Libtalkers Use Murdered Census Worker To Smear Right
Smear Machine Cranked Up To Take Advantage Of Death
Taking full advantage of a US Census worker's death for partisan purposes, liberal talk radio has begun to tie the attack on Bill Sparkman (shown here in AP image) to Congressman Joe Wilson, conservative talk radio and the kitchen sink.
Already, two examples have been documented, with one covered by Lachlan Markay at NewsBusters and the other found exclusively here at the Radio Equalizer.
Here, libtalker Stephanie Miller throws anything that might stick into the mix, despite the lack of any evidence to support her statements.
Here's the clip and transcript, which came from today's program:
MILLER (30:38): you know I have to ask you (directed toward guest Rep. Bobby Scott, D-VA-3) obviously having had this debate with Eric Cantor and being from the same state, you know we were just talking about his comments that oh, "Nancy Pelosi is living in another world" if she thinks that this kind of debate can lead to violence and then we just have, you know, the hanging of this worker, this Census worker, just yesterday with the word "Fed" scrawled across him.
We’ve seen people at guns with Town Hall meetings, meetings where the President is going to be. I mean who’s really living in another world here? I mean, who really thinks this is a civil debate, we’ve been having with people yelling “you lie” at the President.
MILLER (45:43): If you don’t think, you listen to what we just listened to, what Glenn Beck just did on TV. I mean this debate you try and say there’s no connection between Dr. Tiller being shot to death and Bill O’Reilly targeting him countless times on his TV show as baby killer Tiller and whatever. These tea parties, the 9/12 things the tea party things.
If America could die a slow death by stupid people that would be it. (Miller then played a sound bite of a woman with a southern accent at the 9/12 protest)
Hey, why wait for the facts to emerge when this poor man's death can be exploited for partisan political gain?
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