Tuesday evening, Second Amendment foe Mark Kelly, sent the following tweet in response to the deadly accurate video released by SarahPAC:
.@SarahPalinUSA mixing violence & political discourse can have traumatic consequences. Our leaders need to elevate the public conversation
— Mark Kelly (@ShuttleCDRKelly) September 11, 2013
As Twitchy pointed out:
Sadly, it seems that Kelly is still clinging to the debunked myth that “violent rhetoric” from Sarah Palin’s political action committee was responsible for the shooting of his wife, Gabrielle Giffords…
The connection between Sarah Palin and Jared Loughner was a fiction propagated by talking heads like Keith Olbermann and eventually picked up by President Obama himself, who insisted it is “important for us to pause for a moment and make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds.” This is the same president who would later note that “voting is the best revenge” and urged Latinos to “punish our enemies.”
This isn’t the first time Kelly has sunk to this level. Back in 2011, Kelly agreed when Piers Morgan suggested that Governor Palin should have taken some responsibility for horrific shooting of his wife. While this defies reality to anyone who knows what happened to Kelly’s wife, the political animals on the left still “cling” to this narrative in an effort to demonize their political opponents. “The ends justify the means,” as they say.
The irony of Kelly’s tweet didn’t go unnoticed by Steve. Twitchy linked up his response to Kelly, which read:
— Steve Flesher (@SflesherC4P) September 11, 2013
Yes, the man Kelly supports, the man who brought us death panels, Mr. Barack Obama, wants to bomb Syria. But see, in the uber political, metaphor-less world of Mark Kelly, it’s Governor Palin who’s the one “mixing” up the “violence.” Nice logic.
It takes a special kind of scumbag to use the attempted assassination of your spouse for political gain. To twist reality, blame the innocent all for nothing more than a pat on the head from power players of the political and media establishments. The man works cheap.