Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-V.T. brought his campaign to Minnesota on Saturday for a political event — but there was one big problem.
The so-called nice people of Minnesota were nowhere to be found.
Instead, the liberal Democratic Sanders supporters applauded the death of a Republican — they couldn’t wait to spew hatred on the grave of Republican donor billionaire David Koch.
It began when a supporter in the crowd began to ask a question about criminal justice reform, in doing so calling the famed conservative business donor Koch an “oligarch” after citing his recent death…
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That’s when the fellow audience members began to CHEER.
You can watch video of the scene below:
The cringeworthy screams of joy were barbaric at best.
In times such as these, Democrats are unleashing a never-before-seen venom that’s downright nasty.
Many liberals have blamed President Donald Trump for the heightened level of evil language in politic — an abused go-to tactic for liberals who don’t want to explain their own actions.
Whether that claim is justified or not they’re quickly running out of excuses for this kind of behavior.
It’s getting disgusting across the board for Democrats. The man in the crowd, known as “Sam from St. Paul,” echoed a long line of liberals bashing the now-deceased David Koch.
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Liberal pundit Bill Maher had this to say after the Republican’s passing:
“Yesterday David Koch of the zillionaire Koch brothers died … of prostate cancer. I guess I’m going to have to re-evaluate my low opinion of prostate cancer.
“F*** him. The Amazon is burning up. I’m glad he’s dead and I hope the end was painful.”
And Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s, D-Mass. display wasn’t much classier, who scolded the Koch brothers at a rally in Seattle, where she blame the Republican donors, among others, for allegedly trashing the planet.
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Jordan Weissman of Slate wrote that while he doesn’t believe in an afterlife, he hoped that David Koch’s soul suffers for eternity.
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