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April 16th, 2013
Boston Marathon Tragedy

NY Times Nicolas Kristof immediately blames Republicans for the bombing...

Shortly after news of the bombing Kristof tweeted "xplosion is a reminder that ATF needs a director. Shame on Senate Republicans for blocking apptment." 

Kristof was called out for his ridiculous tweet and attempted to diffuse the situation by deleting the tweet and tweeting " People jumping on me for criticizing Sen Repubs for blocking ATF appointments. ok, that was low blow. i take it back." 

Notice how his first instinct was to play politics and blame those evil Republicans.  And is the ATF our counter terrorism unit now?

Media fail: NBC's Luke Russert claims Boston bombing is somehow related to Waco Siege...

Russert tweeted to speculate that the bombing could possibly be related to the 1993 government siege on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco. 

Shortly after the bombing, Russert wrote, "I was at Fenway Park w my dad and @mikebarnicle during Waco which was on Patriots Day in 1993. Speculating on possible link."  What a troll who is where he is solely because of his late daddy.

Michael Moore on Boston Bombings: 'Tax Day. Patriots Day.'

 Michael Moore, joining in the leftist rush to judgment, tweeted two phrases this afternoon, presumably meant to cast blame on the oft-invoked "right-wing extremists" speculated about by CNN today:



Moore is the same man who labeled Iraqi terrorists "freedom fighters."

CNN Security Analyst Says It Could Be A Right Wing Extremist [Boston Marathon]

CNN Analyst: "Right-Wing Extremist" Could Be Behind Boston Bombing

Yesterday a CNN Security Analyst had this to say.....

PETER BERGEN, CNN NATIONAL SECURITY ANALYST: But, you know, the fact there were two explosions, two bombings -- one of the things I would be looking at is, once the device, if it is a device, is found, what kind of explosives were used?

So, for instance, if it was hydrogen peroxide, this is sort of a signature of al Qaeda. If it was more conventional explosives, which are much harder to get pulled off now, that might be some other kind of right-wing extremist.

We've seen a number of failed bombing attempts by al Qaeda using bombs, Najibullah Zazi and, for instance, Manhattan subway in 2009, Faisal Shahzad, in Times Square in 2010, the attempt to bring down the Northwest flight 253 over Detroit on 2009.

-W&J's Producer

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