CNN host is best buddies with man whose drone strikes have killed 200 children
Paul Joseph Watson
January 8, 2013
Piers Morgan – who regularly hangs out with the architect of drone strikes which have killed almost 200 children – really took the biscuit when he called Alex Jones “scary” in a Politico interview following last night’s already infamous CNN confrontation.
Morgan, who has cited the deaths of 20 children in the Sandy Hook school massacre to push for gun control, is best buddies with Barack Obama and regularly attends White House functions in which he is photographed with the President.
Yet Obama has personally ordered drone strikes which have killed thousands of innocent people, including nearly 200 children. Last time I checked, Morgan wasn’t calling for “drone control” in order to save the lives of innocent kids slaughtered in cold blood by order of his friend in the Oval Office.
In a Politico interview released today, Morgan remarked, “That kind of vitriol, hatred, and zealotry is really quite scary. I didn’t feel threatened by him [Jones], but I’m concerned that someone like him has that level of influence,” adding. “There’s got to be a level of discourse that can rise above what happened last night. It was undignified, unedifying.”
Apparently, Morgan, a self-proclaimed crusader fighting violence against children, doesn’t find it “undignified” or “unedifying” that his buddy in the White House continues to launch drone strikes in places like Pakistan and Yemen that kill just one alleged terrorist per 50 innocents slaughtered.
Morgan is noticeably less passionate about the fact a staggering 98% of the victims of Obama’s drone strike policyhave been innocent civilians.
Obama’s drone strikes have killed at least 168 children in Pakistan alone – over eight times the number killed by Sandy Hook gunman Adam Lanza.
Obama’s hypocrisy on the issue is also odious. Last week, the White House released a photograph of the President looking sad having just been told the news about the Sandy Hook shooting. The man delivering the news was none other than John Brennan, the torture-supporting counterterrorism chief who actually helps Obama pick the targets of his child-killing drone massacres.
So who’s “scary”? Is it Alex Jones for aggressively defending the second amendment right of the American people as a safeguard against criminals and tyranny in government? Or is it Piers Morgan, a man who pals around with mass murderers like Barack Obama who continue to order the bombing of little children on a weekly basis?