Leftists mock Ted Cruz for…protecting them from coronavirus, by Monica Showalter.
What is it with the left and its seeming desire to kill others?
First we had a far-left Denver city councilwoman, Candi CdeBaca, endorse the intentional spreading of coronavirus among political opponents in order to kill them, with a repulsive “#solidarity Yaaaas!!”
Now we have leftists mocking Sen. Ted Cruz for self-quarantining, after being exposed to a coronavirus patient at CPAC, in order to prevent any spread of the disease to others, including political opponents. That includes leftists in Congress and anyone else. Given that coronavirus exposure sometimes turns well people into “superspreaders,” it was a highly responsible and empathetic thing to do. Cruz put others before himself in this selfless act, protecting even leftists.
Instead of Cruz drawing praise and encouragement, leftists went into catcall mode (fortunately not all of them, but huge numbers of them), chirruping about what a great thing it is to have Cruz go away — as if it were some kind of victory worth dancing about.
In a contest between Cruz and the coronavirus, they are literally cheering the coronavirus. ..
As if infectious diseases pick political sides and Democrats, or cripes, anyone, friend or foe, is somehow immune, so time to cheer the affected Ted. How fine it is to feel superior. This is the thinking of people who are crazed in their hatred of conservatives. It’s the thinking of people who are fundamentally unserious about pandemics — and for sure unfit to lead the country on such an event.
The Republican reaction, by contrast, has been serious — and non-partisan. …
Leftists ought to be embarrassed. They’ve now shown us “who they are.”
Politics poisons so much nowadays, like in the old Soviet Union. In the US, right wingers are being encouraged to play down the effects of coronavirus, and left wingers to play up the effects. Stop posturing and exaggerating, just open your eyes. The truth shall set you free of your silly propaganda stances.
Remember, reality is what remains when you stop believing in it.