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11/8/2018

Tucker Carlson And Family Targeted By A Mob Of Moral Cowards

Filed under: General — Dana @ 11:14 am

[guest post by Dana]

Last night, Tucker Carlson’s wife was at home alone when a mob of approximately 20 individuals congregated in front of the Carlson’s Northwest D.C. home and pounded on the front door, terrifying Mrs. Carlson:

“I called my wife,” Carlson told The Washington Post in a phone interview. “She had been in the kitchen alone getting ready to go to dinner and she heard pounding on the front door and screaming. … Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”

His wife, thinking it was a home invasion, locked herself in the pantry and called 911, Carlson said. The couple have four children, but none were home at the time.

But it wasn’t a home invasion. It was a **protest.

According to reports, those claiming responsibility are part of an already familiar group of agitators called Smash Racism D.C.:

According to now-deleted social media posts shared by Smash Racism D.C., a local anti-fascist organization whose members have been tied to other demonstrations against prominent Republican figures, activists showed up outside Carlson’s home Wednesday and they had a message for him.

“Tucker Carlson, we are outside your home,” one person could be heard saying in the since-deleted video. The person, using a bullhorn, accused Carlson of “promoting hate” and “an ideology that has led to thousands of people dying.”

“We want you to know, we know where you sleep at night,” the person concluded, before leading the group to chant, “Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”

Clearly hypocrisy and irony is lost on these imbeciles.

Carlson described the events:

Carlson said the protesters had blocked off both ends of his street and carried signs that listed his home address. The group called Carlson a “racist scumbag” and demanded that he “leave town,” according to posts on Twitter. A woman was also overheard in one of the deleted videos saying she wanted to “bring a pipe bomb” to his house, he said.

“It wasn’t a protest. It was a threat,” said Carlson, who is often denounced by critics, particularly liberal ones, for his rhetoric about immigrants and minorities on his Fox News show. “They weren’t protesting anything specific that I had said. They weren’t asking me to change anything. They weren’t protesting a policy or advocating for legislation. … They were threatening me and my family and telling me to leave my own neighborhood in the city that I grew up in.”

On social media accounts, the activists made their point clear:

On Twitter, Smash Racism D.C. accused Carlson of spreading “fear into our homes” every night, taking particular issue with his comments about the migrant caravan.

“Tonight you’re reminded that we have a voice,” a now-deleted tweet read. “Tonight, we remind you that you are not safe either.”

“Fascists are vulnerable. Confront them at their homes!”

“Protecting ourselves and our communities means interfering with those who make a platform for hate,” the statement said. “So we will go to their homes and their workplaces, and find them in restaurants.”

According to Brian Stelter, who viewed the police report:

The police report describes the incident as a “suspected hate crime” and says the motivation was “anti-political.”

One would think that a reasonable people would universally, and unhesitatingly condemn the illegal actions of moral cowards intent on terrorizing a family because they hold views different than their own. Because that’s what good and decent people of all stripes do. Or did, once upon a time. So while it may have once been the norm, it no longer is:

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How hard is it to put yourself and your family in the Carlson’s shoes? If your loved ones were being threatened and frightened in a similar manner, would you not be enraged and upset and determined to see those guilty brought to justice? Would you not, with absolute clarity, allowing nothing as mundane and temporal as politics to obstruct your view, know, unequivocally, that this behavior is wrong and should be condemned? You would see it clearly if it happened to you. You would feel the rising nausea as you envisioned your own spouse crouched in abject terror. If it happened to you. The wrong of it would be a brutal slap of reality to your smug, closely held views of politics, race and the state of America. But reasonable people, who still know right from wrong and whose inner-selves are not polluted with political deceit and deception, would know this without it having to happen to them. That there are many who are not condemning what happened, is disturbing. That others believe what happened is a justified form of “rough justice” because they don’t like Carlson and his ideas, is even more disturbing. Something is terribly broken inside any individual who believes this is little more than a political strategy, or an effort to shed light on bad ideas. But not even these individuals deserve to ever have this happen to them. How has this become so hard for people to understand?

And this works both ways, on both sides of the political aisle. It should all be equally condemned:

An Arkansas man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly making death threats against CNN anchor Don Lemon. According to a press release from the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office, 39-year-old Benjamin Craig Matthews has been charged with “terroristic threatening” (five counts in the first degree, four in the second) and harassing communications (nine counts).

