Apr
14
2013

Salon’s sad attempt at smearing the Right wrt Kermit Gosnell.

Now, I understand that this Alex Seitz-Wald fellow wishes to a) distract and b) infuriate the Right by repeating the bald-faced lie that conservatives only covered the Kermit Gosnell stories in the last week or so (and it is a bald-faced lie).  I will therefore trashcan my previous remarks and thus merely note that if Salon is going to talk about how conservatives supposedly did or did not cover the Gosnell atrocities in 2011, then they really should include a survey of what RedState – you know, a site that has its own Salon tag – did during that time period:

…Or did Alex Seitz-Wald actually do that research, and then decide that it was… unhelpful?

Just asking.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

PS: To review: we covered every single detail of this case, from the horrors involved, to the disgusting racial double standard that the Left applies to aborted children, and to what was going to be done by state legislators in direct response to these atrocities.  We even squarely put a fair share of blame on the Republican governor who let these atrocities happen on his watch.  And we were hardly the only prominent conservative site that did this.  So Salon can… correct their story.  Again.

PPS: And here is a quick selection of RedState diarists regarding this subject.  Just to make sure that it’s clear that the Gosnell atrocities were of interest to RedState’s readers, too.

*Our RedHot feature has been linked to Twitter for some time.  Links to those posts showed up on the front page.

3 Comments

  • Catseyes says:

    MSM types don’t know how to do research, it’s apparently above their paygrade or something. I’ve seen so many MSM stories that were just generally ignorant of the “facts” they were supposed to be reporting on that I no longer trust them to even get the weather right. And normally even the weatherman is a bit off.

  • Spegen says:

    Its the old “squirrel!” defense

  • Finrod says:

    “If we pretend our opponents are as bad as we are, then we can avoid feeling bad about ourselves.”

    This is the ‘principle’ they’re acting on.

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