MSNBC Liberal media hate documented

Please pass this story on to others and to Comcast, I did >>   http://www.comcast.com/nbcutransaction/ Will Comcast takeover NBC Universal and continue the tradition of hate? CNN should be embarrassed that Mike Malloy was allowed to enter the building let alone work for CNN.  And the left rants about right wing rhetoric and so called violent overtones.  Clearly the left ain’t right nor are they engaging in peer review.
Why does MSNBC allow rhetoric that could lead to violence?  I’m confident some violence has resorted after watching MSNBC, not just the man who shot his TV after seeing Bristol Palin but there are many incendiary comments made by MSNBC hosts and commentators.

Kind of long so I only pulled a couple from each page.  Chris Matthews and Keith Olbermann have comparable angry rants of their own.   Is it no wonder the lefties commit violent acts that MSNBC refuses to discuss?  Contessa Brewer once said please let it be a right winger in reference to the liberal pilot who flew his plane into the IRS building.  Then of course there’s the liberal Jihad Jane, the death threats to Congressman Eric Cantor and former CNN’s Lou Dobbs……..  these men and others were targets of MSNBC time and again.
Never heard Fox News hosts talk like these hatemongers!   Why does Ed Schultz get away with such hateful rhetoric?  Hasn’t Ed endangered conservatives with such language?  He has endangered Sarah Palin as have the others.  Sure its free speech but clearly the FCC needs review MSNBC for Decency Standards because MSNBC has said far worse things than Rush Limbaugh.
This report includes examples of over-the-top rhetoric from left-wing hosts Mike Malloy, Stephanie Miller, Randi Rhodes, Ron Reagan, Jr., Ed Schultz and Montel Williams, all of whom currently or at one time broadcast to a national audience on either the Air America network or via XM and/or Sirius satellite radio. Among the lowlights:
■ Conservatives Want to Kill Barack Obama: “I really think there are conservative broadcasters in this country who would love to see Obama taken out.” (MSNBC’s Ed Schultz)
■ Conservatives Are Terrorists: “Do you not understand that the people you hold up as heroes bombed your goddamn country? Do you not understand that Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly are as complicit of the September 11, 2001 terror attack as any one of the dumbass 15 who came from Saudi Arabia?” (Mike Malloy)
■ Conservatives Want You to Die: “If, in fact, the GOP doesn’t like any form of health care reform, what do we do with those 40 to 60 million uninsured?…When they show up in the emergency room, just shoot ‘em! Kill them!…Do we have enough body bags? I don’t know.” (Montel Williams)
■ Dick Cheney Should Die: “He is an enemy of the country, in my opinion. Dick Cheney is an enemy of the country….Lord, take him to the Promised Land, will you? See, I don’t even wish the guy goes to Hell, I just want to get him the hell out of here.” (MSNBC’s Ed Schultz)
■ Rush Limbaugh Should Die: “I’m waiting for the day when I pick up the newspaper or click on the Internet and find that he’s choked to death on his own throat fat, or a great big wad of saliva or something, whatever. Go away, Limbaugh, you make me sick.” (Mike Malloy)
Host Joe Scarborough: “Do you agree with the CIA Director that it’s almost as if Dick Cheney hopes Americans die so he gains a political advantage?”
Ed Schultz: “Absolutely. Absolutely.”
Scarborough: “So you believe Dick Cheney wants Americans to die?…You believe the former Vice President wants Americans to die in a terrorist attack so he can gain a political advantage?”
Schultz: “You got it, Joe. You got it. I think Dick Cheney’s all about power. I think Dick Cheney is all about seeing this country go conservative on a hard right-wing and I think he’ll do anything to get it there….”
Mike Barnicle: “I certainly don’t believe that the former Vice President of the United States is sitting there in McLean, Virginia saying, ‘You know, I hope today’s the day.’ Do you believe that?”
Schultz: “I really do, Mike, I do. I really believe, because I think it’s all about the conservatives grabbing the power and keeping it. These folks hate. Just my opinion. I mean, I don’t want to offend anybody.”
— Exchange on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, June 16, 2009.
“Cheney is nothing but a selfish pig. And for him to do what he’s doing to the elected President of the United States goes ‘beyond the pale,’ to use one of his favorite sayings. It is official — Dick Cheney wants this country to get hit. He wants another terrorist attack for political gain. They want to bury liberals the same way they want to bury the terrorists. They want complete global control, is what they want. Control of oil, control of resources, control of the economy —  the list goes on and on — the control of the school systems, everything! That’s what they want. And the only way that you can get any of that is if you have conflict. And since we’re not in a war, we have to set the table for a war.”
— Ed Schultz, The Ed Schultz Show, April 21, 2009
“You crazy sons of bitches, you right-wingers. Do you not understand that the people you hold up as heroes bombed your goddamn country? Do you not understand that Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly are as complicit of the September 11, 2001 terror attack as any one of those dumbass 15 who came from Saudi Arabia? Don’t you get that?”
— Mike Malloy on The Mike Malloy Show, January 19, 2010.
“The Republicans lie! They want to see you dead! They’d rather make money off your dead corpse! They kind of like it when that woman has cancer and they don’t have anything for her. That’s how the insurance companies make money: by denying the coverage. My God, Democrats! What’s wrong with you?! You can’t deal with these people! At all!”
— Ed Schultz on MSNBC’s The Ed Show, September 23, 2009.
Conservatives Want to Kill Barack Obama
“Sometimes I think they want Obama to get shot. I do. I really think that there are conservative broadcasters in this country who would love to see Obama taken out. They fear socialism. They fear Marxism. They fear that the United States of America won’t be the United States of America anymore.”
