A Washington Post writer unloaded on President Trump and previous members of his administration in a deranged rant summoning for the Republican Party to be “burned down.” Leaving not one “survivor.” The Post’s alleged “conservative” writer, Jennifer Rubin, took her hatred for Trump to a different level. As she slammed past Trump officials on MSNBC Sunday’s “AM Joy.”
Addressing the leave of former White House press secretaries Sarah Sanders and Sean Spicer, Rubin argued they should be “shunned” for the remainder of their lives after MSNBC host Joy Reid proclaimed that “this is an advanced administration that is critical. What we should be doing is bashing these people. Bashing and humiliating these people is an account of moral indignation,” Rubin smugly announced.
“These people are not suited for polite civilization,” she claimed, citing how the University of Virginia employed a previous Trump member for a period of time.
“I think that it’s’ completely disgusting that any organization of higher learning, any news system or any production organization that has a news outlet would employee these people,” she said, countering to debate on Spicer being named part of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” cast and Sanders goes on to the Fox News Channel.
“It’s not only that President Trump has to lose, but also that all his supporters have to lose. We have to collectively, in nature, burn down the Republican Party,” Rubin declared, with zero pushback from either of the other liberals on the show who would cry foul if the remarks were uttered by Trump or other conservatives. “We have to level them, if there are survivors if there are people who weather this storm, they will do it repeatedly. They will take this as evidence that ‘Hey, it just pays to ride the waves, look at me, I have made it through,'” she replied.
Rubin argued, “This has shifted a dysfunctional anti-government party. That is not what the nation wants nor what it requires. And the proof is in the pudding, the purpose they engage in voter suppression is that their underlying schedule is quite unpopular.
No one’s in favor, it sets out, of revoking people’s health care. People don’t like it when you go after Medicaid and Medicare,” she continued. The supposedly right-leaning writer went on to support Democrats while maintaining her violent speech against Republicans, writing her hopes for a “leveled” GOP. “Rubin stated, “and if they don’t, then they’re going to fail election after election. And, frankly, that would suffice as well.
My hope is that Democrats don’t squander it, my hope is that Democrats are able to pull together a coalition that’s big enough to govern, and that we can have some sane governance for a period of time.” Rubin obviously did not see any issues with her cries for violent opposition to the “manic president,” as she referred to President Trump in an opinion article for The Washington Post.