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Rudy Giuliani, Asshole of the Day for February 19, 2015
Ever since police shootings and racist policing returned to the news last summer, Rudy Giuliani has injected himself into the stories to push his racist viewpoints.
We first called attention to...

Rudy Giuliani, Asshole of the Day for February 19, 2015

Ever since police shootings and racist policing returned to the news last summer, Rudy Giuliani has injected himself into the stories to push his racist viewpoints.

We first called attention to this when he asserted that the black community was responsible for any and all violence and crime committed by any black person, a standard he certainly doesn’t hold white people to. We even highlighted Ta-Nehisi Coates well-deserved mocking of Giuliani’s argument.

Then a month later we highlighted how Giuliani blamed Obama and peaceful protesters of racist police shooting for the death of two policemen.

But Giuliani hasn’t stopped there. In a fundraiser for Scott Walker, Giuliani told the crowd:

“I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America,” Giuliani said, as quoted by Politico. “He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country.

He later goes on to say: "What the hell? What’s wrong with this man that he can’t stand up and say there’s a part of Islam that’s sick?” This goes back to the recent nonsense over Obama pointing out that Christianity also has a history of extremist violence at the National Prayer Breakfast. And if you can’t see what’s wrong with that argument, here’s what Digby had to say:

I don’t know.  I guess for the same reason he doesn’t stand up and say that there’s part of Catholicism that’s sick. After all, the Catholic priesthood has been crawling with child molesters for decades. For all we know, centuries.  I’m going to take a guess that as a Catholic he doesn’t think it would be right to tar the vast majority of non-pedophile Catholics with the actions of those priests or define the religion itself as a pedophiliac belief system. 

I think she does a good job of pointing out how Giuliani lumps together groups to take responsibility for the worst of their members, but then doesn’t apply the same responsibility to the groups that he is a member.

But back to Giuliani’s Obama doesn’t love America and wasn’t raised right argument, I think the real question is for Giuliani:

  • Loves America how, Rudy? Like you do– only the white parts? The love that blames every black person for the crimes of a few black people, a standard you don’t hold white people to?
  • Not brought up the way you were? To what– be racist? To trample people’s rights in the name of security?

Of course Giuliani isn’t going to answer questions like that. His statements are dog-whistles to his audience about how Obama isn’t like us, he’s an outsider. Obama is black, we get it. Never mind that Obama’s mother was every bit as white as Giuliani’s mother. Nope. Doesn’t matter to Giuliani. And for that, Giuliani is the Asshole of the Day.

UPDATE: Giuliani claims it’s not racist because Obama’s mother is white. Seriously:

“Some people thought it was racist — I thought that was a joke, since he was brought up by a white mother, a white grandfather, went to white schools, and most of this he learned from white people,” Mr. Giuliani said in the interview. “This isn’t racism. This is socialism or possibly anti-colonialism.”

Sorry, Rudy, but let’s not pretend there’s no history of racism against people who are only half black. It insults us both.


It is Rudy Giuliani’s third time as Asshole of the Day.

Full story: Talking Points Memo and Digby Hullaballoo


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Gene Alday, Asshole of the Day for February 17, 2015
How can you tell if someone’s being racist? I suppose that’s a complicated question, but when they are starting sentences with “all the blacks”, then they are certainly on the road to Racist Town,...

Gene Alday, Asshole of the Day for February 17, 2015

How can you tell if someone’s being racist? I suppose that’s a complicated question, but when they are starting sentences with “all the blacks”, then they are certainly on the road to Racist Town, even if they eventually turn off.

Rep. Gene Alday of Mississippi claims he’s not a racist, but then he said this:

The comments in question refer to African-Americans in his hometown of Walls, a small community in DeSoto County. Alday, 57, told Clarion-Ledger investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell that he comes “from a town where all the blacks are getting food stamps and what I call ‘welfare crazy checks.’ They don’t work.”

He also said that when he went to the emergency room one time, “I liked to died. I laid in there for hours because they (blacks) were in there being treated for gunshots.”

He would later claim he wasn’t being racist and was being quoted out of context. That seems impossible, because the only way the speaker of this quote isn’t racist is if he’s quoting a racist. These were his words, and his statement was racist.

