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Sen. Joe Manchin has really, really ticked off the radical left elements of the Democratic Party after confirming Sunday during an appearance on Fox News that he “cannot” support President Joe Biden’s massive Build Back Better social spending package — an admission that effectively kills the bill given the 50-50 split in the U.S. Senate.
The moderate Democrat from West Virginia became an instant target of the hard-left House Democrats known as “the squad,” along with their socialist patriarch, Sen., Bernie Sanders. Taking to Twitter and the Sunday talk shows, they were fit to be tied — that this cabal was the most outspoken about Manchin’s decision says a lot about what was really in the spending bill.
Just how mad is the left? A meme tweeted by Parker Molloy, a liberal writer and transgender activist, might be a clue:
Forgot that I turned this image into a gif at the time https://t.co/T7pdaYIXdW pic.twitter.com/M17Q2EXVa9
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) December 19, 2021
Odd how U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., a former Bronx bartender, seems to always be at the center of everything.
In fact, Ocasio-Cortez was a “target” in the anime video that resulted in U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., being censored by Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Democratic caucus. The video Gosar shared on social media showed both AOC and President Joe Biden being slain by the Titan character Eren Yaeger — with Gosar’s photoshopped face.
The video being similar to the effort seen above by Molloy — for the record, the liberal media machine was aghast over Gosar’s shared cartoon.
As Twitchy noted, Molloy has a habit of deleting tweets “when she gets busted for being terrible,” so here’s a screenshot of the above tweet at the critical moment when Manchin’s head is melted by AOC’s death glare, from the website:
Molloy has already acknowledged the blowback to her meme, offering this in a tweet: “Sorry for making… a joke, I guess?”
Her tweet prompted this reply: “Looks like a depiction of murder to me.”
Looks like a depiction of murder to me.
— FlyFishingInAfghanistan (@FlyFishAfghan) December 20, 2021
Social media users haven’t forgotten the umbrage over Gosar’s tomfoolery… or the hypocrisy of the left. Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:
And Paul Gosar’s meme?
— andrea (@NWlady28) December 20, 2021
Why did you retweet this? Must be OK FOR Gosar then, huh?
— akovia (@akovia1) December 20, 2021
How is it ok wether real or fake to kill someone? Heck the left freaked out on the cartoon about AOC. I guess if it serves your point it’s ok?
— stephbred (@SBrediger) December 20, 2021
Even Trump-hating Republicans took exception to Molloy resurrecting her old meme:
Given the — justified — condemnation of Paul Gosar for tweeting a meme of him killing another legislator (AOC in fact), this seems pretty ill-advised, imho. https://t.co/SQzjg3HDLj
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahDispatch) December 20, 2021
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