Aaron Worthing SWATted

He prevailed in court this morning, only to have be targeted with the vicious left-wing intimidation tactic of SWATting, this evening.

Via Twitchy:

Aaron Walker, one of the bloggers targeted by Brett Kimberlin, is the latest victim of SWAT-ting. Walker, who goes by Aaron Worthing online, tweeted the news of this extreme form of harassment being used on his family shortly after news broke that the peace order against him had been modified, restoring his First Amendment rights. Thankfully, though, Aaron reports that he and his wife are safe.

Obviously, whoever is behind this, is desperate and not thinking clearly. Within moments of Worthing/Walker’s tweet, the story went viral on Twitter. All the SWATing did was draw more unwanted attention to the Kimberlin criminal cabal.

Patterico spoke to Walker and one of the police officers on the scene…

The officers had machine guns but did not point them at Aaron. They were quickly able to determine it was a hoax.

RS McCain’s immediate reaction; “Holy F-ing Sh*t!”

Readers will excuse the intensity of my reaction, but I simply cannot imagine that any criminal would be so stupidly overconfident to attempt such a thing, at a time when there is so much public attention on the subject. It boggles the mind.

Check out Walker’s blog, Allergic to Bull, later tonight for an update about the incident.

Screenshots: Alec Baldwin and His Sick, Twisted Followers on Twitter Viciously Attack Michelle Malkin

After conservative blogger, Michelle Malkin, wrote a tweet gently mocking Alec Baldwin , for the spate of unhinged tweets he wrote about the  execution of Troy Davis, Wednesday night, he fired off a series of tweets calling on his followers to attack her:

As a man of the left, Baldwin would have known that a barrage of vile, left-wing sputum would soon follow. Immediately, Malkin was under unrelenting, vicious attack by Baldwin’s rabid followers.


Screenshots via The Right Scoop:

A “Christian” follows these tweets with:

Even more vile  screenshots below the fold:

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Pure Genius: MSNBC’s Schultz Says Reason Obama’s Poll Numbers Are Down Is Because “Nobody in the White House is Talking Like James Hoffa”

Sergeant Schultz was giddy because when Union boss James Hoffa said he wanted to take out those sons of bitches in the tea party, he was “spot on!”

Schultz proceeded to make some truly absurd remarks about how there was nothing wrong with what Hoffa said because of things previously uttered by conservatives such as former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann.

I guess he forgot about all the calls for civility in political discourse – including from himself! – following the tragic January shootings in Tucson.

Missing his own hypocrisy, Schultz actually told his viewers that President Obama’s poll numbers are down “because liberals in many parts of the country are very frustrated that nobody in the White House is talking like James Hoffa.”

Yeah, he really said that.

Note, he even took time to slam the Republican “young guns” ( Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, Paul Ryan) because “young guns” is somehow a troublesome nickname, while glorifying Hoffa’s violent rhetoric.

You can’t make this stuff up.

Schultz brought Hoffa on via satellite to ask the burning question, “Do you think the Republicans are sons of b—hes?”

Hoffa responded, “Well, I think they are if they’re trying to take away food out of the mouth of working people.”

Well yes, that’s the thinking man’s answer. Of course middle class tea partiers (who work for a living, too) “want to take food away from the mouths of working people.” That makes perfect sense.
After listing off a litany of tea party offenses from wanting to take away public union “collective bargaining rights” (guilty!) to “basically (wanting to)take away their pensions” (make modest cuts), he declares, “that’s a BAD person!”
You can count me among the legions BAD persons and SOBs out there who aren’t down with the Obama/big labor/CPUSA agenda.


Video: Kevin Jackson Takes It To Maxine

Kevin Jackson,  author of the book The Big Black Lie and Sexy Brilliance, was on Fox News with Megyn Kelly, Thursday to discuss the recent barrage of ugly, racially charged rhetoric we’ve been hearing from the left in recent weeks. His answer to Maxine Waters, specifically: “Hell is in the black communities that the Congressional Black Caucus serves.”

You want to know why the inner cities have become crime-ridden cesspools, look in the mirror, lady. Stop blaming people who had nothing to do with it.

Your rant of the day is courtesy of Townhall:

I had the pleasure of meeting Kevin Jackson in person when he recently visited the small town of Adrian, MO for a Liberty Loyalists event.

If you liked the above video, you might enjoy this one, too:

Hat tip: Brian B.


Cool Beans: 29% Of Public Now Agrees That Tea Partiers Are “Economic Terrorists”

Nate Beeler cartoon via TownHall

Ace frames this Rassmussen report as “The New Tone Sinks In…”:

Disagreeing? 55%. Which is a majority but not much of one.

Of course you can get 29% of the American people to agree that the moon is made out of Swiss cheese. Anywhere from 39% – 45% of the American people approve of the job Obama is doing as President, an equally absurd notion.

