Tracking liberal insanity is like playing Whack-A-Mole only instead of pesky moles, you get to bash bizarro lefties. (No actual hitting allowed.) No army of critics could cover it all. Rather than try, we’re simply going to cherry pick some of the most demented each week.
According to Huffington Post, the Grand Old Party will become the Dead Old Party at the 2016 Republican convention in Cleveland. Cause of death? Support for presumptive nominee Donald Trump.
Who killed all those people in the Pulse nightclub? According to The Huffington Post, just about anybody who wasn’t actually in the club at the time of the atrocity. Church-goers, NRA members, and those Bill O-Reilly viewers – everybody but the gunman comes in for some old-fashioned (dare we say it?) hate over Orlando. The liberal publication continued the media’s theme of blaming everyone but radical Jihadists for this weekend’s mass shooting. In the article To Honor The Victims In Orlando, We Must Admit That More Than One Person Is Guilty, author Andrew Sotomayor has plenty of people he’d like to blame.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Friday slammed the “stunning” endorsement of violence by the Huffington Post. The popular liberal news site on Monday published an article championing hostile resistance at Donald Trump rallies. Writer Jesse Benn insisted, “Whatever your beliefs regarding violent resistance, there is inherent value stopping Trump's normalization. Violence accomplishes this.”
In another case of liberals justifying violence, Huffington Post writer Jesse Benn penned this gem entitled, “Sorry Liberals, A Violent Response To Trump Is As Logical As Any.” In it, Benn argues that liberals don’t understand that violence is sometimes, the answer. “They ignore the history of successful violent insurrection in the US, instead favoring the elementary school version of history in which nonviolence is the only means of struggle that’s ever achieved a thing,” he wrote.
Social media sites like Twitter were set ablaze late Thursday night as violence broke out yet again following a Donald Trump rally as anti-Trump protesters physically and verbally assaulted the presumptive GOP presidential nominee’s followers. Within the hysteria, CBS News legal correspondent Jan Crawford let slip a rather succinct point about the liberal media’s many double standards.
Huffington Post Business seized the opportunity to bash companies in an article about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and diversity. Huffington Post Executive Editor for Business and Technology Emily Peck’s May 24 story focused on Clinton’s decision to appoint Bernard Coleman as her “chief diversity officer” last year. But rather than simply praise Clinton, Peck leapt at the opportunity to accuse corporate America of being both racist and sexist.
The CEO of Unilever claims it is “absolutely crucial” to meet temperature targets set by the UN in Paris.
Paul Polman sounded the alarm in a recent interview with the liberal Huffington Post on May 23. He oversees Unilever, the company behind consumer brands like Dove, Lipton and Klondike.
The Huffington Post’s religion “experts” strike again, this time with the claim that transgenders were once considered Islamic royalty. Last week, in a poor effort to justify transgenderism in the eyes of Christians, an article appeared in the Huffington Post claiming that Jesus was the first transgender man. Now the publication is trying to do the same with Islam.
The Huffington Post has uncovered a fact that thousands of Biblical scholars and theologians have missed: Jesus was the first transgender man.
To HuffPo writer Suzanne Dewitt Hall, “the current flap in conservative Christian circles about bathroom access is a bit baffling.” She claims that God created transgenders in Genesis, after all.
In early May, Yasmin Nouh -- a blog editor at the Huffington Post website – stated: “Muslim women worldwide wear the hijab -- Islamic head covering -- in various ways,” which is “a testament to the rich diversity of Muslim women.” She then asked readers to send a picture of themselves with a short description to “illustrate the vibrancy and diversity of women who wear it.”
A week later, Nouh -- who wears a hajib herself -- posted an article in the Religion section containing 20 entries that show “the world how truly diverse Muslim women who wear the headscarf can be,” ranging from “having the freedom to live and express myself in my own way while still holding on to my beliefs and values” to "I'm Muslim and I'm proud!"
The Huffington Post is freaking out over climate change, and wants to figure out why most people aren’t.
“CLIMATE IN CRISIS,” HuffPo blared the headline on May 16. In addition to that all caps header, the homepage included an image of a flaming globe.