Finally today he apologized, saying

Addressing the House of Representatives, Alday acknowledged he made a mistake without repeating his original comments.

“I didn’t do it with intent, but I am deeply sorry for my recent statements and I was wrong to say what I did and there is no excuse for my behavior,” Alday said. “I value the relationships I’ve made with everyone in this House.”

It’s great that he apologized, but it’s also to our way of thinking an admission that he is in fact the Asshole of the Day.


This is Rep. Alday’s first time as Asshole of the Day.

Full story: The Clarion Ledger


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Asshole of the Day, December 10, 2014: Mark Wahlberg

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You might know Mark Wahlberg the movie star.  And, if you’re of a certain age, you might remember him as pseudo rapper Marky Mark. What you might not know about Mark Wahlberg is that he used to be a violent, racist jackass.

Yes, you read that correctly: before he helped save the world from Decepticons, Wahlberg terrorized people of color in his Boston neighborhood. Those violent and racist crimes, described here, happened in 1988. In one incident he threw rocks and yelled slurs at African-American children. In another, he attacked two Vietnamese men, again yelling slurs. He hit one man with a stick and punched the other in the eye, leaving him partially blind. It was this second incident that earned Wahlberg a stint in jail: 45 whole days.

Now, Wahlberg is asking the state of Massachussetts to forgive his violent past.  In his petition for a pardon, Wahlberg writes:

“Receiving a pardon would be a formal recognition that I am not the same person that I was on the night of April 8, 1988.”

He goes on to add that he is “deeply sorry” for his actions “ and for any "lasting damage” that he may have caused the victims.

There are several issues with Wahlberg’s request for a pardon.
If he’s so sorry, why hasn’t he reached out to the victims to apologize? He’s a rich guy - he could marshal his resources to find the men he attacked. The Boston Globe did.

Why does he need a pardon, anyway? It’s not like his criminal record has affected his ability to make a living. The same can’t be said for the countless other individuals who, because of a youthful mistake, can’t even find entry level work.

Wahlberg runs restaurants. On the job applications for those restaurants, applicants are asked if they have a felony conviction. Hypocrisy? You decide.

Most disturbing is the timing of Wahlberg’s petition. Much of the country - the world, even - is still reacting to the decisions not to indict white officers who killed unarmed black men in Ferguson, MO and New York City. Part of the outrage lead to the #crimingwhilewhite hashtag on Twitter - stories from white people who shared their personal crime stories…crimes that usually ended with the offender getting a verbal warning.

Wahlberg’s story speaks perfectly to the stark differences between the way the cops and the courts treat whites and people of color. Wahlberg certainly wasn’t a ‘good’ kid - he had a record - but the judge was very lenient with his 45 day sentence. Ask yourself why.

Look: we believe that everyone has a right to a second chance. Wahlberg has certainly gotten his: he’s a bad kid who got on the right path and made something of himself. Nicely done.

But he’s extremely unaware if he doesn’t realize that his 45 days sentence was a gift from justice, that he doesn’t deserve anything more. Especially when you consider the real reason he wants his crimes “erased” from the system:
His past actions are preventing him from getting a liquor license for his restaurants.
Wahlberg isn’t asking for a pardon as part of the fight for ex-offender’s rights. He’s not asking so he can start a job training program for people with a criminal past. Instead, he wants a pardon for a truly selfish reason: so he can get a liquor license that will allow him to make more money.

And, for that, he is Asshole of the Day.
It’s Mark Wahlberg’s first time as Asshole of the Day.

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Peter King, Asshole of the Day for December 4, 2014
by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat)
Whenever something awful happens where the victim is black and the perpetrator white, there are always apologists. So we can’t act too surprised when people...

Peter King, Asshole of the Day for December 4, 2014

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Whenever something awful happens where the victim is black and the perpetrator white, there are always apologists. So we can’t act too surprised when people spring up to defend the policeman who used an illegal chokehold to kill Eric Garner over a petty crime.

And yesterday after the grand jury refused to indict the policeman, they were out in force. But usually the apologists have just one awful thing to say. Like Gretchen Carlson, who worried what protests over police brutality might do to the Tree Lighting Ceremony. Yes, she said that.

