December 22, 2014

Let's check in with the moonbat comics creators!

Hey, remember how these dolts' Twitter feeds were all a-flutter after Michael Brown's and Trayvon Martin's shootings? And how self-righteous they all were about how incorrigibly racist and hateful society (still) is? And how anyone who disagreed with them was racist, stupid, hateful, extreme, etc.?

But now that several cops have been executed, we hear mostly ... crickets.

For example, here's Kurt Busiek back on the 19th parroting a John Scalzi tweet about supposed Ferguson grand jury shenanigans:


What's even more pathetic about Busiek is that he was one of those who "wondered" if Sarah Palin's "target" language was partly responsible for the shooting of Gabby Giffords:


That, of course, disregards the fact the practically every politician uses such imagery. Nevertheless, there's been nary a word from Kurt about actual language of calling for the death of police. But, of course!

As for Gail Simone, look -- here's a retweet by her about Dick Cheney and torture!

She also retweeted this and this about that big protest at the Mall of America.

Tom Brevoort was similarly still concerned about that "torture" report with this retweet.

Nothing about the cops, though. But, of course.

Ultra-bat Gerry Conway offered nothing about the police over the weekend, yet retweeted this ridiculous nonsense:


The exceptions to all this were Dan Slott and Ron Marz:




Gotta be fair -- good for them.

Posted by Hube at December 22, 2014 04:18 PM | TrackBack

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Marz went back to full on moonbat shortly after with other tweets.

Posted by: NA at December 23, 2014 12:00 PM

Figures.

Posted by: Hube at December 23, 2014 01:48 PM

To be fair, Hube, Marz is at the point where even one coherent, sensible statement per week is a great accomplishment.

Posted by: tops116 at December 26, 2014 05:18 PM

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