People are free to blow their own credibility, over and over if they choose. They can look the fool freely and often if their focus in life is considered ridiculous by everyone else.
But if you’re conservative, it’s never the fault of your own ideas and wacky behavior. And your fellow right wing supporters are right there to help bend that funhouse mirror even further out of shape.
Fringe pundit Dinesh D’Souza has been circling out in the ether for years, with mind draining books like; Illiberal Education, Ronald Reagan: How An Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Leader, The Enemy At Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11, The Roots of Obama's Rage, Obama's America: Unmaking the American Dream.
So it’s not a big surprise to see D’Souza blaming others for his own lack of credibility and bad box office weekend for his second cinematic hallucination, "America." Big surprise, Google search turned up everything with "America" in title:
Bloomberg: Conservative pundit Dinesh D’Souza latest documentary, "America," opened in theaters around the nation, and pulled in $2.7 million on its opening weekend … Who might be to blame for the sluggish turnout? Maybe, possibly, perhaps … Google. Lawyers representing D’Souza’s film sent a letter this week to Google, according to the Hollywood Reporter, in which they demanded clarification of confusing search results about where and when the movie is playing. “…demands that Google disclose ‘whether human or automated error was the source’ of the alleged mistakes and asks ‘what measures have been taken to fix the problem.’”We need to stop responding to the lunatic rantings of the blame shifting right, who just can't believe no one is taking them seriously anymore.