Oh look, another unhinged left winger who other liberals will ignore while they continue their feigned indignation against Rush Limbaugh.
This time it isn't Maher or Olbermann or Matthews or Schultz or any of the usual suspects who warrant nary a glance from their ideological brethren when they spew hate that if uttered by anyone right of center would warrant immediate formation of a media lynch mob. (audio clip after page break)
No, this one comes from radio host Mike Malloy, a man so beyond the pale he was once fired by Air America Radio. Malloy, who's creepily incapable of letting 10 minutes pass without reference to bloodshed, had this to say about the victims of this week's devastating onslaught of tornadoes --
Their God, if this is the way they want to look at it, keeps smashing them into little grease spots on the pavement in - uh - uh - in, you know, in Alabama and Mississippi and Arkansas and uh Georgia and uh Oklahoma. You know, the Bible Belt, where (imitates preacher) 'They ain't going to let no goddamn science get in the way! It says in the Bible blah blah blah blah blah!'
So, according to their way of thinking, you know, God with his omnipotent thumb reaches down here and so far tonight has smashed about 20 people into a grease spot on Highway 12 or whatever the hell highway they live next to. It's so sad, it's just so sad for this, for this kind of nonsense.
The man exudes sadness, doesn't he?
Begs the question -- that baby who died, the youngest in a family of five who perished in one of the tornadoes -- just a grease spot, Mike? Or were they all grease spots in that glib, pithy description of yours? Coming up next -- proud leftist Mike Malloy expounds on the government's obligation to protect the least among us.
Malloy first came to my attention back in the fall of 2007 with his on-air divulgence of what he described as "violence fantasies" toward then-White House press secretary Dana Perino. He's made numerous appearances at NewsBusters, invariably after describing how he hopes a conservative dies a violent death. Perhaps you've noticed a pattern here as well.
His advertisers must be so proud.
(h/t, Brian Maloney at Radio Equalizer)