The right arm of the Democratic Party, the mainstream media, lost no time on Friday blaming everyone from the NRA to President Trump for the Muslim massacre in New Zealand. Yet, the primary suspect of 49 people at two mosques in New Zealand personally named a prominent British fascist leader who was allied with Italy’s Benito Mussolini in the 1930s as the historical political figure with whom he most identified.
The suspect, a 28-year-old Australian whose name we will not publish, but whose initials are B. T., published a 74-page manifesto before killing the 49 people and injuring another 20 at the Christchurch mosques. The media was well-aware of the vital fact but chose to ignore it.
Blaming conservatives and every organization they despise works better for their lemming readership than presenting straight facts.
All of that while they clearly knew B. T. wrote that Sir Oswald Mosley “is the person from history closest to my own beliefs.” Not Donald Trump or NRA buddies, but an obscure fascist from long ago. He stated he was not a conservative and could be labeled a socialist, “depending on the definition.”
But it took no time for Democratic leaders, including Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, the same man who lied about his tour of duty in Vietnam, to cast blame on President Trump. Huh? B. T. has explicitly said he is not a conservative saying, “Conservatism is corporatism in disguise, I want no part of it.” B. T. says he’s “an actual fascist.”
He went on to say, “I am sure the journalists will love that,” he says, adding he considers himself “an Eco-fascist by nature.” He also declared that the “nation with the closest political and social values to my own is the People’s Republic of China.”
Yet hack politicians like Blumenthal come right out and childishly blame every conservative group and the president to pander to their simpleton audience. This is an utter outrage to every thinking American.
Blumenthal reacted to the massacre on Friday. He clustered on Friday, “Words do have consequences, and we know that at the very pinnacle of power in our own country, people are talking about ‘good people on both sides,'” he said. What in the hell does that mean?
Apparently, he was referring to Trump’s reaction to the deadly violence in Charlottesville in August 2017 amid protests and counter-protests over the fate of a Civil War statue. Oh, now it makes sense. And this man is a senator?
Trump had said there were “good people” on both sides of the issue on Charlottesville. He was referring to the debate over Civil War statues, and he condemned the white supremacists. Does that sink into your empty skull Dick?
Naturally the White House refuted such ridiculous accusations. It was “outrageous,” the statement said, to make any connection between the “deranged individual” and the president, “who had repeatedly condemned bigotry, racism, and has made it very clear that this is a terrorist attack.”
Dick Blumenthal and his ilk have seen their day. The American people have grown tired of this nonsensical diatribe by the moronic far-left. Have they no sense of decency?