Checkmate: Bill O’Reilly Humiliates Al Sharpton On National TV (Video)

It’s really really unfortunate that race baiting moron Al (Resist we much) Sharpton forced Bill O’Reilly to humiliate him like this on national TV.  It almost seemed unnecessary. Not that it’s hard to beat a playa whose  game is so weak , the only card he has to play comes from the bottom of the deck – every. single. damn. time.

Who could have seen this coming? Bill O’Reilly recently criticized sky-rocketing food stamp usage, and some of the parasites who are taking advantage of the program – highlighting a young, healthy, unemployed (and not looking) surfer-dude, who was leeching off the government.

He said: “This guy’s a parasite and my contention is that the Obama Administration is encouraging parasites to come out and, you know, take as much as they can with no remorse. […] This is how a country declines.”
Who can disagree with that?
Well, there’s a reason PMSMBC is floundering in last place in the cable news ratings. This is a network that expects its audience to take a race-baiting fraud like the “Reverend Al” seriously.

Al Sharpton distorted the comments and accused O’Reilly of  “attacking the poor” on his low-rated, barely watched MSNBC show.

O’Reilly punched back hard, Thursday night, saying, Sharpton is “not telling the truth once again.”

And here’s his devastating check-mate via Fox News Insider:

“He’s been portraying me as a racist and a brutalizer of the poor. A few years ago Sharpton told me that his charity in Harlem, New York was out of money and that it could not provide Christmas presents and Christmas dinners to hundreds of poor people in Harlem. So I gave Sharpton a $25,000 dollar donation to provide the gifts and the food. I never mentioned it because it wasn’t necessary to mention it. But now it it – to prove exactly  what kind of person Al Sharpton is.”

Wow, Is Al Sharpton  a devious, double-dealing dirtbag  or what? 

Well played, O’Reilly.

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TX Congressman on NAACP Request For Rodeo Clown Probe: ‘We Can’t Even Get the DOJ to look at Benghazi!’


Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) invited the rodeo clown who performed at the Missouri State Fair in an Obama mask to appear at a rodeo in his district.

“Liberals want to bronco bust dissent. But Texans value speech, even if its speech they don’t agree with,” said Stockman, “From Molly Ivins to Louie Gohmert and every opinion between Texans value free and open political speech.  I’m sure any rodeo in Texas would be proud to have performers.”

“Disagreeing with speech is one thing. Banning it and ordering citizens into reeducation classes for mocking a liberal leader is another,” said Stockman. “Liberals have targeted this man for personal destruction to create a climate of fear.”

“The liberal reaction is straight out of Alinsky.  They want to crush dissent by isolating and polarizing anyone who questions Obama, even if it’s a rodeo clown with a harmless gag,” said Stockman. “The idea to create a state of fear and make people afraid to trivialize Obama.  No one tried to personally destroy the rodeo clown who wore a George H.W. Bush mask.”

In an interview with Fox News on Thursday, the TX congressman called the request by the Missouri chapter of the NAACP for a federal investigation into a rodeo clown a “silly”, “misguided and hypocritical” thing that should be ignored.

“A rodeo clown is really a nominal thing and it hurt no one,” Stockman told “They didn’t speak out when George Bush was being portrayed as a murderer. To become relevant again, they need to become more of an honest broker and not have contrived anger.”

Stockman said the NAACP would better serve its constituents by focusing on ways to decrease unemployment among the black community. He also noted that the national civil rights group was silent after a July incident on a Florida bus where three black teens beat a fellow white student. Though Gulfport Police Chief Robert Vincent told Fox News the attack did not appear to be racially motivated, former Florida Rep. Allen West, who is black, chided Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, noting they condemned Florida’s laws in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting yet remained mum on the bus attac

“We can’t get the Justice Department to look at Benghazi, so it would be ironic that the Justice Department would investigate a clown.”

Well that’s because Benghazi is a “phony scandal”. This raaaaacist, “minstrelly”  rodeo clown in “black face” who has endangered the president by inciting racist bulls to gore him – — that, my friends – is a real scandal.

Fox News reports that “messages seeking comment from Justice Department and NAACP officials were not immediately returned Thursday.”

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Video: Allen West Reacts To Commander in Chief Playing a ‘Child’s Game’ During Bin Laden Raid

Allen West, the fiery former congressman from Florida reacted to the revelation that while the Navy SEALs were risking their lives carrying out his order to raid the Bin Laden compound, and kill OBL, the Commander in Chief was off playing “15 games of Spades” in the residential area of the White House (where he spends most of the working day according to some reports) instead of the Situation Room.

Obama’s former “body man” – Reggie Love – made the statement in an interview for Artists and Athletes Alliance and the video was posted on YouTube. (After Drudge linked to a site posting the video, it was promptly taken down by  the Artists and Athletes Alliance.  Copies, of course were made, so it’s still available for viewing.)

