CNN Asks If Dorner Fans 'Have a Point'

This afternoon, CNN's Brooke Baldwin asked a panel of four if supporters of suspected mass-murderer Christopher Dorner might "have a point." After all, he did claim to be fighting against injustice.

Marc Lamont Hill, a Columbia University professor, could hardly contain his excitement. He actually found the murder rampage "exciting" "like 'Django Unchained' in real life." In response to a panelist who points out, "We have a law. There are appropriate ways to do [remedy a grievance.], Hill says, "What if proper channels don't work?"  

Uhm…

CNN won't talk about the state of the American economy, but whether or not an evil mass-murder might have a point is open for discussion.

This has to be seen to be believed. And let's pray the families of Dorner's victims didn't witness CNN "ask questions" that effectively add a sense of legitimacy to a killer's actions and to those who would like to see him turned into some kind of folk hero.

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Hey, remember all those panels CNN panels convened to ask if supporters of abortion clinic bombers might have a point?

Neither do I.

The moral illiteracy that infects the news media knows no bounds.

 

Follow  John Nolte on Twitter @NolteNC


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