Following the recall election and defeat of two pro-gun control State Senators in Colorado, Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz attributed the losses to "voter suppression, pure and simple."
In response, Robert Knight asserted that the Democrats were whiny losers.
"They used to say that if you just disagreed with President Obama or the Democrats, you were a racist," Knight claimed. "Now if you win an election against them, you're committing minority voter suppression. The rhetoric is getting increasingly shrill. They have no argument."
And if anyone knows anything about shrill rhetoric with no actual argument behind it, it's Robert Knight. Knight had previously received mention in this column in June for claiming that Satan was behind everything from gay marriage equality and Obamacare to universal preschool.
With a claim like that to his name, it should also be no surprise that, when the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, Knight was one of the many religious authoritarians who responded to the decision with squealing temper tantrums.
Knight went on to claim (laughably) that the "anti-gun lobby" had outspent the gun lobby six to one, and that the recall effort came down to the people of Colorado against "gun-grabbing zealots."
Americans, he concludes, "will always rise above politics to defend the Constitution."
Yet he squealed like a pig when the Supreme Court defended the Constitution.