Terror ‘Apologists’ Scramble To Explain Evil


How can people not believe that evil exists? Those who support evil should be the ones who get to live with evil. Not the innocent who were just out for a run.
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On Monday’s The Five, Greg Gutfeld reacted to a poem making its way around the internet. The reason? It was written for one of the most notorious men in America: Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. In it, Palmer seems to sympathize with the suspected bomber. Gutfeld didn’t hide his disdain.

“What a hopeless loser. Maybe she’ll marry the guy,” he said.

Sympathizers like Palmer, Gutfeld asserted, perpetuate what he termed the belief that “a life of obscurity is inferior to a life of infamy.”

Dana Perino also let her rebuke be known for Palmer’s indulgence in ‘getting her emotions out,’ saying she stopped reading the poem at the line: “You don’t know how orgasmic the act of taking in a lungful of oxygen is until they hold your head under the water.”



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