Apparently, Michelle Malkin is furious that people are accusing right-wing pundits of mainstreaming the conspiracy theories that incited Richard Poplawski to kill three police officers in Pennsylvania.
Michelle Malkin...whined to her cultlike audience that liberals were being mean to them: "You killed these police officers. It’s all your fault."Because as everyone who matters knows, you absolutely cannot blame cultural commentators for corrupting public morals, unless you're talking about Hollywood movies or rap music.
Speaking of which, here's Malkin on popular young musical artists The Coup:
Sept. 11 brought home the lesson that vile ideas have bloody consequences -- no matter how "daggone funky" they may sound to mush-headed music critics.So why can't we say that Richard Poplawski's rampage brought home the lesson that trigger-happy paranoiac gibberish has bloody consequences, no matter how "daggone patriotic" it may sound to freedom-lovin' Internet tough guys and the women who love them?
Because "to think that revolution can be carried out peacefully, within the framework of bourgeois democracy, which is adapted to the rule of the bourgeoisie, means that one has either gone out of one's mind and lost normal human understanding, or has grossly and openly repudiated the proletarian revolution," duh.
Or to put it another, less highminded way, IOKIYAR.
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