I usually ignore polls because they almost always depress me, but this actually looks like positive news, for once. 29% is left-wing moonbat territory. If this is the best the liberal mob can do after their latest round of vicious attacks on the tea party, they should cease and desist because their heavy-handed and over the top political agitprop will end up back-firing. The majority ain’t buying.

Looking deeper:

Still, a plurality (43%) of all voters think the Tea Party has made things worse of the country in the budget debates in Congress. Thirty-two percent (32%) say the Tea Party has made things better for America, and 14% say it’s had no impact. Eleven percent (11%) are undecided.

Again, there’s a noticeable partisan divide: 53% of Republicans believe the Tea Party has made things better, while 73% of Democrats feel it has made things worse. Unaffiliated voters are evenly divided with 37% saying the Tea Party made things better and 37% worse.

Just 34% of all voters in separate polling favored tax hikes as part of the deal to raise the debt ceiling. Fifty-five percent (55%) opposed including tax increases of any kind in the deal.

That’s more in line with the depressing state of affairs in this country. That “plurality” of 43% who think the tea party has made things worse would be the numbskulls who still support Obama. On the other hand, voters who think the tea party has made things better, made no difference or don’t know AKA people who live in a little place called, “Realityville”, add up to 57%.


New Tone Poll For Week Of May 1-6

Sanctimonious liberals love to blast conservatives for their “vitriolic discourse”, yet often fail spectacularly to maintain basic civility in their own discourse. The New Tone Award is reserved for left-wing notables who wallow in this hypocrisy. The list, this week, is smaller than usual because most libs have been too busy gushing about Obama’s “gutsy call” to go after conservatives with their usual vigor. Chris Matthews, most notably, has been able to balance his leg-tingling enthusiasm for the president with vicious Republican-bashing rhetoric.

New Tone Nominees For Week Of May 1-6

Democrat Rep. Gary Ackerman doesn’t waste a second taking a swipe at President Bush:

Dem Congressman: This Is “Mission Accomplished Moment” Bush “Fantasized” About…

Condescending Harry Reid: Marco Rubio ‘Has to Understand Who He Is and Who He Represents’

Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) speaking to a Latino internet news service launches into a condescending reproach to his fellow senator from Florida. The ethnic implication of Reid’s remarks bring to mind his statement from the 2010 election when he declared “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican.”

Hard-Left Radio Host Mike Malloy: When Will Navy SEALs Take Out Death-Dealing George W. Bush?

But Iraq — all the death in Iraq was not caused by bin Laden. The death in Iraq was caused by George W. Bush. Five thousand Americans, tens of thousands permanently damaged and shot to pieces, a million Iraqis dead — that wasn’t bin Laden. That was George Bush. So when does Seal Unit 6, or whatever it’s called, drop in on George Bush? Bush was responsible for a lot more death, innocent death, than bin Laden. Wasn’t he, or am I wrong here?

HHS Secretary Sebelius: Under Ryan Budget Plan Seniors Will “Die Sooner”…

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that the Ryan Medicare proposal will lead to early deaths among seniors.

During testimony before the House Education and the Workforce Committee, she said seniors “will run out of money very quickly.”

She continued, “If you run out of the government voucher and then you run out of your own money, you’re left to scrape together charity care, go without care, die sooner. There really aren’t a lot of options.”

Chris Matthews Dreams Up Silly GOP Debate Questions: Do You ‘Fundamentalist’ Christians Hate Science?

On Thursday’s Hardball, hours before the first GOP face-off, the cable anchor dreamed up hypothetical queries he would like to see: “Question to Mr. Candidate, do you believe in evolution? Are you a fundamentalist who believes in the Bible as written? Has man been around millions of years or, say, just about 6000?

Chris Matthews Bizarrely Mocks Rush Limbaugh as a ‘Walrus Underwater’ for bin Laden Response

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Wednesday mocked Rush Limbaugh’s response to the killing of Osama bin Laden, deriding the conservative as a “walrus underwater.” Matthews also made an odd grunting noise to back up this description.

While Hyping Barack Obama’s Killing of bin Laden, Chris Matthews Lashes Out at ‘Sadist’ Dick Cheney

Former Newsweek editor Howard Fineman contrasted the Bush/Cheney administration’s dropping of bombs in Iraq with Obama’s actions. Matthews responded by mocking, “There’s a difference between being cold blooded- I think presidents have to be cold blooded- and being a sadist.”

As if his point wasn’t clear, the liberal anchor interrupted Fineman to add, ” I was referring to Cheney, of course.”

As always, you can make up to 3 selections, but you may only vote once, at Left-Wing Institute For Civil Discourse.

