Democrats and their ilk are becoming absolutely outrageous in the things they feel it is acceptable to post on social media. Yet they continue to have the freedoms to do so while Conservatives and Republicans are banned daily for merely having a political opinion. The latest outlining of Democratic-privilege happened on Twitter and revolves around what many would rightfully take as a death wish towards some top GOP members.
A photo posted by President Trump on Instagram that shows him with Vice President Mike Pence, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in a happy thumbs up moment of celebration for the passing of the new tax cut bill. Nothing wrong with that right? Well, a few former Obama administration lackeys thought otherwise and decided to make a mockery of the very laws they are suppose to uphold in the careers they have chosen.
Former Obama aid, Dan Pfeiffer, starts off the lunacy by outlining his wish for the President to be indicted, and Ben Rhodes follow it up with his wish to see the photo used for the obituaries of the three men surrounding Trump in the photo. Following the pairs outright foul mental fantasies, Dan Bongino and Rep Steve Scalise fire back in epic fashion.
According to the Gateway Pundit :
As previously reported, former Obama administration National Security Council official Ben Rhodes posted a death wish for top GOP officials to his Twitter account in a midnight tweet.
TGP’s Kristinn Taylor reported, Rhodes was commenting on a photo from President Donald Trump’s Instagram account that was re-posted by fellow Obama admin alum Dan Pfeiffer of a photo showing a happy, thumbs-up gathering of Vice President Mike Pence, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) standing next to a seated President Trump in the Oval Office as they celebrated the passage of the Republican tax cut bill.
I hope this is the photo they use on the front page of the Times on the day Trump is indicted pic.twitter.com/mifuyBk6YY
— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) December 21, 2017
Rhodes quickly replied to Pfeiffer, “And alongside the obits for Ryan, McConnell, and Pence”
And alongside the obits for Ryan, McConnell, and Pence https://t.co/fOrm1JZwpu
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) December 21, 2017
Former Secret Service agent, Dan Bongino was disgusted by Ben Rhodes’ death wish and called him a violent psychopath who puts every Secret Service agent in danger.
“This guy is a violent psychopath who puts every Secret Service agent and federal protection officer in danger with his violent rhetoric. This man is a disgrace to the country, his family, his friends, and anyone else claiming his sorry soul. An embarrassment in every respect,” Bongino said.
This guy is a violent psychopath who puts every Secret Service agent and federal protection officer in danger with his violent rhetoric. This man is a disgrace to the country, his family, his friends, and anyone else claiming his sorry soul. An embarrassment in every respect. https://t.co/GaGIRHPHqf
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) December 21, 2017
What makes the end of this social media banter so epic is the response from none other than Rep Steve Scalise who was almost killed early this year by a deranged terrorist himself.
You may want to reconsider your rhetoric. https://t.co/VQVWej6n00
— Rep. Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) December 21, 2017
Keep in mind, Ben Rhodes is a Government official and aid to the former Obama Administration as well as Obama himself, not some left-wing social justice warrior. Imagine for just a moment if that was one of the Republicans who currently have any connection to Trump saying something that horrible about any of the Democrats. The secret service would be all over it, and liberals would have protests in the streets!
Bongino is right. Liberals always seem to come out as extremely violent psychopaths, and they are a very real danger to all of our freedoms. Ben Rhodes should be visited by the Secret Service and banned from Twitter like any conservative would be if they had said something even remotely like what Rhodes stated.
Insanity is rampant and needs to be stopped before it leaves social media pages and starts actually coming out into the streets.
H/T [ Gateway Pundit ,