DC Trawler

What’s with all the death threats, libs?

Somebody just sent James O’Keefe this lovely message on Twitter. [WARNING: Rude, moronic, violent language]

I’m going to assume this guy’s name is Mike Clark, and his Twitter bio says he’s in Memphis, TN. Sending somebody a death threat is dumb to begin with, but doing so via a Twitter account with your name and location on it? That takes a special brand of stupid.

Ann Althouse just received a direct threat to her person as well. Like O’Keefe, Althouse has raised the ire of the left by videotaping them in action. Tell the truth and they call it lies. Make your point nonviolently and they threaten you. It’s like clockwork.

And it doesn’t stop there. John Nolte at Big Government has put together a compilation of the last three weeks of left-wing threats and bullying in Wisconsin. It’s getting so bad that honest liberals (no, it’s not an oxymoron) like Lee Stranahan are fed up with the media ignoring these threats. “Don’t retreat, reload” is considered violent rhetoric if a conservative says it, but “I’m going to kill you” isn’t considered violent rhetoric if a liberal says it. I keep trying not to attribute to malice what can be explained by incompetence, but are all these big-brained reporters really that inept?

By the way, if you want to bug me about this supposed “debunking” of O’Keefe’s video that I’m supposed to care about, read this, this, this, and this. And then, if you still want to whine about how a “discredited” guy like James O’Keefe keeps making fools of you, go bug NPR. If you can convince them it’s all just a lie, maybe those poor NPR execs will get their jobs back.

Good luck.

P.S. And this.

P.P.S. James Taranto: ‘Civility’ Was Always Dead.

P.P.P.S. Another threat of violence against James O’Keefe on Twitter, this one from Eugenie Blasingame of Chicago:

P.P.P.P.S. Deroy Murdock: Death Threats by the Dozens in Wisconsin.

  • lollytyg

    I do NOT understand.

    Aren’t we the ones with all the guns?

    O’Keefe, need an armed escort, security, just say so.

    “Honest your honor, I was in-fear for his life or someone else’s.”

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