Oh Yeah, Piers Morgan. That’s the Problem.

December 31, 2012 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Here’s an extremely popular Republican wacko who wants to deport Piers Morgan because he disagrees with him and that, my friends, constitutes sedition.

Morgan represents a foreign threat to American law and liberty because he believes that Americans have too damn many guns.   And, according to Mike Adams of Natural News, Morgan is not covered by the Constitution because he’s not a citizen.

I don’t know if Adams realizes that (1) that’s just goofy, and (2) there’s this magic thing called television that would allow Piers Morgan to broadcast all the way across the big ocean.

“British Citizen and CNN television host Piers Morgan is engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment,” the petition reads. “We demand that Mr. Morgan be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens.”

Of course, the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Barack Obama, happens to agree with the haughty Morgan, so he isn’t likely to order his ever-compliant and equally complicit attorney general, Eric Holder, to investigate the criminal Brit. So we’re not holding our breath.

Worse, Morgan likely knows it. On Christmas Eve the bottom-dwelling CNN host Tweeted this taunt: “Merry Christmas! Even to those who want me deported.”

Do you think I can get Sarah McLachlan deported back to Canada because she makes me cry with that ASPCA commercial she does?

Thanks to Ralph for the heads up.

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10 Comments to “Oh Yeah, Piers Morgan. That’s the Problem.”

  1. Typical. Gun “rights” advocates only give credence to one constitutional amendment, the second. The first, which includes free speech, freedom from religion, etc., appears to have gone way over their heads.

  2. Lorraine in Spring says:

    The stupid really does burn.

    Happy New Year. Even to those who can’t read/understand our Constitution & ended up watch FoxSpews.

    BTW, I read where Sean Hannity’s viewership is down almost 50% since President Obama’s re-election. All together now…… Awwwwww…

    Perhaps that alone will help educate more Americans.

  3. I used to read Mike Morgan for the alt-health info but found the deadly politics far outweighed anything useful. Ironically, he encourages everybody to move to Belize–I think that’s the place. Some hidden valley where you can grow your own food and won’t be bothered by functional government. I have a hard time wrapping my head around the rightwingers’ concept of patriotism.

  4. I wouldn’t mind Morgan staying forever if he switched careers and taught diction, spelling, and grammar to Tea Partiers. I don’t think he is much of an interviewer, but that is hardly grounds for deportation.

  5. With the large number of people Republican’s want to deport getting bigger by the day, groups… individuals… etc., it shouldn’t be too long before those Republicans realize it’s going to be easier and less disruptive for them to just self-deport their own bad selves.

  6. scottybeamer says:

    I used to read Mike Adams’ health news site until he suddenly became so politically absurd. Wonder who got to him with a bag of money? I’m not a big fan of Piers Morgan, but that doesn’t mean he needs to be deported. I would prefer LaPierre be deported to…………anyplace!

  7. donquijoterocket says:

    I’d wager a considerable sum that not one of these bozos said a word when Mikey Hucksterbee proposed amending the constitution to bring it into alignment with Dog’s laws. Hypocrisy of the highest sort which everybody has come to expect from the repcons and their fellow travelers.

  8. I bet there are some Native Americans who would like a whole lot of people to go back where they came from.

  9. Corinne Sabo says:

    Adams needs to read the amendments, especially the 14th, which applies to persons, not just citizens.

  10. With all due respect to other commenters, but reading Adams even for health stuff is akin to reading Bernie Madoff for financial advice.

    The man makes his living out of demonizing mainstream medicine in order to sell more of his own “miracle supplements” on the internet. He has, in the past, made the statement that people who take chemotherapy for cancer are going to be damned to hell for disrespecting God so much.

    Seriously, expecting ANY form of sanity and accuracy from this man is hopeless denial of reality based on a preference for conspiracy theory.