WND: Journalists Should Be Executed In Honor Of Free Speech Week Because Supporting American President Is Treason

  we do not think that word means what you think it means

Are you there God? It's me MargaretWingNutDaily editrix Jerome Corsi is still flying around on Ol’ Miffed Romney’s plane as a valued member of the press, but is he aware that his own columnist (a black man who is, er, the author of Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession) is now calling for his death by firing squad as mandated in our cherished and inerrant Constitution what Jesus wrote? If anything, it just makes too much sense. Supporting the American president is treason, and Fifth Columnist Angela Lansbury stand-in Candy Crowley waved the Queen of Hearts at the foreign policy debate, so all reporters must die, because it is Free Speech Week. We are sorry if that sounds harsh, but freedom isn’t free or something, dudes.

So what is up, Erik Rush?

Well, it’s Free Speech Week, an annual celebration of Americans’ right to free speech hosted by the Media Institute. Partnering organizations include media organizations across the political spectrum. What’s ironic is the extent to which Americans’ free speech is under assault at present. While this is more evident among the non-liberal, non-secular folks among us, this oppression is just part of a design that will ultimately stifle all of our speech and liberties to varying extents. Since it is Free Speech Week, I can’t think of a more perfect time to clarify just what free speech is and, more importantly, what it is not.

We think we can guess where this is going: It is Free Speech Week, but Free Speech is not liberal speech because liberal speech stifles speech. (SO ALL REPORTERS MUST DIE.)

During my lifetime, I have seen the press become an advance force for social engineering and global socialism. The degree to which they have deceived Americans and enabled the agenda of radicals in recent decades is beyond shame. As former Democratic pollster Pat Caddell said recently, the press has become an enemy of the American people. In the matter of this president, the press largely facilitated the ascension of Barack Obama. The instances wherein they have promoted, shielded and aided him are beyond enumeration.

This goes beyond such things as MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and his man crush on Obama – I’m talking about treasonous collusion. One particularly scandalous incident occurred during the second presidential debate, when CNN moderator Candy Crowley made an interjection that appeared to have been as spontaneous as Ambassador Chris Stevens’ murder, and which led to a solid point scored for Obama. Most recently, after Mitt Romney brought up Obama’s 2009 “Apology Tour,” the press did their best to support Obama’s claim that this never happened, despite boundless reams of footage that exist chronicling the event.

Chris Matthews, Candy Crowley, Pat Caddell, Libya, Socialism. Okay. Got it. Reporters must die.

It is improbable that the framers of the Constitution anticipated a situation in which the press were entirely given over to seditious, anti-American policies. If they had, it is likely that their modus operandi would be similar to that for any faction found guilty of high crimes. Trials for treason and the requisite sentences would apply, and I would have no qualms about seeing such sentences executed, no matter how severe.

Treason and executions, yes. Understood. Reporters: are they dead yet?

Those whose speech and actions impinge upon the God-given rights set forth in the Declaration of Independence and codified in the Constitution are, by definition, excepted from protection under the First Amendment (as well as the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment). This is a very important concept to consider, because it is based on these presumptions of protected speech and equal protection for all that progressives and socialists have engaged in their predation upon our liberties.

If these truths can be acknowledged and widely accepted as such (as opposed to progressives’ Orwellian interpretations), then the political disenfranchisement of liberals, progressives, socialists and Marxists can begin in earnest, and in the open.

A man advocating executing journalists for treason in honor of Free Speech Week for being too supportive of the American president just described other people as “Orwellian.” Good job, Rush. Super totes double-plus-good.

Go home everyone. The Internet has won. (Unless you’re a reporter, in which case, time to die.)

[WND, via RightWingWatch]

Share This
 
Related video

About the author

Rebecca is the editor and publisher of Wonkette. She is the author of Commie Girl in the O.C., a collection of her OC Weekly columns, and the former editor of LA CityBeat. Go visit her Commie Girl Collective, and follow her on the Twitter!

View all articles by Rebecca Schoenkopf

Hola wonkerados.

To improve site performance, we did a thing. It could be up to three minutes before your comment appears. DON'T KEEP RETRYING, OKAY?

Also, if you are a new commenter, your comment may never appear. This is probably because we hate you.

236 comments

    1. Lionel[redacted]Esq

      No, because he is standing up for the great American Value of accusing someone of being a secrete Muslim while engaging in random gay sex and drug use without any credible evidence. That is what the founders were thinking about when they wrote the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.

      1. shelwood46

        I believe you mean when the Founders wrote down the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, as dictated by Our Lord Jebus. (Wouldn't want to get that wrong, as that is a hangin' offense.)

