This Is Really Sickening

Today's NYDN Front Page

Today’s NYDN Front Page

What happened yesterday in Virginia was bad enough, but now the media ghouls are feeding on the dead.

The worst part is that this latest nutjob has raised the bar for all disturbed psychos who want to become infamous – record yourself committing murder and post it on social media. If it gets taken down somebody else will publish it.

Here’s the classy way you report the news and honor the dead without glorifying the killer:


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Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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89 Responses to This Is Really Sickening

  1. Myiq2xu says:


    • DeniseVB says:

      That’s funny. Why should the NYDN cover upset her, that’s all she used to post on her blog., then rag about them. The local NY papers are on every corner with their “screaming” covers, sort of the clickbait of the newstands.

    • swanspirit says:

      She has come after me on twitter, asking me “What has happened to you?” about the PP issue, and I am pretty sure she already unfollowed me , so welcome to the club. 🙂

  2. Myiq2xu says:


    Can’t be allowing any divergent thoughts.

  3. Myiq2xu says:

    Twitter is gefuchened again.

  4. Myiq2xu says:


  5. Lulu says:

    Rev Al is getting slow walked to the door by MSNBC. The Obama years are petering out like a whoopee cushion in its last plssbtst. The ignorance and strutting of the Vile Prog is not cool anymore.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Of course he has, he heard Hillary’s dog whistle 😉 Interesting stats the media couldn’t figure out yesterday, gee whiz, Virginia has sold a record number of guns last year and the crime rate just plummeted ! How could that happen??? Ha.

      • lizzy says:

        Swanspirit posted a Megyn Kelly interview with the father and fiancée of the victim at the end of the last thread. The father had already talked to the governor and was vowing to make it harder for crazies to get guns.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I watched the whole show ! I remember now why I don’t watch news shows at night, it was so heartbreaking to feel Dad’s obvious numbness during the denial phase of his grief. I couldn’t shake it. Glad it was followed by Dana Loesch’s smacking around a Pajama Boy over guns, then the obviously cray-cray Hor-Hay “Trumps a dictator” Ramos with a follow up by Ann Coulter, the guy’s an activist not a journalist, dressing down. Then a sweet Dana Perino schooling Ramos on how to behave at a press conference. (Bush had a “look” that the press feared 😉 )

  6. Dora says:

    Dwarfs terrorism. What an ass he is! But we knew that already.

    ‘It breaks my heart every time’: Obama reacts to shooting of Virginia TV reporter and cameraman as he says gun-related deaths ‘dwarf those that happen through terrorism’

    • leslie says:

      He is so transparent. Isn’t that what he said he’d be? You can hear him speak and see right through him every time.
      This man doesn’t give a hoot about anything but himself. What is amazing is that all the killing, violence, racial divisiveness, threats from the outside, illegalities r/t immigration, the economy, scandals, targeting voters and groups with different ideologies, are just so much “background noise” to him. What is also amazing is that this is his legacy. And he’s too stupid to realize it.

      • DeniseVB says:

        What did Bill Clinton do after Columbine? What did Obama do after Sandy Hook and Charleston ? They bellyached about guns without details for solutions. As is Hillary, Bernie, et al right now. I’m seeing a pattern that they really don’t have any solutions other than expecting big fat donations from anti-gun groups, who have no solutions either. Blaming guns sure raises a lot of money for everybody.

        • lyn says:

          My attitude is to put everything on the table–gun control, term limits, abortion and immigration–and to hammer out common-sense solutions. I’m sick and tired of the bellyaching too.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    I’m surprised the right isn’t making a bigger deal out of the fact that the station GM, who fired the shooter, brought up the incident when shooter showed up to work wearing an Obama sticker and refused to take it off. Hello, this is a NEWSroom. He wasn’t fired over that, just one of the many confrontations he had with him.

  8. Lulu says:

    The media are scum and sell whatever they think will bring them a nickel. I have pretty much stopped consuming their drivel because taking so many showers to get the stink off was getting expensive (hot water, shower gel, lotions, shampoo, etc).

  9. Dora says:

    Latest poll!

    Quinnipiac Poll: “Liar” Is Word Most Commonly Associated With Hillary, Biden Polls Better Against Republicans

    • Lulu says:

      I really would not mind watching a WTH! debate between Biden and Trump. The aging testosterone would be thick. And hilarious. Maybe Joe would get handsy with Trump. They could exchange hair-do tips.