But Rep. Peter King took the cake, making not one, but distinct two offensive statements. At one point he blamed Garner’s obesity, rather than the policeman who used a chokehold that has been banned by the NYPD for over 20 years:

“You had a 350-pound person who was resisting arrest. The police were trying to bring him down as quickly as possible,” King said in an appearance on CNN’s “The Situation Room.” “If he had not had asthma and a heart condition and was so obese, almost definitely he would not have died from this. The police had no reason to know he was in serious condition.”

“I have no doubt, if that were a 350-pound white guy, he would have been treated the same,” King told CNN.

Look, asshole, the NYPD banned the chokehold precisely because people sometimes die from it. So you can’t blame people for dying when policemen aren’t supposed to use it. And beyond that he’s saying you have to keep yourself in good shape so that you don’t die of police brutality.

But that wasn’t even the worst of it. On Facebook he wrote:

While the death of Eric Garner was tragic, all New Yorkers should respect the decision of the Staten Island grand jury not to indict NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo.

During this tense time in New York, it must be noted and remembered that no organization has done more to safeguard the lives of young African Americans in New York City than the NYPD.

It is time for all New Yorkers - and indeed all Americans - to acknowledge this fact.

It must be noted and remembered that no organization has done more to safeguard the lives of young African Americans in New York City than the NYPD. From these protests it’s pretty obvious that African Americans don’t think this is true. And they would know, wouldn’t they? And there are more. Off the top of her head, my friend @GirlGetALife suggested that “these guys would disagree with King’s statement about no one doing more than the NYPD to protect black lives/black men”:

Discriminating against and brutalizing a population is not defending it. And I’m just sick of people assuming that harassing and harming minorities is the only way to maintain law and order. I’m thinking of people like Ray Kelly and others who say things like this:

Former New York Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly predicted last year that “no question about it, violent crime will go up” if the city were to move away from stop-and-frisk policing. He was wrong. Stop-and-frisks, which almost exclusively targeted black and Hispanic men, are down 79 percent through the first nine months of 2014. And instead of descending into chaos and crime, New York has also seen less violent crime. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday the city’s crime rate fell 4.4 percent in the first 11 months of the year.

So crime went down, and so did the harassment of innocent minorities. I just hope DeBlasio doesn’t stop there; the police still need fixing. But the point is that police don’t need a blank check to enforce the law.

And people like King should just stop with their police defense at all costs, no matter what they do. It’s crazy, and insults the intelligence of everyone. People have bad days at work. Police are people, and they have bad days too. Days when they are not at their best. Days when they make mistakes. Should they be fired for a bad day? I guess it depends on what happened, but they should be held accountable. Just like everyone else.

And we all know that some people don’t just have bad days– they’re lazy, sloppy, reckless, abusive. They should be fired. We resent when those coworkers aren’t fired. So, why, I ask, is it OK to hold everyone but cops to this standard? Especially when someone dies because of them?

Finally, it’d be nice of police were willing to criticize another policemen for horrific behavior now and then, especially when it’s caught on tape. But they never do. Code of silence and shit. But then they and their district attorney friends complain about African Americans refusing to snitch? Please. Try leading by example.

So, for claiming that NYPD defends African American lives more than anyone, despite all the evidence to the contrary, Peter King is the Asshole of the Day.

It is Peter King’s first time being named Asshole of the Day.

Full story: Talking Points Memo.

Related reading: 10 Ways the System Is Rigged Against Justice for People Wrongly Killed by Cops.


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Keith Ablow, Asshole of the Day for December 3, 2014
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Apparently it’s not enough for people on Fox News to just blame Michael Brown for his own death. I mean, everyone does that, so if you want to break through,...

Keith Ablow, Asshole of the Day for December 3, 2014

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Apparently it’s not enough for people on Fox News to just blame Michael Brown for his own death. I mean, everyone does that, so if you want to break through, you have to take it up a notch. And so here comes Dr. Keith Ablow:

“Listen, the investigation into Michael Brown’s death has ended, and now the investigation into his life should begin,” Ablow explained. “And I would question whether having a stepfather like Michael Brown’s, this man who should be charged with attempting to incite a riot, influenced Michael Brown to lose his life, to have no respect for the property of others, no respect for authority.”

“And therefore, to find himself engaged in a mortal conflict with a law officer — an officer of the law.”

