Scratch a liberal, find a Christophobic, bigoted hatemonger. On Friday, the Washington Free Beacon posted videos of liberal hatemongers freaking out during the opening prayer and Pledge of Allegiance that opened a town hall by Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La.
According to the Free Beacon:
Cassidy scheduled the town hall to discuss various issues including immigration, health care, and the economy. However, many people in the crowd would not listen to Cassidy, and instead heckled him and yelled out slogans commonly heard at anti-Republican rallies.
Before Cassidy addressed the crowd and took questions, Louisiana State chaplain Dr. Michael Sprague announced that he would begin the prayer. As soon as he said “prayer” the crowd erupted.
Several people could be heard yelling, “Prayer? Prayer?” while other people yelled, “Separation of church and state.”
Another person added, “Pray on your own time. This is our time.”
The yelling softened as the prayer went on, but erupted again when Sprague concluded, “We pray in Jesus’ name.”
Several people began yelling about the separation of church and state again.
Peter Hasson noted that one woman can be heard shouting the name “Lucifer” while the chaplain invokes God’s name.
Here’s the first video:
And the second:
Things weren’t any better when a veteran led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. Many of the haters sat down and continued yelling at Cassidy, the Free Beacon said.
“I guess leftists really do hate America. I did not want to believe it, but I am convinced they will now do anything to bring this country to an end.,” one person said on YouTube.
“Liberals are freaks,” another person added.
This, by the way, is the Borg-like collective known as the modern American left. Democrats should be proud…
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