Monday, January 10, 2011

Liberals put Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in their “sights” long before Sarah Palin

The left has been up in arms implying that map by Sarah Palin showing targeted states and legislatures (including Gabrielle Giffords) for the 2010 election was provocation for her attempted assassination. But in an informative article by Drew Zahn, of the Worldnetdaily Look Who Else Put 'Bull's-eye' on Giffords, Zahn points out the due to Giffords yes vote on a 2008 deregulation bill back by AT&T, the Daily KOS founder, Markos Moulitsas, placed Giffords on his “target list.”

In a 2008 Daily Kos post, Moulitsas listed Giffords as one of dozens of representatives with "a bull's-eye on their district" for being a "bad apple" Democrat.” Further there is the Democrats 2004 Targeting map, which looks identical to Palin's map



The Daily KOS also posted a one of the blog's diary writers, identifying himself as "BoyBlue", berating Gifford saying she is “now dead to me.” The post was dated Jan 6, 2011 and was removed after Gifford’s shooting.

Today, just a little while ago, I saw on Andrea Mitchell Reports that Giffords voted against Nancy Pelosi as our minority leader. … Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is dead to me now.”

After the shooting "BoyBlue" left this rambling accusatory post after apologizing for his previous post.

“However, I have to offer a heartfelt 'f--- you' to the right-wing blogs," he writes, "for even mentioning my username here in any connection to that unspeakable and unthinkable horror."

Sorry BlueBoy, but you can't put the smoke back in the box just by sounding indignant.

By now the American people have become used to the hypocritical rantings of the left that have for years tried to paint the conservative right and Tea Party as violent with absolutely no evidence, when it has always been the left that has called out for violent revolution, including the murder and assassination of those had hinder their agenda. With typical liberal hyperbole they rant against that for which they are the most guilty, using revisionists history to try and hide their hypocrisy. But of all things it is the internet that has been their downfall; as it's hard to deny history when it's just a click away and staring you in the face.

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