It's the start to a brand new season for holier-than-thou, liberal stalwart Oprah, so you just know that she's going to do all she can to bring in the kind of ratings that'll keep Queen Oprah on the air till her very last breath. And what better way to make sure her Nazi-feminist gang of worshippers stay transfixed by Oprah's gospel than to interview embezzler and husband killer Mary Winkler, the Tennessee woman who just spent 5 months (that's right 5 months) in jail for shooting her minister husband in the back with a shotgun and killing him:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The woman who killed her minister husband with a shotgun can appear on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" after a judge denied a motion for a gag order from her former in-laws, who are fighting to keep custody of her three young daughters.Mind you, Winkler didn't kill her husband in an instance of self-defense, nor was there any record of domestic abuse by the police, family (her 3 daughters ages, 2, 5 and 10 at the time of the murder, couldn't recall any instances of domestic violence in the home) or friends (Winkler's defense team only produced one witness who said she mentioned "some problems" a week or so before the killing). Yet, thanks to a criminal justice system that too often caters to victims rather than criminal perpetrators and radical feminist zealots who've corrupted our government by making women out to be nothing but victims hostage to men, Winkler was able to get away with killing the father of her three kids. And now, adding to the insanity, Winkler's fighting to get her kids back from her husband's parents who now have custody of the children and want to adopt them.
Mary Winkler was convicted in April of voluntary manslaughter after she shot and killed her husband Matthew, a Church of Christ minister, in their Tennessee parsonage last year.
His parents argued that discussing the case on national television would harm the children. She served five months in jail, followed by two months in a mental health treatment facility.
Part of Mary Winkler's "Oprah" interview, scheduled to air Wednesday, has already been taped.
Must be a thrilling experience to be alive and able to contest custody. No doubt Winkler will use the same tactics she used in court on Oprah--playing the "victim-of-domestic-violence" card to garner sympathy from Oprah's gang of idiots. And since Oprah hates men so much, you just know that in the back of her mind she's just hoping that this interview will inspire a future Mary Winkler to take out her husband the next time he gets out of line or worse, shows up late for dinner. Of course, it'd be nice to know how Winkler's husband feels about all this attention his wife's getting, but oh yeah, he's dead.
As far as I'm concerned Winkler gave up all "parental" rights when she murdered her husband.