In one of his calls to CNN, Matthews allegedly threatened to beat up Lemon. It didn’t end there, the Baxter Bulletin reports:

The next day, Matthews is accused of calling the network six times in the span of 23 minutes. During one of the calls Matthews reportedly asked to be directed to Lemon’s “dead body hanging from a tree.”

During another call in that short span, Matthews reportedly asked the operator to help kill Lemon.

One Nov. 2, the next, Matthews is accused of placing another six calls to the network during another 23-minute time span. In three of those calls, Matthews is accused of asking his calls be directed to “pipe bombs for Don Lemon.

Helpful hint: If you despise the politics and ideas of Tucker Carlson (or Don Lemon), then do the hard work of persuading them of the rightness of your views, do the hard work of demonstrating why they are wrong, challenge and compel them to re-think beliefs and ideals. Of course, it really goes without saying that cowardly pussies are just that, and incapable of doing the real hard work.

Preemptive strike: It is equally condemnable that Christine Blasey-Ford and her family have had to move four times because of threats and harassment from horrible people. I shouldn’t have to note this, but this is where we’re at…

(**Clearly it all depends on what your definition of protest is.)

(Cross-posted at The Jury Talks Back.)

–Dana

89 Responses to “Tucker Carlson And Family Targeted By A Mob Of Moral Cowards”

  1. Hello.

    Dana (023079)

  2. This, Dana, right here, is why I despise all the juvenile name calling, dancing on dead people’s graves, jokes about child molestation, and even rape jokes that are tolerated here pretty much daily. It’s is the mindset that leads directly to this kind of hatred. It begins with “humor” that depersonalizes. Then it goes, well, to the comments you posted.

    But it’s not my blog.

    Simon Jester (c8876d)

  3. No arrests? This was an attempted home invasion. Four to fifteen (that’s years) in Illinois.

    nk (dbc370)

  4. happyfeet never tried to break down my door and he knows where I live. Speech is not violence, no matter how much the leftist thugs at college protests, who steal speakers’ notes and smash audience members’ heads, may claim it is.

    nk (dbc370)

  5. nk, maybe I’ve missed it, but I can’t find anything about arrest(s) being made.

    Dana (023079)

  6. And that’s why I call those “protesters” cultural Marxists, as defined.

    Paul Montagu (4575b4)

  7. No Simon this is an organized effort directed by the same people who targeted Sarah huckabee,endorsed by CNN, because she is an unperson.

    Narciso (9b5328)

  8. where does it end

    what i hate is how we’re already seeing people like scott pruitt spending obscene amounts of money on security –

    which was probably warranted

    but this idea that we all have to pay to keep these fumble-bums secure and safe as houses

    that’s really nauseating

    and a lot of them really are terrible people

    but so are the people harassing them

    and the local cops are invariably nasty and useless

    so where does it end

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  9. Or anarchists like the peoples will or the iww

    Narciso (9b5328)

  10. It is equally condemnable that Christine Blasey-Ford and her family have had to move four times because of threats and harassment from horrible people.

    Christine Blasey-Ford perpetrated a deceitful rape hoax on an innocent person (Brett Kavanaugh) just cause he was a conservative nominee for an open seat on the US Supreme Court.

    And scored a cool million bucks with lots more on the way.

    Absent any consequences for her abusiveness and lies I’d say she’s gotten off pretty lightly.

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  11. This quote from Iglesias really offends me:

    ….if your instinct is to empathize with the fear of the Carlson family rather than with the fear of his victims….

    Exactly who has Tucker Carlson victimized? The thought that conservative pundits can now be accused of harming people is repugnant.

    Chuck Bartowski (bc1c71)

  12. People’s families used to be off limits during elections and campaigns, but now it’s apparently OK to use them as hostages, according to the far left. When will the Democrats step up and condemn this, like they demand of every Republican and the President for every thing that some nut does.

    Rochf (877dba)

  13. The Lefty-Statist conditioning continues apace.

    Two unthinkable acts on this one day: Invasion of commentator’s home and physical altercation AT the White House, within 10 feet of POTUS – for ALL to see.

    The best part is the absolute refusal by the Lefty Brown Shirts to acknowledge the CNN turd forcibly kept the microphone from a young lady. Do no believe your lying eyes! Trust what WE say happened. Anyone working for DJT has it coming, anyway, right?

    Now that the tyrannical evils have been boldly loosed (basically since just before DJT won), watch how Good Germans (USA folks) choose to withdraw an avoid the ugliness. Observe as they talk themselves into believing these relatively infrequent occurrences won’t possibly bring down America as we know it. Then, with any number of witting and complicit prosecutors and judges, be amazed at how attacks are minimized and papered over.

