Bongino: ‘Conservatives think liberals are people with bad ideas. They think conservatives are bad people.’

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Dan Bongino highlighted a key difference in the way liberals and conservatives view each other while he discussed the socialist takeover of the Democrat Party.

The former Secret Service Agent and radio host spoke on Fox News’ “Hannity” about the disarray of the Democrats in the wake of recent controversial actions and comments from members, especially freshman lawmakers like Rep. Ilhan Omar who ignited backlash for her anti-Semitic remarks.

“This is who the Democrats have always been,” Bongino told Sean Hannity on Tuesday, in a discussion with the host and Geraldo Rivera on how Democrats are “losing votes” by not unequivocally condemning hate speech by their own members.

“Everything that is old is new again,” Bongino insisted, citing examples of how Democrats have not changed their message, only their method of delivery as the more progressive freshman lawmakers have exposed the heart of their leftist agenda.

He slammed Omar “who’s become a real embarrassment to the Democratic Party,” as he reacted to the Minnesota congresswoman’s suggestion that President Trump is not human.

Omar’s insulting jab at Trump came in response to a question she was asked about her other comments calling former President Obama a “pretty face” who was able to “get away with murder.”

“What she said was really disgusting,” Bongino declared Tuesday. “I’m a conservative. I proudly served as a Secret Service agent under Barack Obama… he was the president of the United States.”

“The problem is,” he continued, “we as conservatives think liberals are people with bad ideas. They think … liberals think conservatives are bad people with ideas. There’s a big difference there.”

Hannity agreed, noting earlier that “all of them in unison” hate the president “more than even doing good things for the country.”

Earlier in the segment, Rivera had condemned Omar’s remarks as “insulting” and “beneath any representative.”

“When you hear someone say that, that sounds like an amateur insulting the president of the United States and losing votes. She’s pushing the party too far to the left. It will lose,” he said, echoing a warning from Chicago mayor and longtime Democratic operative Rahm Emanuel who admonished his party to adjust course or risk handing Trump a reelection victory in 2020.

You know, if — if what you’re saying, Sean, is that their activism and their idealism sometimes leads them to intemperance, I totally agree,” Rivera told Hannity. “There’s a reason you call the president Mr. President. There’s only one of them. There’s only been 45 of them in the entire history of the American republic. For her to be so insulting, that is more than scornful.”

Conservative Twitter users weighed in on the “Hannity” discussion and shared what they really thought about how liberals feel about them.

Frieda Powers

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