Looks like Stephen A. Smith will have to find another outlet where he can muse about the role domestic violence victims play in their abuse. At least for a little while:
Viewers can’t help but wonder:
Some are suggesting that Smith got off pretty easy:
Looks that way. We’ll find out more soon enough.
Here’s something else to think about in the meantime:
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Fox News’ “The Five” gave Twitchy founder Michelle Malkin a well-deserved shout out on Thursday for leading a phenomenal social media win against MSNBC.
MSNBC tweeted a despicable prediction that the Right would “hate” a sweet Cheerios ad featuring a biracial family. Led by Malkin, conservatives used the #MyRightwingBiracialFamily hashtag to share beautiful photos of their diverse, loving families .
“Bravo to those who crushed this bigoted bug so swiftly,” said Greg Gutfeld on “The Five” after MSNBC’s executive editor ridiculously claimed “that’s not who we are” and the network’s president apologized. Gutfeld added, “I’ve got to hand it to Michelle Malkin … I’m tired of outrage. I like action.”
Gutfeld also called the network a “one stop shop for master race-baiting.” Snicker. It’s all in the delivery.
Video courtesy of the RightSightings YouTube channel:
‘Self unaware overload’: Despicable MSNBC pounded by reality after saying ‘right wing will hate’ biracial family [pics]; Update: MSNBC deletes its tweet and apologizes (for the tweet, not the article)
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In January, liberal blogger Ezra Klein, formerly of the Washington Post, promised a “new way of delivering the news.” That “new way” is ready for launch, as announced by Klein and Slate’s Matt Yglesias, who will serve as executive editor of Vox:
The best part?
The launch sponsor is General Electric. Both Klein and Yglesias have blasted a system that offers corporations like G.E. major tax loopholes. But if the surplus is invested in the “proper” venture, apparently they’re willing to look the other way.
Yglesias also used General Electric as an example of “terrible” corporate behavior in a December column titled “Dividends are Evil.”
Sen. Ted Cruz headlined Politico’s Playbook Breakfast this morning.
Who’s his favorite tweeter? He mentioned someone you might have heard of: conservative columnist and Twitchy founder Michelle Malkin.
Some of her recent Twitter wins:
- This is how it’s done: Michelle Malkin leads crushing social media win against MSNBC smear [pics]
- Michelle Malkin smacks down lib misrepresentation of journo fawning over FLOTUS’ dress
- Michelle Malkin calls out Whoopi Goldberg over comments about Dana Loesch
- Michelle Malkin calls out double standard in outrage over sexist attacks on female journos
Is it any wonder progressives fret over “The Malkin Effect“?