Thousands of protesters descended on Washington DC Saturday in what was supposed to be a march for stricter gun laws.
For many it was of a march for hate.
One activist carried a sign that not only attacked the NRA and Sen. Marco Rubio, but Catholic’s everywhere.
— soflconservatives (@soflconserve) March 24, 2018
Rubio later posted a statement on Twitter that drew more ire from his haters.
My full statement on today's marches: pic.twitter.com/ZpRNotSbyP
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) March 24, 2018
— sally ride (@sallyriding1234) March 24, 2018
From Syracuse today. pic.twitter.com/sMWlEAShzZ
— Lynn (@beewel) March 25, 2018
Show your commitment to finding common ground, level the playing field, return past, present and refuse future NRA donations so the world knows you’re not biased nor an NRA stooge. Until then, step off.
— Mrs. Brown (@MrsBrow60210191) March 24, 2018
— lilfair (@lilfair) March 19, 2018
Others questioned the motives of those attacking.
Why don’t those cowards criticize Islam the way they do Christianity … it’s almost like they know they’ll be completely safe while lambasting Christianity … hmmm?
— Timothy Carl (@timothyc1984) March 24, 2018
This is just sad how are you supposed to have a conversation with this
— Diane fletcher (@maddogmdar) March 24, 2018
Why aren’t folks taking the fight to soros who funds and organizes this shit? He should be agitated continuously wherever he is.
— schiff for brains! (@FakeNewsCop) March 24, 2018
Protesters like those holding this sign have no moral ground to stand on. Supposedly marching for a virtuous cause but clearly promoting hate.
— Cat (@CatB2277) March 25, 2018
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