In case you haven’t heard, the Democratic Party is the party of whiny, self centered cry babies who act like spoiled toddlers throwing temper tantrums when they don’t get their way. Delusional, liberal Democrats are so sure they, and only they, have all the right answers that when their best laid plans falter, the first thing they do is “pass the buck.”
Election Night 2016 certainly showed us that their response to the will of The People is to create safe spaces and identify trigger warnings, instead of accepting the truth. But irony prevails, as they blame Republicans for not playing fair even when they get caught cheating red-handed the way Hillary tried to rig the elections.
Last, but certainly, not least, their perception of tolerance is to accept everyone that agrees with them, but alienate and shun those that disagree with them, and instead of allowing healthy dialogue, they have only a one-sided conversation.
But at last! It’s official! We actually have data to prove these statements listed above.
Let’s find out just how petty Democrats can be, shall we?
From The Hill:
Democratic voters are almost three times as likely to have “blocked, unfriended, or stopped following someone on social media” after Donald Trump’s victory, according to a study released Monday.
The nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI ) found 24 percent of Democrats distanced themselves from people on social media because of a political postings. Nine percent of both Republicans and independents reported doing the same to those in social media circles.
Additionally, 28 percent of liberals surveyed said they removed someone from their social media circle because of the content that person posted, compared with 8 percent of conservatives.
For moderates, 11 percent said they blocked, unfriended or unfollowed someone due to what that person posted online.
We can’t really blame liberals for not wanting to stay friends with conservatives on social media and we won’t miss them much anyway. It’s not like they have many positive things to add to a conversation about American patriotism or our constitutional rights.
Mostly, we just think they’re a bunch of rude, uninformed snowflakes so we won’t grieve if they unfriend us, will we? We’ll just keep relying on our common sense and good judgement, the way we always have.
Source: Red State