Tuesday, May 4, 2010

MSNBC’s Contessa Brewer: “hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country”

We all knew that when the video tape of the white guy changing shirts came out, there was going to be some on the left who salivated at the thought the car bomber might be a Tea Partier.  But to actually hear one admit their dismay is rather shocking. 
Radio Equalizer:  CONTESSA BREWER (7:06): I mean the thing is is that and I get frustrated and there was part of me that was hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country because there are a lot of people who want to use this terrorist intent to justify writing off people who believe in a certain way or come from certain countries or whose skin color is a certain way. I mean they use it as justification for really outdated bigotry.
And so there was part of me was really hoping this would not be the case that here would be somebody who is not the defined. I mean he’s accused he’s arrested you know I don’t want to convict him before it’s time to do so. He’s the guy authorities say is involved. But that being said I mean we know even in recent history you have the Haitari militia from Michigan who have plans to let’s face it create terror.
That’s what they were planning to do and they were doing so from far different backgrounds then what this guy is coming from. So, the threat is not just coming from people who decide that America is the place to be and you know come here and want to become citizens. Obviously this guy did.

People want to use terrorist intent to justify bigotry? Umm, perhaps the real thing is some people on the left want to use any excuse to justify their own bigotry of the right.  How anyone can watch MSNBC and think they are getting unbiased news is beyond me.


Opus #6 said...

"obviously, this guy did (just want to come here and be an American Citizen)". Huh? Somebody call the doctor to remove the rose colored glasses from her face.

Bigotry? Excuse me? I'll be happy to put away all profiling tools as soon as Islamists stop being Out-to-get-me. Remember. It's not paranoia when they really ARE trying to kill you.

Torrey M. Spears said...

It's hard to be mad at Contessa because if you'd heard her try to explain anything - you know there are just a couple of marbles rattling around up there.
Still, I remember watching MSNBC during the Fort Hood terrorist attack and hearing Mike Barnacle say, when Hassan's name was speculatory, that he "hoped the name wasn't what he heard" and I thought - why is that?

It's clear that these Leftists enjoy having their head buried in the sand so they can ignore the vile threat against our great nation.
It's embarrassing... almost to the point of being laughable.


Bastiat Fan said...

Dear God... where do they find these morons? And I mean that in the nicest way possible.

Anonymous said...

They rather see people who they disagree with killing Americans, then to have actual terrorist killing Americans.

In short, they don't mind Americans dying, as long as it's murdered by people they don't like.

2nd Anonymous

Just a conservative girl said...

Oh, CNN wasn't much better. They are trying to blame it on his home being in foreclosure.

Several problems with that:

1. There is no proof that is true

2. Would it matter if it were?

Anonymous said...

Excuse me, though my name isn't Alice, when did I arrived at wonderland? These people are completely demented (both the terrorists and the liberal media). Oh yea, use the house is in foreclosure. I wonder how well that would work if it was a White Christian Male that attempted this? Yea, I thought so.

Anonymous said...

I believe it is important for Americans of our younger generation to know that this did not begin on 9/11 of 2001. Islamic terror has been worldwide for many decades. The media does not remind us of the Munich Olympic terrorists, the Achille Lauro, or PanAm; nor the dozens of attacks on American embassies and military bases. Study history young Americans. Educate yourselves.

Further, it would be reasonable for black citizens who have experienced a history of hate by whites to view whites as a possible threat; so too is it reasonable for anyone who knows history to view followers of radical Islam as a possible threat to society.

Marian said...

Perhaps she could try feeling a little "frustrated" that another person with Islamic affiliation is trying to kill innocent Americans??

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