More liberal tolerance: Fox News’ Kat Timpf chased out of establishment, abused because of where she works

On Sunday morning, Fox News personality Kat Timpf said on Twitter that she was run out of an establishment, chewed out and abused because of where she works.  Timpf did not elaborate what establishment she was run out of.

As Twitchy notes, Timpf is hardly a die-hard Trump supporter and is “really pretty moderate in the grand scheme of things…”  So why attack her?

Because she works at Fox News.

Naturally, there were those on the left who condoned the attack.

Quite a few wondered what establishment she was run out of so they could either avoid it or make sure they had protection.

Others suggested that it’s time to stand up to left-wing bullies:

Twitchy noted:  “Imagine the shrieking if Conservatives started harassing well-known Leftist media types and Democrats in public – they’d accuse them of being domestic terrorists.”

Of course, we don’t need to imagine…

One Twitter user observed:


Exit question: How much worse will it get?


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