NYT contributor: ‘There is not a single good person who voted for Trump’

On Sunday, Patrick S. Tomlinson, a contributor to the anti-Trump New York Times, did his part to foment hate and violence against some 60 million Americans when he declared that not one singe good person voted for Donald Trump.

“There is not a single good person who voted for Trump. Not one,” he said on Twitter.

Not one.  Out of 60 million, not one.

Naturally, his comment didn’t sit too well with many:

Tomlinson doubled down and falsely claimed that Trump was “installed via a foreign-led coup.”

Don’t give him any ideas…

Tomlinson responded:


Rule of law? Seriously?  You mean the same rule of law that let crooked Hillary get off with violating the Espionage Act?


One can’t — because presidents aren’t chosen by the popular vote, only the Electoral College.  But that apparently doesn’t matter to some.


Which prompted Tomlinson to violate Godwin’s Law and play the Hitler card:

Because, of course, to liberals and Never-Trumpers, anyone who supports or voted for Trump is literally Hitler.  That’s how insane they’ve become.


Of course, this is the kind of nonsense that led James Hodgkinson to shoot Rep. Steve Scalise in an effort to mass murder Republicans.  It’s also the kind of idiocy that’s pushing America to a second bloody civil war, which hatemongers like Tomlinson apparently want.

Tomlinson, by the way, claims to be a conservative.  Personally, I have a very difficult time believing it…

Seems I’m not the only one who questions Tomlinson’s “conservatism”…


Is it just me, or have you noticed that Trump-haters like Tomlinson are so brave online, when they can hide behind their keyboards?

Our response to Tomlinson?

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