FLASHBACK: Cenk Uygur Mocked Idea 'Vote Trump' Church Arson Was a Hoax
Remember the Mississippi church arson? You know, the one where the perpetrator spray-painted "Vote Trump" on the side of the building? Well, in case you missed it, that "hate crime" turned out to be a hoax. Good luck explaining this stuff to that anthropomorphic cockroach, Cenk Uygur...
The arrest of a black suspect in the burning of a black Mississippi church has left egg on the faces of The Young Turks, which last month ridiculed the possibility the attack wasn’t a hate crime.
“Well, it could be a Democrat! It could be a liberal! You don’t know!” host Cenk Uygur jeered with dripping sarcasm.
“It could be Black Lives Matter, though perhaps not,” added host John Iadarola. “Vote Trump, very clear political message there.”
Iadarola later described the fire as a “terrorist attack,” while Uygur described the attack as the latest example of white terrorism against blacks in the American South.
I have a tip for that Smugasaurus Rex, Cenk, and the other mouth-breathers over at TYT. In your "reasonable discussions," go a little lighter on the arrogance and a lot heavier on the reasonable. You're welcome.
It was obvious the fire wasn't set by Trumpers. Everybody knows leftists are the ones who like lighting stuff up (read Tolerance: Leftists Burn Trump Supporter’s Lawn… Because of a Sculpture?). Heck, lefties are down with setting people on fire (read ‘Tolerant’ Liberals Threaten to Burn Alive Electoral College Voter and Family). As long as they're Republicans, of course. Because tolerance and stuff.
Progressives, like Cenk the greaseball, are always making incorrect assumptions pre-facts. Like calling for gun control over the Ohio State...knifeman. Also, post-facts. Like calling the ISIS-inspired Orlando shooting a right-wing plot. Let's be honest, facts are the bane of leftists' existence. The same way a flight of stairs is to Michael Moore.
People like Cenk light up with joy at the sight of a possible "hate crime." Then they cross their chubby, bacon grease-covered fingers, hoping the truth lines up later.
But if the graffiti-sprayed burning black church sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Speaking of bacon grease...