Lies & Damn Lies

J.C. Arenas
Thanks to the left, Rush Limbaugh's attempt to become a minority owner of a NFL franchise went down in flames. They branded Limbaugh as a racist and used outrageous, unconfirmed racist quotes to support their argument. Now they confirm the gasoline they used to burn down his dream was, wait for it, a lie.

Karl Frisch, a Senior Fellow at Media Matters, was a guest on the Stephanie Miller Show yesterday and had the following to say:

"You know, in fairness to Rush, those two out of literally dozens of racist things were not necessarily accurate. We were never able to find them. We've had people call us trying to find it. We don't know where they came from. They could just be Internet apparitions. But you know, that being said, anyone who wants to know how racist he is, we're happy to give them other examples."

Frisch's remarks raise questions on several fronts.

First, after his organization has played a major role in the smear campaign against Rush, he's now concerned with being fair to him?

Second, how could he just now entertain the possibility that the quotes in question were just internet apparitions?

Third, if he has so many examples of Rush's supposed racism, why place these unconfirmed quotes at the forefront of their attack?

Answer: Frisch and Media Matters never cared about being fair to Rush. The inconvenient truth is they have nothing to use against Rush that proves he is what they say he is.

Liberal politicians and advocacy groups will stop at nothing to destroy conservatism because they know it's a threat to their mission and they fear it. The more they fear us, the more they will attack us. We're all racists now, but who is a racist today? An individual who opposes the liberal agenda?

I question how it is possible that many normal, inherently good-hearted people can side with liberals.  Maybe they're suckered in by their faux utopian society built on good intentions, but look at what they're doing. Their agenda and the people enlisted to advance it are fundamentally dishonest. They will lie to anybody about anything to further their cause. That doesn't mean they should automatically side with conservatives, but forget about politics here, what happened to right and wrong? The left intentionally lied against Limbaugh for their own gain. That is wrong and that's the only thing that matters here, not Frisch and his radical liberal organization.

J.C. Arenas is a frequent contributor to American Thinker and welcomes your comments at jcarenas.com
Thanks to the left, Rush Limbaugh's attempt to become a minority owner of a NFL franchise went down in flames. They branded Limbaugh as a racist and used outrageous, unconfirmed racist quotes to support their argument. Now they confirm the gasoline they used to burn down his dream was, wait for it, a lie.

Karl Frisch, a Senior Fellow at Media Matters, was a guest on the Stephanie Miller Show yesterday and had the following to say:

"You know, in fairness to Rush, those two out of literally dozens of racist things were not necessarily accurate. We were never able to find them. We've had people call us trying to find it. We don't know where they came from. They could just be Internet apparitions. But you know, that being said, anyone who wants to know how racist he is, we're happy to give them other examples."

Frisch's remarks raise questions on several fronts.

First, after his organization has played a major role in the smear campaign against Rush, he's now concerned with being fair to him?

Second, how could he just now entertain the possibility that the quotes in question were just internet apparitions?

Third, if he has so many examples of Rush's supposed racism, why place these unconfirmed quotes at the forefront of their attack?

Answer: Frisch and Media Matters never cared about being fair to Rush. The inconvenient truth is they have nothing to use against Rush that proves he is what they say he is.

Liberal politicians and advocacy groups will stop at nothing to destroy conservatism because they know it's a threat to their mission and they fear it. The more they fear us, the more they will attack us. We're all racists now, but who is a racist today? An individual who opposes the liberal agenda?

I question how it is possible that many normal, inherently good-hearted people can side with liberals.  Maybe they're suckered in by their faux utopian society built on good intentions, but look at what they're doing. Their agenda and the people enlisted to advance it are fundamentally dishonest. They will lie to anybody about anything to further their cause. That doesn't mean they should automatically side with conservatives, but forget about politics here, what happened to right and wrong? The left intentionally lied against Limbaugh for their own gain. That is wrong and that's the only thing that matters here, not Frisch and his radical liberal organization.

J.C. Arenas is a frequent contributor to American Thinker and welcomes your comments at jcarenas.com