Please, somebody start a Hatemongers Anonymous 12-Step group for Michelle Malkin. She could have plenty Fox News homeys there with her but if anyone seems powerless over hate mongering and in need of an intervention over it, it’s Malkin. She seems incapable of going more than a few seconds before becoming overrun with sanctimonious hostility. Last night’s case in point, Malkin appeared on the Hannity show and gleefully smiled as she urged viewers to “contemplate” impeaching our “Jihadi-coddling” president.
In the clip below, Sean Hannity – who almost certainly could also benefit from a group like Hatemongers Anonymous – prodded Malkin to start a diatribe of derision when he asked, “What if we find out that the President of the United States lied heading into this election?” He was referring to the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, of course.
Malkin looked pleased as punch as she said,
Well, there are many constitutional provisions for recourse on this and I think that they have to be contemplated. I also think that there needs to be grassroots nationwide pressure. One of the things that I found so heartening before Election Day is that we had ordinary citizens who were capable of informing themselves and getting to the truth and the facts about what’s happening… and this administration and this candidate and this president was forced to see signs from people reminding them that they will not forget the seven hours of Hell that the murdered Americans went through before they perished in Benghazi and it’s the same thing with Camp Bastion attack which I raised questions about on behalf of murdered Marines in that case and the lack of security – questions about rules of engagement that have been compromised by this politically-correct, jihadi-coddling administration.
You got that? Malkin doesn’t just want to start pressuring for President Obama to be impeached - she found it “heartening” that Americans showed the same kind of hate for him that she does.
This woman needs help.
Malkin and a number of other Foxites already have indicators showing a propensity for Alzheimer’s – sloppy parsing, fractured associations and limited empathy even as young adults. It’s a neurological condition that wasn’t important for a species that had a limited life span until science applied to public health extended that life span. We are witnessing some of the negative side effects of those public health measures, neurologically augmented psychosis in an environment free of most natural predation – thus freedom and supports enabling a projection of those aberrations.
Examine an essay you wrote in your late teens or early twenties. If it shows qualities such as lucidity, nuance, intelligent associations, empathy then chances are very good you will not succumb to Alzheimer’s.
Well, for starters, to have a heart attack, you have to have a heart (or, at least, a reasonable facsimile). As for blood, I’d guess that Miss Malangaangannagnagna doesn’t have blood as much as she has ichor (or, perhaps, more fitting her species*, acid).
*If you look at a picture of her under just the right conditions, she does bear a resemblance to a young Alien.
In Defense of Internment: The Case for âRacial Profilingâ in World War II and the War on Terror
I still can’t believe Ms. Maglalang wrote that book, knowing full well had she been alive during WWII, she would have been among those being interned . . .
That would be a plus for her. Latest findings show high blood pressure causes early-onset Alzheimers, as early as mid-30s.
Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores
In Defense of Internment: The Case for ‘Racial Profiling’ in World War II and the War on Terror
Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild
Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies
Malkin is Gen. Turgidson (precious bodily fluids) from Dr. Strangelove. The fringe crazies all agree with Hitler – there is bad blood and it must be eradicated.
If so, I know just the place for her:
As long as it’s still open, may as well put it to good use . . .
*Yeah, “Family Guy” did a similar joke, only using Ann Coulter. (Lois had gone to work for Fox and, during the tour, the guide showed her where they keep Ann Coulter as a refrigerator in the break room. One of the male employees spreads Coulter’s legs apart, from which a light emanates, and he says “There’s never anything good in here.”)
My bad — he could just as easily have been referring to a previous president clearin’ bresh on his fake ranch when warned by a NSA staffer of a terrorist attack . . . or sitting on his ass reading fiction to schoolkids with a dumb look on his face when said attack took place . . . or starting two wars of choice on nations that didn’t attack us based on fake intel in response to said terrorist attack . . . or wiretapping US citizens without warrants . . . or outing a covert CIA agent for political retribution . . .
Of course, the mere suggestion of impeachment in any of the above elicited howls of “treason!” from Hannity and Malkin, followed by the pronouncement by Nancy Pelosi that impeachment was “off the table” . . .