Mike Malloy, a left wing talk radio host, heard on Sirius XM Left channel 127 is being criticized for mocking religion and tornado victims as storms ravaged the US last week. Malloy called those killed, “grease spots.” I’m not making this up.
Here’s a transcript of his comments, which as I said were heard on Sirius XM, partly owned by CBC – the state broadcaster.
“Their God … keeps smashing them into little grease spots on the pavement in Alabama, and Mississippi, and Arkansas, and Georgia, and Oklahoma,” Malloy says in his broadcast from Friday. “You know, the Bible belt, where [in a mocking voice] they ain’t gonna let no goddamned science get in the way, it says in the Bible, blah blah blah blah blah. So, according to their way of thinking, God with his omnipotent thumb reaches down here and so far tonight has smashed about 20 people into a grease spot on highway 12, or whatever the hell highway they live next to.”
So given that CBC rushed to do a Rush story can we expect a story telling Canadians what a creep Mike Malloy is or will they give him a pass because he is a liberal and kind of one of their employees?