Tampa Mayor Gives the Media Something to Cry About
Noozies have gotten thin-skinned lately, about not receiving the love and trust they feel entitled to. Now Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn has given them something more to cry about.
At a recent Special Operations Industry Conference, the mayor took part in a fictional demonstration of an incident requiring a special military operation. In the course of the drama, he wound up with a chance to handle a 50-caliber machine gun that fired blanks.
At a time when journalists are under fire both literally and figuratively, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn’s “joke” this week at a military conference about pointing twin 50 caliber machine guns at journalists and watching them “cry like little girls” rankled several reporters in the room.
“And so the first place I point that gun is at the media,” Buckhorn said, adding that he enjoyed seeing the noozies “cry like little girls.” Just kidding, he said.
Looks like the journalists’ habit of taking sides with left-wing statist big shots against the rest of us has kind of alienated them from our affections. And then they act surprised about it. We catch them colluding with Democrats, spreading fake news about conservatives, lying and cheating, shilling for fictitious Global Warming–and boo-hoo, those ungrateful peasants don’t love us anymore?
I do not actually advocate machine-gunning crowds of journalists. But letting them know we wouldn’t trust ’em anymore as far as we could throw ’em, and that we deeply resent their trying to do a fundamental transformation of America into a coast-to-coast Democrat hellhole like Detroit, only bigger, much bigger–
Until you jokers clean up your act, we’re not listening. And if you learn something from the little scare that Mayor Buckhorn gave you, good for you.
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