Pot. Kettle. Black.

BONUS:

Democrats and their allies in the Corporate Media Complex have made an art-form out of defining Conservatives as:

"RAAACISTS"

"HOMOPHOBIC"

"BIGOTS"

And all sorts of other derogatory labels that quite frankly apply to Democrats and not to most Conservatives.

Most Conservatives (ESPECIALLY Conservative Christians) don’t give a rats butt about skin tone or sexual orientation. As Christians, we love all of Gods children. We don’t love some of the activities of all of Gods children –  but we love them nonetheless.

To be honest I HAVE ALWAYS been treated with kindness and respect in a room full of fellow Conservative Christians – despite them knowing full well that the only sports I watch is Women’s Gymnastics, and I only listen to show-tunes.

Meanwhile, in a room full of Democrats (ESPECIALLY LGBT DEMOCRATS!) I am treated with contempt, intolerance, and blatant hatred. I’ve been called: self-loathing, a traitor, crazy, a secret Nazi, a House Homo, and all sorts of other intolerant things.

Anyway, check out this story below to see the hypocrisy of the left – and how these people are the epitome of the pot calling the kettle black.

The Truth Fairy

via Breitbart:

December 5, 2017

She Is One of the Best There Is’: Verified Leftists Defend Joy Reid’s Homophobia

Verified left-wing Twitter users praised MSNBC’s Joy Reid after she apologized for posting homophobic remarks between 2007 and 2009.

In one post, Joan Walsh, an MSNBC political analyst and author of What’s the Matter With White People? called those who criticized Reid’s homophobia “trolls,” while “TV Personality” Scott Nevins claimed Reid’s homophobic insults towards Charlie Crist are justified “until he finally comes out.”

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