According to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of InfoWars.com, the shooting that took place in Las Vegas was “absolutely staged” by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) and was achieved by using Batman characters as a mind-control device. This latest musing of Jones’ came earlier today and blurs the lines of amusement and repulsion.
In the last several months, the GOP-created monster, the Tea Party, has become a proverbial Frankenstein. From government shutdowns, public murders, and, now, elections, the Tea Party is now beginning to damage its former masters and creators. Just ask House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA).
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor, 7-2, of electronics manufacturer CTS Corporation effectively blocking compensation for health and property damage resulting from the company’s polluting of Asheville, North Carolina’s water supply. President Obama, who has a history with North Carolina’s pollution problem, hasn’t budged an inch against the SCOTUS ruling.
The Tea Party is the repository of politically rejected and popularly defunct philosophies. Few have showcased this as well as the fork-tongued Scott Esk who lacks the backbone and fortitude to defend the oppressed. Instead, the surely soon-to-be-defunct candidate seems to think that the stoning of gays is permissible – a view that even the Bible, which Esk claims to find his basis in, rejects.
Ring of Fire’s Mike Papantonio appears on The Thom Hartmann Program to discuss the recent chaos occurring in Iraq, and how getting involved a decade ago was our biggest mistake.
Ring of Fire’s Mike Papantonio and Sam Seder discuss the influence that the right wing hate talkers like Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity have had on many of the recent mass shootings that have plagued America.