Identity politics Democrats (sorry, that’s redundant), put down your latte’s and grab your iPhones to call your (whoever it is you call when you are supposed to be outraged) – a CNN anchor was giddy at the sound of a woman being assaulted,
“(This is) quite possibly the best minute and a half of audio we’ve ever come across.” (CNN Anchor Carol Costello) grinned during the entire setup.
The anchor went on to say “sit back and enjoy,” before playing the audio, in which (a woman) says she confronted a man who had allegedly pushed her little sister, only to have him shove her to the ground, then drag her by her feet while calling her an obscene name I cannot republish here that refers to the female anatomy.
Costello commented, still grinning, after the audio that “the long bleep” was her favorite part. She ended the segment by saying “you can thank me later.”
Talking Points Memo provided a partial transcript of the audio, including it in a list of the “best (or worst) moments from the audio.”
MSNBC writer Joseph Neese described the scene in such a way that teemed with glee and downplayed the assault.
Democrats don’t care about women. Democrats in media don’t either.
Oh yeah, the little sister was Willow Palin. The woman who got dragged was Bristol Palin. Democrats will find it hard to hold their applause because they are sad, twisted, evil little piles of outrage, just like Carol Costello, Joseph Neese, and the majority of the left.
They don’t give a damn about “women.” They don’t give a damn about blacks, gays, the poor, the underemployed, immigrants (legal or otherwise), none of them. All hey care about is using these people to get what they want; political power. Once they have it, or if you should ever dare wander off their ideological plantation, you are as useful to them as a fetus, which is to say, that if they could legalize your execution in exchange for campaign money, they’d kill you too.
By the way. If this happened on a college campus, it would probably be defined as ‘rape.’ Just sayin’.