West said he wasn’t particularly surprised by the story since Obama as a Commander-in-Chief has so “lowered the bar,”

It was Lou Dobbs who suggested that Spades is a “child’s game”.

He sneered, “at least play Bridge, for crying out loud.  You expect a little more from a Commander in Chief.”

It would seem  the “gutsy call” was the choice of card games Obama chose for the night.

Hat tip: Brian B.

Ralph Peters: Egyptian Bloodshed is ‘on the Hands of Muslim Brotherhood’ (Video)

Colonel Ralph Peters appeared on Fox News, yesterday with Martha McCallum to give his analysis of the situation in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Obama Administration’s foreign policy.

His compliment to the Regime for their somewhat “wishy-washy” and “tepid”  response to the violence, turns out to have been premature. In an oped in The NY Post, today, Peters decried John Kerry for painting the Muslim Brotherhood extremists as victims.

In full outrage mode, America’s most famous windsurfer castigated the Egyptian authorities, insisting that the Muslim Brotherhood had a right to “peaceful protests.” Apparently, “peaceful” means armed with Kalashnikovs, killing policemen, kidnapping and torturing opponents, turning mosques into prisons, attacking Christians and burning Coptic churches.

 The Brotherhood protesters rejected all offers of compromise and all demands to disperse. The interim government’s response was heavy-handed, but the Muslim Brothers chose violent resistance — using women and children as shields (a tactic typical of Islamist terrorists).

Do we really need to have sympathy for the devil?


But all you have to do to create witless panic in Washington is cry “Military coup!” Well, sometimes — regrettably — a military is all that stands between a population and deadly (and anti-American) fanaticism. Despite yesterday’s bloodshed, would we really prefer a return to Brotherhood rule? Stuff the political correctness and get real.

Is the Egyptian military an ideal ally? Nope. But it’s a far better bet than Obama’s support of the Muslim Brotherhood turned out to be.

The danger now is that the administration and naïfs in Congress will cut aid to the Egyptian military and curl up into a snit. That would only make the Egyptians who want a reasonably free, generally tolerant and ultimately democratic Egypt even madder at us. And Egypt’s the most important Arab country.

Do we really need to make additional enemies in the region? Of moderates and secularists? In a quest to be “fair” to fanatics?

Official figures allow 275 dead in yesterday’s violence, while the Muslim Brotherhood claims more than 2,000. The latter number’s preposterous — you can’t hide that many corpses from prying journalists — but the reality is probably somewhere in between.

Regrettable? Yes. Inevitable? Also yes, thanks to the Brotherhood’s intolerance and intransigence.

It’s time to get over ourselves. Our narcissistic belief that we not only can, but must, decide the destinies of Middle Eastern populations is destructive. We can, at times, play constructively on the margins, but we’re not even good at that.

The Obama administration needs a new foreign-policy motto: “First, do no harm.”

Since that oped went to print, the president took some time away from golf at Martha’s Vineyard,  to comment on the situation in Egypt. As would be expected, the Regime is not taking Peters’ advice.

The president announced the cancellation of biannual joint military exercises between U.S. and Egyptian forces: “Our traditional cooperation cannot continue,” he said.

The president also said that his national security advisers would continue to study the implications of the violence, and recommend additional steps “as necessary.” He did not mention any potential cuts to aid to Egypt, which some members of Congress have suggested but which are opposed both by the Pentagon and Israel, as such aid is linked to the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty, and stopping terror in the Sinai peninsula.

We are not being told the truth about what is happening in Egypt, according to former Muslim Brotherhood member, now peace activist, Walid Shoebat.

When it comes to the recent deaths in Egypt, the western media narrative has already been set: Innocent, unarmed Muslim Brotherhood supporters and members are being gunned down in the streets and brutally beaten by police who just do it because they can. The Muslim Brotherhood supporters are repressed and persecuted victims.

That’s propaganda; it’s not journalism.

He linked to a report in Al-Seyassah (translation):

The Brotherhood – along with their allies, gunmen and militia – took to the streets in various provinces to attack vital installations, security centers and public utilities. At least four churches were burned.

In Cairo, war broke out in the streets between the police and the militiamen of the Brotherhood, who burned police cars and blocked a number of main streets, including street League of Arab States south of the capital, and fired heavily on the security forces, who responded with tear gas canisters.

In Helwan, south of Cairo, Morsi supporters set fire to a police station after they surrounded it and released all of its detainees. Helwan metro station was trashed after being invaded by a large number of these supporters.

After storming a police station in Kerdasa in Giza, they killed one police officer and wounded the deputy warden in an attack by hundreds of Brotherhood members.

Read the entire thing at the link.

Egyptian media is also reporting that Brotherhood Snipers are Killing their Own which Shoebat calls  “Pallywood. On. Steroids.”

Ralph Peters commented again, today, calling on the president to more forcefully denounce the persecution of Christians by the Muslim Brotherhood.