On Tuesday, former President George H. W. Bush joined Twitter and issued his first tweet. Predictably, liberal hatemongers responded with vile, profane tweets wishing death on the former president while advocating conspiracy theories, Twitchy reported Wednesday.
“Barbara and I wish we could have joined the U.S. delegation honoring President Mandela today. He, and his countrymen, are in our prayers,” the elder Bush tweeted.
Many welcomed Bush to the social media site, but liberals instantly went on the attack.
“You dirty no good son of a b***h,” one person tweeted, adding a picture calling Bush’s son a war criminal.
“Last December, as the 41st president was hospitalized in the ICU, Twitchy collected tweets from dozens of degenerates who couldn’t wait for him to die. Now that he’s well enough to dip his crazy-sock covered toes in the Twitter pool, the death-wishers and hate-hurlers are at it again,” the Twitchy staff said.
“I wish you would just die already,” one person said.
“[T]he day you die will be almost as great as the day Mandela was born,” another person added.
A number of hatemongers issued sexually-charged tweets so vile we cannot quote them here. One person, for example, said he wanted to have sex with Bush’s granddaughters.
Others called him a murderer and a terrorist.
Some also asked Bush about the JFK assassination.
“Come clean on your involvement in the JFK assassination. Prescott/Union Bank. George H.W./JFK. George W./9-11. All criminals,” another person tweeted.
“[W]hy do you deny being in the CIA in the 60s? Why did you try to finger James Parrot when u know who really killed JFK? U Nazi (sic),” added “Art Breech Orr.”
Liberal hate on Twitter is nothing new, as we have reported here numerous times. Over the last three years, liberals have called for several prominent conservatives to be murdered, while some have used the site to issue death threats.
On Monday, for example, liberal hatemongers expressed a desire to see Sarah Palin murdered on her new outdoor program.
True to form, liberals prove those assertions correct on just about any given day.