Categories: DUI

This might be a job for #PolitiFactThis. It’s “mostly true” that you haven’t been hearing about the wave of support for accused cop-killer Christopher Dorner — you’ve been reading about it here on Twitchy since early yesterday afternoon. We’re more horrified than intrigued, though, that anyone would consider someone suspected of killing three people a “Django”-like hero. Then again, Dorner didn’t praise our work in his lengthy manifesto, as he did CNN. His love of Left-leaning media seems to have spurred a mutual admiration society.

@donlemoncnn Since you seem to approve of Dorner’s fans, do you have a bright line you can share on when it’s ok to support a cop-killer?

— Razor (@hale_razor) February 8, 2013

Lemon said on CNN he certainly wasn’t justifying what Dorner has allegedly done, but “it appears from his manifesto that he is, you know, he wasn’t crazy when he wrote his manifesto.” Question: did Lemon actually read the whole thing, or just the parts that the media decided to share? In either case, Dorner’s motivation is “something that we need to talk about.”

.@donlemoncnn did you really claim “we should be talking about racism instead of crazy killer. Also said he was sane when manifesto written”

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) February 8, 2013

Hey @donlemoncnn way to rationalize a mad man’s actions! Good to know that as long as it’s a black man crying racism, murder is acceptable!

— Hugh Briss (@FoolishReporter) February 8, 2013

Is @donlemoncnn going to talk about the fact that Dorner isn’t just targeting cops, but also their families?

— AG (@AG_Conservative) February 8, 2013

Maybe @donlemoncnn should change his first name to Django.

— Jon Gabriel (@ExJon) February 9, 2013

The comments from @donlemoncnn this AM has callers outraged.Denver cop just called to say Don “put a target on our back”#hewitt

— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) February 9, 2013

@donlemoncnn just gave the Dog Whistle stamp of approval to those that feel these cops are getting what they deserve #hewitt

— tjking (@tjking) February 9, 2013

.@cnn do you have any editorial guidance about portraying serial-killers such Chris Dorner sympathetically?

— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) February 9, 2013

I really don’t see how @cnn justifies what @donlemoncnn just did. Despicable.

— AG (@AG_Conservative) February 8, 2013

Hey everyone, calm down.

Guys, @donlemoncnn isn’t trying to justify #ChrisDorner‘s murders, he’s just letting you know how justifiable they are. #Psychopath

— Landon(@OrwellForce) February 8, 2013

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