Leftists Celebrating the Death of Barbara Bush Proves They're Fueled by Hate
Barbara Bush died yesterday. Regardless of her or her family's politics, basic human decency dictates a loss of a family member, for anyone, is a tragic event. Normally we all wait just a beat before airing our civil disagreements.
But certain segments of the far left skipped class on "How to be anything other than a human viper feeding on the despair of others" day. So it was, a professor at Fresno State University danced her pudgy fingers across her keyboard in celebration of a former First Lady's demise.
Wanting to see the hate for myself, I skipped over to Professor Jarrar's Twitter page, only to find it locked, with a bio reading:
The university has this tweet pinned to their page:
Statement by @Fresno_State President @JosephICastro regarding tweets made today by a faculty member: https://t.co/h3ZbQyMmxd— Fresno State (@Fresno State) 1524022226.0
The point here is not to call for boycotts, pitchfork raising, or burning down the castle to kill the witch. Professor Jarrar is free to do and say as she pleases. Not without pushback, of course. But frankly, after years of watching the culture, how can any of us act surprised when a leftist pulls back their skin to reveal a slithering snake daemon? Who probably dilutes her coffee with Nescafe creamers then bitches about chemicals in her produce.
Yeah, a leftist professor just celebrated the death of a human being who had politics running contrary to her own. Also, the sun rose, the moon affected the tides, somewhere a teenager put a prophylactic up its nose, and 12 more cat videos got pushed to YouTube.
People on the left are fueled by their hatred of all things conservative, including anyone who's ever affiliated themselves with conservative ideals. Like daring to be married to and mother of presidents with an (R) following their names. We should act neither surprised nor outraged when someone from the left casts aside their mask of "tolerance" to expose their real hate. We've known all along this is who and what the left really is.
Professor Jarrar isn't the exception. Her bravado in tweeting her hate at Barbara Bush wasn't bravado at all. Airing hate toward anyone affiliated with Republicans is the norm. It's acceptable. Praised, even, by other titans of tolerance. Why not go on a Twitter tirade against a dead woman when your leftist compadres feel the same hatred? And praise you for it. Our modern culture is a safe space for liberal hostility.
When a leftist minion speaks out "against hate" or tattoos "ban hate" on their knuckles, they're simply projecting what motivates them. Hatred of differing opinions. Hatred of anyone who'd dare question them. Hatred of God. Hatred of morality. Hatred of "hate" itself. Where "hate" is defined as anything the left cannot easily refute with a hashtag, a protest sign written with puff paint, or some rhyming chant thought up at a college slumber party.
Leftists like Professor Jarrar do not "act vile." They are vile. It is their default, factory setting. They act civilized when it's beneficial to them. But at their core, they're nasty human beings itching for a chance to unleash their true selves. Then pounce at the earliest opportunity.
~ Written by Courtney Kirchoff