Crying Donna Brazile suddenly has love for Trump supporters: ‘I hear you, I hear you!’

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Donna Brazile was called out for her hypocrisy after telling President Donald Trump’s supporters “I hear you” and calling for unity in the nation.

The former interim chair of the Democratic National Committee and current Fox News contributor reacted with tears over news about Sen. Kamala Harris being elected as the first black woman to become vice-president, following the media’s decision to announce the election victory of former Vice President Joe Biden.

Speaking with Fox News anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, Brazile waxed poetic about the history-making moment, even though it was called prematurely by the liberal media.

“It’s been a long time coming,” she said, recalling the women in her own family who once could not even vote. “To be the last to get voting rights. To be those who just waited and waited for our turn. It’s been a long time coming. . . . I’m so grateful that this moment has come. . . . Sorry for the tears. I don’t cry often. But the cry is because there’s so many women out there who made this happen.”

(Source: Fox News)

Democrats gave the country four years of fake news, attacks on a duly elected president they did not like, as well as a steadfast disrespect for the country and a refusal to cooperate with anyone who dared disagree. And now, Brazile and her ilk took to the airwaves to declare that she empathized with the 68 million people who voted for Trump.

“I’m going to be that person inside the Democratic Party that says there are friends on the other side that cares about this country like us,” Brazile said, adding that she was going to write an “open letter” to Trump supporters.

“I hear you, I hear you. I’ve been part of the Fox family. I hear you, I understand many of your worries and concerns,” she declared.

“You are not going to be left out of this,” she continued, adding a stunning warning that “if we don’t hear them, they’re going to spank us and kick us out in two or four years.”

Democrats like Brazile assume that Trump’s supporters are ready to just move on, even while lawsuits are being decided and a host of voting irregularities are still to be explained. But that is far from the case as many on social media immediately explained.

Brazile’s shift came amid other emotional reactions from liberals, like CNN’s Van Jones who claimed the Biden win was “vindication” for all the horrors supposedly unleashed on the country by Trump, who was praised by the Democrat for his criminal justice reforms.

“This is vindication for a lot of people who have really suffered,” Jones said.

The Democrats’ hypocrisy knows no bounds.


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