Guess what is trending on Twitter? And guess what Twitter’s reaction is

Guess what is trending on Twitter? And guess what Twitter’s reaction is

The Left has crossed another line. It is now perfectly acceptable to suggest or to wish for the assassination of the President of the United States.

Sure, it may earn the suggester/wisher a visit from the Secret Service, but so what? Everyone knows nothing will come of that. These cretins can do whatever they want. Criticizing them, or God forbid, trying to prevent their murderous language would be xenophobic, racist, sexist, politically incorrect, and a host of other –isms and phobias. And we can’t have that!

Check out what is trending on Twitter right now:

And here is the amazing part: Twitter is perfectly on board with it! Rather than delete the posts and the poster for using hate speech or violating community standards, Twitter, a leader of leftist theology itself, believes it is fine.

The impetus for this trend can be traced back to Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal, who is enjoying her 15 minutes of Warholian fame (infamy?) for having posted on Facebook her wish that President Trump would be assassinated. When patriots shared their disgust that an elected official would put a fantasy of this type in words and urged ChappelleNadal, she doubled down.

I wonder if any action would be taken if liberals paraded up and down Pennsylvania Avenue carrying sniper rifles. Would this act be judged as free speech? There is a “no firearms” law in our nation’s capital, but that seems to apply only to conservatives.

Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison is an ex-Army officer and stone-cold patriot on a mission to restore strict obedience to the U.S. Constitution. He is editor of the blog Powdered Wig Society.

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