We’ve always known that there’s no equivocation a like leftist’s equivocation. But this one has raised the bar (or do I mean lowered?).
Megyn Kelly interviewed Erica Payne on the thug-like tactics of SEIU this past Sunday as hundreds of them stormed the front door of Bank of America executive Greg Baer’s home. Payne barely gets out a perfunctory condemnation of the mob tactics before she launched into a hilarious attempt at blaming the Tea Party activists as the root of the problem:
Yes, you saw right. This is a laughable attempt at equating the organized and approved mob scene sponsored by the SEIU with one lone nut who posted a ridiculous and offensive suggestion on his blog in the wake of the health care vote.
And as she uses one side of her mouth to pretend to condemn this sort of behavior, she quickly uses the other side to throw more gasoline on the fire with class-warfare rhetorical talking points such as “300 billion dollars in bonuses”, “600 million dollars on lobbyists”, “They (the bankers) walk around in a bubble”.
Right up to the end she continues to dismiss the SEIU mob and tries to point back at the lone blogger who identifies himself with the Tea Party movement. According to her she just wants to “make sure we realize we have problems on both sides of the political aisle”.
Read the rest here.