Yesterday, it was the liberal masses that were wishing death to Republicans and presumably anyone who voted for a Republican in the midterms, regardless of whether he was a white male, a woman (45% of whom voted Republican), Hispanic (34% for GOP), black (9%), or Asian (48%).
Today, it is a lib “celebrity” in the person of actress Ellen Barkin and a look back to the 2012 elections, which suggest that what is new (viz., a loathing for those who disagree with your political views that is so intense that you pray that a tropical storm will carry them out to sea) is old:
Which prompted this reaction:
— Stone Kidman (@KidmanMakino) August 26, 2012
HighwayStarrrr’s point is well-taken so long as you replace the word racist — a kneejerk liberal catchall for all sins of the flesh — with something more apt (think: ugly or mean-spirited). Barkin has gotten two years older since her illiberal post but clearly no wiser:
Can’t you people disagree without getting ugly.
— Ellen Barkin (@EllenBarkin) November 1, 2014