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If you want to see the Left’s true face you need only consider its joyous, tweeting venom at the death of billionaire philanthropist and political donor David Koch.
“David Koch is gone. It’s a celebration,” tweeted Frederick Joseph, who made Forbes “30 under 30” for his efforts to “expand media representation.”
“I hope his soul suffers for eternity,” added Jordan Weissman, who writes about economics and public policy for Slate. He described Koch, as a “villain.”
Another tweet: “David Koch was a villain who devoted his wealth to further enriching himself and his fellow plutocrats, while spinning us all toward environmental doom. I don’t believe in an afterlife, but if there is one, I hope his soul suffers for eternity.”
And yet another: “One half of the evil brother duo, David Koch, is dead at 79.”
Many more of them simply are unprintable.
Koch’s crime? He funded conservative causes, GOP candidates and a libertarian agenda that helped reshape American politics. He also gave more than a billion dollars to charity, but there is not much mention of any of that.
If you want to see the Left’s true face …