Can we talk about the “inappropriate tone” of Donald Trump?

Yesterday, we published a story about a visit the Secret Service recently made to the home of B-actor Tom Arnold for threatening the beheading of President Trump on Twitter.

Almost daily, one can find an unhinged liberal threatening the life of Donald Trump, as well as his supporters.

Yet, all we seem to hear about from the fake news media is how Trump will have a hard time winning the votes of suburban women in 2020, because of his “tone”…LOL!

Today, a new low was reached by an unhinged liberal lawmaker in Illinois when she openly confessed that she’d like to see her Republican colleague and his family infected with a life-threatening bacteria.

Fox News reports – A Democratic state lawmaker in Illinois is facing calls to resign after saying Tuesday she wanted to mix a “broth of Legionella” bacteria to infect the “loved one” of her Republican colleague.

The remark by state Rep. Stephanie Kifowit, directed at GOP Rep. Peter Breen, came amid a heated debate over a bill aimed at helping families of those who died or became sickened by a Legionnaires’ outbreak at state-run veterans home.

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The Republican had raised questions about the details and cost of the plan, which Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner had vetoed. It called for raising the cap on damages the state could pay in civil cases from $100,000 to $2 million, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

“And, yes, we know the personal injury lawyers are going to make out like bandits, which they tend to do anytime they come to the General Assembly,” Breen said.

That prompted the Democrat, who co-sponsored the proposal, to lash out at him.

“To the representative from Lombard, I would like to make him a broth of Legionella and pump it into the water system of his loved one so that they can be infected, they can be mistreated, they can sit and suffer by getting aspirin instead of being properly treated and ultimately die,” she said.

Chicago Sun-Times reports – State Rep. Stephanie Kifowit later took to the floor and Twitter “to clarify” her comments, saying they were “misinterpreted.”

The remark came just before the Illinois House voted 71-36 to override Gov. Bruce Rauner’s amendatory veto of a bill to increase the cap the state pays in civil litigation cases from $100,000 to $2 million. The legislation passed in May and was meant to help the families of those affected by a deadly Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at the Illinois Veterans Home in Downstate Quincy. Thirteen residents have died and dozens others were sickened from the outbreak. Twelve families have filed suit.

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