    • Lulu says:

      That poll looks like all the others (except Trump) are loosing to Carson and then the Carson voters move on to Trump. The migration of voters is not usually a straight shift but over to a compromise party or candidate first. Then they make the jump. When Dems or Repubs migrate they become Independents usually first. Carson is filling that role presently it looks like. And it is happening pretty fast so the pollsters, media and “consultants” don’t know what to think or do. Carson “supporters” are not being name called so it is a safe “social or cultural” position at least for now.

  10. Myiq2xu says:


    • Lulu says:

      Give a bad job recommendation and get sued.

      • DeniseVB says:

        We caught an employee stealing and gave her the option of resigning or having charges pressed. She quit. She immediately applied to another veterinary hospital using us as a reference knowing full well we couldn’t mention the “theft” or she could sue us. Stupid laws protect evil people.

        • Lulu says:

          We had one who went to prison and then used us as a job recommendation. We sent her to prison. She stole $250 large before I got there and did a file audit. She plead guilty thinking for some reason she would get probation because she had kids. The money went up her husband’s nose. Talk about dumb. We directed them to the newspaper article about her prison sentence.

        • leslie says:

          Years and tears ago (in the early1980’s) my husband was a middle manager in a very large company, whose responsibilities, as part of his position, were the hiring and termination of employees who did not “work out” for various reasons. Even then, it took many months to justify a termination because no one wanted to make life harder than it already was, but they were not willing to tolerate bad behavior from workers. And, even then, they were more cautious and gave more chances to POC than anyone else because they did to want to be seen as racist.
          I recall one time in particular when he had to track the work of a person who, since the time of his employment, had multiple complaints against him and who had been moved from one department to another in the hope that he would fit in somewhere. It took ten months of 1-to-1 meetings, warnings, evaluations, support people stepping in to help the employee, and nothing changed for the better. When he finally had to terminate this guy, he received death threats, threats against me and our children, hang-up calls in the middle of the night. All this and the company had to agree to NOT disclose the reasons for the reasons for termination.
          This was in 1980’s. Nothing has changed. I’m just surprised that with all the coddling, people have just got worse, instead of appreciating the assistance and working hard to do well and justify their employment.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Weren’t the first “mass murderers” mailmen with a grudge, hence “going postal” was used to describe ragey people who shot up their former employers’ offices. That still happens a lot (buried in local news stories). AND, we still have these stupid laws on the books about ragey shootings in the workplace ?

  11. Myiq2xu says:

    • leslie says:

      Thanks, Klown. I was out last night and didn’t get to see – even the repeat of this last night. Dana is organized, thoughtful, direct and truthful. I think the Progs can’t handle this because she does not think with her emotions. She use her emotions to motivate her but not to deflect from issues.

    • angienc says:

      Bill Button of “Romney killed a woman by giving her cancer” fame is truly a lying sack of shit. I would love to slap that stupid smirk off his face. “Yes there are random acts with other tools but GUNS are the center of ALL these cases.” Dumbass doesn’t even know he just contradicted himself in the same sentence.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Thanks for posting that clip, Dana was on fire last night.

  12. Myiq2xu says:


  13. Somebody says:

    I think the Roanoke shooter epitomizes the effect of the race hustlers on our society. They are constantly whipping up tensions, they convince many blacks that every white person is out to get them and are white devils. All the ills of the black community are the fault of whites and slavery from 150 years ago or Jim Crow laws from 50 years ago. If a black person doesn’t have the life they want…….simple it’s whitey’s fault.

    This man by all accounts was fairly successful, yet it seems he had a chip on his shoulder. It seems he saw racism just about everywhere. Did he in fact encounter racists in his life? Possibly, but I doubt those individuals had any lasting impact on his life. Instead of seeing his glass as half full and recognizing he was doing far better than the vast majority of Americans, he chose to be a perpetual victim. Clearly he had some kind of mental issues going on too, but it seems he was also schooled in the race hustler’s school of victim-hood.

    IMO Al Sharpton, Rev. Jessie, the NBP and all the other race hustlers have some of this man’s blood and the blood of his victims on their hands.

    • mcnorman says:

      You are spot on…they all have blood on their hands.
      I miss the old days when the nuts worried about the consequences of their actions. That isn’t the case anymore. Free range nuts continue because the system allows for it. Add the race baiters like Al who prop it up as a legitimate beef and this is the result when you have uncontrolled cray cray.

