According to ABC’s Christiane Amanpour, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy is “eerily relevant” to the attempted killing of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords less than two weeks ago. Talking to President Kennedy’s sister on Thursday’s Nightline, she wondered if the “political atmosphere” between the two acts of violence was the same.
Amanpour, the host of This Week, was highlighting the 50th anniversary of JFK’s inaugural address and offered the standard liberal praise for Kennedy, asserting that his “face still has a powerful grip on the American psyche.” Interviewing Jean Kennedy Smith, the journalist connected, “It’s an episode eerily relevant today in the wake of the assassination attempt against Gabrielle Giffords less than two weeks ago.”
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Like many other journalists, Amanpour indicated that even if gunman Jared Loughner wasn’t motivated by politics, a connection could still be made: “A congresswoman was targeted.
That’s just messed up.
These leftists just won’t quit.
Via Breitbart TV: