The Tides Foundation, “charitable, nonpartisan” organization and money-launderer for George Soros has evidently warned Glenn Beck’s sponsors that their continued support of him will result in “blood on many hands.”
The next “assassin” may succeed, and if so, there will be blood on many hands. The choice is yours. Please join my call to do the right thing in this regard and put Fox News at arm’s length from your company by halting your advertising with them.
(Full letter here.)
This is clearly penultimate to next week’s letter warning that wolverines will suck the organs out of sponsors’ steaming body cavities should they still not comply, but let’s play along for a while.
The assassin in question is one Byron Williams, a two-time loser and obvious mental deficient whose bent-on-mayhem journey to the offices of the Tides Foundation and the ACLU came to an abrupt halt one early Sunday morning in July when the California Highway Patrol pulled him over for speeding and driving erratically. (This is our first clue as to the relative intelligence and mental stability of Mr. Williams. Even recent arrivals from Tora Bora know enough to observe posted speed limits and make safe lane changes when en route to a mass murder. But I digress.)
One can’t know what goes through a man’s mind as he sits in a truck full of guns and body armor, bathed in the glow of the flashing roof-lights of people with bigger guns and better body armor. Maybe “Hey wait a minute, offices are closed on Sunday!” or “How quickly can I throw these guns out the window so I don’t get my private parts shot off?” On the evidence, however, it doesn’t appear that this, or much of anything else, went through Mr. Williams’ mind at the time.
Because surrounded, outflanked and outgunned, he decided this day wasn’t going to ruin itself and opted to try to shoot his way out. (For those keeping score, this would be our second insight into Mr. Williams’ SAT potential.) A short, unequal gun battle ensued in which no police officers were seriously injured and Williams himself—though perforated multiple times through the arms and legs—was not killed.