Vile lefty talk show host rides again

Vile lefty talk show host rides again

Nov. 29, 2012

Katy Grimes: The gross double standard in media today was exacerbated Monday when far-left, liberal radio talk show host Sirius XM radio host Mike Malloy lost it on air. Malloy said he wished the Lord would lop off the heads of Tea Party members.

“These Tea Bag bastards who by the way, I just wish they would all just go away – or, like in Passover, I just wish there was an angel of the Lord that would pass over – instead of killing the first born in all the households of Egypt just wipe out all the Tea Baggers. Just, you know, the terrible swift sword, just [Mike makes exaggerated “swishing” sounds] – lob their heads off!”

Malloy is so vile, he was fired from Air America radio.

As disgusting as Malloy’s comments were, I have yet to find anyone in the mainstream media calling for discipline or termination. Had Rush Limbaugh, Don Imus or Laura Ingraham said something similar, they’d be off the air within minutes, groveling and apologizing, in order to keep the job.


Radio talk show host Don Imus was fired from CBS radio in 2007 after he called members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team “nappy-headed hos.”

In March, only a few weeks after Andrew Breitbart’s premature and shocking death, Malloy said that Breitbart should “burn in Hell” and that he was “goddamn glad” he died. There were very few news report, and nothing happened to Malloy.

Recently, on air, Malloy pretended that he was on a phone call with Satan to inquire how Breitbart is doing in Hades.

This is another glaring example of the double standard in the media over what constitutes “civil discourse.”

The bottom line: Liberals can say anything and keep their jobs, and Republicans must maintain “civil discourse,” as determined by the liberal media.

Malloy should be fired, or at least made to grovel for his job.

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