— Ed Schultz, The Ed Schultz Show, August 11, 2009
Blaming Fort Hood Murders on George W. Bush
“I think in his [Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan’s] particular case, it’s that he’s counseling these guys, hearing about the horrors of these wars that he’s now going to be sent into, you know. You add to it obviously the fact that he appeared to be — and again, we don’t have all the details yet — but appeared to be getting more radicalized, you know. But you know, and also add in that, look, George Bush made many people around the world feel like this was a war against Islam by using words like ‘crusade’ and all of that. So, and then you add to that the fact that he apparently was taunted for being Muslim because of the attitudes that had, that developed here. So — and that’s not to excuse him in any way. That’s what I keep hearing on the Right is, ‘Oh, you people on the Left are trying to excuse him. Oh, its politically correct,’ or whatever. No, nobody is saying that this is any kind of excuse at all. But, I mean, it’s just, I think you’ve got to get to the real reasons if you want to stop this from happening again.”
— Stephanie Miller on The Stephanie Miller Show, November 1
Host Ed Schultz: “Speaking of sports, [Fox News hosts Bill] O’Reilly, [Glenn] Beck and Geraldo [Rivera] go to a Yankees game this weekend and somehow they ended up in the front row. How in the heck did they ever manage that, Steph?”
Radio host Stephanie Miller: “Ah, Ed. You know if ever there was a time I wish the Yankees would bring back Bat Day, and give a bunch of drunken New Yorkers bats, that would have been the day.”
— Exchange on MSNBC’s The Ed Show, July 23, 2010.
Conservative Republicans = Mass Suicide Cult
Announcer: “The following is a paid advertisement from Republicans for Mitt Romney, or mass suicide. If John McCain is the Republican Presidential nominee, it will destroy the Republican Party. We’re Romney supporters and we know. Because, if you vote for John McCain, we’re going to go on a killing rampage. Hey, better dead than moderate.”
Republican Character Voice: “Look, I for one don’t want to die in a hail of gunfire from crazed Mitt Romney supporters, but it’s better than nominating a man who opposed the Bush tax cuts. Hell, John McCain spent years in a North Vietnamese prison. A prison! That doesn’t make him a hero. That makes him an ex-con.”
Announcer: “Exactly, and um, you know what men do in prison. You see, if John McCain is President, he’ll make sodomy mandatory. Now, Mitt Romney, well, he believes all sex should be outlawed.”
Second Republican Character: “As a true Republican, I’m prepared to poison my own children if John McCain is the nominee, but I do wish there was another way.”
Announcer: “There is. If Mitt Romney is the nominee, he’ll give everyone a free new car, made by people in Michigan, with company-paid health care and pensions just like 1955. If John McCain is the nominee, well, we are going to kill everybody, then turn the guns on ourselves. So choose wisely this election day. This has been a paid ad from Republicans for Mitt Romney, or [sound of gun being cocked] mass suicide.”
— Parody commercial aired on Air America’s Randi Rhodes Show, February 5, 2008.
[b]Republicans: A “Nest of Rats” that Must Be “Murdered”[/b]
“Republicans are evil sons-of-bitches. The Republican Party needs to be murdered. It needs to — it’s like if you had a nest of rats in your house, or a hornets nest under the eaves at your barn or your house, and you knew they were going to do harm to you, your family, your kid — if you live on the farm, your livestock, whatever. What would you do? Of course — you’d get an exterminator and you would murder the nest and get rid of it. Just get rid of it. This is what America needs right now; they need to have the Republican Party eliminated, totally, completely. It is destructive, it is negative, it is sick. [laughs] A mercy killing is what’s needed here.”
— Mike Malloy, The Mike Malloy Show, February 4, 2009.
[b]Better to Cheat than Let Republican “Bastards” Win[/b]
“I, I, I tell you what. If I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote 10 times. I don’t know if they’d let me or not, but I’d try to. Yeah, that’s right. I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. I would. ‘Cause that’s exactly what they are.”
— Ed Schultz, The Ed Schultz Show, January 15, 2010
“To hell with the Republicans! They’re anti-American! They’re psycho talkers! They don’t care!…Harry [Reid], you are ball-less! You won’t do the nuke option for the American people and shove the Republicans into the ditch! Shove those bastards right into the dirthole! This is about power! It’s about winning!”
— Ed Schultz on The Ed Schultz Show
Going After Democrats Who Stand In Obama’s Way
“Geraldine Ferraro turned out to be the David Duke in drag. Who knew? She’s like, ‘Why am I the bad guy here? I just don’t want an anti-Semite racist in the White House.’ Like Nixon, or Ronald Reagan, or Dick Cheney — who moved to Wyoming so he would never have to see a black guy or a Jew ever, and still run for Vice President of the United States. I mean, it’s like, unbelievable to me. I can’t believe it — what a whore Geraldine Ferraro is. She’s such a f***ing whore. [loud cheers] …
“Hillary is a big f***ing whore, too, okay. [applause]…She is a big f***ing whore, and do you know why she’s a big f***ing whore? Because her deal is always, ‘Read the fine print, asshole.’ You know, like, ‘I said I’d pull you, but I didn’t say I’d f*** you,’ you know. She’s like, ‘The super delegates,’ — no, never mind, the super — ‘The pledged delegates aren’t legally obligated to do anything.’ Oh, f*** you. You know? Just f*** you! They aren’t legally bound to do anything, she said. And if that doesn’t work, you know she’s going all Lieberman on you, right? [more cheers]”
— Then-Air America host Randi Rhodes,