An MSNBC contributor has proven once and for all that the liberal media is completely out of its mind.
Steve Schmidt, who once served as a Republican strategist, blamed conservative pundits Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin, along with other conservative outlets, for radicalizing “crazy people” like pipe bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc, saying both of them have “blood on their hands.”
There is nothing worse than someone that has been “reformed” when it comes to expressing an opinion.
You know the person that used to chain smoke and disregarded every warning his or her friends offered about health issues.
Now, that same person is the first person to criticize anyone smoking.
Schmidt is the political equivalent of that person.
While once a Republican strategist, Schmidt now regularly spews anti-Republican rhetoric, making it sound as though we are facing the apocalypse under the Donald Trump administration.
As far as Schmidt is concerned, Levin and Limbaugh are directly responsible for the horrific actions by the political pipe bomber and the synagogue shooter in Pittsburgh.
“Mark Levin, and Rush Limbaugh, and Breitbart, and NewsBusters, and Judicial Watch, and all the rest of them, have blood on their hands for the incitements that they have made that have triggered and radicalized these crazy people,” Schmidt told MSNBC host Chris Hayes on All In Monday.
It is a rather interesting take on events, considering the lunacy that comes from the far left these days.
Schmidt did not stop there, either.
He also stated Trump’s rhetoric about the migrant caravan was nothing more than terrorist propaganda.
Correct me if I am wrong, but Trump has merely told the truth about the caravan… truths that were backed up by our own Department of Homeland Security.
Trump has also stated he will do his best to protect our country from this invasion.
What makes Schmidt’s comments any different from those he is accusing of riling up these crazy people?
The left has accused a sitting president of being a racist, a bigot, and on more than one occasion, likened him to Adolph Hitler.
These accusations have become so casual that young people who do not even know the true definition of fascism are using the term with regularity to describe our current government and presidential administration.
The rhetoric of the left has resulted in numerous riots, including American streets literally being set on fire during the presidential inauguration.
So, tell me again, who has blood on their hands, Mr. Schmidt?