Thursday, July 5, 2012

The Michael Savage Newsletter - SF Law & Disorder

Law and order don't always mean the same to all people, and in particular to the city of San Francisco. California's city by the bay has a set of laws for some people, but not for all. Michael Savage explains more in this latest newsletter...

In this issue: Ten days after the story first broke, Bay Area resident Michael Savage wonders why a one-time hero of the San Francisco gay community still hasn't been charged, after child pornography was reportedly found on his computer.

"Here in the San Francisco area, we have the greatest weather on the planet," Savage explained to listeners, "which is the only reason I put up with the psychosis of the Bay Area."

He added:

There's a shocking case out here that's being hushed up.

The San Francisco District Attorney has yet to file charges against Larry Brinkin, who was arrested last week on suspicion of possessing child pornography.

Now this guy, Larry Brinkin, was a big shot on the Human Rights Commission and in the gay community. He was a well-respected member of the gay and immigrant communities. He spoke their language.

In fact, the Board of Supervisors even declared the first week of February as "Larry Brinkin Week."

So his arrest shocked the San Francisco "community" -- as if there's such a thing as a "community." That's another word for a few hundred radical psychotic agitators.

Meanwhile, my community, the Michael Savage community, doesn't exist. The community of working families doesn't exist.

But the question is, why is Larry Brinkin still walking the streets?

My producer called the D.A.'s office today, and again we heard the usual party line from the Communist central office, which is that they're still examining the computers. The FBI is non-existent on this case.

Can I ask you something?

If a conservative was found with child pornography on their computer, do you think they would still be walking the streets 10 days later?