The propaganda on America's "Fair & Balanced" newsroom, Fox News, must be quite effective. Randall Linn, an Indiana man who pled guilty to setting a fire in a mosque, told the court that the reason for his shenanigans was that he got "riled up" as a result of watching Fox News. When the judge asked him if was acquainted with any Muslims or Islam, he responded "No, I only know what I hear on Fox News and what I hear on radio." This sterling example of the kind of American patriotism touted on Fox Nation said that “Muslims are killing Americans and trying to blow stuff up" and "most Muslims are terrorists and don’t believe in Jesus Christ.” Who says that Fox viewers aren't well informed!
And Aria, Crowder never said he pushed that guy to the ground. The video evidence shows he didnt push the guy to the ground. You’re taking him saying he was pushing people back to keep them from the tent and twisting it to say he pushed this guy down. You lie. He never said he pushed that man down. Show me this supposed link where Crowder says he pushed down the man that attacked him. You cant. You take something else and make it the lie you want to believe because in the end its all about justifying the violence to you. Your whole schtick is that he deserved it. Thats the difference between people like you and me. When there’s violence it doesnt matter who did what to who in my world; the person doing the attacking is wrong. In your world its all about who got attacked. If the roles were reversed you would be outraged, but since it was a conservative being attacked you MUST find a way to justify it.
As for that other part of his defence (i.e. having drunk 45 beers) methinks he was exaggerating. Can’t figure out why, though. Can you?
Anyway, nobody invented that stuff: he presented both stories as part of his defence.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to ya.
If you are Crowder, thanks for blocking me from posting on your Facebook and Twitter when I called you on your whole “I’m peaceful, unions are violent BS” with your tweets saying “Patriots” should murder Obama supporters to keep them from voting, and that you hope Tea Partiers are serious about mass murdering Occupiers.
Care to address that now?
If you’re not Crowder, We’ve debunked you with links to his video, as well as other videos. We’ve also provided you with articles of Crowder getting caught in lies and admitting that, yes- he was there to start a fight, Yes, he did push that guy to the ground, and yes, the reason he gave his ultimatum was because he wanted a rematch first. You wouldn’t eve pretend you were gonna look, kinda like Joshua “Where’ your links?” Hatheway.
The topic is Randall Linn admitting that his racism against Muslims was formed by Fox News, and that the 45 beers excuse doesn’t hold water because we all looked up the numbers and there’s no way he would have been able to stand, let alone show the coherence to commit arson.
Oh, wait- those are just the examples literally everyone who has seen even one source outside of Fox News knows about.
My bad, the only person who’s less willing to look at a second source than you is the mad one.
Speaking of which… U, I have the video. I burned it to a DVD from my work relay. You know what else is on there? Lee Stranahan’s video, several AFP videos, spectator videos from both sides… and they all show the same thing: The AFP compromising their tent until it has to be collapsed as a hazard, and Crowder blatantly picking a fight with the project foreman.
SPOILER: Not what you’re trying to claim at all. You really should let this one go before what respect for your intelligence we could still possibly have is forfeit.
Newshounds: We believe you!
Examples of Fox News advocating, promoting or supporting setting mosques on fire…you have GOT to be kidding me. It’s like that episode of Family Guy where Lois’ brother was killing fat guys, and she refused to believe it, making excuses for him even when confronted with evidence like his bedroom being plastered with pictures of him strangling people, or a corpse under his bed. Yes, you’ve actually managed to be such a parody of a real person, that you are now reflecting an episode of Family Guy. Bravo
I didn’t catch who said the above statements; was it Louie Gommert®-Texas?