    The illest of winds are blowing.

    Ed from SFV (6d42fa)

  14. Mao’s and Lenin’s children.

    Locke (dd0486)

  15. No arrests? This was an attempted home invasion. Four to fifteen (that’s years) in Illinois.

    Yelling at a house isn’t attempted home invasion. Plus there’s no video showing people breaking in the front door. There is video of one of them walking up and pushing the doorbell.

    Being a butthead isn’t a crime, maybe a protest without a permit might earn them a ticket and fine.

    Colonel Klink (Ret) (abc493)

  16. Carlson’s so-called victims are watching Chris Hayes or Anderson Cooper, not his show.

    Paul Montagu (4575b4)

  17. My feeling is you should do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

    This is called the Happy Pikachu rule btw, and it’s a real good advise.

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  18. media saying california shooter n.r.a. member. anybody know if this is true?

    lany (59470e)

  19. I would have politely asked them to get off my property if they were on it and if they didn’t leave, well you call in private contractors to cordon the perimeter and let nature take its course.

    mg (928b4d)

  20. “Exactly who has Tucker Carlson victimized? The thought that conservative pundits can now be accused of harming people is repugnant.”

    Didn’t you know? Our speech is violence but their violence is speech.

    Stephen J. (f77922)

  21. “False flag!”
    “Fake news!”
    “Lock him up! Lock him up!”

    Sucks, doesn’t it.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  22. On Twitter, Smash Racism D.C. accused Carlson of spreading “fear into our homes” every night, taking particular issue with his comments about the migrant caravan.

    you can start by noting that this is of a piece with the safe space blither-blather what’s polluted our nasty once-respectable colleges and universities

    what this means is that a rational and effective response to these fascist tactics can’t reference or echo or appeal to safe space blither-blather

    yes yes that’s a good place to start

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  23. “Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”

    But there is no video. Sigh!

    nk (dbc370)

  24. this reminds me of those nasty abortion protestors what used to be so abusive to those poor girls trying to go get abortions done so they could kill their babies

    they’d yell and scream and carry on

    and it was very very hard on the poor girls, all the hate and the rage

    so then people passed laws

    that’s probably what’s gonna have to happen here to cover situation like what happened at Casa Carlson

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  25. *situations* i mean

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  26. lany, he was a veteran of the Marines, according to this:

    story

    I’m sure someone will try to politicize that, too.

    Chuck Bartowski (bc1c71)

  27. “aal” says…

    “Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”

    But there is no video. Sigh!
    nk (dbc370) — 11/8/2018 @ 12:31 pm

    People can claim anything they want, but the whole thing had video coverage since there was no “throwing” of anyone or anything at any other thing, Yes, in the video(s), as there are about a dozen from different angles. People on the internet make up stuff.

    Oh right, Weta digital had captured the video weeks ago, processed it so they could release it proving that the thing that didn’t happen, didn’t happen, so it could be aired live on InstaFaceTweetFoxCNN, sure. It’s all a conspiracy, only helium balloons and infodunce could get to the bottom of it.

    In fact, it was Hillary Clinton, yeah, she threw herself at the door, RBG was there too, that’s how she hurt herself, yeah, and…and…

    Or a bunch of a-holes yelled at a man who wears bow ties house. I’m sorry, if you are under 70 and wearing a bowtie, F/U, you should be yelled at. Stupid bow ties.

    Colonel Klink (Ret) (ab0951)

  28. I would have politely asked them to get off my property if they were on it and if they didn’t leave, well you call in private contractors to cordon the perimeter and let nature take its course.

    I would turn on my sprinkler system.

    JVW (42615e)

  29. Like Antiafa this organization is constantly involved in mob violence, and is a criminal conspiracy.

    But I agree with the Never-trumpers, we should never behave like this, and only express mild disapproval of people like Matt Ygleslis who seems to approve of thugs and violence against the Left.
    BTW, when Brietbart died, Matt Yglelsis said he was glad, and that more Conservatives should die.

    But I mean, its not like Matt is a Trump suporter. That would be a bridge too far!

    rcocean (1a839e)

  30. Dude, he dropped the Bow Tie after the last Dem wave in 2007.

    urbanleftbehind (6b82d4)

  31. I hope Conservatives remain civil, turn the other cheek and don’t get too worked up about mobs intimidating Conservative TV hosts.

