The Subtlety Of Politically Correct Liberal Hate Speech

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gregory Pace/BEI/Shutterstock (5695541m) Rosie O'Donnell Rosie O'Donnell concert, New York, America - 26 May 2016

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gregory Pace/BEI/Shutterstock (5695541m)
Rosie O’Donnell
Rosie O’Donnell concert, New York, America – 26 May 2016

Ordinarily, any news of Rosie O’Donnell attempting to insert herself into the public discourse on matters of cultural or political significance, as if to presume any of us thinks she has even a morsel of relevance anymore, would be met by my tears of laughter.

Now… I routinely suggest that Liberals are masters at having it both ways and this story only further strengthens my point; Essentially.. Rosie O’Donnell used someone else’s youTube video to suggest that Donald Trump’s son might be autistic. She backs the claim based on the video she shared on her Twitter feed, and says on her website (according to Vanity Fair) that it’s because she “has become ‘immersed’ in researching the condition after her 3-year-old daughter, Dakota, was diagnosed with high-functioning autism in September.”

Although I must admit to a decent round of belly-jiggling guffaws when I first came across this story of her hating on Trump’s kid … despite her own kid having the same problem… I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to mention how delicious her Liberal hypocrisy and subtle hate speech really are.

And that’s what this latest kerfuffle is really all about: Liberal hate speech:

Rosie O’Donnell said she has “no ill will” toward President-elect Donald Trump’s children after the comedian shared a video that suggested that his youngest son, Barron, might be autistic.
[snip] The controversy started this past Monday, when O’Donnell shared a seven-minute video compiling clips from the Republican National Convention, the presidential debates, and Trump’s acceptance speech that suggested 10-year-old Barron might be showing signs of autism. Critics bashed O’Donnell for placing an unnecessary spotlight on the youngest of the president-elect’s children.
O’Donnell and Trump have a long, tumultuous history of feuds, and O’Donnell has previously written a poem about another member of the Trump clan: His daughter, Ivanka. In October, O’Donnell wrote that Ivanka Trump was “absurdly nice” when the two met in a chance run-in.

There’s a problem with O’Donnell’s defense though…

If you go to the actual youTube video, and click through to this user’s upload list, you will only see the Barron piece (and another that singles out the way the defenseless little guy is clapping). This user (it could be a fake account) appears to be a fairly young male – I’m guessing mid-teens – who had a favorites list (up until somewhere between 3:00 and 6:00 PM DST on 11/28/2016) with a handful of conservative hating & liberal loving stuff… and nothing else. I say “had” because I’m guessing the poor kid had to wipe his content and throw up the Trump “follow” in hope of holding the wolves – from the left, the right, and the media – at bay there… along with adding a note on the video itself telling everyone to stop being mean to poor Rosie.

[hand raised] Why would she be watching Trump campaign videos on a teenager’s youTube channel as part of her autism research? The answer is obvious… she hates Trump (she has said as much publicly many times), and she has no compunction about going after kids so long as they aren’t Liberal kids.

And, when she got called out on it, she did what all liberals do – she walked herself back just enough to declare innocence and offer the typical Liberal non – apology:

“Rosie O’Donnell said she has “no ill will” toward President-elect Donald Trump’s children.

Look… I will be the first in line to berate Trump for his irresponsible misuse of our language; hell – I can’t stand to listen to him or look at him and I feel embarrassed for him and his fans every time I have to. And I felt the same way about Bush ’43 (except that – in Bush’s case – it was more an issue of being inarticulate than in seeming to be trying to kick off a riot). The one thing I will give both of them props for, however, is that when they speak their words are not calculating and contrived.

This is not the case with O’Donnell and her Liberal contemporaries. They are manipulating the Liberal mush-minded pom-pom twirlers out here into believing that everyone but themselves is evil.

O’Donnell opining that Trump’s kid might be autistic and defending herself against the backlash by insisting that she was innocently researching the topic on a teenager’s youTube channel is like me saying that I think she might be obese and defending myself by saying that I’ve looked at a lot of her pictures today on Google Images.

Liberals would say she’s only trying to help while saying I’m a mean-spirited homo-phobe. And for all anyone knows, I just might be… but at least I didn’t drag her kid into it.

[Post originates @ Joe for America] [Images courtesy Vanity Fair & Quotesgram]

Source: Rosie O’Donnell Defends Barron Trump Autism Tweet | Variety

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