Are we at a breaking point here in the United States? The animosity with which our politics take flight in 2019 has been unfathomable, worrisome, and downright degrading…and there is no end in sight.
We seem to take any and every opportunity to blame the “other team” for the woes of our modern world. We are divided, constantly and consistently by the mainstream media because, after it’s all said and done, they make more money when there is more conflict in the world. They goad us for no reason other than to keep us glued to the television, selling exorbitantly priced slots in the commercial breaks in order to make a buck.
We are being pushed ever further into the abyss today, with one former mainstream figurehead using extremist language to call for violence against the team in the White House.
In a weekend tweet commenting on the twin mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Conway wrote, “Working as one to understand depraved evil & to eradicate hate is everyone’s duty.”
From his verified account, Aslan responded with a tweet that said, “You are ‘the depraved evil’ we need to eradicate.”
When he was called out for demanding the eradication of another human being, Aslan changed the subject.
“So then when @KellyannePolls said we need to ‘eradicate’ this evil she meant shoot it in the face? She was threatening the El Paso shooter? We are all so f**king fed up with you racist GOPers and your bad faith bulls**t.”
Aslan joins several other members of the liberal left who have resorted to verbose profanity in order to demonstrate their desperation.
The use of the word eradicate is not only suggestive, but dehumanizing as well, with Aslan suggesting that Conway is little more than a pest, nuisance, or infestation, and it is precisely the same sort of language that the left was decrying Donald Trump for using in reference to Baltimore just days ago.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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