Here are some awful tweets by conservatives blaming Bill de Blasio for the death of two cops
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Th wonderful folks who went out of their way to complain when reasonable people questioned the availability of cheap and plentiful guns following the shootings at Sandy Hook/Aurora/Isla Vista/Virginia Tech/and lots of other places -- because they were "politicizing" the shooting -- are unsurprisingly politicizing the hell out of the death of two police officers in Brooklyn on Saturday.

These would also be the same folks who said the previous shooters were solely to blame in what we passively refer to as "incidents," instead of 'horrific and meaningless slaughters of innocent human life due to our fucked-up gun culture.'

Given the opportunity to not politicize the tragic deaths of officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos -- and instead blame the shooter, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, for pulling the trigger, -- they took a pass and went straight after Mayor Bill de Blassio.

This is not too surprising, although you'd think they would be all over Brinsley since he's an African-American man and they have an excellent track record demonizing black victims of police/citizen "incidents" of late, particularly if the victims are of the dusky hue like Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, John Crawford, and Darrien Hunt. Demonizing a black man who was a real actual demon should have been a no-brainer -- which just happens to fall within their skill set.

But, no.

They've got their marching orders, and miscegenatin' Bill de Blasio -- demander of police accountability and acknowledger that we have a serious race problem that police are making much much worse -- is the real bad guy here.

Leading the pack is colorless, odorless, shapeless, man-without-form, content or dimension: former New York Governor George Pataki who combined a tweet with a formal announcement that he will be riding the crazy train known as the 2016 GOP president primary field:

Sexual assault curator and admiral of money-losing National Review Online, Rich Lowry wants you to know it's de Blasio's New York, and he needs to own everything that goes on there.

You'll notice that Lowry is a UVA grad which is currently being investigated for sexual assault above and beyond the reported rape profiled in Rolling Stone. When the report comes out, we're sure Rich will own it like a good little Cavalier.

Blip in a bygone cultural touchstone and current talking point Pez dispenser on Fox News, Stacey Dash has a few tweets to share:


White trash radio celeb and gun-humper Dana Loesch:

Failed political candidate and meat-headed Bhenghazi-truther Dan Bongino:

Convicted felon and Judith Regan boinker Bernie Kerik:

The Sergeants Benevolent Association of New York:

Guy who was in My Bodyguard and then disappeared:

Deadbeat dad guy:


And I would be remiss if I didn't include Patrolman's Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch for his calming words:

"There is blood on many hands, from those who incited violence under the guise of protest all the way to the mayor's office at City Hall," Lynch said in a statement supplied by spokesman Albert O'Leary.

"Those who allowed this to happen will be held accountable," Lynch warned in a news conference at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn where Ramos and Liu were pronounced dead after the shooting.

Points deducted because Lynch failed to wrap a bloodied sheet around his shoulders like a cape and bring a wind machine for dramatic effect...