I’m not sure how much I love it when this plan comes together.
[A]ccording to [a] Fairleigh Dickinson University’s latest PublicMind poll…“there is something about watching Fox News that leads people to do worse on these questions than those who don’t watch any news at all”
FoxNews worse than ignorance, it’s not just opinion, it’s science!
But there is more than just that.
“I don’t think we have the right to Monday-morning quarterback the police,” Bill O’Reilly said tonight, discussing the appalling use of pepper spray by UC Davis police on Friday.
…Megyn Kelly [told] O’Reilly, that pepper spray is “a food product, essentially”
Yeah, that’s right, we have no right to question the actions of authorities, not questioning authorities is what makes slogans like “freedom” and “liberty” worth believing. To question the police is to embrace the socialist notion you shouldn’t be pepper-sprayed by them repeatedly, based upon your political orientation.
Besides, pepper-spraying isn’t really about the abuse of civil protesters — particularly the non-FoxNews viewing ones.
It is about seasoning.