Vice President Biden has reportedly called the Tea Party terrorists, MSNBC practically defines them that way (with zero evidence). But there's complete silence when Louis Farrakhan says the Ft. Hood shooter isn't the terrorist, no, it's the American soldiers who are the terrorists. Yes, he actually said that. Does that make his mosque a radical one? You'd think - but so far: crickets.
"Why did Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a Muslim psychiatrist at Fort Hood, go on a shooting spree after being assigned to debrief soldiers who came back from the theater of war and they're telling him of the things that they did that were against their conscience now and a Muslim psychiatrist is hearing them talking about the rape of Muslim women, the killing and sodomizing of families. He couldn't take it anymore. So he just shot up the soldiers. They want you to think that he's a terrorist. But he was debriefing terrorists and unfortunately it took his balance," Farrakhan said.
Where is the outrage? That's what Glenn was asking on radio.
"We constantly say we should find those radical mosques. Is there anybody doing anything bad in radical mosques? Are they trying to teach hate? Are they trying to teach un‑Americanism ‑‑ un‑American ideas? Are they trying to teach you to go shoot and kill? Yeah. I know one. It's Louis Farrakhan's mosque. Here's one of the most dangerous clerics in America and nobody says a damn word. Nobody says a word. Why?" Glenn asked.
Instead of talking about Farrakhan, the media goes after Rick Perry, Bachmann, and the Tea Party. Why?
"World's upside down, gang. World is upside down," Glenn said.