Just another despicable “liberal” ghoul, climbing over corpses to make political bank for herself.
Sgt. La David T. Johnson died fighting for his country and our freedoms. Sadly, there is nothing anyone can say to his widow, Myeshia Johnson, to take away her pain. Even a president who could movingly express the American people’s sense of loss—think President Ronald Reagan’s speech after the Challenger space shuttle disaster—couldn’t restore family members’ personal loss.
President Donald Trump tried and didn’t succeed with Ms. Johnson. Neither is to blame. She had just received the worst news imaginable. He wasn’t trained for such a difficult task.
But why is Big Hat Wilson involved? She said she was “horrified” by what the president said. Of course, she’s a liberal activist. Anything he said would have horrified her. It’s hardly news when she trashes the president.
In fact, she is an experienced practitioner in the politics of demagoguery. The Rhinestone Cowgirl took advantage of an earlier tragedy—the shooting of Trayvon Martin—to score political points. No one benefited from her attempt to exploit his unfortunate death.
Now, she’s using the same tactic again, only this time taking advantage of the death of American soldiers confronting terrorists in the nation of Niger.
An eminently sane and reasonable piece, this is. Just wait till you see where it’s published. As for the self-proclaimed “rock star” Wilson, fuck her in the liver with a rusty railroad spike. Only someone suffused to the very ears with a truly toxic combination of mindless hatred for her opposition and the grubbiest, most deep-seated personal ambition would ever even dream of exploiting something like this. For all their faults, ain’t it funny how you never see a Republican doing it.
Update! Diplomad on Democrat “patriotism”:
I see that some whacky Congresswoman from Florida, who dresses up like Howdy-Doody for some reason, has gotten all patriotic and is blasting President Trump for being insensitive in his call to the widow of a slain SF soldier, one who died on an operation in Niger. In the course of his condolence call, he apparently used a phrase something like, “He knew what he signed up for.” This phrase has been jumped upon by the Honorable Ms Howdy Doody and the prog media as some sort of insult or insensitivity. It, of course, is a fairly standard phrase when discussing the deaths of heroes, to wit, people who knew the danger but went ahead and did their duty, regardless. The whole thing is obscene, and shows that nothing is off limits for the Progs. I can’t stand when Progs play patriot. The fake just stinks way too much.
Don’t it just. It’s always amazed me how eagerly these pustules will climb up on the coffins of people they’re usually spitting on and reviling as “babykillers” to gain some sort of political advantage. There isn’t a man Jack of them fit to lick the boots of the soldiers they’re using for their own gain. As I said before: despicable.