Unhinged: Liberals attack Ivanka Trump for wishing Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah

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Liberalism, as I’ve said time and again since February 2011, is an ideology of rage and hate.  On Monday, Twitchy reported that liberals on Twitter went ballistic when Ivanka Trump tweeted a Christmas/Hanukkah greeting.

“This year is one of the rare and special occasions where Hanukkah and Christmas coincide. Merry Christmas & Happy Hanukkah!” she said.

And, Twitchy said, “since the tweet WAS lovely, the Left had to come in and attack Ivanka and her family.”

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Twitchy added:

THIS is obnoxious. Not only did they attack Ivanka for posting a Christmas / Hanukkah greeting, they went after her AS A WOMAN because let’s face it, there is no more sexist group than Democrats when it comes to women they disagree with. Many of the tweets on her thread were repugnant, so bad in fact that we will not share them, but the message throughout was attacking her as a woman, and for some odd reason berating her for mentioning Hanukkah.

It’s never too early to get added to the naughty list, Lefties. Keep it up.

Just think, we have at least four more years of this to go.


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