Video of the Day: Insane foaming-at-the mouth leftist goes on unhinged rant, threatens to expose herself

On Sunday, the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill said she and Kevin Fries hit the streets of Washington, D.C. to talk to people attending the “Families Belong Together” rally held at Lafayette Square.

Hamill said she was going about her job when a rally attendee came up to her and starting verbally harassing her.

Hamill added:

The woman was visibly upset by a pro-life group that was peacefully demonstrating at the rally with banners about abortion. The woman lashed out at the pro-life activists and also TheDC employees who happened to be in the area.

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The question is: whatever happened to tolerance?

Here’s the video they posted, which shows an unhinged profane liberal woman literally foaming at the mouth.  At one point, she actually threatened to expose herself to them.  We’re not sure why, and fortunately, we were spared that spectacle. (Warning: Graphic language.)

A post at BB4SP noted:  “I hope this woman is able to find some peace and let go of the hate that fills her heart. CNN, MSNBC, and other propaganda outlets, as well as social media, are probably fueling her irrational derangement.”

Good luck with that…

As I’ve repeatedly said since 2011, liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of insane rage and hate.  Liberals like this person, prove that assertion correct on just about any given day.

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