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This weekend, Sarah Huckabee Sanders was politely asked to leave a restaurant in Virginia. Before that, Department of Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen -- fresh off of denying then excusing putting Mexican children in cages -- was shamed out of a Mexican restaurant. And Pam Bondi, the Florida AG, got her ass booed out of a screening of the Mr. Rogers documentary by a good citizen. Watch it, it was great!



Remember when Condi Rice got her ass shamed out of Ferragamo when she went shoeshopping during Katrina? Damn, that sounds like the exact same lady! (At least in our brains. The Condi-heckling woman was never Caught on Twitter Tape, for us to 'bate to.)

Well, the Washington punditry -- most recently seen DEMANDING JUSTICE for a joke about Shuckabee wearing eye shadow -- has had ENOUGH. They cannot believe the INCIVILITY of mean liberals doing actual murder by heckling people in public and refusing them service, a mere month after Sarah Huckabee Sanders herself invoked people's right to refuse service to gays.

And now Maxine Waters has pulled this car over and given them something to be outraged ABOUT!



"Let's make sure we show up wherever we have to show up," she urged. "If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere."
History is "not going to be kind to this administration," she said. "We want history to record that we stood up, that we pushed back, that we fought and that we did not consider ourselves victims of this president," she added.

Did you catch that part where she urged people to stick the administration's hand in a blender, just as she herself did to "journalist" Michael Tracey? No matter where you stand on the question of Punching Nazis, Waters did not call for violence, no matter how many times Ben Shapiro says so. She called for shame and heckling.

But David Axelrod, who has been getting more and more douche, is all het up.

And Meghan McCain, she is just IN A TIZZY.

Well, funny thing, Megs McCabe. A) Just last week, The Federalist -- a website founded and published by your husband, Ben Domenech -- printed this column, by a lunatic:

Close your eyes and imagine holding someone's scalp in your hands. I don't mean cradling his skull as you thousand-yard-stare at his lifeless face. I mean a real scalp, Indian-style, of some enemy you just killed on the battlefield; somebody you hated and who hated you back.

You killed him, won the day, carved off the top of his skull, and now you're standing over him victorious on the now-quiet field of battle, with a quiet breeze blowing through your hair. Your adrenaline is still pumping with that primal feeling of victory and the elation of having survived when others didn't.

But don't worry, he says, it's just a metaphor ... before ending hundreds of words later with

So, back to scalping thing. When you make that long trek to the reservation the leftists have set up for you—and make that trek you will—what memories do you want to take with you? When living in the liberal utopian nightmare of 57 genders and government control over everything in your life, you will want to have been a Lakota. You'll want to know, to remember, even just cherish the knowledge that, one day, you rode out onto the plains and made them feel pain.

My goodness, what a metaphor! But Pam Bondi got yelled at in public and Sarah Huckabee Sanders didn't get to eat her cheese plate, so that is basically the same thing.

It's funny all the calls for civility. Here, for instance, is the Washington Post op-ed board with an argument that we can't argue with!

How hard is it to imagine, for example, people who strongly believe that abortion is murder deciding that judges or other officials who protect abortion rights should not be able to live peaceably with their families?

Oh wait, we CAN argue with that! See, Bill O'Reilly went on a crusade against an abortion doctor, George Tiller, until someone murdered Tiller in his church! Also, a guy shot up a Planned Parenthood just a couple years ago, killing three! And you may remember that we have "clinic escorts," because the godly people who love the babies love them so much they do real bad threats to the women walking from their cars to their doctors' offices. That's even more uncivil than saying SHAME PAM BONDI, SHAME!

They have been doing this to us for decades. They've been firing us from our jobs because we have a Dem bumper sticker on our cars. They've been refusing service to us if we're gay or black. Me, personally? I've been chased on the freeway with my small son in the car by people who took offense at my John Kerry sticker, because John Kerry is a communist, and been threatened with rape and murder more times than I can even remember. And now they're taking people's babies at the border and putting them in cages, and we're doing the UNHEARD OF uncivil thing of yelling "boo" at them and not letting them eat our risotto and garlic scapes, and the outcry is so bad you'd think somebody complimented Sarah Huckabee Sanders on her makeup.

They always set a bar for liberals that no conservative ever has to jump. They've been doing it since the Clinton Rules started. When they go low, we go high? Sure, a lot of the time. But say Sarah Huckabee Sanders wants to come to our home. Do we have to let her? What if she wants to borrow our car? Do we have to give her that too? What if she wants our husband, or our kids? Well, we wouldn't want to be unneighborly.

Just give Sarah your husband. Why can't you just share? You liberals always talk talk talk about sharing, but as soon as someone wants to take your kids, it's all just MINE MINE MINE!

Maxine Waters, as she so often is, is right. Be the public shamer you want to see in the world.

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