    • angienc says:

      The guy was crazy. He was attracted to the race hustlers rhetoric merely as a conduit to funnel his anger.
      The same way Dylan Roof was drawn to white supremists rhetoric to funnel his.
      The racism in both these cases is the symptom of their sick minds not the cause.

    • foxyladi14 says:


  14. Dora says:

    ‘Social engineering’? White House posts ‘terrifying’ map showing how it’s changing America

  15. DeniseVB says:

    For those who remember Nancy Mace, who primary challenged Lindsey Graham in SC, Trump just hired her for his SC campaign team !

    • leslie says:

      He is taking this to a whole other level. Good for him. He is giving fair warning to those who viciously oppose him.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Nancy has a very historic back story being the first woman to graduate from the Citadel, also a very successful business woman,wife and mom. She had a huge grassroots following during her primary run, but the Lindsey loving state GOPe squished her.

        Like Mia Love, I sent Nancy $10 with a note, I only wish I could vote for you ! This is a very smart move by Trump, he’s tapping into SC’s passionate voters, not the establishment.

  16. Dora says:

    More intrigue.

    What Does Joe Biden Know?

    As the vice president edges toward a presidential run, is he banking on further public disclosures to discredit the frontrunner?

  17. helenk3 says:

    stolen from Marge

  18. SHV says:

    FWIW, Wife went with MIL for lab blood draw this AM. The three AA women working in the lab area were talking about the Va shooting. These three women agreed that he shouldn’t have killed two people but his behavior was perfectly understandable because he was mad and upset.

    • helenk3 says:

      so would it be understandable to shoot two black people, if at sometime in your life you have had bad experiences with a black person? As long as that kind of thinking is around there will always be problems between the races

      • SHV says:

        I don’t think that race was part of that discussion. In my medium sized city, 95%++ of gun violence is committed by AAs and by the lack any response by the “community” seems now be part of the culture. During the early 90s, when the Crips/Bloods drug war was going on, the motives for the killings at least were “rational”, now it’s just the socially acceptable way, in the community, to deal with a personal problem.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    The Rosie saga continues, it’s sad but we’d probably never have heard of this if she didn’t smear it all over social media when her daughter went missing. Good luck to Chelsea’s birth mother, Rosie just cut her off financially.

    • Lulu says:

      If she is a minor she may not can do that. She adopted her. She assumed responsibility. She may get sued. Doesn’t she live in NJ? Remember the kids who sued for college etc? Those were butt hurt parents too. NJ law is kind of child friendly not parent friendly.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Birth mom (“Rosie stole my baby”) picked her up Monday, Chelsea’s 18th birthday. I still smell lawsuit especially if Gloria Allred catches whiff of some legal loopholes.

      • angienc says:

        She just turned 18.
        Seems going to live with her birth mother is something she wanted for a while. I guess living with Rosie isn’t a bed of roses.
        Allegedly this freshly 18 year old young woman has suffered with mental health issues for years. How sad. The birth mother lost custody of her because of drugs and now the girl is a drug user too. I wonder how much is nature and how much is nurture.

        • Lulu says:

          True. But Rosie looks like “my way or the highway” and not a supportive parent. Adopting kids is tricky and not everyone should do it. Who knows?

          • angienc says:

            Oh I agree — I think nurture has a lot more effect than many think. Sure nature played a role too but I am sure Rosie’s “parenting” has a lot to do with it too.

  20. votermom says:

    In lighter news

  21. DeniseVB says:

    More lighter news …..

  22. Dora says:

    Oh wow! He can’t get away with this!!!

    Secretary of State John Kerry Signs United Nations Gun Ban Treaty Against Wishes of U.S. Senate

  23. helenk3 says:

    in the beginning days on national tv, they used music videos as time fillers. Now they use hot air bloviators as time fillers

  24. Myiq2xu says:

  25. DeniseVB says:

    OMG Hillary, with all due respect, shut up !

  26. DeniseVB says:

    For the TCH Florida delegation …..

  27. Myiq2xu says:

    This fits today’s theme:

  28. helenk3 says:

    City of Roanoke, Va., says fountain lights at Elmwood Park to illuminate turquoise and maroon to honor WDBJ7 reporter Alison Parker and photojournalist Adam Ward – @City_of_Roanoke

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