Prof. Marc Lamont Hill likens Chris Dorner to ‘Django’

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Share the joy         http://twitter.com/#!/KatiePavlich/status/301785364715147265 Twitchy has extensively documented the disgusting moral cockroaches celebrating alleged murderer Chris Dorner. But something was missing from #TeamDorner: credibility. Columbia University Professor Marc Lamont Hill is up to filling that void. Hill told a CNN panel today that watching the Chris Dorner saga unfold has been “like watching ‘Django Unchained’


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http://twitter.com/#!/KatiePavlich/status/301785364715147265

Twitchy has extensively documented the disgusting moral cockroaches celebrating alleged murderer Chris Dorner. But something was missing from #TeamDorner: credibility. Columbia University Professor Marc Lamont Hill is up to filling that void. Hill told a CNN panel today that watching the Chris Dorner saga unfold has been “like watching ‘Django Unchained’ in real life. It’s kind of exciting!”

.@marclamonthill is even more dangerous than his fellow #TeamDorner sickos because for some reason, he’s allowed to spread his hate on @cnn

— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) February 13, 2013

Huh? What, pray tell, is exciting about a cold-blooded killer senselessly taking lives? Hill may fancy himself an academic, but he desperately needs to be taken to school. Townhall columnist and author Katie Pavlich is leading the charge:

Radical leftist @marclamonthill logic: watching cop killers on the run is totally “exciting” ow.ly/hGTrl

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

Hey @marclamonthill why don’t you tell the families of Dorner’s victims how “exciting” going to their funerals will be ow.ly/hGTAc

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

“This has been an important public conversation” -@marclamonthill on Dorner’s murderous rampage ow.ly/hGTHY

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

On @cnn, @marclamonthill thought it would be smart 2 point out police brutality rather than discuss brutality of Dorner ow.ly/hGTXp

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

Just wondering @marclamonthill, does Dorner’s murderous rampage count as “police brutality?” Or is that just for racccissst white cops

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

You know what would have been “exciting” @marclamonthill, murdered Officer Michael Crain seeing his kids grow up ow.ly/hGUg4

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

You know who was a real superhero @marclamonthill? Officer Michael Crain who was killed by your superhero Dorner ow.ly/hGUvX

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

She didn’t just call you a sicko, you are a sicko. Your own words prove it. Watching Dorner Was “exciting” @marclamonthill @michellemalkin

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

In the course of defending himself against Pavlich, Hill suggests that Dorner’s actions provoked a helpful conversation on “police terrorism.”

Let me say it ONE MORE TIME, I don’t support what Dorner did. But I DO support the public conversation on police terrorism. @michellemalkin

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

Dorner rightly placed a spotlight on police terrorism in America. And the pursuit to catch him showed the ugly aspects of the LAPD…

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

He includes an obligatory denunciation of Dorner’s alleged murders, but uses the term “terrorism” only when discussing the police.

At the same time, he explicitly rejects the notion that Dorner is a terrorist:

Dorner was marked as a DOMESTIC TERRORIST and (perhaps) targeted for drone surveillance. This was not a normal response…

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

Pavlich boils it down:

Oh please, @marclamonthill you said “there’s no waste here” and you called watching Dorner “exciting” ow.ly/hGVr8

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

Then @marclamonthill u proceeded to uphold Dorner as a Hollywood superhero but OKAY u don’t “support” what he did #bull ow.ly/hGVx3

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

. @marclamonthill translated: Dorner is a hero to some, but don’t worry, they don’t actually *support* his murderous rampage

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

. @marclamonthill translated: Dorner is a hero to some but don’t worry, it’s only cuz they *understand* him but don’t *support* him

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

> @marclamonthill translated: It’s okay Dorner killed all those people because it totally shined a light on police brutality (ignore Dorner)

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

. @marclamonthill translated: People feel Dorner’s pain and cuz I’m a liberal, let’s ignore the pain felt by families of those he murdered

