House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democrats have let Trump Derangement Syndrome strip them of any decorum and decency they had left.
The Calif. Rep. stood by, laughing, as the state’s Democrat Chairman John Burton raised two middle fingers as he encouraged the crowd at the state convention in Sacramento to chant “F**k Donald Trump.”
— DonaldTrump News?? (@TrumpNewsz) May 21, 2017
Democrat leaders at the convention used their time to deride President Donald Trump and beat the familiar drum of tying him to Russia, the Associated Press reported.
Sen. Kamala Harris told the crowd that the president is putting “Russia first, America second.”
“The world, literally the world, is counting on all of you, counting on California to reject Trump’s deception and destructiveness,” Gavin Newsom, the California Lieutenant Governor, said.
But it was Burton who took it to the classless extreme.
“All together now,” he told the crowd, encouraging them to chant as he raised his two middle fingers. “F**k Donald Trump.”
John Burton’s closing remakes to his California Democratic Party, both middle fingers up: “Fuck Donald Trump.” Mic drop for the 84-year-old.
— Christopher Cadelago (@ccadelago) May 20, 2017
Outgoing Dem chair John Burton: “all together now: fuck Donald Trump.” While crowd holds up two middle fingers. pic.twitter.com/mDvgkhY7uY
— Jonathan J. Cooper (@jjcooper) May 20, 2017
Ever classy, Burton also told protesters to “Shut the f**k up and go outside.”
Far worse than anything ever said by President Trump to protesters that had the media going out of its mind.
And he didn’t stop at that.
— Rosie Unmasked (@almostjingo) May 21, 2017
It’s a wonder they don’t win with that positive message.
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