The liberal left was on fire this week spewing their hate-filled rhetoric and death wishes on children. But three cheers for all those losers who lost their jobs over it.
First there was the nutty journalism professor calling for the death of NRA members’ children in the next mass shooting who was subsequently placed on “indefinite administrative leave” by the University of Kansas.
Then there were two stories reported by Twitchy on the twisted tweets from more sickos on the left who are disgusted by conservatives who support defunding Obamacare.
On Friday, Allan Brauer, the Communications Chairman – now the former chair – of the Democratic Party of Sacramento County wished a horrible death on the children of Amanda Carpenter, a “speechwriter and senior communications advisor to Sen. Ted Cruz.”
Fortunately, it didn’t take long for the Democratic Party of Sacramento County to fire Brauer:
The Democratic Party of Sacramento County (DPSC) Friday called for and accepted the resignation of its volunteer communications chair following of series of personal twitter comments directed at GOP staff after Republicans voted to defund President Obama’s health care law.
DPSC chair Kerri Asbury said the personal twitter comments made by Communications Committee chair Allan Brauer were “appalling and inexcusable.” She accepted his resignation Friday, and issued the following statement:
“The comments by our volunteer communications chair are appalling and inexcusable. No matter what our political disagreements may be, wishing harm is never an acceptable response during heated public debate or any other time. Mr. Brauer has apologized for his comments and expressed his remorse.”
Though many “celebrated” his firing with happy tweets, and unrepentant Brauer wrote:
Coming right on the heels of Brauer out in liberal la-la land California, was Stephanie Handler, a fundraiser for the University of California, San Francisco who tweeted her wish to withhold medical care for Obamacare “nonbelievers,” as if Obamacare is a belief? Creepy.
Well, Handler learned a new word in the digital world – screenshot – because her tweet was blasted around the Twitter-verse, which apparently forced her to literally shut down all her social media accounts, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
— David Aaron Batten™ (@dmbatten) September 22, 2013
“Ms. Handler may be frantically deleting all social media accounts but Twitter, and Twitchy, are forever,” the Twitchy Team wrote.
Twitchy compiled outraged tweets over Handler, but really enjoyable was the takedown by actor Nick Searcy:
No word on the status of Handler’s cushy UCSF job, but let’s hope the week’s trend of putting on leave and firing continues.
In response to this blog post, we have been advised by Ms. Handler that she has withdrawn her comment, and she has deleted her social media accounts, including the Twitter account through which her comment was originally made. She has also indicated to Twitchy that the comment has nothing to do with her work for the University of California, San Francisco, and that she has reached out to that institution’s Human Resources department to discuss the matter. She has further stated that she did not intend to imply that anyone should die; the comment was made in jest; and she truly did not mean to offend anyone. While we have declined her request to delete this post, we are publishing this addendum as an update and in order to provide further context.