A longtime Democratic Representative found himself in hot-water over the weekend after he viciously joked about drowning Donald Trump in the Potomac river; prompting laughs and widespread applause from the liberal audience.
Rep. Alcee Hastings was speaking at a rally Sunday when he recounted a joke he heard from a left-leaning colleague, saying “Do you know the difference between a crisis and a catastrophe? … A crisis is if Donald Trump falls into the Potomac River and can’t swim … a catastrophe is if anybody saves his a**.”
The legislator’s comments come just weeks after fellow Dem. Rep. Maxine Waters urged supporters to harass senior Trump officials at “restaurants” and “department stores.”
Watch the vicious joke above.
A NEW LOW: Grown Man THROWS Drink in Teen’s Face, Steals Pro-Trump Hat
The liberal rage towards President Trump and his supporters reached a stunning new low this week after footage surfaced of a grown man throwing his drink in a teen’s face and running off with his ‘Make America Great Again’ hat.
The 16-year old teenager was attacked in a Texas burger restaurant out of the blue; telling reporters he was quietly eating with a friend when the man approached them and began harassing the young men.
“F*** the president,” screamed the man, adding “You ain’t supporting s***!”
According to Fox News, the adult was reportedly fired from his job after footage of the incident went viral on social media.
“I support my president and if you don’t, let’s have a conversation about it instead of ripping my hat off. I just think a conversation about politics is more productive for the entire whole rather than taking my hat and yelling subjective words to me,” said 16-year-old Hunter Richard.
CNN SNOWFLAKE: Acosta Urges Reporters to ‘STICK TOGETHER’ Against Sarah Sanders
CNN’s Jim Acosta took his war of words against the White House to a new level this week, urging reporters to “stick together” to challenge Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during her daily press briefings.
The White House correspondent issued the call on social media Monday afternoon, saying journalists should “insist on answers if somebody is cut off” by the Press Secretary.
“One way to address the briefing is for reporters to stick together when the press sec cuts somebody off. Ideally we could and should insist on answers if somebody is cut off. We don’t do that as much as we should. Problem is there is so little time and so many pressing q’s,” tweeted Acosta.
One way to address the briefing is for reporters to stick together when the press sec cuts somebody off. Ideally we could and should insist on answers if somebody is cut off. We don't do that as much as we should. Problem is there is so little time and so many pressing q's.
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) June 4, 2018
Acosta’s outright hostility towards the White House is nothing new, with the senior correspondent coming under fire months ago after he publicly harassed the President and his family during the White House Easter Egg festivities.