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Jun 26 2018

Pam Bondi Set Upon by Moonbats at Mr. Rogers Movie

No event could be more innocuous than the showing of a documentary on Mr. Rogers. But even there, radicalized liberals conspicuously fail to be good neighbors:

Protesters confronted Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a showing of a documentary about children’s TV host Fred Rogers, and they questioned the Republican’s stands on immigration and health care. The Tampa Bay Times reports Bondi received a police escort Friday when several members of Organize Florida confronted her as she left a Tampa theater after seeing “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” about Mr. Rogers.

Maxine Waters must be delighted. Good thing these emissaries of progressive enlightenment didn’t bring pliers and blowtorches.

On Monday, Bondi told Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends” that one protester spit on her head.

“Now I can’t say that was intentional because he was yelling so loud – I don’t know if it was just him spewing out of his mouth,” she said.

With moonbats, it is hard to tell the difference between deliberate spitting and their normal mode of communication, which is a cross between high-decibel banshee shriek and spittle-spewing lower primate gibbering.

Watch moonbat Maria Jose Chapa harangue Bondi, who is identifiable by her long blonde hair:

What would Mr. Rogers say?

When the Times asked Chapa if the documentary’s star would have handled the situation the same, she replied, “I’m not Mr. Rogers. I don’t have the poise or temperament of Mr. Rogers.”

I’ll say. Ms. Chapa has the poise and temperament of a rabid badger. She is in tune with the times among her fellow lefties.

On a tip from Pork_Soda.

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