There are plenty of ideological differences between conservatives and progressives. We often debate these differences openly and learn that it comes down to a difference in perspective. For example, the left believes handouts are the way to help those in need while the right tends to believe increased opportunity is the better approach. Neither side on this issue is inherently evil in their thinking. They just have different ways of tackling the same problem.
Then, there are times when the differences aren’t ideological. They’re differences in the basic makeup of an individual, whether that comes in the form of a moral compass, a set of ethics guidelines, or a willingness to sink to the depths of human nature. And while not everyone on the left is willing to give into evil impulses, there are generally more hideous persons among the progressive crowd than there are among conservatives.
Case-in-point: Reactions to the death of icons. When someone admired by the left dies, two things happen from the right. Most offer condolences even if they do so with the caveat of disagreement. When Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis died last year, it was practically impossible to find any conservatives of note who used his passing as an opportunity to attack him or “spit on his grave,” so to speak. The same cannot be said about the left’s reactions to the passing of conservative powerhouse Rush Limbaugh. It got so bad on Twitter that “Rest in Piss‘ was trending for a while.
We’re not talking about a few “bad apples” among leftist blue checkmark accounts. Going through my feed of radical progressives, I saw dozens if not hundreds of disturbing reactions ranging from cheap shots like “the world is a better place with Rush Limbaugh gone” to truly hideous comments like “rush limbaugh putting a smile on my face for the first time ever today.”
On the latest episode of Conservative News Briefs, JD didn’t want to read the hideous Tweets on-air. I, on the other hand, have no problem pointing out how heinous these “Blue Checkmark Twitter” progressives can be. With that said, I won’t go against our EIC’s desires. Instead, here’s confirmation of the evil nature of the Tweets from Jack Posobiec:
The side that promised Unity and Healing is dancing on the grave of a 70-year-old man who died of lung cancer
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 17, 2021
When John Lewis died, President Trump tweeted that he was “saddened to hear the news.” The passing of Rush Limbaugh has yielded the ugliest side of humanity gleefully celebrating his death as President Biden ignores it altogether.
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