While conservatives have long been aware of the Left’s disgusting hypocrisy and hateful nature, it’s been taken to new heights since Trump emerged on the political scene. It wasn’t hidden well before, but now it’s become acceptable for the media and leftists to openly mock and belittle anyone that doesn’t share their views.
Leftist love to present themselves “tolerant” and “open-minded,” but nothing could be further from the truth. Highlighting their degenerate and spiteful psychosis this week was author Stephen King, who’s become an anti-Trump mouthpiece and all-around hater of anything not radically far to the Left.
As reported in the Daily Mail, an Amtrak train carrying a Republican congressman crashed in West Virginia on Wednesday, killing one and wounding several other passengers. In typical liberal fashion, King thought it was a good idea to politicize the tragic incident, saying that the crash was “karma” for allowing a Republican on board.
“A trainload of Republicans on their way to a pricey retreat hit a garbage truck. My friend Russ calls that Karma,” King wrote a day after the crash. The Left’s Russia Derangement Syndrome has certainly become powerful, as they’re seeing Russia everywhere they look, even in something as non-related as a train crash.
While leftists may have been snickering at the sight of King’s tweet, a lot of folks weren’t too happy with the overrated author’s comment.
“Unbelievable. And to think I enjoyed his stuff for many years! Well not anymore! I think it’s time to start a Stephen King book burning in our backyards!” one Twitter user named Aric Cee wrote.
Even Piers Morgan was among those who called King out for the tweet.
“A man died in that crash, you despicable man,” Morgan wrote. You’re right, Piers, but to King, he was the evilest combination imaginable: White, male, possibly conservative, riding on the same train as a Republican congressman–so his life is therefore rendered meaningless in the eyes of liberals.
Realizing how the negative PR might affect his next infantile book, King deleted the tweet within 20 minutes, sending out a replacement that said: “OF COURSE sorry the truck driver died.”
Source: Daily Mail