The man behind the Keurig attack on Hannity, Media Matters’ Angelo Carusone (picture in the story below) really ought to watch throwing stones at others. Or in Hannity’s case, coffee beans.
He’s been behind the campaign of Stop Rush, Stop Beck and Dump Trump projects of Soros funded Media Matters. But evidently, he’s not the compassionate, sensitive soul he expects others to be.
In October 2014, Daily Caller writer Patrick Howley found a lot of quotes from him that don’t make him look so nice.
“Question: What do Robert Downey Jr. and a random Banladeshi [sic] businessman have in common? Answer: They both love transvestites,” Carusone wrote in a Nov. 14, 2005 post entitled “Tranny Paradise,” his response to an article about a transvestite gang in Thailand. Carusone objected to the article’s description of transvestites as “attractive” and made racist remarks about Bangladeshi men.
“Uhhh. Did you notice the word attractive? What the f–k is that doing in there? Is the write[r] a tranny lover too? Or, perhaps he’s trying to justify how these trannies tricked this Bangladeshi in the first place? Look man, we don’t need to know whether or not they were attractive. The fucking guy was Bangladeshi. And while we’re out, what the hell was he doing with $7,300 worth of stuff. The guy’s Banladeshi!” Carusone wrote.
“Shouldn’t the police officer give at least some details. Such as: stay away from tranny bars, stay away from placese where Eddie Murphy and Robert Downey Jr. have/are visiting, don’t fucking kiss a transvestite, don’t bring a group of transvestites back to your room, etc…,” Carusone added.
In another Oct. 20, 2005 post, Carusone made an anti-Semitic remark.
“Thanks to my adorable boyfriend (come on, despite his jewry, you KNOW he’s adorable), my interest in Comedy Central’s hit TV show South Park has begun to pick up (again),” Carusone wrote.
On Nov. 18, 2005, Carusone turned his criticism toward “ugly” gays and female bartenders.
“Wednesday night I hit up the club 2686, formerly known as Luxe and for some odd reason still referred to by homos as Luxe,” Carusone wrote. “I went with my good friend Mike, who’s quite the badboy/notorious homo, although despite his omnipresence, he manages to live a reasonably drama free life. It’s almost shocking…”
Caursone’s “reasons not to go” to the club included “Bartenders are not attractive (*gasp* they even have some female bartenders)” and “Long Island gays are primarily ugly, except for a select few.”
Carusone also mentioned his onetime Republican Party leanings in archived blog material, transcripts of which were reviewed by TheDC, and praised Condoleezza Rice as “sassy, smart, and I like her politics” and Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia (a target of Carusone’s post-Media Matters hiring criticism) as “brilliant.”
Carusone sounded more like a future Media Matters employee when he called Dick Cheney “evil” or wrote, “I am infatuated with the power, politics, prestige and personal elements of The Presidency. A position which I will lust after my life and never obtain; it will forever tease me.”
So when you can’t compete, you just throw trash at others. What a guy!