Michael Savage: Ron Paul Hates Jews and Supports TerroristsKurt Nimmo
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On December 29, nationally syndicated talk radio show host Michael Weiner "Savage" trashed Ron Paul. He characterized him as a "lunatic" who supports Hamas and Hezbollah after Paul said the Gaza Strip is a concentration camp.
Savage joins the rest of the "conservative" punditry in the act of viciously trashing Ron Paul as the Iowa caucus approaches. His audience is well over 9 million people. The "Savage Nation" has now demonstrated that it is an important element in the effort to portray Ron Paul as not only a political fringe kook, but also a racist and -- according to Weiner and his neocon fellow travelers -- a Jew-hating antisemite who hates Israel and supports Hamas and Hezbollah.
Weiner said Paul is a threat to the survival of the United States. He said there is little difference between him and "the psychotic, progressive leftists" who support Obama. “If Obama’s team wanted to invent someone else on the other side to make Obama look mild and moderate and safe, they couldn’t have done better than inventing Ron Paul,” he said.
On the same day he trashed Ron Paul, Michael Savage gave his tacit support to Mitt Romney. “Of course Romney is a liberal Republican. Of course he is in the tradition of middle-of-the-roaders. Of course Romney is a milquetoast, and of course we would like someone more conservative,” Savage said.
“However, I am a pragmatist. Romney might be electable -- although I’m not sure after Gingrich has gotten through with him -- while Paul is unelectable, and Gingrich is so soiled with dirt that he is contemptible beyond being unelectable," he said.
In October, Savage praised Ron Paul for his take on the illegality of the supposed al-Awlaki assassination. In August, he showered Paul with kudos for his principled stand on the federal budget and government spending.
However, now that Paul is a Republican front-runner poised to win in Iowa and possibly take the New Hampshire primary, Savage believes he is a "lunatic."
Savage likes to portray himself as an independent who has contempt for both establishment political parties, but his sudden denouncement of Ron Paul reveals his true role as a ringmaster playing the false right-left paradigm game.
The threat of a Ron Paul in the White House has forced Savage’s hand. It has revealed him for the establishment operative that he obvious is.