Thursday, March 25, 2010

Leftwing, Pro-ObamaCare Radicals Fire Shots at Eric Cantor's Office

We'll assume whoever did this is anti-Semitic as well since GOP Congressman Eric Cantor is Jewish.
Republican Rep. Eric Cantor's Richmond campaign office was shot at Wednesday night, Fox News has learned, the latest in a rash of apparent threats and acts of intimidation against members of Congress.
Since we have no evidence this was done by Obama and Pelosi supporters we'll just have to use the drive-by media template and jump to conclusions and declare it so. Just another in the long line of attacks on Republicans, fostered by the climate of hate engineered by the left.
As House Republican whip, Cantor is the highest elected Jewish politician in the country.

The Department of Homeland Security is involved in the Cantor case because he is a member of the House leadership.

Fox News has also obtained a threatening message left Friday on the voicemail of Rep. Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio.
Obviously this will be the top story on all the networks tonight and will be immediately condemned by Democrats and leftwing blogs. Three weeks ago Kentucky Senator Jim Bunning received numerous death threats yet those were hardly noticed by the state-controlled Obama media.

Update: Via The Right Scoop, here's video of Cantor addressing it today. He takes Democrats to the woodshed for being reckless and fanning the flames.

Here's a transcript of the message left for Rep. Schmidt.
Yes, uh. Yeah, I'm glad, uh. the president passed healthcare, yeah. Funky-ass, racist-ass Republicans hate that, don't you? Jean [sic] Smith, when you got hit by that car or when you fell or whatever, you should've broke your back, b***h. You, and Boehner motherf***er, that Mitch McConnell -- all you racist f***ing Republicans. Why don't you just change y'all's party name to "racist"? 'Cause if one of those little f***ing Teabaggers would've spit on me, I would have socked them in the f***ing face with my f***ing .09 mm. F*** all you racist motherf***ers.

I blame the left and the media for inciting this racist Obama supporter.

Update: The Kos Kidz are on to Cantor.
I haven't seen any press in Virginia about that event happening. We need to see if this is true, or if this is part of the Rovian tactic to claim that your opponents are doing something that they aren't doing. He also claimed that he has received "many emails" that are threatening due to his no vote on health care, but that he won't release them because he doesn't want to "fan the flames of hate".

They're trying to turn the story of tea party violence into a "bipartisan hate" story to deflect from themselves. It's time to verify his story!
I wonder if they verified any of the Democrat tales this week?

H/T InfoBee.

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