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Saturday, November 14, 2015

David Sirota, Twitter Super Star



The multiple Muslim attack on Paris on Friday night brought many people to Twitter to tweet their thoughts. I followed the thoughts of David Sirota, who describes himself in Wikipedia as "an American political commentator and radio host based in Denver. He is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, Democratic political spokesperson, and blogger."

LANGUAGE WARNING: I AM QUOTING A SMUG LIBERAL.

He started with this Tweet:


Nothing quite expresses a call for civility like using the A-word to describe those with whom you disagree. After admonishing us not to politicize, he posted this:


So after politicizing the event as much as he could, David irota tweeted:

Goodnight.

Except a minute later he tweeted again.

Oh, he wins Twitter. Just ask him.

7 comments:

  1. Obama and the left need to be held accountable for this mess. He is a failure as a leader and a human.

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  2. Live Streaming of the Terrorist Attacks and police response in Paris, France


    http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2015/11/sky-news-live-stream.html

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  3. Salon (http://www.salon.com/2015/11/14/and_so_the_hate_speech_begins_let_paris_be_the_end_of_the_rights_violent_language_toward_activists/), RawStory (http://www.rawstory.com/2015/11/because-twitter-is-our-national-id-here-are-the-worst-conservative-reactions-to-the-paris-attacks/) and MotherJones (http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2015/11/twitter-paris-attacks) all used the Paris attacks to attack conservatives. The Nationalists never had a Fifth Column so effective in the Spanish Civil War.

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  4. As usual, the Leftists are all on the other side, the Islamist jihadist side.

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  5. The usual M.O. Say something that you think will shut down or preemptively silence or render unacceptable anything said by the opposition (clearing the field with a carpet-bombing statement designed to silence), and then enter said empty space and expound one's opinion with alacrity and an utter lack of self-examined reasoning.

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  6. Point of order: all stories on Sirota should be accompanied by one of the photos of him throwing a "karate punch".

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