The fact that he is the stepfather makes him culpable potentially for more than just those words, for the life of Michael Brown,” he concluded.

So now parents should be indicted for the problems of their children, even after the child turns 18. That’s what he’s saying here.

Of course that’s not the law. No prosecutor will indict him for that. Even Robert McCulloch wouldn’t. Well, let’s hope not. [Of course I say this and then I learned today that the grand jury in New York failed to indict the policeman who killed Eric Garner using an illegal chokehold, but the grand jury did indict the guy who filmed it!. Yes, this happened.]

But what strikes me here is that this is racist. Unless there’s some example in the past of Dr. Ablow suggesting that a white parent be indicted for something an adult child did, it’s pretty clear that he’s just holding black people to this standard. Did he call for the parents of any of the recent white mass murders to be hauled into court to answer for their children’s crimes? Nope.

So, for saying a grieving parent should be charged with crimes of their grown child, but only if they’re black, Dr. Keith Ablow the Asshole of the Day.

It is Dr. Keith Ablow’s fourth time being named Asshole of the Day. Previous wins were for

Full story: Raw Story.


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Bill O'Reilly, Asshole of the Day for December 2, 2014
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Bill O'Reilly doesn’t believe in white privilege even though he grew up in a segregated community that blacks weren’t allowed to live in. But he says he’s not...

Bill O'Reilly, Asshole of the Day for December 2, 2014

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Bill O'Reilly doesn’t believe in white privilege even though he grew up in a segregated community that blacks weren’t allowed to live in. But he says he’s not a racist of course.

On Sunday some St. Louis Rams players came out using the “hands up, don’t shoot” pose to show solidarity with protesters in Ferguson:

But Bill O'Reilly isn’t having any of it, and says the players are too stupid to know what they were doing:

“Look, you’ve got crazy people on all sides, Bill,” said Juan Williams, arguing with the host’s opinion that anyone who assumes the “hands up, don’t shoot” position thinks that all police are hunting down all minorities. “But if you think that those football players identify and say, ‘Oh, all cops are bad’? That is not true.”

“No,” O’Reilly responds with the utmost condescension. “Quite frankly, I don’t think they’re smart enough to know what they’re doing. I don’t. I absolutely don’t think they’re smart enough to know what they’re doing.”

Yes, he said that.

Really, it’s not hard. Hands up, don’t shoot. The protesters have been using it for 3 months. It both shows anger at police shooting Michael Brown, who many think had his hands up when he was shot, and says to the police at protests that they are not posing a threat.

But Bill O'Reilly doesn’t think the players are smart enough to get that. Is it because they’re black? Or because they disagree with his worldview that racism no longer exists? Hard to say. But the answer doesn’t really matter since both are enough to make him the Asshole of the Day.

It is Bill O'Reilly’s fifth time being named Asshole of the Day. Previous wins include

Full story: Salon.


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Rudy Giuliani, Asshole of the Day for December 1, 2014
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Rudy Giuliani just won’t shut up. A week ago he pulled out the “black on black crime” mantra, as a way to deflect attention from police shootings, for which...

Rudy Giuliani, Asshole of the Day for December 1, 2014

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Rudy Giuliani just won’t shut up. A week ago he pulled out the “black on black crime” mantra, as a way to deflect attention from police shootings, for which he was justifiably mocked. But he didn’t stop there. Yesterday he was on Fox News telling people that, sure police could do a better job, but it’s mostly African American’s fault:

Responding to a grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for killing 18-year-old Michael Brown, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday that the black community is more responsible for the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police than the officers themselves.

“I do believe that there is more interaction and more unfair interaction between police officers, white and black,” he admitted during an appearance on Fox News Sunday. “But I think just as much, if not more, responsibility is on the black community to reduce the reason why the police officers are assigned in such large numbers to the black community. It’s because blacks commit murder eight times more per capita than any other group in our society.

More responsibility is on the black community to reduce crime than on the police. It sounds fine, and I’m sure it makes perfect sense to the viewers on Fox News, or really any racist who wants to blame African Americans for their problems and excuse themselves and America at large for not doing anything.

