How dare you publicize my call for violence? It might provoke violence against me!

Frances Fox-Piven, the Marxist academic (she teaches at CUNY after retiring from Columbia), is complaining about death threats allegedly provoked by Glenn Beck accurately quoting her desire to see Greek-style riots (remember, there were deaths in these riots) in the United States.  Naturally, the New York Times pens a sympathetic article making Beck out as the bad guy.

Yet another example of the leftist double-standard at work. Accurate reporting (which contained absolutely no call for violence)  on Fox-Piven's explicit call for violence is demonized, while the person hoping for violence is canonized as a victim.

The left cannot withstand scrutiny on this.  Only an academic could believe reasoning this convoluted.

Hat tip: Powerline

Frances Fox-Piven, the Marxist academic (she teaches at CUNY after retiring from Columbia), is complaining about death threats allegedly provoked by Glenn Beck accurately quoting her desire to see Greek-style riots (remember, there were deaths in these riots) in the United States.  Naturally, the New York Times pens a sympathetic article making Beck out as the bad guy.

Yet another example of the leftist double-standard at work. Accurate reporting (which contained absolutely no call for violence)  on Fox-Piven's explicit call for violence is demonized, while the person hoping for violence is canonized as a victim.

The left cannot withstand scrutiny on this.  Only an academic could believe reasoning this convoluted.

Hat tip: Powerline

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