Video: Progressive socialist claims to have Ebola, tries to lick conservative protesters at Hillary event

hateI’ve said time and again that liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of rage and hate.

On Sunday, the Daily Caller reported that 63-year-old Larry Mitchell, a member of the St. Clair Shores Democratic Club, called himself a progressive socialist, claimed to have Ebola and threatened to give it to conservative students protesting outside an event where former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was speaking.  He then tried to lick the students, the Daily Caller added.

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“I just came from Texas. I have Ebola and now I’m going to give it to you,” he said.  He also called the students “fascists” and blamed their political views for the spread of Ebola.  In short, Mitchell is what we would call a low-information liberal hatemonger.

The action begins about 2:30 into the video, below:

It seems that he did manage to transfer some of his bodily fluids on one student, who pressed charges.

Mitchell, Campus Reform said, owned up to his actions, but said he really doesn’t have Ebola.

Nevertheless, Mitchell proves our assertion that liberalism is an ideology of rage and hate.


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