But it’s bullshit, and here’s why:

  1. A white man living in an all white neighborhood isn’t responsible for stopping his white neighbors from murdering each other, or committing crimes generally.
  2. But, according to Giuliani, the “black community” is responsible for reducing crime committed by black people. So all blacks are responsible for any individual crime committed by a black person.

And that’s not a subtelty– that’s the whole argument that he and all the other “black on black crime” people are all making. Black people are responsible for other black people, but white people aren’t responsible for the actions of white people. That’s racism, plain and simple.

So, for applying a different standard of responsibility for crime for blacks than for whites, Rudy Giuliani is the Asshole of the Day.

It is Rudy Giuliani’s first time being named Asshole of the Day.

Full story: Think Progress.


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Ben Stein, Asshole of the Day for November 11, 2014
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I’ve noticed that since the election, many of the politicians are acting like they will be grown ups and govern. There’s been a distinct change in tone. Of...

Ben Stein, Asshole of the Day for November 11, 2014

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I’ve noticed that since the election, many of the politicians are acting like they will be grown ups and govern. There’s been a distinct change in tone. Of course it won’t last. I wish it would, but it won’t. Once the new majority is sworn in, then the Senate will have all the same pressures that the House has had the last 4 years, and they will be energized by their victory.

And into this void steps Ben Stein. Last week he called Obama the “most racist president ever”, even though of course a quarter of presidents owned slaves and Woodrow Wilson imposed Jim Crow segregation and job discrimination on the thriving community of African Americans in Washington, D.C.

But that wasn’t enough for Ben Stein, for this week he has said that the real problem with race is black people:

“You would think, if you read the liberal mainstream media, that the main problem with race in America was poor innocent black people being set upon and mistreated by the police. That’s just nonsense,” he said, according to video recorded by BuzzFeed.

“I mean, the real problem with race in America is a very, very beaten-down, pathetic, self-defeating black underclass that is — uh, just can’t seem to get its way going in the way that blacks were able to before the scourge of drugs and the scourge of gangs,” Stein continued.

Seriously. The problem with racism in this country is that black people are so awful. That’s his argument.

Ignored in his argument is the years of segregation and housing discrimination that, to this day, still forces many poor African Americans to live in bad neighborhoods. And neighborhoods of poor people also get ignored and less protected, and are ripe for predators and others who want to operate outside the law. All of that is trapped there.

Getting out is hard. There are still people who don’t want to hire African Americans. There are still police who pull over African Americans much more often than whites, which means that even routine drives to and from work become dangerous confrontations.

But Ben Stein doesn’t care about those details. He thinks that every African American born in America has the same opportunities and protections he had, and can’t be bothered to look into it before condemning an entire race.

A week ago Ben Stein accused Obama of playing the race card and claiming that white racism no longer exists. Now this week Ben Stein is vilifying the “black underclass”, and for that he is the Asshole of the Day.

Perhaps next week Ben Stein will blame Obama for Ben Stein being racist

It is Ben Stein’s second time being named Asshole of the Day.

Full story: Talking Points Memo.


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Ben Stein, Asshole of the Day for November 3, 2014
by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat)
It’s a common refrain from Republicans that either
• Racism no longer exists. It is a historical relic.
• Racism does exist, but only black people are racists....

Ben Stein, Asshole of the Day for November 3, 2014

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It’s a common refrain from Republicans that either

  • Racism no longer exists. It is a historical relic.
  • Racism does exist, but only black people are racists. White racism ended in 1964.

One favorite point to argue is that Obama is the first black president, so therefore racism can no longer exist. It sounds good until you realize that it is advanced by people who didn’t vote for Obama, hate him, but somehow think that a majority of Americans voting for Obama absolves ALL Americans of racism, even those still asking for Obama’s birth certificate. The fact that some white people voted for Obama doesn’t make Sean Hannity any more or less racist than he was before Obama’s election.

But it’s a new one to hear Ben Stein claim that Obama is the most racist president ever:

“What the White House is trying to do is racialize all politics and their especially trying to tell the Africa-American voter that the GOP is against letting them have a chance at a good life in this economy, and that’s just a complete lie,” he said. “I watch with fascination — with incredible fascination — all the stories about how the Democratic politicians, especially Hillary, are trying to whip up the African-American vote and say, ‘Oh the Republicans have policies against black people in terms of the economy.’ But there are no such policies.”

