Media Matters' Assault On Dana Loesch And Free Speech
If there's anything shameful in what only antisemitic Media Matters apparently still feels is an ongoing Sandra Fluke debate, it's the way antisemitic Media Matters continues it's un-American, Soros-funded war on free speech in America.
While they may be especially focused on coming for the Jews in certain areas, anyone on the Right is ultimately fair game for the crew at antisemitic Media Matters. As far as they're concerned, antisemitism is just fine; but if one dares speak out against a leftist policy of Barack Obama's, all bets are off, and they will lie and stretch any truth to silence you.
Yesterday's attack targets Big Journalism's Dana Loesch. Not coincidentally, Dana was written up at length today by Tricia Romano at the Daily Beast. Point being, if you're of the Right, the higher one's profile rises, the more vicious and dishonest are Eric Boehlert's and antisemitic Media Matters's attacks.
Dana Loesch: On Twitter, the Tea Party, and Her Rise in Media
Since she first sprang up with the Tea Party movement in 2009, Loesch has become one of the most frequently featured talking heads on CNN, where she is a contributor, as well as popping up on Real Time With Bill Maher and ABC News programs. Primed to be the next Ann Coulter, she’s following in the footsteps of her mentor, Andrew Breitbart, who passed away earlier this month.
Antisemitic Media Matters posts an audio clip of Dana Loesch's FM radio show. Dana talks about many associated topics. In between, she discusses the left's war on religion by attempting to force the Catholic church to purchase and distribute birth control. That's the heart of the matter and little more.
Among several other related remarks, Loesch suggests House Speaker John Boehner "just got out of the tanning bed, he's a little bit dizzy," going on to ask if Boehner is "an agent for Obama." Now, are we supposed to take that literally, as Media Matters would suddenly like us to with regard to pretty typical talk radio comments on Sandra Fluke? No, of course not.
In fact, in between the usual snark and hyperbole, Loesch discusses the issue quite substantively. They also include a Tweet by Loesch, which is hardly offensive.
If you expect me to pay higher insurance premiums to cover your "free" birth control, I can call you whatever I want.
Yes, even in a typically hyperbolic talk radio format, in which Loesch also works, she offers up more truth and substance than any Media Matters post ever written. I suppose Eric Boehlert and antisemitic Media Matters would have us believe she was serious at 10:53 into their silly clip when she called Uncle Sam a pervert, too? More likely, antisemitic Media Matters and George Soros either do believe that one, or they'd like you to.
What Media Matters is actually engaged in is a grossly un-American hate campaign to silence critics of the Left, Media Matters itself, and Barack Obama. Such campaigns are as dirty and malignant and un-American as one might find on the Internet--or elsewhere. They deserve to be condemned, marginalized, if not wholly ignored, and little more. It's that they always come in a purely political context that makes them as pathetic, as they are un-American. If Media Matters' reportedly bizarre and erratic David Brock and Eric Boehlert had their way, only those who agree with them would be allowed to speak in America. Now, back to your bunker, boys - and take your merry little band of paid storm trooper hacks along with you.
Inside Media Matters: Sources, memos reveal erratic behavior, close coordination with White House and news organizations
Brock, the head of the liberal nonprofit Media Matters for America, had told friends and co-workers that he feared he was in imminent danger from right-wing assassins and needed a security team to keep him safe.
The threat he faced while smoking on his roof? “Snipers,” a former co-worker recalled.
“He had more security than a Third World dictator,” one employee said, explaining that Brock’s bodyguards would rarely leave his side, even accompanying him to his home in an affluent Washington neighborhood each night where they “stood post” to protect him. “What movement leader has a detail?” asked someone who saw it.