Raging libs spend holiday weekend spewing hate at mayor Giuliani and Ted Cruz at sporting events

No one wears sour grapes as openly as raging liberals.

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Democrats still distraught over the 2016 presidential election have it out for any and all who are part of the Republican Party and the Trump administration. While normal people enjoyed the Memorial Day weekend with friends and family, others used what should have been fun occasions to spew venom at those they disagree with.

Donald Trump’s lawyer and ‘America’s mayor’ Rudy Giuliani spent his birthday on Monday enjoying a baseball game at Yankee’s Stadium.

When the announcers acknowledged Giuliani’s birthday it was met with thunderous boos.

Liberal journalists were quick to spread the “news.”

That’s the thanks you get for leading America’s largest city through one if it’s most horrifying moments in history.

Not to be outdone, liberals turned their vitriol at conservative Texas Senator Ted Cruz when he decided to support the Houston Rockets via a tweet:

Seems innocent enough, right? Heck no.

An example of the hate that was thrown at Cruz for daring to weigh in on sports:

Cruz later tweeted the score and was ultimately blamed for the Rocket’s loss, of course:

Good grief. We could say give it rest, but we know that will never happen. In fact, liberals eager to pounce on Cruz were high off the news of the Giuliani hate and eager for a repeat:

One could only “hope.” And while the rest of America was paying their respects to America’s brave soldiers over the sacred holiday weekend, hate-filled regressives bathed themselves in partisan politics and vitriol:

Sad.

Can you imagine spending your weekend like this? Yet, the hate went on and on…

And many liberals tied the tweet into the supposed “blue wave”

When you’re desperate and on the wrong side of history, you take what you can get. The good news is none of them would be this upset if it weren’t for one underlying thing… Republicans are winning.

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