I Remember Why I Don’t Like Mashable That Much

Mark “Rizzn” Hopkins of Mashable gives us another peek into his proto-fascist leanings with a breathless article about the LEFTIST MOB THAT ATTACKED POOR MICHELLE MALKIN in Denver.

Only she wasn’t attacked. In fact, she walked calmly away from the crazy loons who were trying to levitate a building. And nobody got arrested, which, if you’ve been following the news out of Denver, is a minor miracle, given the number of Men In Black surrounding every event and gathering.

For that matter, to describe Alex Jones is a leftist is sort of like describing Lyndon LaRouche as a rightist – maybe technically correct, according to the prevailing single-axis theory of politics, but it doesn’t provide any meaning. What Hopkins is trying to do, as you of course can guess, is to pin the despicable behavior on the entire Left – and the Democratic Party. It’s an old fascist trick, since at least the 1930’s.

He doesn’t bother to cover the much bigger news out of Denver – what turned out to be an assassination wish, if not an actual threat… no, no, that would be too pedestrian and unsurprising. After all, which down-on-his-luck white supremacist drug addict WOULDN’T want to get stoned and take potshots at Barack Obama from 750 yards?

Further, I imagine “Rizzn”‘s internal dreamscape is cluttered with Malkin clones, all in various stages of seductive undress, gesturing thither-come-yon; so the impulse to write a blog post about her is probably as natural for him as checking the weather. I’m assuming Hopkins is white, by the way.

My advice? Skip the facist honking and turn your attention on the tubes to something more meaningful, like that guy who does a bang-up imitation of Britney Spears.

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4 Responses to “I Remember Why I Don’t Like Mashable That Much”


  1. 1 Mark 'Rizzn' Hopkins August 26, 2008 at 8:09 pm

    Brilliant reasoning. At least I stick to facts, instead of personal attacks.

  2. 2 Anthony Stevens August 26, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    Facts?

    Paraphrasing Inigo Montoya:

    “You keep using that word….’facts’….I do not think it means what you think it means.”

  3. 3 amnesiac August 31, 2008 at 11:38 am

    This is the same Mark Rizzn Hopkins who offered free podcast hosting in 2005, but then decided to hijack Violet Blue’s account and put his own content in it when, in his infinite wisdom, decided it was indecent.


  1. 1 “Rizzn” Eats My Lunch! « The Pursuit of a Life Trackback on August 28, 2008 at 6:36 pm

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