The media has not only stopped trying to hide their unprofessional and childish left-wing biases; they’re not even trying to hide The Crazy anymore. Here’s “venerated” CBS newsman Bob Schieffer after Obama’s gun control speech today:
BOB SCHIEFFER: …Let’s remember: there was considerable opposition when Lyndon Johnson went to the Congress and…presented some of the most comprehensive civil rights legislation in the history of this country. Most people told him he couldn’t get it done, but he figured out a way to do it. And that’s what Barack Obama is going to have to do…what happened in Newtown was probably the worst day in this country’s history since 9/11. We found Osama bin Laden. We tracked him down. We changed the way that we dealt with that problem. Surely, finding Osama bin Laden; surely passing civil rights legislation, as Lyndon Johnson was able to do; and before that, surely, defeating the Nazis, was a much more formidable task than taking on the gun lobby.
As Newsbusters reports, Schieffer then pushed hard for Obama and Democrats to keep fighting for gun control:
SCHIEFFER: This is a turning point in this country, and the President is going to have to do more than just make a speech about it. This is one of the best speeches I’ve ever heard him deliver, but it’s going to take more than that from the White House. He’s going to have to get his hands dirty. He’s going to have to get in there and – and work this problem until he gets it done. But unless we figure out a way to make sure that something like Newtown never happens again, we’re not the country that we once were. I think we still are. I think there’s hope. I think something’s going to happen here.
Bob Schieffer — just another left-wing, Republican-despising loon who got himself some media credentials and a television show. And a presidential debate moderator!
Remember when the media frowned on Nazi comparisons? Good times.
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