Folks, I hate to bring attention to Ken Jennings, but I feel it’s important for you to see the level of hate and contempt the so-called liberal elites have for normal Americans who support President Trump.  The Daily Wire has the story:

When Diane from Connecticut saw that the 80s sitcom ALF earned a potential reboot, she was ecstatic. Not because she was personally a fan of the show, necessarily, but because it brought up fond memories of her son, Timothy, who passed when he was just 24.

She tweeted that she was glad the show was coming back because it reminded her of her dead son.  “ALF was my son’s favorite character. He had so many ALF puppets. When he died we buried them together and had an ALF engraved into his head stone. Then my daughter got an ALF tatoo in honor of her brother. No matter what, ALF is special to our family.

She was surprised when Seattle-based Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings decided to use her sweet reflection as a moment to mock and malign her.

“This awful MAGA grandma is my favorite person on Twitter,” he said.

The condescension dripping from that tweet almost made my computer malfunction.  This is yet another impressive example of leftist hate (oh-but-I-repeat-myself).  Liberals like to talk about “privilege” but they are the first ones to brutally mock those they perceive as inferior to them socially.

“Alex, I’ll take hypocrisy for $100.”

Hat Tip: Daily Wire

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