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FINALLY, AT CBS, A VICTORY FOR COMMON COMMENT SENSE by Tony Perkins

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A tragedy like Las Vegas’s can bring out the best in a country — or in the case of some liberals, the worst. Despite all the stories of heroism, the pictures of Americans helping Americans, some people just couldn’t stop themselves from inflicting some pain of their own. While parents frantically searched for their children and others hovered between life and death, liberals took turns politicizing one of the worst moments in U.S. history.

Hillary Clinton struck within hours of the shooting, blasting the NRA before many of the bodies had even been identified. Emotions were still raw when Hayley Geftman-Gold, CBS Vice President and Senior Counsel, weighed in on Facebook, stunning a nation with her disdain for the hundreds of victims. A woman whose legal training should have taught her the importance of words let loose with a post heard around the nation. “If they wouldn’t do anything when children were murdered I have no hope that Repugs will ever do the right thing. I’m actually not even sympathetic bc country music fans often are Republican gun toters.”

It was an astounding admission — not just because of Geftman-Gold’s position at CBS, but for its absolute and public inhumanity. How could a mother of three — knowing that parents like her had just suffered the worst possible loss — have such utter contempt for suffering people? No one, Democrat or Republican, deserves to die. But unfortunately, crass displays like Gold’s let the mask slip on just how intolerant many on the Left have become. Lauri Regan, a Manhattan attorney, thinks this generation “no longer has any sense of decorum ‘in public,’ as their whole lives are public.”

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