Ladies and Gentlemen, we will never lack for humor as we long as we have the Stupidest Congresswoman that Ever Lived:
A former U.S. congresswoman slammed U.S. policy on Libyan state TV late Saturday and stressed the “last thing we need to do is spend money on death, destruction and war.”
The station is fiercely loyal to Moammar Gadhafi and her interview was spliced with what appeared to be rallies in support of the embattled Libyan leader.
“I think that it’s very important that people understand what is happening here. And it’s important that people all over the world see the truth. And that is why I am here … to understand the truth,” former Rep. Cynthia McKinney said during a live interview.
She said she was invited to Libya by the “nongovernmental organization for fact-finding,” adding that she intends to bring more people to the country soon so that “they too can understand.”
She also slammed Obama’s economic policies as not being leftist enough. This doesn’t surprise me; McKinney has always defined herself entirely by her race. So to see a black President not embracing her ridiculous Marxism must grate.
I have to say that I am unsurprised. I was once in McKinney’s district and she is a looney tune. A Truther, a conspiracy theorist and an out-and-out devoted Marxist who was only elected because her district was overwhelming Democrat and she played the race card to the hilt. She was so embarrassing that when Hank Johnson challenged her in the primary, every Republican in Atlanta stampeded to the polls to vote for him. Neal Boortz opined against it, asking if we really wanted the Democrats to have a competent representative instead of an obvious lunatic. The response was a thunderous, “It’s fucking McKinney. Are you insane?”
Now, opinion time: is this treason? We are not officially at war with the Libyan government — we’re officially in a kinetic action or some newspeak thing. But to me, this belongs on the shelf with Jane Fonda on the ack-ack cannon. This is an American appearing on the official propaganda channel of a nation we’re shooting at. There’s not a chance anything will be done about it, of course. But to have a former legislator oppose us on the propaganda network of an enemy nation — whether you think we should be at war or not — if that’s not treason, that’s got to be pretty damn close.