Time and again we learn how intolerant liberals are of others—but this one drives a stake into the hateful left once and for all.
They preach diversity and acceptance, unless of course you are conservative. They pretend to love minorities, women, and homosexuals—unless individual ones support right-leaning causes.
In the wake of President Trump’s victory, we have seen shocking behavior from the left. They have protested our free and open democracy. They have rioted over speakers at colleges. They have made death threats and vandalized buildings.
They have proven that their party is one of hate and evil. They do not stand for American values like freedom of speech. They’d rather force us to follow their views, or pay the consequences.
Now where have we heard that before?
Perhaps worse of the bunch are liberal college professors. They hold to the most radical, liberal views, and force them onto young students. They are often behind the most violent, dangerous backlashes.
So it comes as no surprise that one of them just suggested a firing line for those who disagree with him.
From The Daily Wire:
Campus Reform is reporting that John Griffin, a professor from the Art Institute of Washington, called for Republicans to be “lined up and shot” for voting to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA) in the House of Representatives.
One might think it was hyperbolic — not so, according to Griffin (image courtesy of Campus Reform):
“They should be lined up and shot. That’s not hyperbole; blood is on their hands.”
Of course when word got around that he advocated murder, he tried to explain away the earlier post. He claimed that he was just expressing the fear that many felt right now.
Griffin apologized for his “language,” but nowhere in his amended Facebook post is an apology for saying House Republicans should be “lined up and shot.” He could have easily said: “I don’t really believe Republicans should be killed. I apologize for that as well.”
And, like many other liberals, he complained that the GOP bill removed pre-existing conditions. Which is another lie.
Additionally, as The Week notes, the AHCA would cover pre-existing conditions:
Rules pertaining to pre-existing conditions have been a major point of critique for the House version of the AHCA, which may yet be substantially altered by the Senate.
But, as The Washington Post explained in a fact-check piece Saturday, [Speaker] Ryan is correct: The AHCA allows states to seek a waiver so that a person who lives in one of those states who “has a lapse in health coverage for longer than 63 days; has a pre-existing condition; and purchases insurance on the individual or small-group market” can “face insurance rates that could be based on their individual condition, for one year.”
So Griffin’s excuses for his violent, hateful post are completely unfounded. He simply wanted to express his true feelings towards conservatives.
That’s pretty common for liberals. If you don’t agree with them, they attack. They can’t respectfully acknowledge your differences. They have to lash out in hate and violence.
No wonder they continue to lose.
Source: The Daily Wire