‘The Five,’ Twitterers slam media hand-wringing over Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

That was beautiful. Yesterday on Fox News’ “The Five,” Greg Gutfeld followed up on his excellent Twitter rant, wherein he slammed those who wish to find “root causes” and humanize the Boston bombing suspects. 

@greggutfeld We all need to read this, when they try to humanize the punk. He lost that right on 4/15 #tcot

— epcpotown (@epcpotown) April 20, 2013

He also destroyed “performer” Amanda Palmer, who wrote a poem urging empathy for the surviving Boston bombing suspect. She has since doubled-down on her moral bankruptcy.

Members of the media have been out sickly “humanizing” in force.

Predictably, the @nyt effort to humanize & cast the Boston mass-murdering terrorists as misunderstood victims begins nytimes.com/2013/04/20/us/…

— Andy Rutledge (@andyrutledge) April 19, 2013


Twitchy reported on the latest one: Luke Russert, who tweeted out a “must-read” article that detailed how Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a “beloved” wrestling captain.

Deplorable. A Bostonian replied to Mr. Russert.

@lukerussert @sipetethamel Gentlemen w/ all respect I think most of us in Watertown are sick of hearing what a great kid he was.

— Scott Shuster (@Scottshuster11) April 22, 2013

Thank you, sir. Boston, and those suffering from the attacks, continue to be in our prayers. Humanize them.

@nbc@cnn @abc @cbs all want to “humanize bombers” HEY “so called” journalists how about humanizing the VICTIMS who DIED or the INJURED

— Sue (@mackette52) April 23, 2013

Twitter users have noticed the sickening displays and they are disgusted.

I’m sure the Boston Globe won’t try to humanize Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, but the rest of the Leftist Press is in Victimology Overdrive. #UniteBlue

— BreitTwit (@BreitTwit1) April 20, 2013

“I’m killing you because of my radical beliefs””You don’t mean that””No, really. This is part of my jihad””You were bullied,weren’t you?”

— Will Antonin (@Will_Antonin) April 23, 2013

The quasi-sympathetic “bomber brothers struggled with new identities in America” feature pieces are doing no favors for immigration reform.

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) April 23, 2013

But, society!

Challenge: As the left is fond of saying “society is to blame,” and they are, by definition, part of society….

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

I challenge the left to specify in which ways that THEY are actually to blame.

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

Because when they say “society is to blame,” it sounds like a passive-aggressive way of saying “Others, not us on the left, are to blame.”

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

And when they say “we” in these noodlings it sounds a lot like “YOU” — the Accusatory We.ace.mu.nu/archives/33937…

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

So if the left wants to push this line, I want them to either make it plain that they are accusing others, or explain in which ways…

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

…they are personally at fault for these sorts of things.I’m tired of them “taking blame” on my behalf

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

by the way, if “society” is to blame, what society were the brothers situated in? Seems they were at a leftist institution in a liberal city

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

They weren’t going to Tea Party meetings and they weren’t learning how to “Otherize” people from Southerners or Christians orRepublicans.

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 23, 2013

Bingo. Blame evil. Case closed.

People have had enough.

Omg! Why are they trying to humanize the Boston bombers?!?!? Stop already.

— Katie (@katieejo2) April 23, 2013


— Robert Rossi (@RVRossi) April 19, 2013

The Leftist media today is actually trying to humanize and justify the Boston terrorists actions. #GrowUp #LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder

— Eric Bandazewski (@EricBandazewski) April 23, 2013

tired of hearing what a ‘great guy’ Tsarnaev was.he’s a suspected child-killing cop assassin bomber #CNN #Boston #Watertown #NotSuchAGoodGuy

— Ian J Barritt (@BazTastic77) April 19, 2013

@2611usa @chickenfoot99 @nationofatooi Trying to humanize the bombers. We somehow let this “young man” down. After all Islam=peace

— Jennifer Glynn (@jenniferglynn) April 21, 2013

Why are they trying to humanize the bombers? “He was a good student, great athelete.” Why is that important?!

— Angelina (@anhel_ina) April 19, 2013

@basquelady2u Another issue not to get me started on. Since we found out who the bombers were, they have been trying to humanize them.

— CFLancop (@CFLancop) April 22, 2013

Part of me wants to be astonished at how they’re going out of their way to humanize the wanted Boston suspect.

— Harrison Wright (@GQPhive) April 19, 2013

i wish the media would stop trying to humanize this suspect. he’s a cold-blooded murderer. there’s nothing human about that.

— courtney. (@ctcecelia) April 19, 2013

I wish @abcnews would stop trying to humanize this suspect. I don’t care if he was “pleasant or easygoing” #terrorist

— Andrew William (@aws215) April 19, 2013

omg can we pls stop fucking trying to humanize the bombers i’m so done

— blee ♡ (@2jib) April 20, 2013

Why do we try and humanize the Boston Bombers? News flash – they’re terrorists.

— Chris Gunstream (@ChrisGunstream) April 23, 2013

#manhunt Hey, Lefty Media ; In your attempt to humanize, let’s NOT forget: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev put Bomb next to 8-year-old @cnnnewsroom @msnbc

— stephen repasi (@ReppSteve) April 19, 2013

The end. Stop hiding behind “humanizing” and “understanding.” Evil is evil. By avoiding that truth, you spit on the grave of every person victimized and killed in acts of evil. There is good and there is evil: No amount of chatter about “root causes” or reprehensible attempts to paint alleged perpetrators of horrible crimes as misunderstood “great guys” will change that.

Want to talk about real great guys?

Just got the greatest message from our local Watertown police department thanking the community for helping out in a big way. Great guys!

— Christopher Ahlberg (@cahlberg) April 22, 2013

Humanize them. Humanize men like the MIT officer, Sean Collier, who was killed during a gunfight with the Boston bombing suspects.

Now he was a great guy. Rest in peace, Sean Collier.


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