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In rooting for the virus, the Left
is just like Hitler

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Posted By: Big Bopper, 10/4/2020 12:11:57 PM

The Left has embraced cop killers, rioters, arsonists, avowed Marxists, voting frauds, cancel culture and censors. They justify their accessory to crime and their trampling of Constitutional and human rights on the grounds that it serves a greater cause – the defeat of people who disagree with them. This ends-justifies-the-means approach to morality – or to put it more simply, this abandonment of morality – is progressing inexorably to its natural conclusion. The Left now actively roots for the virus to kill people they don’t like, such as President Trump. Drunk on their fantasy, they hope that his death is painful and humiliating and that his wife dies too.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 10/4/2020 12:33:37 PM (No. 561711)
I've been saying for MONTHS on this forum the demoncraps and all their kind are NAZIS.
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In rooting for the virus, the Left
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Posted by Big Bopper 10/4/2020 12:11:57 PM Post Reply
The Left has embraced cop killers, rioters, arsonists, avowed Marxists, voting frauds, cancel culture and censors. They justify their accessory to crime and their trampling of Constitutional and human rights on the grounds that it serves a greater cause – the defeat of people who disagree with them. This ends-justifies-the-means approach to morality – or to put it more simply, this abandonment of morality – is progressing inexorably to its natural conclusion. The Left now actively roots for the virus to kill people they don’t like, such as President Trump. Drunk on their fantasy, they hope that his death is painful and humiliating and that his wife dies too.
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