't a joke, either. Fact 1: We've already seen a campaign of violence in Wisconsin at the hands of pro-union types. Fact 2: We've already seen the corrupt MSM blame Palin for Tucson.
This morning, predictably, I woke up to this
Sarah Palin To Be Pelted With Cheese Curds In Wisconsin Saturday
The Koch Brothers think it’s hilarious when their dumb puppets have to go face huge, angry crowds of political opponents. Remember the movie Trading Places? It’s the same idea: Incredibly rich old white creeps just torture their own lackeys whenever it gets dull oppressing the faceless poor and destroying the Earth to make Dixie Cups and Brawny paper douche towels. So the Koch Brothers are bringing Sarah Palin to Madison, right there at the State Capitol, for an “Americans For Prosperity” rally. Haha the union people and college kids are going to pelt her with a million pounds of Wisconsin’s famous Fried Cheese Turds. Or curds, whatever. Curdle Rain. Poor snowbilly grifter! ...
It’s a shame this country has turned into such an evil socialist toilet that midwesterners would stoop so low as to stoop down and get a handful of cheese curds and hurl them at Sarah Palin, the Koch Brothers’ latest human prank on Wisconsin.
The entire piece is a smugger-than-thou and an openly hostile laugh riot, laughing at the idea of a riot.
Sure, it's easy to dismiss the source; snarky Wonkette being snarky Wonkette, until you realize that Ana Marie Cox, the founder of Wonkette, is now deeply embedded in the MSM
. Truth be told, the only difference between the mainstream media and the Wonkette-types out there is the latter's willingness to be more open about their hate and contempt.
Because Palin just happens to be "dumb" enough to be right about everything, I have no doubt she knows what's going on in Wisconsin at the hands of these despicable pro-union thugs. But she's absolutely right to go there. This is the United States. Mobs don't rule here, law and order does, and the brave confront the bullies, they don't run from them. I can't speak for Palin and John Fund, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least if sending this loud and clear message wasn't behind a decision many others chosen not to make. Which begs the question....
If there's violence in Madison tomorrow -- and I pray to God there isn't -- will the MSM's response be Wonkette-ish? Tucson-ish? Or you reap-what-you-sow-ish?
If you're hoping for a righteous response, you haven't been paying attention.