Rush Limbaugh, echoing (or parroting) the mentality of idiots like Breitbart moron John Nolte, today said that fugitive ex-cop Christopher Dorner idolized and was inspired by “the left,” and further quoted Michele Malkin’s Twitchy page as saying that Dorner is“a real life Django”. After that, Rush questioned CNN’s Steve Roberts - a clip of whom Rush played where he suggested that Dorner’s manifesto may have made legitimate points while also acknowledging that he had gone over the edge - and then at the 6:53 mark, he brings it all home.
Look, the fact that he’s black is a factor here. I’m sorry, but what else would explain this? What else would explain excusing this? Or if not excusing it, relegating the murder aspect of what the guy’s doing to secondary status, and that the primary thing we must see is his intellect, and his grievance, and his grievance is real - there is racism in the LAPD, and everybody knows it. Rodney King anybody? Those cops in Simi Valley? This is the implied content of what Roberts is saying.
There are two reasons why this Dorner is an acclaimed hero to people. One, I kid you not, if you read the tweets, this guy is being supported because, to some people, he’s fighting a race war, folks. That’s what the Django references mean. ‘Modern day Django come to life; Way to kick they ass’ is a common theme in this - ‘they ass’ is us, by the way, the population at large, the establishment, the majority, so he’s raging a race war.
Well done, Rush. Even though there is zero basis to even suggest what you’ve said here, your dittohead brethren are proud of you today.