Topic: Media Research Center
Media Research Center writer Nicholas Fondacaro appears to have issues with women, if his insistence on smearing the co-hosts of "The View" is any indication. A coven, of course, is word used to describe a gathering of witches, so it's clear that he believe "The View" hosts are evil simply for expressing opinions he is paid to hate. (We assume he'a not referring to the band that had a 1971 hit with "One Tin Soldier.")
Here's how Fondacaro has wielded the insult in various forms since the beginning of the year. His favorite version is "cackling coven," which he spewed on Jan. 25, Feb. 18, Feb. 22, Feb. 24, March 2, March 4, March 17, March 21, March 25, March 29, April 11, April 26, April 26 (again), and April 28.
But he has served other uses of the word as well to describe the hosts:
- "coven": Jan. 27, Feb. 2, Feb. 3, March 3, March 24, March 31, April 4, April 5
- "unhinged coven": Jan. 21
- "unhinged and masklesss coven": Jan. 24
- "resident coven": April 12,
- "vile coven": May 9
Fondacaro seems to not understand that spewing insults and denigrating women as ugly sub-human evildoers who would cast a spell on anyone they feel like is not "media research" and does nothing to make anhone believe that the MRC is a credible operation. Then again, it keeps paying Fondacaro to make those vile insults, so perhaps destroying its crediblity is the ultimate goal.
Fondacaro clearly hates his neighbors and thinks he's doing it in the name of heaven (in his version of "heaven," it's the right-wing narratives he gets paid to perpetuate). Maybe he ought to listen to that song to see what it says about judgment day and what is beneath that stone.