Q. Faced with President Obama's difficult re-election prospects, is there any depth to which the desperate liberal media won't sink? A. Apparently not.
Take Thursday evening's Ed Show. Schultz accused Rep. Paul Ryan of "inciting civil war" and suggested Republicans might "want violence to take place in our society." Not to be outdone, thankfully former Florida congressman Alan Grayson called Ryan and Republicans "the real killers," akin to O.J. Simpson. Video after the jump.
I'll be back with the transcript, but in the meantime, watch Grayson and Schultz scrape the bottom of the barrel.
Question to Steve Rattner, Obama's former auto czar and Wall Street mover-and-shaker: why aren't you ashamed to appear with these two bottom dwellers?
After playing a clip of Rep. Paul Ryan describing the way President Obama is "sowing social unrest and class resentment," here was Schultz.
ED SCHULTZ: It's outrageous what that guy just said! He is inciting civil war! That's what he's doing. You take his comments, and you see exactly what they mean. It's almost as if Republicans want violence to take place in our society.
Schultz then brought in Alan Grayson.
ALAN GRAYSON: For Paul Ryan or any Republican to talk about this, to talk about the president inciting the politics of division is much like O.J. saying he's going to devote his life to finding the real killer. They're the real killers.