MSNBC Host, Guest, Call For Revolution
An MSNBC host says, "obviously," it's time for revolution in America. Good thing their audience isn't watching those extremists on Fox News, eh?
“Are things in our country so bad that it might actually be time for a revolution? The answer is obviously ‘yes.’”
That’s not a Ted Rall statement, that’s MSNBC anchor Dylan Ratigan. As you watch the video below, imagine the (justifiable) uproar had those words come from a Hannity or Beck in the same context as this — an interview with a right-wing extremist calling for violence against his political opponents:
According to his own site, the same cartoonist who called Condi Rice a “house nigga” and is now calling for organized violence in order to “bully” his insidious left-wing worldview on the rest of us, “now appear[s] in more than 100 publications around the United States, including the Los Angeles Times, Tucson Weekly, Willamette Week, Newark Star-Ledger, Village Voice and New York Times.”
Let's see if we hear any outrage from the leftists who claim outrage over the Tea Party movement, whose crime is to call for a Constitutional Government.