When it comes to the current rules of Democrat-leftist political discourse Rule #1 is that cyberbullying fascist David Hogg is untouchable.
Rules 2-10: When in doubt, see Rule #1.
Hogg damned near succeeded in wrecking the career of Fox News host Laura Ingraham who dared to mock him for not being accepted into four colleges and then whining about it. Before you could say “George Soros” Hogg and the hate organization Media Matters had organized a pressure campaign on corporations to pull their advertising from Ingraham’s show. At last count, over 20 have done so with Allstate Insurance being the latest big name to cave in to the terrorists.
Ingraham’s name and a reservoir of credibility with conservatives allowed her to keep her job and during her Monday program, blasted the “Stalinists” of the left who are using intimidation and mob rule to crush free speech.
A lesser name wasn’t so lucky and conservative television host has been booted from his job with embattled Sinclair after he tweeted that he was getting ready to jam a red hot poker straight up Hogg’s goosestepping ass.
The liberal hate campaign has shifted from Fox to conservative Sinclair Broadcasting and pundit Jamie Allman of “The Allman Report” which was broadcast from the shithole of St. Louis, a city that has been rocked by racial strife and liberal anarchy following the acquittal of a white former police officer who shot a black suspect in 2011. The verdict came last summer and the streets erupted in violence with the mob even attacking the mayor’s house and breaking windows. Fortunately, the woman wasn’t home at the time or she might have been dragged out, gang-raped and lynched.
Allman was terminated over his blasphemy of a child who by all appearances seems to be being groomed for something much bigger.
Conservative commentator Jamie Allman tweeted in late March describing how he would use "a hot poker" and assault David Hogg. https://t.co/GTXVX5MqsF
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) April 10, 2018
As reported by USA Today “Conservative TV show host out at Sinclair station after David Hogg comment”:
The conservative host of a nightly TV show on a St. Louis station owned by Sinclair Broadcasting has resigned after drawing fire regarding comments he made on Twitter against a Parkland, Fla., high school student who has become a gun control activist.
Jamie Allman tweeted in late March describing how he would use “a hot poker” and assault David Hogg, according to the Riverfront Times, an alternative newsweekly in St. Louis. Hogg, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, emerged as a leader after the shootings that killed 17 in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14. Here’s a link to the Riverfront Times‘ reporting, which includes graphic language.
Ronn Torossian, CEO of the PR firm 5W and Sinclair’s spokesperson, told USA TODAY in an email that Allman’s resignation was accepted and that his show on ABC-affiliate KDNL is canceled.
Chalk up another casualty in the left’s war on the First Amendment.