A young, unarmed black mother with a baby in the car was shot down more than a week ago by a virtual firing squad of Capitol Hill police.
Why do I appear to be the only person in America with a platform troubled by this senseless execution in cold blood?
I’m trying to imagine if this would be the case if George W. Bush had been residing in the White House at the time.
We imagine that if Bush had been residing in the White House at the time, Farah would be passing this story on to Colin Flaherty, who would portray it as yet another example of purported "black mob violence" in America.
But because there is a black Democrat in the White House -- one that Farah and his website have spent years trying to destroy -- Farah has decided that Miriam Carey's death can be exploited for political purposes:
Where is the black community on this atrocity? Where is Al Sharpton?
Is it all right to act like this when the president and the attorney general are black?
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I guess it is as long as they continue to search for ways to subject George Zimmerman to double jeopardy.
Where is the American Civil Liberties Union? Where are all the so-called “civil rights activists”?
Where is the police review board in Washington?
I tossed and turned most of the night after this shooting. Did anyone else in America have that reaction?
But most people tossing and tuyrning over the shooting were likely doing so for different reasons than Farah, who was likely trying to figure out how to use Carey's death against Obama. And by golly, that's what he does:
Most of all, I wonder, where is Barack Obama?
Why hasn’t he been asked about this unseemly spectacle?
Why hasn’t he offered his take on the shooting?
After all, Miriam Carey had delusions that Obama was stalking her – at least we assume they were delusions.
It’s been a sad week for America for many reasons. I mourn for Miriam Carey. I mourn for America. Does anyone else?
Joseph Farah does not give a damn about Miriam Carey. He cares only about using any and all means necessary -- including Carey's death -- as a cudgel against President Obama. He's driven by hate, not by compassion.