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4/17/10

Democrat Protestors Brutally Attack and Beat Republican Officials . . . You guessed it, media silent

Friday night a week ago in New Orleans, a petite female political operative and her boyfriend were attacked and seriously injured by a vicious group of crazed cowards who shrieked political insults while pouncing. After the pummeling, the female and her boyfriend were left, collectively, with a compound leg fracture, a concussion, a broken nose, and a broken jaw.

But wait! Don't waste your time -- if you're Googling for this item on CNN, New York Times, Wa-Po, MSNBC, Huff-Po, ABC, Salon, CBS, etc., that is. What? But don't attacks (physical and/or verbal) of a political nature outrage the above media outfits to the point of hysteria? Didn't all the above media outfits wail an indignant chorus to the high heavens regarding the "anguish" suffered by Rep. Emanuel Cleaver when dribbled with a few drops of (unconfirmed) Tea-Partier spittle, to say nothing of the fit of the vapors suffered by Barney Frank upon hearing some schoolyard taunts by same?

Sure. But the beating victims in New Orleans (left with perhaps permanently disabling injuries) were Republicans, you see. They were emerging from a Republican fundraising dinner at a French Quarter restaurant shortly after attending the Southern Republican Leadership Conference. Their attackers (as appears overwhelmingly probable, given all evidence) waved signs saying "Republicans Geaux Home!" and had formed a gauntlet outside the restaurant, shrieking anti-Republican insults (YouTube has removed the video) at all who entered and exited its doors.

After visiting them in the hospital and hearing the details of the attack, a friend of the victims reported to a local blog that the attackers had yelled, "They're wearing Palin pins! Let's get 'em!" While this quip remains unconfirmed, the political motive for the attack appears obvious to all who've dug into the issue.

-American Thinker

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