Notorious for his left-wing extremism and his misogyny, Ed Schultz has a good friend in Sandra Fluke. Fluke has appeared on Shultz's TV show twice, and she follows Schultz on Twitter.
Obviously the fake outrage about the imaginary "war on women" is smoke screen for the real war on freedom, liberty and our First Amendment rights.
Slutgate: A brief history (with videos at the links in bold)...
Ed Schultz: "Like this right-wing slut, what's her name, Laura Ingraham? Yeah, she's a talk slut."
ABC's "The View" Makes Light of Ed Schultz's 'Slut' Reference for Laura Ingraham...
"Walters again tried to ameliorate the situation for Schultz. 'He has apologized,' she noted."
Professional gender reassignment activist, Sandra Fluke (a 30-year-old law student with a well-funded sex life), appears on Ed Schultz's show to complain about not being allowed to lobby congress for free sex accessories.
Sandra Fluke lobbies Congress for free contraceptives and abortion services for her beleaguered cohort:
“Forty percent of the female students at Georgetown Law reported to us that they struggled financially as a result of this policy,” Fluke testified regarding the Catholic university’s policy of not covering birth control.
February 29, 2012
"What does it say about the college coed [Fluke], who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says that she must be paid to have sex? What does that make her? It makes her a slut, right? It makes her a prostitute. She wants to be paid to have sex.
"She's having so much sex she can't afford the contraception. She wants you and me and the taxpayers to pay her to have sex."
Sandra Fluke appearing again on Ed Schultz's show: "I guess my reaction is the reaction a lot of women have when they’ve been called these names. Initially you’re stunned but then, very quickly, you’re outraged because this is, historically, the kind of language that is used to silence women..."
Schultz: “He defamed you in the biggest way.”
March 3, 2012
Rush: "I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices."
Sandra Fluke on "The View"
“I was at first shocked and stunned,” she told host Barbara Walters when asked what she thought after hearing Limbaugh’s comments. “Let me be clear that I think his statements that he made on the air about me have been personal enough, so I’d rather not have a personal phone call from him.”Fluke went on to question the apology statement, mentioning that Limbaugh issued it at a time during which advertisers were putting a great deal of pressure on him. In the end, she said that it doesn’t change anything.
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Hat tip: Boortz