The Democrat War on Women

The political left is ALL about condemning violence against women … unless the victim is a famous Republican.

2014_10 22 CNN female host gleeful over Bristol Palin assault

The most recent example was CNN anchor Carol Costello, who was outspoken about the evils of violence against women when the victim was Ray Rice’s fiance. At that time, she explained the issue was deeply personal for her, because she was assaulted by her college boyfriend.

“I never wanted to become the poster child for anything, let alone domestic violence. But my blood is boiling, so when I say shut up, I’m venting at all those people out there who insist on blaming the victim.”

But check out her reportage about a recent assault on Bristol Palin:

“Sit back and enjoy. You’ll want to hear what she told cops about how it all started.”

In the tearful audio, Bristol describes being knocked down by a man she doesn’t know, who hit her and dragged by her feet across the grass (she was wearing a dress) while screaming expletives at her.

Warning: Costello’s attitude before and after playing the audio is beyond disturbing.

At the end, she makes a point of saying no charges were filed in the incident, which given her attitude, suggested Bristol was exaggerating or lying. But Bristol says on the tape she had no idea who the man was. It’s a little hard to file charges when you haven’t got an identity for your assailant.

Frankly, I wish I hadn’t just eaten when I watched this.

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5 responses to “The Democrat War on Women

  1. The Commie News Network is full of sick idiots like this. Beyond disgusting. I hope Carol’s daughter watches that clip.


  2. Nauseating. How any woman can take pleasure in an assault on another woman is completely beyond me.

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  3. Mr. of Spades took a dig at this today, too. Quoted extensively from an article by Charles Cooke. “Here, progressive hypocrisy has been utterly breathtaking.”


    • chrissythehyphenated

      From Cooke: Sarah Palin, as the abominable bumper sticker has it, “isn’t a woman, she’s a Republican.”

      I can’t find an image of this alleged bumper sticker. One might hope it doesn’t really exist. But since it sums up the Left so perfectly, it probably does.


  4. chrissythehyphenated

    On Thursday, Oct 23, 2014, printed the apology sent from Costello: “Over the past few days I have been roundly criticized for joking about a brawl involving the Palin family. In retrospect, I deserve such criticism and would like to apologize,” Costello said in a statement to POLITICO.

    Said in a statement to a print source. Ooookay. Her crime occurred on the AIR on CNN. So color me underwhelmed by the sincerity and depth of her contrition.