Shiree Bundy-Cox, daughter of domestic terrorist and “not-racist” Welfare Cowboy Cliven Bundy, broke her “silence” to strongly condemn Sean Hannity for his decision to stop supporting her father, who feels that “negroes” sit around lazily on their porch collecting welfare benefits and “wonders” if they might be better off picking cotton as field slaves.
Joining Cliven’s “black friend,” Bundy-Cox dismissed the idea that he father is the least bit racist, and had some strong words for Bundy’s personal hero Hannity. On April 24, she posted on her Facebook:
She may be right that Hannity’s refusal to continue to support her racist father may be about ratings–but the general reaction is not a “detouring tactic” like she claims. America, in general, did not support him to begin with, given that he has spent twenty years refusing to pay grazing fees everyone else pays and has defied multiple court orders requiring him to remove his cattle from public land.
Of course, we would expect someone who had the audacity to compare the Bundy Klan to the “Jews durring [sic] the holocaust” and to the Native Americans from whom the land was taken in the first place:
Bundy-Cox has also accused Glenn Beck of “not getting” what is going on out there.
Perhaps she is correct. It’s hard, even for someone as insane as Beck, to fully understand the prospect of attempting to spark a civil war over where one’s cows eat–especially when one is a criminal who is simply trying to avoid paying the $1 million out of which he has bilked taxpayers over a couple decades.
Beck has been facing criticism since day one for his refusal to fall in line with the people who feel it’s a good idea to begin gunning down Americans over welfare cattle. In fact, as far as conservatives go he has been a voice of reason in the issue.
Think about that.