Friday, December 03, 2010

Subtlety, Hateway Pundit Style

Jim Hoft begins a post on news related to the push to repeal DADT thus:

Note: This post neither endorses nor opposes gays serving in the US military. It is intended to offer you more information on the topic because once again the corrupt media has decided to campaign for and not report on the subject.

He continues:

Once again a timely report was released today just as Congress is scheduled to debate the topic today in Congressional hearings. The state run media wants you to know that gays can serve in the military openly without hurting the military’s ability to fight.

After a blockquote from an AP story, Hoft concludes:

Of course, what the corrupt media will not tell you is that occasionally a rogue gay soldier may wig out and leak over 250,000 documents to Wikileaks after a relationship falls apart. The media does not believe that this is something you should know. The information does not help them with their cause. Granted, straight soldiers could do this too- They just haven’t yet.

Hard to imagine what it would sound like if he were to write a post in which he opposed gays serving in the military, isn't it?

By the way, don't know if you heard, but Hateway recently moved his blog from FirstThings to RightNetwork. Which will make watching Frasier re-runs considerably less enjoyable. Not that this was ever a big part of my life, but you know.

(h/t: Sadly, No!)


Substance McGravitas said...

You know Wonderloin is the editor there, right? He won't even host his own blog there.

Brendan said...

Huh. No, I did not know. I now see that there is evidence to support this. Thanks for the hint.

How did you figure this out? Was his username a link on the original classic comment, and from there, you went to his blog and saw him saying that he holds this job? Or did you just Google that name, once upon a time?

Substance McGravitas said...

I think I remembered that Kelsey Grammer promo spot and thought "Why haven't I heard about those guys?" Visited, hit the "about" tab to see if they were an actual TV network yet.

Brendan said...

Ah, thanks. Pretty impressive memory on the name, especially seeing it with spaces on the About page.