Poll: New Tone Nominees April 23-30

Sanctimonious lefties love to blast conservatives for their “vitriolic discourse”, yet often fail spectacularly to maintain basic civility in their own discourse. The New Tone Award is reserved for liberal notables who wallow in this hypocrisy. You’ll notice some repeat offenders, and familiar odious themes in today’s poll – Palin-bashing, Christian-bashing, and the good old race card is coming back strong.

I’m a bit late with this – I had an out of town trip, and a First Communion, this weekend. Normally the vote starts on Friday, and runs through the weekend. This weekend, it’s starting late Sunday, and running through Monday.

As always, you can make up to 3 selections, but you can only vote once, at Left-wing institute for Civil Discourse:

LA Times Columnist, Meghan Daum, Calls Sarah Palin a ‘Special-Needs Case’

“Even Traister, an unabashed liberal and feminist who writes for the left-leaning online magazine Salon, is evidence of the way thoughtful writers treat Palin as a special-needs case…If there was ever a candidate who brought out the worst in people, who encouraged hollow rejoinders but made honest analysis almost impossible, it is she”.

Maher denounced Tea Party followers as “sad, unfortunate people” because they are “corporate America’s useful idiots” who don’t allow “facts” to “get in that tin foil helmet.”

Then he employed his usual “tea-baggers” phrase, but CBS silenced the “baggers” so viewers heard dead air when Maher spoke that foul term:

I don’t have any respect, no, I don’t have any respect for the tea-(baggers) [word silenced] and I do call them the tea-(baggers) [word silenced again] — even though they hate it. I will stop calling them Tea-(baggers) [word silenced for a third time] when they stop calling it Obamacare, that’s my deal.

Apparently, Jesus is a socialist. And, luckily, O’Donnell doesn’t come across as smug, self-righteous and sanctimonious in this clip.

This is what the Republican Party stands for, though: racism. I think Donald Trump is a racist.

Tavis Smiley on Tuesday said the upcoming presidential race is “going to be the ugliest, the nastiest, the most divisive, and the most racist in the history of this republic.”

One more sign the Age of Civility is over: an MSNBC host urging Dems to be more “vicious” toward Republicans. Oh, and to engage in more “name-calling.”Apparently writing off any career ambitions of succeeding to the Miss Manners slot, Cenk Uygur issued his recommendations last night in the course of disagreeing with a Dem congressman who was insufficiently coarse for Cenk’s taste.

First, bringing up Transcriptism, Clarence Page chuckled that “He [Trump] must have his presidents mixed up,” meaning it must be Bush who needed special help to get into Yale (and Harvard Business).

They both had themselves a laugh at that. How dumb Bush is! They’ve been saying that for ten years, of course.

Then, next segment, still marveling that only a racist could question a president’s academic ability, he said, quote, “They would never say this about a white president!!!”

Um? Didn’t you? Like five minutes ago?

Didn’t you? For ten years straight?

And then, in case you completely forgot about the last ten years, I repeat: Didn’t you just five minutes ago?

I’ll let NewsBusters tell you what happened, but let’s just say it includes Joy Behar calling Sarah Palin “illiterate” while comparing her to “jock itch,“ and also a panel member piling on by making the curious charge that Palin is ”anti-semetic:”

On Wednesday’s edition of the Rosie O’Donnell show, Rosie went after Sarah Palin as an ignoramus as she lamented that Obama had to go through hoops to produce a birth certificate: “[Obama] has just released his actual birth certificate…He asked [Hawaii] to break their law and release it to shut all these idiots up.”

But when you start attacking other people as ignorant, it’s probably a bad idea to start mangling words and getting things wrong: “Sarah Palin has ushered in a whole new level of ignorance as a consumerable quantity.” Consumerable? If Palin said “consumerable,” how many reporters and comedians would rejoice? (See “refudiate.”)

Rosie then said “When she was running, it was almost like a joke that she would say the things that she did, like ‘I can see Russia from my house.’” It wasn’t “almost” a joke. It was actually a joke by Tina Fey — and not something Palin actually said.

Pledge as little as possible, so the rednecks who always demand spending cuts are satisfied.
Seriously, the Koch brothers who own Georgia Pacific and many other entities, are against federal and state social spending. They created the “tea party movement” with their massive fortunes. Now they should put their money where their mouths are. Each of these brothers own 21.5 billion dollars each. Consider this: each billion is 1000 million, so each of them are hoarding 21,500 million dollars for a grand total of 43,000 million dollars. I’d like to invite these American oligarchs to loosen some money from their purse strings and lead by example. give as much money as possible so that federal and state funds will not be necessary to help the people in the red states (their natural base). Thoughts?
Bonus tweet to yours truly:
bruskiz bruskiz

@NiceDeb How about that global warming? Wait, you neocons don’t believe in that. More witches like you mean more tornadoes.

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