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Politically Incorrect Questions You Can’t Ask Without Being Called a ‘Hater’

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The Other McCain

 

Matthew Continetti of the Washington Free Beacon describes the attempts to intimidate any reporter asking questions about Chuck Hagel and the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee:

Apparently, though, and without our knowing it, you and I have passed through an inter-dimensional portal and have entered a black-is-white, up-is-down twilight zone in which asking for information pertaining to a public figure constitutes participation not only in a McCarthyite “smear machine,” but also in a “campaign, orchestrated by controversial anti-Arab figures,” with the goal of “smearing and intimidating the Arab-American community.” . . . The line separating inquiry and bigotry is, it would seem, rather thin.

Yesterday, I saw Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball rant for 10 minutes about Sen. Ted Cruz as a latter-day Joe McCarthy

 

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