Democrat Senator Drops F-Bomb In Anti-Trump Rant


You expect members of Congress to keep a measure of decorum and tact but when it comes to anything-President Trump liberals have no filter nor a care for what they say or do.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) decided the only way she could even speak anything Donald Trump, while speaking at a Democrats the Personal Democracy Forum in New York City today, was to speak horribly, and state how he’s “apparently” failed at keeping his promises to the American people… and even threw in an F-BOMB.

“Has he kept his promises?” Gillibrand asked the audience rhetorically. “No. F*** no.”

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been known to say a colorful word or two every few minutes but I expect more out of our election officials. This just goes to show you how low Liberals have gotten. They think they’re connecting with the audience, their voters but stuff like this is why they KEEP LOSING!

I’m sure that this sort of behavior will ring true among her demographic but… overall this is why they keep losing and losing and losing.

What do you think? Is this acceptable?

As written for The Daily Wire by James Barrett:

“If we are not helping people, we should go the f*** home,” Gillibrand added, which The Hill notes is a line she used in an interview with New York magazine in April.

Gillibrand isn’t just any run-of-the-mill Democrat, the F-bomb-dropping New York senator is considered a leading voice in the party, contending with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and now California Sen. Kamala Harris, as one of the Left’s rising stars who many are hoping will end up shattering that “glass ceiling” that thwarted Hillary Clinton.

Undoubtedly, Gillibrand’s “colorful” language will only improve her standing among the hysterically anti-Trump party.

YIKES: Democrat Senator Drops F-Bomb In Anti-Trump Rant

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