Arianna Huffington Did Not Say Marco Rubio Looked Like "A Central American Dictator"
Here's the tweet Arianna, conservative-turned-liberal political commentator and propriety of The Huffington Post, issued in the early hours of November 3. Huffington was apparently referring to Rubio's acceptance speech at the Biltmore Hotel during which the stage was in no shortage of American and Floridian flags.
For once, we're going to have to agree with, oh boy, Andrew Breitbart.
"Of course the mainstream media will fail to notice that this is a racist comment, which is no less racist than if a Republican compared Obama to Idi Amin," he writes over at Big Hollywood.
Huffington issues a clarification directed at Breitbart.
Here's the question Huffington really needs to answer: Was she passing on the quote because she thought it was funny or was she just highlighting a potentially inflammatory quote about Rubio from a former GOP insider for semi-journalistic purposes.
Let's not forget, Sarah Palin is in yet another one of her mini-scandals for favoriting a racist Tweet about President Obama.