    2. OneYieldRegular

      "Mr. Romney, you have in the press corps flying with you on your campaign plane a representative from a paper that has called for the execution of American journalists. How do you respond?"

      1. lulzmonger

        "I'm sorry, I can't make any comment on that matter until I get it thoroughly poll-tested first – after all I'm running for President, for Pete sakes!"

    1. AngryBlakGuy

      ….remember being dumb. Is "subjective"'! It is almost like being the tallest midget(little person, sorry!)

  1. PuckStopsHere

    I think everybody is good with this as long as you don't abort them because that would be wrong.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      Hey, don't listen to FNMA, I've got an all-you-can-hear free speech buffet going on!
      FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU
      ad infinitum…

  2. BaldarTFlagass

    "Trials for treason and the requisite sentences would apply, and I would have no qualms about seeing such sentences executed, no matter how severe."

    Your move, Joe Stalin.

    1. HogeyeGrex

      and I would have no qualms about seeing such sentences executed, no matter how severe.

      Which made me wonder how he'd feel if the pendulum swung the other way and things like advocating torture and warrantless searches and unjustifiable war and indefinite detention of citizens without charge and such as were to be considered treasonous.

      Wupsie.

      Yeah. "Kill them all", as long as I get to decide who "they" are.

      prick

      1. GunToting[Redacted]

        "Kill them all", as long as I get to decide who "they" are.

        I'm pretty certain this is the GOP "chickenhawk" motto.

  3. PsycWench

    The instances wherein they have promoted, shielded and aided him are beyond enumeration.
    Ah yes, "beyond enumeration"…2012's answer to "studies have shown".

    1. mull_man

      So he is saying the set is uncountably infinite.

      However, the number of journalists is a finite set; the stories that any journalist can produce is a finite set. Any operation of one finite set on another yields a finite set. Therefore, the proposition is false. QED.

      Proposition II: Erik Rush is an ignorant dick. Ibid. QED.

      1. Boojum

        Or, it could be he is recognizing, at some level, that he is suffering from mental illness, in which case he is referring to irrational numbers, which are (quite literally) beyond enumeration. So, he believes, the press did these things pi times, or the number of times they did them is equal to the square root of two.

  4. PsycWench

    Remember, to the Jerome Corsi's of the world "Free Speech" is short for "My Freedom to Hear Only What I Want To Hear But Say Whatever The Hell I Like". Surely you can see why so confusing.

    1. natl_[redacted]_cmdr

      And if anyone dare criticize his speech he will accuse them of violating his free speech by pointing out how fucking stupid he is.

  5. JudasPeckerwood

    "It is improbable that the framers of the Constitution anticipated a situation in which the press were entirely given over to seditious, anti-American policies."

    Um, as revolutionaries, weren't they all about that seditious-y stuff?

    1. HogeyeGrex

      Good thing none of those Conservatives wax nostalgic for any sort of major seditious events or perhaps fetishize things that commemorate them like, say, flags with stars and bars on them.

    2. Boojum

      Yes, I cannot imagine that the Framers could possibly have believed that the press would have had an agenda and would certainly have criminalized such journalistic crimes!

      Of course, I say this knowing that it is full of shit.

  6. emmelemm

    Wait wait wait…

    the political disenfranchisement of liberals, progressives, socialists and Marxists can begin in earnest, and in the open

    So, first he says the liberals have taken over the media so there is no free speech, blah blah blah. Then he says, "We must disenfranchise the liberals, socialists, etc…" Yes, disenfranchising people openly and in earnest. I'm sure that's exactly what the writers of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution had in mind.

    1. HogeyeGrex

      WHERE IS TAILGUNNER JOE WHEN WE NEED HIM MOST????????

      Seriously, this guy is begging for a new McCarthyism? Fuck.

    2. pdiddycornchips

      What about the Wiccan's and pagans? Will burning at the stake make a comeback? Remember, everything that's old is new again.

    3. HogeyeGrex

      Y'know, it's funny, but that sounds an awful lot like it might "impinge upon the God-given rights set forth in the Declaration of Independence and codified in the Constitution."

      I wonder if this gentleman might have any ideas on what to do with those whose speech and actions do such things.

          1. elviouslyqueer

            Open bracket (<) i closed bracket (>) YOUR TEXT GOES HERE open bracket (<) slash (/) i closed bracket (>)

            e.g., YOUR TEXT GOES HERE

          2. Troglodeity

            Open bracket (<) i closed bracket (>) AH DID JUST WHAT EWE SAID HOW COME IT DON'T WORK, DERPY DERP open bracket (<) slash (/) i closed bracket (>)

      1. PsycWench

        Nu-uh, they're spelled correctly. Wing Nut Daily has strict standards forbidding correct spelling, grammar and use of capital letters.

