Rachel Maddow Influenced Gunman’s Rampage
Earlier this week, James T. Hodgkinson gunned down Republicans at baseball practice.
Now, the shooter’s letters show Rachel Maddow influenced his violent spree.
Undoubtedly, the media plays a huge part in this week’s shootings. Their continued efforts to discredit President Trump deepened the divide between the Left and the Right. Rep Jack Bergman pointed out the fact that the media is deciding the stories as opposed to reporting them.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 14, 2017
Now, letters from Hodgkinson reveal how deeply the media influenced him.
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In addition to his disturbing social media feed, Hodgkinson wrote many letters to newspapers, blogs, etc. He criticized Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly for the amount of money they made. Further, he supported the ideas of President Obama and income inequality. Additionally, he often cited such inequality as a cause of the Great Depression. Sadly, his opinions were tarnished by liberalism.
In one letter, Hodgkinson revealed Rachel Maddow to be the core of his deranged notions.
One of my favorite TV shows is “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC.
On a recent show she stated that 17 very rich men are supplying the Republican Party with more than 60 percent of their campaign contributions.
These men are trying to buy our country. You know they expect something for all this money.
Hodgkinson also suffered from Obama delusions.
He believed Obama was a friend to the working man.
I can’t believe how many people are upset with our president. You’d think that the world was full of rich millionaires. Why else would these people talk badly about a guy who has their best interest at heart?
If we don’t want another Great Depression, we should re-elect the man who is working for the working man. President Ronald Reagan’s “trickle down” policy did not work, and never will.
Further, he hoped to see all Republicans voted out of Congress. Therefore, Trump’s win left him disgruntled.
Maddow Poked the Bear
From day 1, Rachel Maddow worked to discredit Trump. Remember when she spent all day talking up her exclusive tax returns? She was trumped by the president when he released them ahead of her show. Furthermore, the tax returns prove Trump paid taxes he wasn’t required to pay. Has anyone seen Obama do that? Or Bernie Sanders? Imagine if the Clintons donated to the tax fund. That would be incredible. However, Maddow skipped those facts on her witch hunt.
Obviously, Maddow’s anti-Trump propaganda day after day pushed Hodgkinson over the edge.
Deny, Deny, Deny
According to Breitbart, Maddow denied any correspondence with the shooter, but later deleted the claim.
Maddow referenced a Hodgkinson letter to [a local news] editor.
“[H]e once submitted a letter to the editor that cited statistics about political donations that he says he heard on this TV show because he said he watched this TV show,” she said. “I should tell you we went through our correspondence today as soon as we got his name, as soon as we got that detail about him. We didn’t find evidence he ever sent anything to this show or tried to contact us at all.”
During the re-air of her program at 12 a.m. ET, the segment did not air. Instead, the opening segment was a replay of a May 26 segment about allegations of President Donald Trump and his associates having ties with the Russian government.
Can Maddow Save Face?
MSNBC could learn a thing or two from Fox News. It’s time they use the magic words. “You’re Fired.” Maddow’s faulty reporting is an attack on the president. Furthermore, her buffoonery (as #KevinJackson would say) now incites violence.
Maddow is a danger to the country. She believes she is smart. However, her leftism wiped out her senses long ago. Still, she will do anything to stay on the air. Her latest stunt is admitting the lie.
For months, Maddow used “Russia” in almost every sentence. Now, she’s admitting the Russian story is most likely fake. The leftist playbook says “lie now, apologize later.” However, the media should be barred from the game.