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MSNBC anchor Alec Baldwin was videotaped shouting “c**ksucking f*g,” to a photographer by TMZ.com, John Nolte writes at Big Journalism:

MSNBC hired Baldwin knowing he was already guilty of hurling anti-gay hate speech at a reporter. Back in June, Baldwin not only used his Twitter account to hurl anti-gay slurs, he  threatened the reporter and called on his Twitter followers to “straighten out this f**king little bitch.”

Almost all of the mainstream media gave Baldwin a total pass for his reprehensible behavior last June. In fact, afterwards he won a weekly show on MSNBC (which is currently collapsing in the ratings).

Maybe the media was exhausted after destroying cooking guru Paula Deen over something she said thirty years ago.

Nolte refers to Baldwin as an “actor,” but as I mentioned back in August, when the idea for Baldwin’s show was initially floated by NBC, if the former actor is going to host a talk show for NBC, then he’s now in the same profession as the photographers he loves to threaten and hurl abuse at — they’re both working journalists attempting to gather news and information and present them to the public. And why NBC would sanction any of their employees to behave in such a fashion is a curious double-standard — almost as big a double-standard as contractually allowing Al Sharpton to remain an activist while also playing the role of NBC anchorman.

Between’s Al Sharpton’s history of rabble-rousing, fabulism, and anti-Semitism, Baldwin’s hair-trigger homophobia, and the number of microphones Ed Schultz must ruin each week with his spittle-flecked invective, keeping a safe distance from all of NBC’s toxic anchors seems like rather sound advice these days — perhaps for members of both parties.

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"Homophobic"


What is this leftist-speak doing here?


A phobia is an irrational fear of something. To use this term to describe all opposition to the homosexual agenda is to engage in the very same Orwellian Newspeak that characterizes the left.

If you want to support the homosexual agenda, Driscoll, at least do it honestly.

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According to the Left, their embryonic KKK and Nazis are thoughtful, experienced, provocative, smart, entertaining and probably even wise.

Funny how virtually all expressions of mainstream institutionalized (as opposed to individual) hate-speech emanates from the liberal Left.

Institutionalized mainstream racial huddlings - anthologies, web sites, awards, organizations, conventions - the Left.

Institutionalized mainstream gender huddlings - anthologies, web sites, awards, organizations, conventions - the Left.

Institutionalized mainstream queer huddlings - anthologies, web sites, awards, organizations, conventions - the Left.

There are no mainstream white culture web sites in America. There are no mainstream white Miss America contests or calls for whites-only or male-only anthologies in mainstream literature. There are no organizations set up by blacks to help diversify their own organizations by providing money to whites like the Carl Brandon Society and Con-Or-Bust do to non-whites. There are no museums that have reverse versions of books about white privilege like the racist "39 Questions for White People" currently floating around.

Boxing doesn't care about diversity - neither does the NBA or hip-hop. Roller Derby isn't putting out a call for more straight men.

GLAAD went straight after Kobe Bryant for the same thing as Baldwin did. But this is a little too political since it's MSNBC, and so I guess it's hands off, and a continuing of the blimp-sized double standards the Left feeds off of like vampires.
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