    1. gullywompr

      You're late – the destruction plotting has been going on for almost 4 years now, but at a big white building down the street, not the Holiday Inn.

      1. bikerlaureate

        The whole idea behind improving the economic indicators and lowering the unemployment rate is that it'll be so much more devastating when the country is destroyed during the President's next term! Bwah hah hah hah hah!

      1. MissTaken

        I found the meetup drinky things very conducive to plotting the treasonous destruction of this country.

  7. OneYieldRegular

    Translation: I am too fanatical to think critically about anything that varies from my own solipsistic narrative, thus everyone who disagrees with me must be a traitor.

  8. Goonemeritus

    “A man advocating executing journalists for treason in honor of Free Speech"

    Both sides do it ?

    1. HELisforHEL

      He/She/It would have crushed us in disgust at his/her/its failure to build a reliable, intelligent, peaceful model.

  9. 1stNewtontheMoon

    Well, I have to give the author credit. He first time-traveled back to 2004 so he could use one of Geo. W. Bush and Rudy G.'s "Free Speech Zones." Otherwise, how the hell would he have gotten away with writing such an inane piece of bullshit drivel? And no signs of jet lag or anything–well, nothing except perhaps a serious concussion.

    Cold Fusion and/or the Flex Capacitor??!?!? in 2012!!!1! Finally!!!11!1!

  10. BaldarTFlagass

    Black "journalist" dude is so down with the framers of the Constitution, I'd like to see his reaction when he finds out those he worships only thought he was 60% human.

  11. actor212

    It is improbable that the framers of the Constitution anticipated a situation in which the press were entirely given over to seditious, anti-American policies.

    Do the name "John Peter Zenger" ring a bell, asshat? Cuz he's the PRIMARY reason we have a fucking First Amendment, shithead, that speaks truth to power, you motherfucking ignert biatch.

    Also, Areopagitica…do you speak it, muthafuckah?

  12. snowpointsecret

    Let's defend our free speech rights by killing those that are exercising said rights! Wow, I had trouble even typing that it was so dumb.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      "Wow, I had trouble even typing that it was so dumb."

      But you just pretended you were a conservative for a second, and voila, there it was!

  13. AngryBlakGuy

    …honestly I stopped reading halfway thru, when shyt bags start saying "sedition" I tune out! Do they even know WTF they are talking about?

  14. SorosBot

    "What’s ironic is the extent to which Americans’ free speech is under assault at present"

    Dude, how? Name one way. The only assault on free speech I'm seeing is coming from you.

  15. SorosBot

    Psst, you righties are supposed to try and hide the fascism of your policies, not go full overt fascist like this.

    1. doloras

      Dude would just have to add "… and Jews" after "Marxists" and his piece could have appeared in Völkischer Beobachter any time 1920-1945.

  16. Kid_Charlemagne

    If goofy ideas ever go to $100 a barrel, I want to negotiate drilling rights for Erik Rush's head.

  17. Maman

    So reporting is sedition and FOX news is Freedom. Should I just get my handmaid's costume ready and start answering to Ofkevin?

  18. elviouslyqueer

    Those whose speech and actions impinge upon the God-given rights set forth in the Declaration of Independence and codified in the Constitution

    Objection. Facts not in evidence.

  19. BlueStateLibel

    Well, they're officially in full wingnut-mode now, aren't they. Twelve days from now we'll be seeing heads explode (with votes).

    1. rickmaci

      If O'bam wins next month, there will be secession meetings all over Wingnutlandia by Wednesday night..

  20. Troglodeity

    Translation: Obama's up in the most recent polls and Romney's momentum appears to have stopped. Cue the angry tears from the Right.

  21. LibertyLover

    OT— Wouldn't exercising the right to vote be an expression of Free Speech… and in so being, wouldn't that make the GOP attempted suppression of the vote in various states a violation of the First Amendment? Can we sue the Secretary of State Husted in Ohio?

  22. pdiddycornchips

    Well, if what he says is true, (and I have no doubt it is) and he's a member of the press "whose speech and actions impinge upon the God-given rights set forth in the Declaration of Independence and codified in the Constitution", the only patriotic thing to do now is turn himself in.

  23. kyeshinka

    Ah, give me the good ol' Yeltsin years when rich businessmen were knocking off reporters left and right. At least they drove fancy cars.

    1. pdiddycornchips

      Here's a little secret about Erik Rush. Dude smoked more weed than the Latin Kings and Jay Z combined.

