Democrat Says THIS About Christmas Massacre… Instantly Regrets It

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Democrat Says THIS About Christmas Massacre... Instantly Regrets It

A Democrat decided to make light of the Christmas Massacre in which at least six people have been killed, and at least fifty were injured, and is now facing severe backlash for it.

 

Mary Lemanski, who was the social media director for the Democrat Party in DuPage County, Illinois, sent out a series of tweets commenting on the attack, comparing it to the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict in a truly despicable way.

“It was probably just self-defense,” Lemanski tweeted.

Democrat Says THIS About Christmas Massacre... Instantly Regrets It

“Living in Wisconsin, he probably felt threatened,” another tweet read.

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“I’m sure he didn’t want to hurt anyone. He came to help people,” Lemanski added in her sarcasm-filled tirade.

“I’m sad anytime anyone dies. I just believe in Karma and this came around quick on the citizens of Wisconsin,” she continued.

“You reap what you sow. It’s sad people died, but when you open the door to vigilante justice, everyone seems threatening,” Lemanski wrote in yet another tweet.

She has since scrubbed her Twitter account completely, and several outlets have reported that she has resigned her position as social media director for the Democrat Party in DuPage County.

Democrat Says THIS About Christmas Massacre... Instantly Regrets It

Journalists and other prominent leftists also joined in on making disgusting comments about the terrorist attack.

“It’s okay. The driver in Waukesha was afraid for his life and defending himself from the unarmed holiday crowd. That’s Wisconsin law now,” Chris Wiggins, a so-called journalist, tweeted.

Unlike most of the people making these comments, Wiggins has no shame. The “journalist” has chosen to leave his tweet up and is effectively doubling down on his sociopathic statement, despite receiving nothing but criticism.

“I saw a video with beautiful children marching and the next moment a car driving through them. What happened to you to post such a Tweet?” one response read.

Another prominent leftist, Jon Rappoport, also received extreme backlash over his comments on the attack, in which he wrote: “The red SUV was acting in self-defense.”

He attempted to walk back his statement, but no one was buying it. Rappoport has since deleted his Twitter account, but that hasn’t stopped the internet from calling him out.

“The left cried the whole weekend about two criminals who died trying to kill a minor. Then ‘blue wave’ left wing operatives like Jon Rappoport mock victims of a real, unprovoked attack on civilians. Do they not see the hypocrisy or think of consequences w/ a public LinkedIn?” podcast host Elijah Schaffer tweeted.