That was beautiful. Yesterday on Fox News’ “The Five,” Greg Gutfeld followed up on his excellent Twitter rant, wherein he slammed those who wish to find “root causes” and humanize the Boston bombing suspects. 

He also destroyed “performer” Amanda Palmer, who wrote a poem urging empathy for the surviving Boston bombing suspect. She has since doubled-down on her moral bankruptcy.

Members of the media have been out sickly “humanizing” in force.


Twitchy reported on the latest one: Luke Russert, who tweeted out a “must-read” article that detailed how Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a “beloved” wrestling captain.

Deplorable. A Bostonian replied to Mr. Russert.

Thank you, sir. Boston, and those suffering from the attacks, continue to be in our prayers. Humanize them.

Twitter users have noticed the sickening displays and they are disgusted.

But, society!

Bingo. Blame evil. Case closed.

People have had enough.

The end. Stop hiding behind “humanizing” and “understanding.” Evil is evil. By avoiding that truth, you spit on the grave of every person victimized and killed in acts of evil. There is good and there is evil: No amount of chatter about “root causes” or reprehensible attempts to paint alleged perpetrators of horrible crimes as misunderstood “great guys” will change that.

Want to talk about real great guys?

Humanize them. Humanize men like the MIT officer, Sean Collier, who was killed during a gunfight with the Boston bombing suspects.

Now he was a great guy. Rest in peace, Sean Collier.


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#apoemfordzhokhar: Greg Gutfeld, Twitterers destroy Dzhokhar Tsarnaev empathizer Amanda Palmer

Amanda Palmer urges empathy for bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

‘Evil people can still go to gym, smile’: Greg Gutfeld’s epic rant on Boston bombing suspects

Awful: Russert tweets ‘must-read’ about ‘beloved’ wrestling captain Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

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