  24. sbj1964

    Reporters should have a red flashing crystal in their palm of they're hand that signals the end of a presidents term,and time for them to go to carousel.

  25. JustPixelz

    "the political disenfranchisement of liberals, progressives, socialists and Marxists can begin in earnest, and in the open"

    Congress shall make no law … abridging … the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    Too much freedom?

  26. Detesticle

    Free speech isn't free.

    It's $40 a month for Internet hookup. And $140 a month for phone texting/surfing.

    I don't know what my mouth is for, anymore, except for the eating part.

    1. Generation[redacted]

      From the quality of writing, it looks like he got that blog post out in plenty of time to prevent the steel trap from slamming shut on his head.

  27. RufusTFirefly

    This country is at a crossroads. We have a serious choice to make: mass executions of liberals or The Road To Serfdom.

    As the leader of the free and proud nation of Freedonia, I'm pretty sure I'll escape with just a little re-education and self-criticism.

  28. docterry6973

    Not at all. He is making a logical argument. Obama is a traitor, so any reporter who says Obama is a traitor is a patriot, and any reporter who does not say that Obama is a traitor is a traitor. Now if we had a Republican president, any reporter who said he was a traitor would be a traitor, and anyone who did not would be a patriot. QED.

    The key is that Erik Rush knows the GOD-GIVEN rules by which we must conduct our government, so his definition is absolutely correct for all time. Simple, really.

  29. RayWK

    I like the comment: "It is improbable that the framers of the Constitution anticipated a situation in which the press were entirely given over to seditious, anti-American policies."

    The article's author can't comprehend that the framers of both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were seditionists. You can fact check with King George III. How ironic that it's now illegal to talk sedition.

  30. clecinosu

    I'm still waiting for those "boundless reams of footage" he keeps talking about.

    Reminds me of Patton Oswalt's line: "I acknowledge you believe that, (but) that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard."

  31. HarryButtle

    "It is improbable that the framers of the Constitution anticipated a situation in which the press were entirely given over to seditious, anti-American policies."

    Oh no you don't, dickcheeze. It is ALSO improbable that the framers anticipated a situation where one man could murder dozens in just a few minutes with a firearm that spits out hundreds of rounds per minute. If you get to play this game with the 1st Amendment, why don't we get to play the same game with the 2nd Amendment?

  32. mavenmaven

    The Joseph Farah- Eric Rush Banana Republic of Teabaggistan. I suppose he can rename himself 'Tea Pot', after Pol Pot, who had similar ideas about the press.

  33. Wile E. Quixote

    So after he wrote this Erik Rush gunned down everyone in the World Net Daily offices and then jammed a ..44 magnum in his mouth like a shiny steel cock of death and blew his head off. Right? Right?

  34. T3rbo

    Only a true conservative lover of the constitution would be able to suggest something like this. Where do we find the details the patriotism test that we should give the press? I'm thinking something simple-if the reporter sinks, he/she was clearly a witch/islamofacist/maoist/marxist. If he/she floats, patriot.
    I love fake patriots like this guy-only things done to further beliefs other than yours are traitorous. Things like this done to further your own cause? Patriotic. Disregarding the constitution to silence a perceived enemy and to win a political victory? America. Fuck yeah.

  35. HouseOfTheBlueLights

    I want to say something snarky, but frankly, I'm just scared. (Points against me- mixed marriage, mixed children, non-Christian, liberal record, never had a job i.e. I work in the public sector, urban dweller, academic family.

    1. Rotundo_

      If you're not scared, you're not paying attention. Use the fear like I do, as motivation to get off my ass and vote. All kidding aside, when these types get a little light shined on them they usually wither and droop pretty fast. The ones who don't (see the Koch brothers) are the truly scary ones. But you still can vote. Do so while it is still available.

    2. NellCote71

      Oh, dear. I hope you have your trunk packed and your clothes properly labeled for "re-education" camp.

  36. MinAgain

    Reading Jerome Corsi is like watching a man suck his own dick. It's both fascinating and repellant, but Jerome is the only one having a good time.

  37. DemmeFatale

    Erik must be fun at parties.
    I wonder if his family treats him the way we treat right-wingers in ours.
    Tolerated, but never, (under any circumstances), engaged.

  38. Chet Kincaid_

    Remember, this is Erik Rush, not Jerome Corsi, writing. I find his rich and varied biography frightfully interesting:
    http://www.erikrush.com/blog/?page_id=2

    Erik Rush is a New York-born columnist, author and speaker. Erik writes sociopolitical commentary for WorldNetDaily, The Daily Pledge, and other online and print publications. His latest book, “Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal ~ America’s Racial Obsession,” examines the racist policies by which the political left keeps black Americans in thralldom, white Americans guilt-ridden and yielding, and maintains the fallacy that America remains an institutionally racist nation.

