Mika Brzezinski, Thought Criminal
We know Mika Brzezinski as a barking moonbat. However, no one is above reproach when it comes to thoughtcrime:
[On Wednesday] morning, the MSNBC host went after Mike Pompeo for his response to the murder of Saudi journalist and Washington Post writer Jamal Khashoggi, calling the secretary of state a “wannabe dictator’s butt boy.”
No one compains that she insulted the POTUS and the Secretary of State. Her remark typifies the level of civil discourse that prevails among elitist chin-pullers at MSNBC and throughout the liberal establishment media.
She didn’t actually insult Pompeo. Her audience surely agrees that he is beneath any conceivable insult. She insulted butt boys. That’s why she open this morning’s episode of Morning Joe with a groveling apology for her “terrible choice of words.”
“I apologize to everyone, especially the LGBTQ community… I will work hard to be better. But I just wanted to say on camera, looking the viewers straight in the eye, I am really, really sorry.”
She sure will be sorry, if this sinks her lucrative career.
Implying that there is something objectionable about performing depraved and disgusting homosexual acts of an anal nature is first-degree thoughtcrime. Buggery is as sacred among liberals as abortion. Associating this holy rite with a hated America-first conservative is blasphemy.
Over the years, Mika has coughed up enough moonbattery to fill the Grand Canyon. But that may not save her from the extremely serious charge of homophobia:
.@morningmika just asked if Mike Pompeo is a “wannabe dictator’s butt boy,” as homophobic a term as I’ve heard on national morning television. @MSNBC tried and failed to censor it, and did not transcribe her remark in the closed captioning. #journalism pic.twitter.com/3zK7H8evjh
— G.E. Anderson (@g_e_anderson) December 12, 2018
Note that Mika also questioned Pompeo’s patriotism because he placed America’s strategic interests ahead of short-term political convenience. No need to apologize for that though. That sort of idiocy is also par for the course for media chin-pullers. That’s why Joe Scarborough raised no objection.
On a tip from KirklesWorth.