    After all, its just Tucker Carlson’s problem. And he’s a trump supporter. Its not the Left will EVER come after anyone else on the Republican side.

    I’m waiting for the day that all Trump supporters are silenced, so that the true conservatives, like Jennifer rubin and bill kristol, can be Right-wing Stars again.

    rcocean (1a839e)

  32. I would turn on my sprinkler system.

    JVW (42615e) — 11/8/2018 @ 1:35 pm

    If you were in California, they’d jail you for illegally using water except during permitted times.

    NJRob (8b4699)

  33. Why do the Social media sites allow these hate groups to continue to have active accounts?

    Brotherico (54e353)

  34. Dorsey blue check brigade, think it’s doubleunplusgood,

    narciso (d1f714)

  35. OT,

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/11/08/daca-federal-appeals-court-blocks-trump-administration-ending-program/1931643002/

    Do we still pretend that the Courts are the final arbiter of the law or are they just another politicized form of government?

    NJRob (8b4699)

  36. Put the blame where it squarely belongs:

    1. The perpetrators
    2. The people who fund the organization and activities
    3. The politicians who actively promote it.

    Make them accountable.

    Colonel Haiku (f2bc98)

  37. 31… I sense a trace of bitterness…

    Colonel Haiku (f2bc98)

  38. I would turn on my sprinkler system

    Really loud machine gun fire played over surround-sound speakers would make them scatter much faster. Plus, it would be fun to watch.

    Chuck Bartowski (bc1c71)

  39. well it is the 9th circus, but the point still applies, it’s rather striking how a program derived on now law, seems eternal, like Duncan mcleod,

    narciso (d1f714)

  40. 27… I thought that though our politics may differ, all people here would have enough sense to condemn this. Sad to say I was wrong.

    Colonel Haiku (f2bc98)

  41. Yglesias should shut up and sing. It ain’t over until the fat Mattie sings.

    Colonel Haiku (f2bc98)

  42. this is why general Burkhalter and major hofstadler, always had to supervise,

    narciso (d1f714)

  43. Brotherico,

    Twitter has suspended the account of Smash Racism DC., the antifa mob that claimed responsibility for last night’s events at Tucker Carlson’s home.

    Dana (023079)

  44. “If you despise the politics and ideas of Tucker Carlson (or Don Lemon), then do the hard work of persuading them of the rightness of your views, do the hard work of demonstrating why they are wrong, challenge and compel them to re-think beliefs and ideals. Of course, it really goes without saying that cowardly pussies are just that, and incapable of doing the real hard work.”

    Tucker does actually do debates, Don Lemon…well, the first result I got in Google search for ‘don lemon debate’ (no autocomplete even!) was this article:

    https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/cnn-s-don-lemon-tells-contributor-to-shut-up-in-heated-debate-1.6547810

    So one individual may more productively respond to this tactic than another (the one who isn’t an obvious AA hire.)

    Ajami (9b99c6)

  45. 27:

    “Or a bunch of a-holes yelled at a man who wears bow ties house. I’m sorry, if you are under 70 and wearing a bowtie, F/U, you should be yelled at. Stupid bow ties.”

    Trumps victory cured him of the carryover libertarian bow-tie habit.

    Oh and as for the rest of that post TAKE YOUR MEDS, KLINK, YEESH, RETIREMENT SHOULD BE ABOUT MORE THAN ANGRILY YELLING AT CLOUDS

    Ajami (233458)

  46. “That others believe what happened is a justified form of “rough justice” because they don’t like Carlson and his ideas, is even more disturbing.”

    A bit rude to subtweet our host’s penchant for antifa rhetoric like that:

    http://patterico.com/2018/09/13/punk-vs-punk/

    “Tucker Carlson, aka The Most Punchable Guy on Television,”

    Ajami (86980a)

  47. breaking news ktar radio reporting 13 counties throwing away mcsally votes from voters who dropped off mail in ballots at polling places on election day. any ballot not counted by 7:00 pm on election day was thrown away!

    az jay (59470e)

  48. The person, using a bullhorn, accused Carlson of “promoting hate”

    That may be true, but their real objection is that he’s promoting Donald Trump. Whom they don’t try to bother because of the Secret Service.

    They don’t say, by the way, exactly what Tucker Carlson said that was objectionable, or whom and what exactly he promotes hate of. It’s a much bigger problem than Tucker Carlson.

    and “an ideology that has led to thousands of people dying.”

    Maybe in Europe or Australia, but not in the Western hemisphere. Probably not there too, unless you want to say that the indirect effect of that ideology. Now it could lead to the deaths of thousands in the future if people hold to it.

