Che is still very dead, Fred

Today marks the anniversary of the death of one of Cuba’s (a foreigner, to boot) bloodiest murderers, Che Guevara. And the MSM and leftists worlwide are participating in one big circle jerk to “commemorate” the very dead a-hole.

Where are the commemorations for his victims?

Where are the news articles about the widows and orphans he caused?

I’m shocked to see the San Francisco Chronicle of all newspapers publish an article titled “Bolivia marks capture, execution of ‘Che’ Guevara 40 years ago” and starting out like this:

Gary Prado, the former Bolivian soldier who captured Ernesto “Che” Guevara, is angry the renowned Argentine revolutionary still has legions of fans four decades later.

“There was nothing of the heroic guerrilla about him,” Prado, 68, said at his home here. “The attention Che Guevara has received is totally disproportionate to his reality.”

Indeed, too bad his sycophants didn’t get to taste some of Che’s reality. They might be singing a different tune today.