Hindenburg Moment: Wisconsin “Crying Man” Calls Radio Show, Further Humiliation Ensues

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 at 5:42 pm

America’s laughingstock wasn’t content with the viral video of him crying on national television. He compounded his misery by calling a Wisconsin radio host the next day, with predictable results.

Mike, a left-wing Madison protester, appeared on CNN. With great emotion, he announced to all Americans that the left’s failure to recall Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker means that “democracy is dead.” Quickly dubbed the “Crying Man,” he achieved world-wide fame as the video went viral. He was widely mocked. For example, Glenn Beck opined that he sounded like the same guy who covered live the 1937 crashing and burning of the Hindenburg. The next day, the “Crying Man” called conservative Wisconsin talk radio host Vicki McKenna to defend himself. The result, as Vicki observed, is “priceless.”

Savor his tears.

Via Instapundit.


3 Responses to “Hindenburg Moment: Wisconsin “Crying Man” Calls Radio Show, Further Humiliation Ensues”

  1. Zeek on 13/13/12 at 10:07 am

    He has the hat, the command of the facts, and the psychoses. If Mike can put on about 500 pounds, he’s the new Michael Moore.

  2. Blue Hen on 13/13/12 at 10:35 am

    I strongly protest the comparison. The man doing the radio broadcast had this going for him:
    1. He was a professional.
    2. He was there to describe what should have been a happy, momentous occasion (the docking of the Hindenburg).
    3. He saw, heard and smelled all that happened.
    4. he managed to keep broadcasting despite what he witnessed.

    Our friend in the red cap can best be summarized as a stupid, whiny bitch.