The crude and uncouth “resistance” to President Trump has brought out the worst in many Americans, including a number of liberals who attack the mere visage of the Commander in Chief.
We have seen everything from the mundane, “Trump is Hitler” propaganda at every Antifa rally, all the way up to the actions of Bernie Sanders’ Campaign staffer James T. Hodgkinson opening fire on a baseball field full of republican congressmen before being killed by Capitol Police. These attacks on the President and his conservative allies have been multiplying in society due to the unkempt rage of the radical left who not only refuses to condemn such actions, but who also employ advocates of such behavior.
While a great many instances of anti-Presidential hate go on unfettered by the once-present decorum of the democrats, there are times in which we find ourselves chuckling at a bit of karma coming back to bite members of the “resistance”.
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“According to the White House pool reporter on duty that day, Trump had been on his way back to Washington, DC, after spending some time at the Trump National Golf Club.
“’POTUS’s motorcade departed the Trump National Golf Club at 3:12 p.m., passing two pedestrians, one of whom gave a thumbs-down sign. Then it overtook a female cyclist, wearing a white top and cycling helmet, who responded by giving the middle finger,’ the pool report said.
“Someone took notice of Briskman’s gesture and posted a photo of it to social media. The photo soon went viral, and she decided to give human resources at her company a heads up October 30 that she was the person in the photo.
“Briskman’s bosses at Akima LLC called her into their office the next day and decided to tell her the bad news.
“’They said, “We’re separating from you,”‘ Briskman told HuffPost when asked about the firing. ‘Basically, you cannot have “lewd” or “obscene” things in your social media. So they were calling flipping him off “obscene.”‘”
Briskman’s childish gesture exemplifies the entire ethos of the egregious liberal mindset in Trump’s America, where anything that could be done to disparage our President should be done.
This is, of course, an absurd way to consider changing the world around you and creating a constructive dialogue with which to govern our nation. This wholesale hatred, and the hatred that it also begets, will long be on the mind of Americans as the radical left’s violent push for a New Civil War continues.