Bozell & Graham: Joy Reid's immoral moment

America was dismayed once Jared Lee Loughner force out a gun throughout a metropolis, Arizona, food marketparking zone in 2011 and shot then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords at intervals the pinnacle at point-blank vary and killed six others. 
No one recollects a TV student curious whether or not or not the parents got to root for Giffords to survive -- or anyone with the gall to imply her head wound was "self-inflicted."
That wasn't the case with the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and four others earlier this month. 
Outgoing "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley declared, "It's time to lift whether or not or not the attack on the u. s.Congress yesterday was foreseeablesure and, to some extent, self-inflicted." Wrong. it had been time for Pelley to evacuate the anchor chair. 
On June 17, MSNBC "AM Joy" host Joy thinker brought on leftist Rev. Dr. William Barber thus he maypreach his usual sermon relating to wicked Republicans international organization agency "crucify ballot rights" and enact completely different legislative evils. The MSNBC screen secure a "Moral Moment."
Reid created the reverend by speech, "it's a fragile issue as a results of, you know, clearly everyone seems to bewould like the congressman well and hoping that he recovers." She didn't stop there. 
She continued: "But Steve Scalise incorporates a history that we've all been forced to kind of ignore on race. He did return to leadership once some distinction of opinion over attending a white nationalist event, that he says he didn'tgrasp what it had been. He to boot co-sponsored a bill to amend the Constitution to stipulate weddingbetween an individual and a girl. He voted for the House health care bill, which, as you same, would gut health look aftervariant peopleadditionally as three million kids. And he co-sponsored a bill to repeal the ban on semiautomatic weapons. ... square measure we've got an inclination to required throughout a psyche to put that aside at the moment?"
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The Twitter account for Reid's "AM Joy" show seconded her feeling, saying, "Rep. #Scalise was shot by a white personwith a violent background, and saved by a black lesbian peace officer, and yet..." A graphic listed his votes for the House health care bill, a marriage modification to the Constitution and a repeal of the liberal regulation law. 
Common decency suggests that we've got an inclination to any or all hope and pray for the recovery of a worker, as at intervals the Giffords shooting. it's not the time to quibble relating to their couple ballot score. Greg Gutfeld on Fox same it best: "Let American state raise you this. a girl is raped. do i feel compelled afterwards to refer her stance on abortion or world warming?"
NBC and MSNBC weren't getting to address Reid's immoral moment. that that they had the audacity to drop that and applied their outrage instead to a Republican commission that created a notorious ad for the Georgia special election. It refers to the shooting and alleges that the "unhinged left" applauded the shooting, that the violence won't stop "if Jon Ossoff wins." everyone can denounce that -- which they did -- as a result of the various networks place the ad flap into vital rotation leading up to the election. 
But Joy Reid's uncivil rudeness -- will we've got to be compelled to root for Scalise to survive? -- went unaddressed. All the networks that airy this ad, deplored it and declared it "beyond offensive" were identical networks that barefacedly publicised the false liberal claim that former Gov. wife Palin was somehow chargeable for chattyGiffords getting shot. 
Civility is not a street for the left.

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