When is a threat not a threat? When it appears in an op-ed in the New York Times written by former Green Jobs czar, self-avowed communist and 9/11 truther Van Jones.
Jones’ editorial entitled “Shirley Sherrod and Me” calls out that ubiquitous, annoying technology like “flip cameras, laptops and cable TV.” According to Van, those “rapidly developing technologies” that “falsely accused” him of signing his name to a 2004 petition to investigate George W Bush for his role in 9/11, are not being used “wisely.”
After he feels Shirley’s pain and rails against Andrew Breitbart for making the White House and the NAACP “victims”(yes, he uses the ‘V’ word) in their “rush to judgment” he turns up the heat. In a tone reminiscent of Sonny Corleone if he had gone to Yale, Jones says:
The only solution is for Americans to adjust our culture over time to our new media…the worst of the partisans will get their comeuppance and become cautionary tales for others.
One can only imagine what kind of “adjusting” this Che wannabe, cop-killer advocate and devout Marxist/Maoist follower has in mind.
The “worst of the partisans” might be asking Jones right now “Are you talking to me?”
Van, the ultimate ‘victim’, is still hurting from the conservative media’s audacity in exposing him for the anti-American, dangerous child that he is. The op-ed in the treasonous New York Times acts as the perfect vehicle for putting his enemies on notice.