Posted on | November 2, 2012 | 12 Comments
Readers will pardon this unfortunate necessity:
Bill Schmalfeldt is jumping up and down yelling about a bunch of insanity you spouted on your show last night, which I don’t have time to sort through. I’m covering a presidential campaign, having traveled to Ohio at considerable expense, a trip I could not have made without the assistance of Ali Akbar.
Schmalfeldt’s motives for attacking me and Ali are obvious enough — Schmalfeldt is a liberal and an ally of Neal Rauhauser — but your motives in abetting this malicious defamation puzzle me. This is nothing more than a distraction, and I have no alternative but to suppose that its purpose is the same as its effect, that you (and Schmalfeldt, et al.) are deliberately endeavoring to distract Ali and me from the work we are doing.
And hey, Larry, “bloviating blowhard … Michelle Malkin“? Good luck with the rest of your life, sir.
As I told someone several weeks ago, if you think you’re going to throw Ali Akbar under your bus, I’ve got news for you: Your bus ain’t big enough. Ali’s valuable services to the conservative cause are so widely known, by so many estimable people in the conservative movement, that these vile falsehoods you are promoting cannot really harm him, even if they hurt him. Only a sadistic personality could take pleasure in smearing someone under such circumstances, and your wickedness is therefore self-evident.
In September, I reached out to you because I believed you were a good person who had somehow been manipulated into mistakenly attacking me. What you have done now convinces me that I must have misjudged the situation, and that you have become an active and willing agent of evil. Repent before it is too late.
Everybody should hit the tip-jar. I don’t know what the hell Sinclair is talking about, but I’m covering a presidential election, and there are only four days to go. Starting Nov. 7, I’m going to have a lot more time to pay attention to this nonsense, but right now there is a job to do.