An attack on the right?
A stranger in the madding crowd tossed a water bottle (a missive according to Juliet Huddy at Fox) while Pop Idol Justin Bieber was prancing about the stage performing one of his hit tunes in Sacramento - and for the most part - delighting die-hard fans.
Although the incident occurred months ago, a just-released video of the shocking assault on the teen, just began circulating the media.
The air-born projectile soared over the heads of excited fans and ended up glancing the side of Bieber's head.
"OW" - the embarrassed Bieb (his nick-name to the ubiquitous paparazzi)) squealed in surprise as he basically kept his cool.
As fans shook their heads in disbelief, the Pop Idol uttered up a polite response.
"That wasn/t very nice," he lamented to the coward hiding in his midst.
Initially, it was difficult to fathom why a paid ticket-holder would attend a concert - then proceed to launch an attack - in one nervy moment out-front when the opportunity presented itself.
Julet Huddy, a Fox respondent, figureed it out right from the get-go.
"It was an attack on the right," she asserted without cracking a smile.
"He's just a kid - from Canada - originally," she continued earnestly.
"But, it was because he representated the right, nonetheless."
My instinct tells me it was something more teen-oriented than that.
In my estimation, some pimply-faced outcast in the crowd, was holding a grudge against sexy mop-head Bieber.
Just maybe, a pretty babe was pining for Bieber - instead of the loser - so he struck out at the object of her affection.
Then again, maybe some cocky dude - with a fu**ked-up attitude - was envious of Bieber's success (so he lobbed the bottle at the Pop Star to embarrass and humiliate him in front of his adoring fans.
A closet fag - full of self-loathing - was tormented by the fact he might succumb to his inner-most latent homo tenencies (and fall for the heartthrob).
So, he engaged in some red-neck bravado to establish to his drinking-buddiesin tow, that he was a gung-ho dude who wasm't queer!
The aforementioned conjectures are certainly more plausible theories than the insane one put forth by demented Juliet Huddy!
An attack on the right?
Juliet Huddy is obviously a frigid bit** - who happens to be looney tunes, as well.
Bill O'Reilly obviously invited her to offer up her rant because the show needs a good hoot now and then.
For sure, the ratings must have gone thoogh the roof, when it was broadcast that the video would be broadcast on Factor.
Will there never be an end to the media whores populating the terain in a deceitful effort to meet their outrageous agendas?
Inquiring minds are chompling at the bit to know.