We’ve all seen the signs in our neighbor’s front yards. They usually begin with “In this house, we believe,” and are followed up with a list of victim categories, a show of support for the violent Marxist BLM movement, a jab at anyone who doesn’t believe in man-made climate change, and a push for open borders. The message at the bottom of the sign reads, “Love Is Love,” and “Kindness Is Everything.”
Some of the signs, like this one in the photo below, that was taken an upscale neighborhood in Michigan, that reads: “White Silence Is Violence, Black Lives Matter,” are homemade, but the idea behind the messaging is the same—We’re better than our neighbors because we care—and our sign proves it.
The reality about the people who place these “I’m better than my neighbor because I’m more tolerant than they are,” signs in their front yards couldn’t be any further the truth. These are the same people who defend the violent, Marxist BLM and Antifa mobs responsible for burning down cities, and violently attacking innocent citizens and law enforcement officers.
How do the kind-hearted liberals that place signs in front of their homes to convince their neighbors of their superior humanity, react when President Trump and his wife, Melania are diagnosed with COVID-19? With pure, unbridled hatred.
This morning, former CNN host, Piers Morgan shared a tweet from Zara Rahim, a former Obama White House staffer and former national spokesperson for Hillary Clinton in 2016. “It’s been against my moral identity to tweet this for the past four years, but, I hope he dies,” Rahim tweeted in response to President Trump and Melania Trump’s positive COVID test.
Morgan called her tweet, “Shocking & shameful”
Shocking & shameful.
This now deleted tweet was the reaction to President Trump testing positive for Covid-19 from @ZaraRahim – former Obama White House staffer and Hillary Clinton’s former 2016 National Spokeswoman. pic.twitter.com/FKYGGPfWf9
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 2, 2020
When this Trump supporter tweeted a photo of President Trump with a “Get well soon,” message, an intolerant liberal commented, “What a nice picture for his funeral.”
What a nice picture for his funeral
— Wash hands, wear masks, social distancing (@tiredoflifesg) October 2, 2020
In response to President Trump’s announcement on Twitter that he and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID, this Twitter user shared an image of a casket being carried while the pallbearers dance.
Speedy recovery Mr President pic.twitter.com/KphlHLCHfo
— The Real Red John (@bigtyme187) October 2, 2020
This Twitter user, who likely sits behind their keyboard with an “In this house” sign in the front yard, claims Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a hand in President Trump contracting the Wuhan virus.
— 🌸🌺Marilyn Moo🌺🌼💍 (@EMartin100111) October 2, 2020
The hatred for anyone the left doesn’t agree with isn’t limited to social media.
Only moments after the debate ended on Tuesday, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, who regularly shames the President of The United States for his views, referred to President Trump as, “OBESELY immoral.” Cooper’s remarks were clearly a jab at President Trump’s weight and a reminder of how vile and petty the left can be while pretending to be the moral authority for all of America.
— Prabal Gurung (@prabalgurung) September 30, 2020
The next time you see one of these “In this house, we believe” signs in your neighborhood, there’s a pretty good chance that despite what the sign in front of their house advertises, inside, it’s very likely they’re some of the most intolerant people you’ve ever met.