By now you know the story. Legendary Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, winner of two Silver Stars and five Bronze Stars, is the subject of Clint Eastwood's latest film, American Sniper.
American Sniper set box office records with it's wide release last weekend, and for the first time in a long time American citizens and the media united in their celebration of a hero. Naturally, liberals wet themselves.
Worst of all was Michael Moore, who tweeted the following:
When the proverbial crap hit the fan, Moore backed off.
Who exactly is a coward again, Mikey?
Most Americans haven't heard of this guy, and I for one could have lived without hearing his name.
Staff at the then Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism discovered attempts to download inappropriate material on Patrick Corcoran’s (53) computer during a software upgrade at the Kildare Street offices in December 2009.
Members of the National Bureau of Criminal Investigation (NBCI) seized a laptop and computer at Corcoran’s desk and later found 5,951 pornographic images of children between eight and 14 years old during a search of his former North Circular Road home.
In total, Corcoran- unsurprisingly, a former government employee- was caught with 21 videos and over 7.000 photos of children being sexually abused.
Also unsurprisingly, the media aren't talking about his pro-abortion connection, including his time with Choice Ireland.
Even more sickeningly, He's managed to escape jail time, because he agreed to receive therapy.
When your disdain for children is such that you enjoy seeing them raped, it's not a shocker you want to have them killed, too.
Ungle Sugar was in all his glory during the State of the Union. In the course of one speech he advocated free community college for kids who can't get accepted to four-year colleges, 12 weeks of paid time off for people who bother to work for a living, free childcare for those women who don't abort their babies, and laws that solve the non-existent pay gap. Oh, and to pay for it all, tax increases!
Liberals lapped it up like puppies with a saucer of gravy. Thankfully, there's a Republican Congress and a Supreme Court that seems to have some respect for the Constitution, so it's unlikely any of this garbage will come to pass.