Horror: Liberal America Today Writer promotes demolition of conservative lawmakers’ homes


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Ronald Reagan, on the nature of politics in America, famous speakwe have no enemies, we have rivals,“His point is clearly that we compete for votes, not to destroy each other.

Some of that sentiment may have worn off due to the nature of the culture wars, but the underlying point has been unequivocally asserted, at least for some time. For example, when Justice Ginsburg died, Trump didn’t gloat or celebrate. Instead, he called her “a wonderful woman”. Watch:

However, the sentiment is somewhat contradictory. For example, when Trump got Covid, many people on the left publicly celebrated and wished for his death. Based on a polla sizable minority, about 40%, of the Democrats are glad he got Covid.

Well, now a leftist, a USA Today writer, is doing the same thing, advocating that the author of a bill mockingly called the “no gay bill” has causing his house to be destroyed by a tornado.

Breitbart, reporting on the context of the situation, says:

The tornado that made landfall in Central Florida last Saturday caused 12 million USD in damages and tore down Harding’s house in Ocala while his family was present. No injuries have been reported.

“We were so lucky,” Harding said. “It could have been a lot worse.”

The same article added that, in a social media post, Harding said:

This message is for those affected by today’s tornado in Ocala. Please stay away from under the trees, there are many hanging limbs commonly known as ‘Widowsers.’ Today is a difficult day for all of us. We have so much to be grateful for, material things are replaceable, human lives are not.

Well, USA Today’s left-wing writer Michael J. Stern decided to use the opportunity to gloat and offer a questionable theological view, saying:

I’m not a big believer, but the tornado that just ripped through the home of the “Don’t Say Gay” author in Florida is causing me to reconsider.

Hey, Joe Harding (@josephbharding), God thinks you’re a bigot and just slaps you.

The Bible, especially some of the Old Testament stories, contrasts with Stern’s vindictive views.

For his part, Harding is more focused on helping his constituents than getting involved in partisan squabbles. After the damage caused by the storm became apparent, he posted advice on what to do and offered to help those in the community, speech:

If you live in a community that was hit hard by yesterday’s Tornado, here are a few things to know: Lock your house and car doors, not everyone who comes to your neighborhood all have good intentions; Stay away from under the tree, there are many limbs that will continue to fall; Before hiring a contractor to do your housework, talk to your insurance company; To be [wary] roofers out of town. Roofers watch the news and they will come from town to chase work. Make sure they are licensed and check online reviews. As always, I’m here to help [any way] I can. ” Horror: Liberal America Today Writer promotes demolition of conservative lawmakers’ homes

Jake Nichol

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