    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/asylum-claims-based-fear-gang-violence-sessions/story?id=55807902

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions is making an aggressive new move to crack down on illegal immigration, announcing Monday that the Trump administration will no longer accept asylum claims based on fear of domestic violence, gang violence or other “personal crime.”

    “Our nation’s immigration laws provide for asylum to be granted to individuals who have been persecuted, or who have a well-founded fear of persecution, on account of their membership in a ‘particular social group,’ but most victims of personal crimes do not fit this definition — no matter how vile and reprehensible the crime perpetrated against them,” a Justice Department statement said.

    But he just got fired. They should be cheering.

    And they ought to go after Vladimir Putin because that’s the person really promoting the ideology they claim to hate.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/03/its-putins-world/513848/

    And aren’t they themselves maybe guilty of promoting policies that could lead to the deaths of thousands?

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)

  49. 20.

    Didn’t you know? Our speech is violence but their violence is speech

    I second the emotion.

    Who knows what would happen, and to what things this would be applied to, if Democrats were all in power?

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)

  50. democrats steal election from mcsalley by throwing away her mail in ballot votes in 13 countries. sinema “steals” lead. other republicans flipped too!

    az jay (59470e)

  51. breaking news ktar radio reporting 13 counties throwing away mcsally votes from voters who dropped off mail in ballots at polling places on election day. any ballot not counted by 7:00 pm on election day was thrown away!

    Well, other than being exactly the opposite of reality, good meme. No one is throwing anything away, the GOPoA is fighting to not allow mail-in ballots to be fully counted.

    Colonel Klink (Ret) (53dc67)

  52. Here’s the whole quote. Which, BTW, is also at the top of Dana’s post:

    “I called my wife,” Carlson told The Washington Post in a phone interview. “She had been in the kitchen alone getting ready to go to dinner and she heard pounding on the front door and screaming. … Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”

    His wife, thinking it was a home invasion, locked herself in the pantry and called 911, Carlson said. The couple have four children, but none were home at the time.

    But it wasn’t a home invasion. It was a **protest.

    But the home invaders did not video that part, therefore it’s something that was made up by people on the internet, according to one “informed source”.

    nk (dbc370)

  53. It tells you ALL you need to know about the Washington Post that they describe these brownshirted terrorists as “anti-fascist.”

    Kevin M (a57144)

  54. If someone were to, say, take a couple shots a few feet wide of Yglasias, he’d be OK with that as a demonstration.

    Kevin M (a57144)

  55. 54. They are actually, in Jonah Goldberg’s words, “liberal fascists” although I am not sure he meant people not in positions of authority.

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)

  56. I see the apologists are out in force today.

    Kevin M (a57144)

  57. They are actually, in Jonah Goldberg’s words, “liberal fascists” although I am not sure he meant people not in positions of authority.

    The WaPo has considerable power.

    Kevin M (a57144)

  58. california shooter n.r.a. member. anybody know if this is true?

    So what if it is? There are millions of NRA members. If he was a member of the Green Party, would that matter?

    Kevin M (a57144)

  59. 52 mail in ballots that were returned same day and not counted by 7:00 pm tuesday are not counted county recorder admits on kyat radio.

    az jay (59470e)

  60. “It’s not who votes, but who counts the votes that counts.”

    Now where have we heard that before. Republicans always need to win beyond the amount of fraud possible by the left. Looks like the amount of fraud is expanding.

    NJRob (1d7532)

  61. Sounds like one race is being decided on too strict guidelines and other on super lenient guidelines, both in this case to push the Dem.

    Bad bargain time:- you’ll be stuck with one but not both: Nelson or Synema and why the one and not the other?

    urbanleftbehind (6b82d4)

  62. The issue with the AZ election regards how mail-in ballots are handled when they are dropped off at the polling station on election day. Signatures on the outside envelope are compared to the signatures on file. If they match, fine. If they don’t match, different counties have different procedures, which is what Bush v Gore was all about.

    Several heavily Democrat areas try to contact the voter by phone and if it was indeed them who signed it. Most counties treat the ballot as invalid.

    The GOP is suing to have one rule, or the other, used in all counties as per Bush v Gore and the 14th Amendment.

    And of course this is being spun.

    Kevin M (a57144)

  63. if mcsally wasn’t such a pitiful depraved john mccain lick-lick she’d be senator right now

    right now as i type these encouraging words of hope

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  64. happyfeet,

    just stop. For once in your life grow up and act like an adult.

