Mikey Weinstein Implicates Himself as Insane Conspiracy Theorist
While writing a recent diatribe on a rather meaningless topic, Michael “Mikey” Weinstein included this gem, saying:
Frank Gaffney is another insane conspiracy theorist who hallucinates about a massive magnitude of militant Islamists that are ready to seize control of the United States and impose a violent, backwards theocracy on all the good Christians.
Projection, hypocrisy, irony — you pick. For those that don’t see it, consider changing just the bold terms in Weinstein’s artful sentence:
Mikey Weinstein is another insane conspiracy theorist who hallucinates about a massive magnitude of militant Christians that are ready to seize control of the United States and impose a violent, backwards theocracy on all the good people.
Just change four words out of 37. And its true.
Remember, Mikey Weinstein claims a “massive magnitude” of Christians (38 million, to be precise) is trying to “seize control” of the US government (by way of the military) and impose a Christian theocracy that will result in “oceans of blood” — and “it starts with Jewish blood.”
In criticizing an “insane conspiracy theorist,” he’s just described himself.
But wait, there’s more!
Gaffney and the “Center for Security Policy” denigrate Muslims to the status of vermin, a parasite to be eradicated (sound familiar?) while taking on the very characteristics of the brutal, inhuman horde they pretend to be against.
Weinstein and his “Military Religious Freedom Foundation” denigrate Christians to the status of rotting swine, a cancer to be eradicated (sound familiar?) while taking on the very characteristics of the brutal, inhuman horde they pretend to be against.
How can one be so blind to the hypocrisy?
Denigration and loathing of outsiders are the false clarion calls of these vicious deceivers, who always scapegoat and project their own hideousness onto a fictitious enemy.
It reads like a Mikey Weinstein autobiography.
Others have noticed the same thing. Over at This Ain’t Hell, Dave Hardin (no friend of Frank Gaffney) notes
Gaffney and Weinstein do not seem to realize they too suffer from the same type of disease.
One thing Mikey Weinstein is not is “self-aware.” He probably wrote that meandering monologue with a straight face. Or maybe the smirk face. It’s hard to tell.
Chris Rodda must have been on a smoke break. Sadly, it seems he’d do well to bring her back.