The Real Radio Hatemongers

Conservatives are Killers

Conservatives Hope You Die

MontelWilliams“If in fact the GOP doesn’t like any form of, of health care reform, what do we do with those 40 to 60 million uninsured? So, from this point on, I’m telling ya, when they show up at the emergency room, just shoot ‘em! Kill them! Drag them off and throw them in a — what are we doing? I saw that in Kenya. I see people dying in the Kibera slums, and every morning somebody goes through and just retrieves the bodies. Now, if we really say, ‘We have nothing to do, we can’t help those 40 million people,’ do we have enough body bags? I don’t know.”
— Montel Williams on Montel Across America, July 21, 2009. [MP3 audio]



“The Republicans lie! They want to see you dead! They’d rather make money off your dead corpse! They kind of like it when that woman has cancer and they don’t have anything for her. That’s how the insurance companies make money: by denying the coverage. My God, Democrats! What’s wrong with you?! You can’t deal with these people! At all!”
— Ed Schultz on MSNBC’s The Ed Show, September 23, 2009.

Conservatives Incite Murder “For Sport”

“This is what they do. [Bill] O’Reilly inspires people to go kill doctors who provide private abortion services, legal services to his patients, and then O’Reilly stands there with that dung-eating look on his face — what a son of a bitch he is! —  ‘Oh, it wasn’t me, blah, blah.’ Of course it was you, you thug! And then the suicide-prone Glenn Beck rails against Census workers, and inspires his people to go out and kill one for sport. And I will guarantee you that O’Reilly and Beck and the rest of these monsters on the neo-fascist right in this country love this stuff. It gives them something else to talk about. It’s sport.”
— Mike Malloy, The Mike Malloy Show, September 23, 2009. [MP3 audio]

“A security guard [at Washington, D.C.’s Holocaust Museum] tonight, Stephen T. Johns, is dead, because Rush Limbaugh and Neal Boortz and Sean Hannity and Matt Drudge and Michael Savage and all the rest, Glenn Beck, all the rest of these people pump daily, hourly, minute by minute, into public discourse: hatred, fear, contempt. They do it every day. They do it without letup; they are not self-censoring. It’s a constant deluge in this country, of this poison from these right-wingers. Poison.”
— Mike Malloy on The Mike Malloy Show, June 10, 2009. [MP3 audio]

Conservatives Want Endless Repeats of Oklahoma City Bombing

“Today, I think Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh want today to be declared, uh, a national holiday. I suggest it be called Beck Memorial Day. This is the kind of day 15 years ago when Beck was still working, uh, in a bath house as a towel boy. This is the kind of day that, 15 years ago that Beck, when he woke up and heard about the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building, he applauded. He clapped. He danced. He jumped around like a drop of water on a hot pancake griddle! He was just as happy as could be! This is what Beck and Limbaugh and the rest of these right wing freaks want to see happen again. And again. And again. Endlessly.”
— Mike Malloy talking about the 15th anniversary of the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building, Mike Malloy Show, April 19, 2010. [MP3 audio]

No More “Acts of Treason” or “Letting People Drown”

RandiRhodes“[Snorts] I hope he [Sean Hannity] enjoyed his little rant, because he is going to have to make it every day for the next eight years. Every day for the next eight years, this is what he is gonna say on his radio show. Anybody who would try that hard to make you afraid — which is what they’ve been doing for eight years — has to be scared out of their mind that they are about to get their fingernails pried off the levers of power, that they are not going to be able to steal anymore, that they are not going to be able to commit acts of treason anymore. They are not going to be able to out CIA undercover operatives. They’re not going to be able to ignore terrorist warnings, or disappear people anymore. They’re not going to be able to let people drown in hurricanes anymore. They’re not going to be able to get their mitts on the Treasury, or hire cronies, or pack the Justice Department with Karl Rove protégés without Senate confirmation.”
— Randi Rhodes on The Randi Rhodes Show, October 29, 2008. [MP3 audio]

Conservatives Want to Kill Barack Obama

“Sometimes I think they want Obama to get shot. I do. I really think that there are conservative broadcasters in this country who would love to see Obama taken out. They fear socialism. They fear Marxism. They fear that the United States of America won’t be the United States of America anymore.”
— Ed Schultz, The Ed Schultz Show, August 11, 2009. [MP3 audio]

“Right Wing” Killed the Kennedy Brothers

“You know as well as I know that the death of Senator Ted Kennedy is the death of a man, absolutely, and everything he was to the people in his extended family, but we also understand it’s the death of an era. One of the remaining — if not the remaining — lynchpin of liberalism in this country is gone. And you know what the term ‘lynchpin’ means. So, with the death of Ted Kennedy last night, liberalism in this country has, has lost its champion, the person who, in the modern era, personified liberalism to a greater degree than anyone in Congress. I think his death heralds the beginning of a very, very, very dark period in this country. I remember feeling that way in 1963 and again in 1968, when his two brothers were murdered by the right wing in this country.”
— Mike Malloy, The Mike Malloy Show, August 26, 2009. [MP3 audio]

U.S. Government Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The argument has been made that one of the reasons that the U.S. government assassinated Martin Luther King, Jr. was because of his speech at Riverside Church in New York — I think it was Riverside Church — where he came out fully against the war in southeast Asia and fully against the policies that were being perpetrated against the American people in general. He left his little safe niche of, ‘Oh, well, he’s the spokesman for the Negroes,’ and stepped outside that and started taking on greater issues, and so the United States government said, ‘Well, time to get rid of this guy.’”
— Mike Malloy, The Mike Malloy Show, January 14, 2008. [MP3 audio]

Blaming Fort Hood Murders on George W. Bush

StephanieMiller“I think in his [Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan’s] particular case, it’s that he’s counseling these guys, hearing about the horrors of these wars that he’s now going to be sent into, you know. You add to it obviously the fact that he appeared to be — and again, we don’t have all the details yet — but appeared to be getting more radicalized, you know. But you know, and also add in that, look, George Bush made many people around the world feel like this was a war against Islam by using words like ‘crusade’ and all of that. So, and then you add to that the fact that he apparently was taunted for being Muslim because of the attitudes that had, that developed here. So — and that’s not to excuse him in any way. That’s what I keep hearing on the Right is, ‘Oh, you people on the Left are trying to excuse him. Oh, its politically correct,’ or whatever. No, nobody is saying that this is any kind of excuse at all. But, I mean, it’s just, I think you’ve got to get to the real reasons if you want to stop this from happening again.”
— Stephanie Miller on The Stephanie Miller Show, November 10, 2009. [MP3 audio]