Liberals are only for “tolerance” when it means tolerance of liberal intolerance. Antonin Scalia passed away yesterday, and liberals politicized his death faster than a school shooting.As compiled by Breitbart and Twitchy, here’s a sampling of the hate.
Anthony Jeselnik, “comedian”
Funny. I actually support Scalia on this one.— Anthony Jeselnik (@anthonyjeselnik) February 13, 2016
Glenn Greenwald, former contributor to Salon and The Guardian
Don't even try to enforce the inapplicable don't-speak-ill-of-the-dead "rule" for the highly polarizing, deeply consequential Antonin Scalia— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) February 13, 2016
Tomas Rios, Vocativ Senior Editor
Scalia was a monster and no one's job entitles them to respect. https://t.co/q4v0Kk1ZFJ— Tomás Ríos (@TheTomasRios) February 13, 2016
Adam Mansbach, author
I'm glad Scalia lived long enough to see gay marriage become the law of the land.— Adam Mansbach (@adammansbach) February 13, 2016
Jess Dweck, writer for The Tonight Show
Now Scalia will know what it's like to have the government own his body.
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) February 13, 2016
Dean Obeidallah, Muslim comedian
Considering that next president will likely pick the person to replace Scalia expect the Koch Bros+Big $ Republicans to really stop Trump
— Dean Obeidallah (@Deanofcomedy) February 13, 2016
Ireezy III, senior writer at MTV News
I for one, will not dance on Scalia’s grave. My mother taught me not to waste that much money on airfare. pic.twitter.com/xubgzIYzDu
— Ireezy III (@ira) February 13, 2016
And some randoms:
I mean, if you don't want your death politicized, don't lead a repugnant and profoundly influential political life.
— Charles Finch (@CharlesFinch) February 13, 2016
Obi-Wan confirms Scalia's death: "I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in orgiastic joy…"
— Connor Kilpatrick (@ckilpatrick) February 13, 2016
And if that wasn’t enough, cue the racist attacks against Clarence Thomas
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) February 13, 2016
If he dies during Black History Month, I'll never question God again. RT @Deprogrammer9: Fingers crossed Clarence Thomas is next!
— Chaka El Debarz (@ChakaSwan) February 13, 2016
— Ricky L. Jones (@DrRickyLJones) February 13, 2016
While Republicans honored Scalia’s legacy at last night’s debate, Hillary was busy joking about how she’d fill his seat with a liberal Justice.
Rahn Emmanuel infamously said that “you never want to let a serious crisis go to waste,” but it’s really tragedies that liberals never want to see go to waste.
[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]