(Natural News) As is increasingly the case these days, those who share an ideologically symbiotic relationship with the American Marxism Party, formerly known as Democrats, show what truly disgusting people they can be when the country suffers a crisis.
Most of are attempting to come together to comfort those who need it following the most recent school shooting in Florida, while simultaneously attempting to find a real solution to the epidemic of school shootings.
But others are using the horrific incident to push their personal political views or as another opportunity to say something outrageous because, obviously, no one has taught them how a civil society ought to behave when its citizens are grieving.
Take the case of one Andrew Pollack, a father whose daughter was among the 17 students and faculty killed in the Florida school massacre. He was trashed on the social sewer known as Twitter because he’s a supporter of President Donald J. Trump.
— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) February 15, 2018
“I don’t feel sorry for him and f**k trump,” one person tweeted.
“Maybe he should have thought twice before voting for #TerroristTrump,” tweeted another.
“He’s Pro-Trump which means he supports the guy who is responsible for the death of his child!!” said yet another.
Trump is responsible for the shooting. Trump is the terrorist. Not the admitted shooter Nikolas Cruz. No. It’s Trump’s fault. (Related: Never forget, it’s the Democratic Party that’s been waging a “war on women,” not the Trump administration.)
Left-wing journalist: Abortion is the answer! (Huh?)
It gets worse if you can believe it. Following the shooting Rebecca Griffin, a Left-wing kookwho’s been a model, TV presenter, and sports reporter, decided she’d leave her decency and conscience in a box for the day and made a nasty, manipulative statement regarding the shootings…in making the case for abortion (Cruz was reportedly adopted as a child).
“Woman puts baby up for adoption, he grows up to be a violent young man who will spend the rest of his life in prison for a mass murder. Tell me more about how abortions are wrong,” she wrote.
Woman puts baby up for adoption, he grows up to be a violent young man who will spend the rest of his life in prison for a mass murder. Tell me more about how abortions are wrong. #Florida #ParklandSchoolShooting
— Rebecca 🍀 🏀 (@dorothyofisrael) February 15, 2018
As you can imagine, she was immediately taken to task (remember, Twitter’s a cultural sewer). But others used the medium to make seriously good points, including The Daily Wire’s editor, Ben Shapiro.
“Woman puts up baby for adoption, he turns out to be Steve Jobs. Tell me again how abortions are right,” he tweeted.
“Every bad person in history was born. Perhaps across-the-board abortion would be your preferred solution?” he added.
Others were equally civil — and equally powerful in their message. “17 kids died and your takeaway is that more kids need to die. You are a truly sick and evil person,” wrote Matt Walsh, author of “The Unholy Trinity.”
“Simple. All human life has value thus it should be treated as such. There are underlying physiological and external impacts to consider in a child’s development, so before you go all Joan of Arc on unborn children remember there are good adopted persons out there including me,” wrote another user, Jermaine Hawthorne.
What is it about society today that some people feel it’s appropriate to use a tragedy as a platform to be as crappy as they can possibly be to others? And why are they always Alt-Left liberals?
Take Andrew Pollack. All the man did was exercise his patriotic duty and constitutional right to vote for whoever he wants. But little Marxists on the Left saw his grief and anguish as just another opportunity to be as sh**ty as they could possibly be to him like he deserved to lose his daughter and he deserves their abuse because he apparently voted for Trump.
What kind of sick SOB thinks like that? See more examples at Libtards.news.
Well, we know the answer to that question, don’t we? People like Rebecca Griffin.
J.D. Heyes is also editor-in-chief of The National Sentinel.