What liberals are doing to Roger Ailes reminds me of the maddest I have ever been in my life happened about two days after my mother passed away. You should show me a calendar and ask me when’s the maddest I have ever been and I can point to that date. I’m telling you all of this for a reason.
I was in the middle of trying to help one of my sisters make the funeral arrangements and a member of the family called up and started asking us some questions about when the funeral was going to be. We didn’t know exactly because mom hadn’t planned that far ahead.
Anyway, this person started dictating to us the date that they wanted the funeral to take place because it was the only day they could get off of work so it didn’t cut into their vacation days. At first, I was stunned. Then, the thing happened that tipped me over the edge.
They started going into this unprovoked tirade about something that had happened twenty five years previous between them and my mother as if they were giving the speech that a boxer gives when they are winning a fight. I went off on this person and I told them that if they had they showed up to the funeral the one thing they should bring other than flowers is bail money for when I beat them on the front steps of the funeral home.
The reason why the reaction to Roger’s death reminds me of this moment so much is that people simply cannot let disagreements or differences in ideas go once a person passes away. You’re alive, you’ve won…let it go. But oh no, liberals tend to take every single chance they can….especially when someone cannot defend themselves..
It perhaps goes without saying that there will be a lot of reaction to the death of former Fox CEO Roger Ailes today. Ailes was a giant of conservative media.
But he also left in scandal over sexual harassment right at the end of his life. As it always seems with the “Love Trumps Hate” liberal crowd, the viciousness for those they despise knows no bounds.
Daily Caller captured some of the nasty remarks made by liberal journalists. Unable to contain their contempt, they took to social media to attack the man.
Though some of the tweets have since been deleted by their authors, the magic of screen captures allows the Internet to relive their poor taste forever.
When you have to look to Rev. Al Sharpton for the only relatively classy response among the left, you know you are in trouble.
While one should be quite rightly about sexual harassment if it occurred, many of these folks are the same people who had no problem with Bill Clinton or Hillary Clinton covering up his history of alleged sexual harassment, because it is, for many of them, always and only about agenda.