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

Again @marclamonthill, does Dorner’s murderous rampage count as “police brutality” to you? Or is it okay because he got his feelings hurt

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

U referred to him as a superhero, u not only didn’t dismiss him, u upheld him as something to be celebrated @marclamonthill @michellemalkin

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

How about criticizing the former *police officer* named Christopher Dorner for murdering fellow cops? @marclamonthill @michellemalkin

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

I’ll ask again @marclamonthill does Dorner’s murderous rampage count as “police brutality” 2 u? Or is it ok because he got his feelings hurt

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

You didn’t criticize Dorner, you called him a superhero and a modern day Jango, but nice try @marclamonthill

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 13, 2013

Hill has a history of propping up murderers:

Marc Lamont Hill has a long history of defending cop-killers. Big fan of Mumia abu Jamal.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) February 13, 2013

@katiepavlich @michellemalkin // @marclamonthill co-authored The Classroom and the Cell (Third World Press, 2012) with Mumia Abu-Jamal, FWIW

— Matthew Vadum (@vadum) February 13, 2013

Now he’s pathetically attempting to walk back his outrageous remarks:

I love how people are twisting my words on CNN about Christopher Dorner. I’m not condoning his behavior, but there IS another issue here…

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

As I said on @huffpostlive yesterday, the murder of innocent people is inexcusable and abhorrent. But let’s not ignore his powerful words.

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

Dorner, to many, is regarded as a hero because they can feel his pain. They don’t condone his behavior. But they DO understand.

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

Let me say it ONE MORE TIME, I don’t support what Dorner did. But I DO support the public conversation on police terrorism. @michellemalkin

— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) February 13, 2013

You want a public conversation, Dr. Hill? Those with morals are more than willing to give you one:

I wonder if @marclamonthill would say that to the widow of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputy who just had a baby – @katiepavlich

— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) February 13, 2013

.@marclamonthill dude! You understand a man who loses his job and then assassinates an innocent woman & her fiancé?

— Harold Stickeehands (@StickeeNotes) February 13, 2013

@tuleshed @katiepavlich @marclamonthill This is a sick man. I hope Americans know moral and sober black people don’t think of him as a hero.

— Sarah Nelson (@sarahsside) February 13, 2013

This is where the death of right & wrong have us: professor @marclamonthill calls serial killer a ‘real-life superhero.’ #tcot

— Bryan Preston (@texasbryanp) February 13, 2013

@marclamonthill That’s pathetic and misguided and you perpetuate it by offering some sort of disclaimer. Ask the dead men’s family about it

— 1948 HD-panhead (@48HDpanhead) February 13, 2013

@marclamonthill @katiepavlich @michellemalkin Your “exciting” ex cop was the terrorist. Quit while you’re behind.

— RememberBenghazi (@Drathzaar) February 13, 2013

@marclamonthill you know who else feels pain? Every other normal person but we don’t all go on mass killing sprees. Does that make us heros?

— Christopher Boyer (@Chris2222000) February 13, 2013

@marclamonthill @michellemalkin I have to say, Marc, CD is a murderer,ask the child with no father or sister or brother.

— Marti McGuigan (@McGuiganz) February 13, 2013

Well, the shoe fits. RT @marclamonthill Uh oh. @michellemalkin just called me a sicko. Not sure where to go from there…

— Terri Saarten (@terrisarten) February 13, 2013

In a sane society @marclamonthill would never be on a cable news show again. Which of course means @msnbc will prob give him his own show.

— LilMissFishsticks(@LilMissRightie) February 13, 2013

Heaven help us.

@marclamonthill @michellemalkin you are a disgusting human being. You really should be ashamed.

— Alisha (@AlishalovesMesa) February 13, 2013

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/02/13/prof-marc-lamont-hill-dorner-saga-is-like-watching-django-unchained-in-real-life-its-kind-of-exciting/


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