Harry Belafonte, Danny Glover, Cornel West and others visited Hugo Chavez Saturday. Belafonte later appeared on a TV and radio broadcast with Chavez and proclaimed George Bush "the greatest tyrant in the world, the greatest terrorist in the world . . . " Which of course explains why, when Belafonte returned to the U.S., he was imprisoned and tortured to death for criticizing the Great Leader.
"Unhinged" doesn't begin to cover it. I'd love to lock Belafonte in a room for an hour with some survivors of the torture rooms and prison camps of North Korea, Pol Pot's Cambodia, Mao's China, Stalin's Russia or Hitler's Germany -- just to name a few possibilities -- or with some real terrorists. It's evil to trivialize evil, and that's precisely what words like Belafonte's do.
More on Belafonte's long history of useful idiocy at Michelle Malkin's.