Rand Paul, Rachael Madcow and the fake outrage Part 2
The MSNBC cameraman knew exactly what he was doing by hiding the idenity of the gentlemen with the riffle. MSNBC is a text book illustration of what "activist journalism" is all about
Anyone who is politically astute knows that MSNBC does not like the Tea Party movement. They despise it with a loathing. I truly question Rand Paul's lack of common sense in him not knowing that he was basically being set up by Rachael Madcow in the first place. This is what Rachael Madcow had to say about Tom Tancredo and the Tea Party folks back in February of this year.
In this video, Rachael purposely smeared Tom Tancredo as being "anti immigrant" thus implying that he is against not only illegal immigration but legal as well. Tom isn't against legal immigration only illegal immigration. This video shows the type of manipulative person Rachael Madcow is. If I was an adviser to Rand Paul a few weeks agao, and he told me about the invitation , I would have told him to "NOT" appear on Rachael's show at any cost. I would have told Rand that Rachael "WASN'T" going to try and talk about current events with him. She was going to use his libertarian ideology against him to smear him as a Tea Part racist. Since the Tea Party overwhelmingly backed Rand Paul, it is only logical that MSNBC as well as the rest of the media has a huge bull eye on Rand's forehead after he won his primary race in Kentucky. In essence, Rand Paul has been "Palinized" by the media. Palinized is the term to describe what happens to a Republican, when the media wants to destroy him or her at any cost. Just ask Sarah Palin about that. Maybe Rand didn't understand that the media especially MSNBC has it out for him, but now he knows how the liberal media game is played. Some lessons are learned the hard way. If anything, Rand could have taken a cue from D. L Hughley's useful idiot who is also known as the Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele on what not to do. The left can't stand the ground Rush Limbaugh walks on. Now if I was Michael Steele a year ago, would I have accepted an invitation by D.L Hughley of CNN to be interviewed on his show? The answer of course would be "NO"! I would have known that the only reason D.L Hughley would invite me on his show forty eight hours after Rush Limbaugh gave the keynote speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference is to try and sucker me into attacking Limbaugh. As I said, I wouldn't have taken the bait, because unlike Steele and Paul and others on the right, I know my enemies and I know how they think. In closing, here's Chris Mathews calling out Republicans to "denounce" Rush Limbaugh. The left is always looking for gullible useful idiots on the right. Thankfully, no Republican has yet to take Matthew's bait.