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October 20, 2010

Snooty PBS Propagandist Ridicules Sarah Palin for Getting History Right

Posted by Dave Blount at October 20, 2010 7:20 AM

As anyone who has seen PBS's Juan Williams on Fox News can attest, they have a different set of standards in public broadcasting, which doesn't have to please the public because it relies on coercive financing at the expense of people who would rather watch grass grow than their pretentious liberal programming. Whatever the qualifications are, other than being a kneejerk progressive, having a clue doesn't seem to be among them. Take Gwen Ifill, for example. When Sarah Palin advised Tea Party patriots not to "party like it's 1773" just yet — an obvious reference to the Boston Tea Party, which took place that year — less historically literate moonbats used Twitter to pounce, in the apparent belief that the entire era of the American Revolution took place in 1776. Via Perfunction, here's Gwen's bird-brained Tweet:


At least, being a condescending fool, Ms. Awful will never get lonely on the left. Here's Markos Moulitsas of the formerly significant Daily Kos:


The lesson we can learn from libs: don't sneer until after you've figured out what you're talking about.

On tips from Leslie, J, GoY, and SR. Hat tips: Hot Air, Michelle Malkin.