LMAO: Vile Leftists Turn Into Pearl Clutching Puritans Over Scaramucci’s Language

What? They suddenly have standards? Where were those standards before?

When Scaramucci blasted Priebus and Bannon in his now infamous Bannon quote, social media lit up.

They weren’t even sure how to reference it on TV.

The air was thick with giggling juvenile references to the old SNL cork soaker skit.

As though they hadn’t seen vile language before.

Puh-leeze.

Have they already forgotten when the sitting President and his homosexual accomplice on CNN renamed a political protest movement after a rather unpleasant homosexual act. (Defined here)

How many times have you seen Obama and Cooper dismissively call Americans whose only real objective was to have our government run within the mandate of the Constitution and keep spending from spiraling out of control ‘teabaggers’? Not a peep out of the press.

What about ‘“When are they going to get those f—ing ree-tards out of here?!”’ — Hillary Clinton during the Easter Egg hunt on White House lawn (of children with disabilities)

(Same article reference Hillary saying some rather choice racist remarks as well. The kind that would ruin other political careers.)

But even CNN is reporting on the casual use of Democrats swearing as part of the #resist effort.

Democrats in the post-2016 world have potty mouths.

Swearing has become such a part of Democratic stump speeches that profane clips have become routine in Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez’s speeches. With children on stage behind him, Perez told an audience in Las Vegas this weekend that Trump “doesn’t give a shit about health care.”
Perez, President Barack Obama’s former labor secretary, made similar comments earlier this year.
“They call it a skinny budget, I call it a shitty budget,” Perez said in Portland, Maine. —CNN

But strangely, the article wasn’t CRITICAL of it.

Maybe they didn’t think — like Joe Biden once did — that it was a ‘Big F–ing Deal

Of course, networks like CNN have been doing the same thing themselves. Reza Azlan, for example:

Or that one guy who worked for the ‘objective press’ that called Trump a piece of sh-t. Or Kathy Griffin — former employee of that same ‘objective press’ that did a mock beheading of Trump.

Or other reporters breathless use of charged words like ‘Hitlerian’ or ‘Pearl Harbor’ to describe Trump.

And there was Colbert’s lame assertion that our Duly-elected President was fellating Putin. Which is weird, considering that more accuartely describes Colbert’s own relationship with Obama.

Really, it looks like anything except the n-word is fair game. But mess up on that one, and they’ll take you behind the woodshed. Because, hey, ‘standards’ yo.

Politics is a rough sport. And the other side has been gloves off for a LONG time. If getting hit back offends the left, maybe the Left should start by reigning themselves in.

We’ve tried being genteel. That gave us two terms of Obama and resulted in having our own government agencies weaponized against us.

Conservatives are done with the ‘nice guy’ act. There’s too much at stake.

Our team has too often played the role of doormat and gotten steamrolled by their side. If pushing back means our guys sometimes go overboard in how aggressive they push back?

So be it.

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