MSNBC's Schultz Wants To Pee On Political Foe
Libtalker Schultz: 'I'd Urinate On' Hugh Hewitt
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If a social invitation from MSNBC's Ed Schultz arrives in your mailbox anytime soon, you might care to think twice before accepting it.
The unstable loose cannon is at it again, this time using his syndicated libtalk radio program to lash out at a conservative critic who dares to oppose the Obamist / union-driven takeover of General Motors.
Over the past several months, the increasingly-erratic, yet low-rated cable talker has been particularly over the top during the radio show, with ugly meltdowns in the face of mild criticism, and shouting matches even with fellow liberal callers. His off-screen antics aren't much better, with bar brawls and egomaniacal behavior reported.
Perhaps just as disturbing is the fact that Schultz is a bought-and-paid-for partisan operative for the Democrats.
On yesterday's radio program, however, Big Eddie managed to sink to a new low. Calling conservative host / blogger / author Hugh Hewitt "un-American", he laid out how he would treat him as a guest in Schultz's own home.
Here's the exclusive Radio Equalizer clip, followed by a transcript:
SCHULTZ (16:22): They worship money. They don't value human life the way they claim they do. That's a hoodwink.
SCHULTZ: So I guess Hugh Hewitt has never taken out a loan in his life. He's never had to depend on anybody else. He's probably the worst neighbor in the neighborhood. That's just a guess, I don't know that.
But I'd bring him over for a cocktail party. Sure, then I'd urinate on him, 'cause that's all he's worth.
Anybody who talks like that about the American worker is not an American, is anti-American and wants to see this country fail.
Does this kind of language at all trouble our friends at the state-run NBC network? Without a hint of irony, Schultz features a nightly segment called "Psycho Talk".
So far, the corporate suits have been willing to overlook an awful lot. Will that continue indefinitely?
UPDATE: here's a video response from Nick at The West Coast Outpost, it's well worth viewing:
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