Fox Nation editor and O’Reilly Factor producer Jesse Watters has some ‘splaining to do about the racist, murderous comments we found on Fox Nation about Ferguson protesters. And then tell us again about how black people complaining about racism is “old, tired rhetoric.”
Aria found 42 extremely disturbing comments earlier this week.
Some were on this thread with the inflammatory title, "Rep. John Lewis Calls for 'Massive, Non-Violent Protests' Nationwide if Wilson Isn't Indicted." This is the same John Lewis that Bill O'Reilly and Bernard Goldberg recently chided for being too civil rights-y.
Even worse were the comments on this thread with the deliberately inflammatory title, “FBI: Ferguson Grand Jury Decision 'Will Likely' Lead to Violence.”
Notify the Department of Homeland Security of the postings on both Hate Nation and Hannocchio’s Facebook pages https://twitter.com/dhsgov.
But JESUS- This one is ghoulish, even for them.
Then, after about an hour of causing every right-winger in the country to, um, soil their clothes and maybe lead to a few suicides after revealing his plans to tax the Koch Brothers and Sheldon Adelson and the rest of the right-wing billionaires at a 99.99% rate (and seizing all their assets to cover their years of underpaid taxes) and to redistribute all the fortunes of every past GOP contributor to the poor (with Blacks and Hispanics getting the bulk of the moneys), Obama ends the address with “Just kidding, folks. Republicans have spent the past 6 years demonizing me and the mindless voters who keep electing them keep falling for their manipulations, so I thought I’d give them all a little taste of their worst fears realized so they could see just how UNLIKE that picture of me I really am.” Then, just before he signs off for the night, he adds this little warning: “On the other hand, if the new Republican Congress pisses me off, maybe I’ll follow through and become exactly what they’ve been warning everyone about. And how, exactly, will they stop me? Especially if I’m that horrible dictator they claim I already am. They’ll never know what hit them.” (Then, maybe for a little extra theatricality, he could end with a slightly maniacal laugh—similar to Vincent Price’s laugh at the end of “Thriller.”)
*Actually, since January 3, 2015 falls on a Saturday, I don’t know if the Congress will meet that day or if they’ll wait until the 5th which is a Monday. And I can’t find anything to clarify which date is correct.
Then again, this IS FoxNution we’re dealing with. The folkkks there treat facts as insignificant trivial nonsense (unless the facts back them up—then facts are sacrosanct and can never be challenged).
It would be ironic if it weren’t so predictable, but Hannity tonight had a segment with that pathetic David Webb “reporting” from somewhere around St. Louis, wasn’t at all clear where, about what Hannity called “violent” street protests, though Webb had no reports of actual violence to share, and particularly was predictably outraged that “racial epithets,” as in “honky,” were being thrown at the cops by the protesters.
Scary, huh? Bad, bad black people!
If you wanna preview, check out the one about Michael Brown’s father- At around Noon my time, that was the worst of the three, despite having the least comments. From insulting his parenting, to telling him they’re glad his son is dead, to round whatever we’re up to of Ferguson hate, the only way that could be worse is if Watters was allowing the N-Word on it. And I’m not so sure I won’t find that when I start grabbing.