Actor & Reporter Hope Coronavirus Kills Trump & His Voters, Rush Destroys Them

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Berin Szoka, who is a reporter for the Washington Post, was caught hoping President Donald Trump was killed by the coronavirus claiming it would be “poetic justice.” Comedian-actor Patton Oswalt is imagining Trump supporters dying from COVID-19. That’s when Rush Limbaugh utterly destroyed them and their Democrat cohorts. You’ll love this.

Patton Oswalt, Rush Limbaugh, Berin Szoka (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

The leftwing media can’t understand why the majority of Americans don’t trust them. In fact, many people loathe them. When Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, he quickly turned the once great newspaper into pure leftist propaganda.

Berin Szoka is one of the Trump-haters hired to spew Bezos’ rhetoric. So, no one was really shocked when he gleefully imagined the president being killed by the coronavirus and called it “poetic justice.”

Szoka tweeted: “Serious question: could there possibly any greater poetic justice in the universe than for Trump to die of #CPACvirus?”

Then, there’s the Trump-hating actor Patton Oswalt. Oswalt said in December that every person who voted for and still supports President Trump is a “stupid asshole.”

“The President is a stupid asshole and if you voted for him you’re a stupid asshole and if you still support him you’re a stupid asshole,” the Hollywood celebrity said.

Now, he took it a step further. “MAGAt dying from COVID-19: ‘Why did the *cough* media treat Trump so *cough cough* unfairly…'” the leftwing actor posted.

Little did Szoka and Oswalt know that Rush Limbaugh had warned Americans that the Trump-haters would be doing the Democrats bidding.

Rush noted that the Democrats and their leftist media cohorts would be hyping the coronavirus believing the suffering of Americans would gain them the White House. Szoka also posts anything on his Twitter-feed that says the coronavirus will wipe out millions of Americans.

“The Democrats are sitting there, like Rahm Emanuel, and they’re rubbing their hands together and they’re salivating over the fact that [the coronavirus] is going to provide an opening for the Democrats,” Rush said. “I guarantee you we’ve not gotten to this point where a political party will benefit profoundly by happily noting the suffering of its voters. Democrats, you better be real careful that you’re not seen this way.”

“I’m gonna make sure that [Leftists] are seen this way,” Limbaugh warned. “You are seen as hoping to profit on the illness and the discomfort and the destruction, distraction, the upset of normalcy that people are experiencing in their lives, that’s the kind of thing you want to profit from or benefit from? It ain’t gonna happen. You might sit there and dream about it thinking you’ve got George W. Bush and Katrina 2 happening here, but you’re off and dreaming.”

Rush says this is exactly what the Democrats do, claim Trump is guilty of something but it never materializes.

“It’s always Trump’s fault before the facts are known. And when the facts are finally known and when the media is proven to be dramatically wrong again, they are never held to account,” Rush added. “They are never to blame for whatever mess they have made, for whatever drive-by confusion they have made created.”

Szoka attempts to make lame excuses for his remarks, and Americans make him regret it. 

“I’d never wish death upon anyone but I get why people read it that way. For that, I’m sorry Like many, I’ve been distraught at systematic downplaying of this crisis. My tweet came not from a place of malice but from deepest concern It doesn’t express my organization’s opinion,” Szoka posted.

Dan Bongino’s website “The Bongino Report” called out Szoka after he started making excuses for his post. “‘I’d never wish death upon anyone’ – guy who wished death upon someone,” Bongino Report tweeted.

“People like you is one of the main reasons why Trump was elected, and will get re-elected in November. For that I want to thank you,” tweeted “North Jersey Guy.”

“Shame on you for having that wicked thought in the first place. You said it, no walking it back. The damage is done!” tweeted “Willy Reared.”

“You’re not alone in your thoughts of wishing us all dead. You’re a member of the club now,” tweeted “Free2BeMe23.”

“I call BS!!!! You said it, you meant it. Now you’re being a coward and backpedaling because someone called you out for it. Your MALICE against President Trump was very CLEAR,” tweeted “FloridaGirl108.”

Some netizens are wondering why Twitter hasn’t suspended Berin Szoka or Patton Oswalt. There seems to be no justice for conservatives on the big social media platforms. Everything has become political, and the Democrats’ influence is evident with those in charge of the largest social media companies.

So, it has come to this sad fact: The Democrats and their cohorts like Szoka and Oswalt are really hoping the coronavirus wipes out millions of Americans. They are so desperate to win back the White House, and the thought of people dying is just a “means to an end.”

They are just following the Communist Manifesto, which says “the end justifies the means.” The Democrats are now the party of death, and they have embraced this hardcore leftist way of viewing human life, where life is not valued at all.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.