    In February of 2007, Erik was the first to break the story of President (then Senator) Barack Obama’s ties to militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright on a national level. Erik has appeared on FoxNews, CNN, and is a veteran of numerous radio appearances.

    Erik Rush was born in New York City on January 1, 1961, the first child of a white father and black mother. For many years his family lived in the same neighborhood as Betty Shabazz (Malcolm X’s widow) and her children. His mother also founded a prominent African dance and drum troupe in New York; thus, Erik grew up keenly aware of the unfolding cultural issues of the day.

    From 1975 to 1985, Erik worked as a studio, club, and stage musician and in biomedical research. In 1986, he relocated to Colorado and became a Christian in 1989. In 1996, one of his short stories won a Chrysalis first place award for short fiction; in 2002 his novel, “The Angels Fell,” was released.

    Having been cognizant of sociopolitical issues since his youth, as he wrote, Erik began to lean toward expression of his beliefs concerning the mind- and spirit-stultifying developments and conventions that he saw in America.

    Erik has studied various Eastern philosophies, martial arts, politics, military history and business. He enjoys family time, playing music, and refinishing guitars. In addition to biomedical research, he has worked in marketing and media production.

    Why should America be scared shitless by multiculturalism, when a tragic mulatto can turn out to be an outstanding WND author like the clear-sighted Mr. Rush?

    1. northernbassist

      From 1975 to 1985, Erik worked as a studio, club, and stage musician and in biomedical research.

      OK, having worked as a studio, club, and stage musician, and knowing what goes on, his only biomedical research consisted of, "how much of this shit do I need to shoot up before I start trippin' balls…?"

      1. Katydid

        I actually did too. Glad I'm not the only one.

        Also too, In 1986, he relocated to Colorado and became a Christian in 1989.

        That explains a lot, doncha know.

        1. Negropolis

          What's kind of surprising is that it took that long. You move to Colorado Springs in the morning, and you're practically a snake-handling, tongue-speaking Pentacostal by sunset.

  39. Tundra Grifter

    "…after Mitt Romney brought up Obama’s 2009 'Apology Tour,' the press did their best to support Obama’s claim that this never happened, despite boundless reams of footage that exist chronicling the event."

    It was boundless, all right. Fantasy has no limits, as it isn't tethered to reality.

  40. Gleem McShineys

    Well isn't that convenient! Who knew that the death panels were actually real, and staffed by WND thinkers!

  41. lumpenprole

    Trials for treason and the requisite sentences would apply, and I would have no qualms about seeing such sentences executed, no matter how severe. You have awakened my bunghole, and now you must pay! The streets will flow with the blood of the non-believers!"

  42. lulzmonger

    Freedom of speech is important, because everyone else needs to hear exactly what people like this ignorant fuckface REALLY believe – & if this kind of in-your-face fascist hatespeech doesn't get the polity up off its ass & involved in civic action to short-circuit their psychopathic agenda, nothing will.

    PS: If Erik "Can't Stop Fucking That Chicken" Rush wants to see REAL government-media collusion, perhaps he could Google "Operation Truth" … a major op to subvert the Press from none other than Ronald "Fascist Death Squads Are Just Like The Founding Fathers" Reagan.

  43. Negropolis

    Supporting the American president is treason, and Fifth Columnist Angela Lansbury stand-in Candy Crowley waved the Queen of Hearts at the foreign policy debate…

    This is many shades and kinds of awesome.

    when CNN moderator Candy Crowley made an interjection that appeared to have been as spontaneous as Ambassador Chris Stevens’ murder

    Stay klassy, asshole. It's crazy they can't see how inappropriate it is still use Chris Stevens, and in such a classless way, at that. That reference was fucking gratuitous. Disgusting.

  44. Sassomatic

    "This is a very important concept to consider, because it is based on these presumptions of protected speech and equal protection for all that progressives and socialists have engaged in their predation upon our liberties."

    Hey guys, mid nineteenth century slavery apologists called, they want their rhetoric back.

  45. PrimlyStable

    So by disagreeing with the PREVIOUS president, Obama was shaming America and committing treason, and by agreeing with the CURRENT president the press are shaming America and committing treason? Glad we cleared that up.

  46. Esteev

    Killing people who disagree with you. Is this peak wingnut or do we have to wait until they actually start killing? I assume they aren't doing this with votes, either.

Comments are closed.