    Stop with the shtick.

    NJRob (1d7532)

  65. no it’s true she’s wants to be senator and she’s a disgusting mccain-style narcissistic ex-military lick-lick

    you’ll see Mr. Rob

    she’s not a good person she’s gross

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  66. The fish rots from the head down; so if you’re going to carry water, expect to get occasionally splashed…. such are the times we live in.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  67. He was raised by wolves, rob it can’t be helped,

    Narciso (710fa2)

  68. happyfeet, you are on warning here. Knock it off.

    JVW (42615e)

  69. One of your new pet terms now puts the comment into moderation. Stop using it.

    JVW (42615e)

  70. I will take a guess.

    felipe (023cc9)

  71. Ha! nailed it!

    felipe (023cc9)

  72. You can throw my comment away. I was just curious.

    felipe (023cc9)

  73. happyfeet, you are on warning here. Knock it off.

    He’s smearing a public figure, which should be in bounds, and not using profanity, and not personally attacking any commenters. I say let him speak freely, with no trigger words to trip him up. And I’m saying this as a pretty strong McCain supporter.

    Paul Montagu (4575b4)

  74. Tossing a bar of soap in that group of stink would’ve worked.
    Seriously, a couple of well trained mans best friends barking viciously works wonders.

    mg (9e54f8)

  75. Dana, Great article. Matt Yglesia is scum. Didn’t think so before, but this is a POV changer.

    I think the fact that there are lots of voices on the left condemning this, and condemning those that take joy in it are important. Slate is pretty left and they have an article summarizing that.
    I dislike the way that bad behavior by extremist or bad actor is held up as the standard for their side and used to justify similar a similar lack of principle by the other side. I think the fact that a lot of voices on the left are calling this out as unacceptable is important to note.

    Time123 (af99e9)

  76. Are they truly upset by the actions of their shock troops?

    Or are they upset by how all of this reflects on them?

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  77. I remember TC’s exchange with Giraffe Man…

    https://pbs.twimg.com/card_img/1060722245486698502/EdfQ6jlZ?format=jpg&name=600×314

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  78. This is the same Matty Yglesias who said it was okay for liberals to lie for the Greater Good. He’s a sh**ty human being.

    Paul Montagu (4575b4)

  79. These folks have repeatedly shown they will stop at NOTHING to gain or regain power.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  80. But TC knows his place in the D.M.V. region pecking order e.g. never badger African Americans in the same manner as he does the other blocs, because that’s not gonna be a bunch of grimey antifa wannabes preceded by their stench coming to get him.

    urbanleftbehind (5eecdb)

  81. Badger? Or try to engage?

    Colonel Haiku (f2bc98)

  82. Oh that’s Isaacson of hulk smash, I’m not going to entertain the name of the outfit.

    Narciso (2771dd)

  83. These hordes of stink need to be set up and pawned.

    mg (9e54f8)

  84. Interesting to see that Yglesias deleted all of his tweets, and started new today…

    Dana (023079)

  85. CH, When you say These folks have repeatedly shown they will stop at NOTHING to gain or regain power. Are you including the people who have specifically said “this was wrong” as well?
    There’s no excuse for what Matt Y said. A lot of people on the left are saying that. I think there’s value in acknowledging that not everyone who has different policy preferences is a fundamentally bad person.

    Time123 (f5cf77)

  86. Dana, I’ll bet he did. I guess the man is capable of some shame.

    Time123 (f5cf77)

  87. an ideology that has led to thousands of people dying.”

    I read a fuller quote in the New York Post and that seems to be talking about peopple supposedly killed by police in the United States!

    There again they would have been more logial protesting Jeff Sessions.

    Rush Limbaugh indidcated that the person who sponsored that antifa mob was on Tucker Carlson’s show in sept (and apparently got humiliated)

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)

  88. Antifa’s latest response:

    After an antifa group was widely criticized for mobbing Tucker Carlson’s home and chanting “We know where you sleep at night!” the group defended itself, pointing out that if Carlson didn’t want to get mobbed, then he shouldn’t have disagreed with them in the first place.
    As critics denounced the frightening actions of the mob, the group stood firm, claiming it was Carlson’s own fault for not parroting leftist talking points on his program.
    “There’s a really easy way not to get mobbed in public places or your own home: march in lockstep with the leftist agenda,” said a Smash Racism D.C. spokesperson. “It’s really simple.”

    Paul Montagu (4575b4)

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