This morning we pray for Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, her family, and the other victims of the heinous violence in Arizona.It should not be, but the media, under the guise of "a full exposition" of the evil in Arizona, is back to subtly and not so subtly pinning the blame for the attempted assassination of the Congresswoman and the related shootings on the tea party movement, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, me, you, and everyone right of center.Let's be crystal clear: this is the supposedly objective news media doing this, not the openly, partisan left, though it is fueling the media witch hunt. And from what we now know, it is not just media malpractice, but a lie.Ironically, by perpetuating the lie — by even treating it as a legitimate topic of consideration to revisit the accusations of violence and hate the media tried to run with prior to the November election — that the right and the tea party incited this evil act, the left and media may very well incite violence against the right.Today, the Sunday Shows will all be from Arizona. There will, I have no doubt, be many of them wanting to know if "rhetoric" and "tea parties" and "opposition to Barack Obama" did this.They will also bring up, as they did yesterday, Sarah Palin putting Gabrielle Giffords on her target list for defeat with a rifle scope symbol over her district.Here is what will either not be brought up, or if brought up, will only be mentioned in passing.Markos Moulitsas of the Daily Kos, the largest left-wing community online, put Gabrielle Giffords on a target list with a bullseye. Just as Sarah Palin removed her post, Markos has removed his.Another Daily Kos writer, just the other day, penned a post saying Congresswoman Giffords was dead to him.But then there is the real culprit — the shooter himself.A friend of the shooter's described the shooter as decidedly "left-wing" as recently as 2007.On YouTube, he flagged as a favorite video one of a person dressed as a terrorist burning the American flag. Only a lunatic or a leftist would do that.His favorite work was not a Glenn Beck book, but a staple of every left-wing bookshelf, the Communist Manifesto.In the Communist Manifesto, there are numerous, frequent calls for violence against the bourgeoisies. Left-wing cartoonist Ted Rall's most recent book calls for a violent response from the left against the right.Barack Obama himself told left-wing activists, "If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun."The point of all of this is not to blame Ted Rall, Mr. Obama, Media Matters, MSNBC, any other particular person or group on the left, or the left in general. It is also not to say in any way, shape, or form that the guy is of the left. If, however, we take the evidence as presented and not as the media and left would have it presented, the shooter very clearly is not of the right.More precisely, the shooter is neither left-wing nor right-wing. He is crazy and evil — a word not used enough. The guy is very clearly not of the tea party movement, not a Dittohead, not led by Sarah Palin, me, or anyone else on the right.But the media, at least as of this morning and its accumulated coverage so far on this matter, could not care less. The media is intent on yet again exploring right-wing rhetoric and tea party hate. Left-wingers yesterday were falling all over themselves to blame everyone on the right for the horrific shooting.The media today, as it begins more expansive reporting, will not let the facts get in the way of making the right, yet again, responsible for violence it neither incited nor enabled. In the process, the media's credibility will continue to shrink.By the way, as an exit thought, the tea party movement won in November. Winners don't go on shooting sprees.