“It’s all a way to racialize voting in this country,” Stein continued. “This president is the most racist president there has ever been in America. He is purposely trying to use race to divide Americans.

Most racist president there has ever been in America. And keep in mind that 12 of our presidents owned slaves, 8 while in office. Some promised to free their slaves on their death, but then didn’t. Are none of those presidents more racist that Obama?

And 100 years ago President Woodrow Wilson brought southern style oppression of free blacks to Washington, DC. Segregating and denying good jobs to African Americans who had held them previously. Certainly any short list of most racist presidents would have to include Wilson.

But Ben Stein isn’t interested in an actual reckoning of racism in America. He’s just playing to privileged, conservative whites who want to feel free to cut any social program like food stamps that they perceive to be used more by non-whites, or to add poll taxes to limit voting by non-whites who can’t afford the extra time and cost to acquire the needed documents. Or who think it is right to limit (or ban) early voting on Sunday which is disproportionately used by African Americans after church. By pretending that whites aren’t racist any more, and that Obama and his party are racist for bringing up race, he tries to shift the conversation against the lingering evil of racism in this country, and thereby do nothing about it. He’s fine if African Americans continue to suffer discrimination and economic and political loss if it means Stein’s Republican party continues to hold power and influence. And for that, Ben Stein is Asshole of the Day.

It is Ben Stein’s first time being named Asshole of the Day.

Full story: Talking Points Memo.


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Keith Ablow, Asshole of the Day for October 17, 2014
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Since Ebola is a bad thing, I guess it was only a matter of time before crazy racists started brainstorming for ways to blame Obama for it. They get pretty...

Keith Ablow, Asshole of the Day for October 17, 2014

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Since Ebola is a bad thing, I guess it was only a matter of time before crazy racists started brainstorming for ways to blame Obama for it. They get pretty creative, though a lot of their criticism boils down to this, which I posted 2 months ago:

Leading the charge this week is Fox News’ go-to psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow, who goes full racist conspiracy on Obama:

Ablow started by explaining that from his perspective “as a psychiatrist,” Obama thinks he’s a “citizen and a leader of the world” who doesn’t belong to one country and “perhaps least of all this country because he has it in for us as disappointing people. People who’ve been a scourge on the face of the Earth. And so for him to then say we’re going to seal the borders and protect Americans when in my view, in his mind, if only unconsciously, he’s thinking, ‘Really? We’re going to prevent folks suffering with illnesses from coming across the border flying into our airports when we have visited a plague of colonialism that has devastated much of the world, on the world? What is the fairness in that?’ I believe Barack Obama is thinking.”

He continued, speculating that the president believes America shouldn’t be immune to Ebola when “others are suffering, when we are a bad people.”

…When asked why Obama wouldn’t impose a travel ban on flights from Africa, Ablow responded that Obama’s “affinities, his affiliations are with them. Not us. That’s what people seem unwilling to accept. He’s their leader … we don’t have a president.” He added: “We don’t have a president who has the American people as his primary interest.”

If this sounds familiar, it’s because Glenn Beck said something similar back in 2009:

“this president has exposed himself, I think, as a guy, over and over and over again, who has a deep-seated hatred for white people, or white culture.”

It’s sort of amazing really– that Obama doesn’t love America or care about American lives, and yet he somehow endured two grueling campaigns, years and years of racist, birther taunts, and all for what– a chance to make Americans die of the same diseases poor people around the world die of? That’s what he’s saying.

And he just knows this about Obama. He can peer into Obama’s America-hating soul. Or maybe not. Maybe he’s merely peering at Obama’s skin color. That would be my guess.

And that wasn’t the end of it either. After being criticized for this wild speculation about Obama as our Traitor-In-Chief, Ablow said today:

Fox Doc: Obama Won’t “Fully Defend” America Because “He Has It In For” Us

So, for saying Obama is happily letting Americans die of Ebola as part of some colonialism revenge scheme, along with a bunch of other racist, conspiratorial nonsense, Keith Ablow is Asshole of the Day.

It is Dr. Keith Ablow’s third time being named Asshole of the Day. Previous wins were for saying boys will be boys so girls shouldn’t wear leggings and saying gay marriage would allow polygamy and bestiality.

Full story: Media Matters.


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