In Baltimore, a Department of Public Works Employee displayed how the left embraces censorship and vandalism all in one outburst. Adding to the mix is the local newpaper showing how the media defends such bad behavior when they agree with the act.
The employee, Robert Murrow, in a pathetic bid at humor, described a paint attack on a Rush Limbaugh billboard by saying, "It looks like they took globs of paint and threw it on his face. It looks great. It did my heart good."
This article in the Baltimore Sun attempts to pass it off as some kind of faux pas, a gaffe they call it. Yet, there is no social blunder here. This is a public employee taking glee in the destruction of someone's property because they differ politically. The newspaper, however, would pass this off as a harmless little quip since it was not one of their precious icons that was offended.
Murrow needs to be disciplined and as for the newspaper, hopefully cancelled subscriptions will take their toll.