Posted on | August 15, 2012 | 20 Comments
And why not? If you Google her name with Chick-fil-A and Family Research Council, you get more than 450,000 hits.
It therefore should be obvious that Maddow’s hateful rhetoric against Chick-fil-A and Family Research Council incited today’s shooting at FRC’s office in Washington, D.C.
Now that we have determined the shooter’s motive and found a scapegoat to blame — remember that I am a professional journalist like Brian Ross of ABC News — we can start worrying about, y’know, facts and stuff.
UPDATE: OK, we don’t actually know the named of the so-called “suspect” — and by “suspect,” I mean the guy who walked into FRC’s office and shot the security guard, as opposed to the person who is really responsible, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow.
For those of you who don’t want this Brian Ross-style professional journalism, check in with Michelle “Just a Blogger” Malkin.
UPDATE II: The so-called “suspect” — whose name we don’t know, but who was obviously president of the Rachel Maddow Fan Club — was carrying Chick-fil-A promotional materials and food as well as weapons, though the FBI has not yet confirmed.
I got that at Twitchy, which isn’t really professional journalism, since they haven’t joined my Brian Ross-style hunt for a scapegoat, which is what professional journalists do.