Democrats are the least tolerant people on the planet, especially the United States. We see that every day.

Don’t agree with them?

They’ll burn down your business.

They can’t win a debate on ideas so they will shut you down, censor you, go after you and your family personally. 

Do they care about minorities? Nope. Only democrat minorities.

If you are a black republican, they have no qualms calling you every disgusting slur they can come up with.

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And they get away with it. They get a pass in the media because they are democrats.

So it was no surprise when Pennsylvania democratic congressman Conor Lamb’s brother Coleman, who is his campaign manager and spokesperson, told republican candidate Sean Parnell to “burn in hell and die” on Saturday when he retweeted the sentiment from someone calling for Parnell’s death.

Connor Lamb is a lawyer whose family has been involved in politics dating back to his grandfather. They’re an entitled family who obviously thinks the media is going to run cover for them so they can continue their family rule.

Parnell issued a statement about the incident, saying, “It is disappointing that Conor Lamb’s brother, a leader in his campaign, would stoop so low as to call for the death of a political opponent. It is distasteful and hateful rhetoric that has no place in political discourse.”

Parnell went on to say,”In the spirit of today’s cancel culture, one would expect calls for Coleman Lamb’s immediate dismissal. However, I believe that everyone needs a little grace from time to time. As despicable as Coleman Lamb’s comments are, everyone makes mistakes, and I hope that Coleman Lamb, Conor Lamb, and their campaign team can learn from it.”

So far, two days later…no apology on Conor Lamb’s Twitter account. No apology on Coleman’s Twitter account either.

No surprise.