SICK Leftists mock storm-ravaged Missouri residents, saying deadly tornado was ‘karma’ for passing pro-life abortion bill

Saturday, May 25, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Friday, May 24, 2019

Rush Limbaugh famously eschews Twitter because he believes that it’s not really a form of social media as much as it is a social media sewer.

And after the way his fellow Missourians were treated on the platform after a deadly F-3 tornado ripped through the southeastern portion of the state capital, Jefferson City, Wednesday night, as well as surrounding towns, there is little doubt that he’s correct.

Following the tornado, which reports said struck around 11:30 p.m. and destroyed homes and buildings while damaging businesses, apartment complexes, and churches, Gov. Mike Parson (R) took to Twitter the following morning to advise all “non-essential” government employees not to report to work due to damage to state buildings.

“Due to the tornado and severe weather in Jefferson City last night we are asking that all non-essential state employees in the Jefferson City area remain at home,” Parson wrote. “We have damage to state buildings and power is down in some areas. Please be safe!”

A user named Cameron Gray documented “some of the replies by unhinged leftists” to the governor’s post.

Clearly god is punishing you for being so anti-women and passing your hateful legislature, Listen to Her,” wrote one user who obviously has no schooling in religion and little in the way of writing coherent sentences.

“Maybe stop trying to legislate woman’s reproductive choices and instead focus on addressing #climatechange in the near future,” wrote another, oblivious to the fact that while the climate may be ‘changing,’ there isn’t anything a piece of legislation will do to stop it.

And so on.

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