On Thursday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it would investigate the death of Cecil the Lion, an animal killed by Dr. Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota. The regime, however, parroted Planned Parenthood talking points, telling reporters the abortion provider did nothing wrong because, well, Planned Parenthood said so.
So now we have an incident where Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) was heckled by leftists while participating in the time-honored tradition of grabbing a cheesesteak in Philadelphia on Tuesday. But as the Business Insider noted, the hecklers did much more than just, well, heckle. They showed their true juvenile, childish nature with some of the signs they were holding:
Responding to the tragic theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, Luke O’Neil, a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in the Boston Globe, Slate and other publications, issued a tweet Friday saying it would be “funny” to see “all” supporters of gun rights “shot dead.” The tweet was deleted, but not before being captured by Twitchy and other publications.
“I would never personally harm anyone or instruct anyone else to do so,” he said in the now-deleted tweet. “I just think it would be funny if all gun rights people got shot dead.”
What she found so shocking was the fact that a six-year-old girl standing outside a clinic with her dad actually opposes abortion. She was so horrified that she just had to tweet a link to a picture of it:
Gee, who didn’t see this coming? As we all know, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced his bid for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, prompting the entire liberal hate machine to go into overdrive.
Now comes Sara Goldrick-Rab, a professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin, to tell us that there are so many similarities between Walker and German dictator Adolf Hitler.
Recently, Bristol Palin, the daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, announced that she is pregnant with a second child. Naturally, that prompted the liberal hate machine to come slithering out of the woodwork.
This Friday, Bill Maher went after her in his usual fashion, saying Palin “can see Russia from her bed.” Here’s video of that:
In short, the left got what it wanted. Naturally, that’s not enough for the perpetual outrage machine which continued to whine and gripe and moan on Twitter.
Among those not happy with Haley was Joan Walsh, who used the presser to attack the GOP governor:
They did the unthinkable, and publicly posted a message not approved by what many are now calling the “Gaystapo.” That message was in the form of a sign that read: “The sanctity of marriage is under attack. Let’s keep marriage between a man and a woman.” For this, the business owners were targeted with threats and ultimately gave the couple their money back.
It seems liberals aren’t too happy with Ben Carson, who recently said that being gay is a choice. Gay sex columnist Dan Savage, well-known for his inflammatory rhetoric, demanded the neurosurgeon and potential GOP candidate for president perform oral sex on him.
Seriously. Here’s his tweet:
Liberals can always be counted upon to spew hate. As I’ve said time and again, liberalism is an ideology of rage and hate. So it’s no surprise to learn that liberals responded to Sen. Joni Ernst’s response to Barack Obama’s State of the Union with their trademark hatred.
Predictably, hosts at the far-left wing MSNBC led the charge.
Here’s just a bit of what they had to say: