Video: Outrage After Dem Strategist Mocks Polio Victim McConnell, Refuses To Apologize

Conservative Tribune | 4/4/2019 | Benjamin DeKraker
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“Remember, when they go low, we go high.” None other than Hillary Clinton posted that quote on her official Twitter account back in 2016, about a month before her upset loss in the presidential election.

She was quoting Michelle Obama, who urged Democrats to stay positive and above pettiness even at a time when political mud-slinging seemed to be a national pastime. The message was a pretty good one, even coming from an Obama: Even when things get heated, we should still be compassionate toward one another.

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But oh how times have changed. Despite frequently lecturing people about civility and fretting about the occasional pettiness from the president, the left seems to have fallen far below their own ideals.

In the latest example of vileness coming from the left, one of Hillary Clinton’s former political advisers just posted one of the most hateful and spiteful tweets so far this year — and he shows no remorse over doing it.

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Adam Parkhomenko is a Democratic strategist with close ties to the Clinton campaign and the DNC. “Parkhomenko was co-founder and executive director of Ready for Hillary, a grassroots effort that organized millions of Americans on behalf of Secretary Clinton,” his own bio says. He also worked as a field director for the DNC.

So what did this liberal adviser decide to do with his official, confirmed Twitter account? He used it to mock a polio survivor and senior citizen. We wish we were joking.

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On Thursday morning, Parkhomenko posted a video of Republican Senator Mitch McConnell falling awkwardly while trying to step up onto an elevated stage at a campaign event, before he was helped up by staff members. With comical music overlayed over the clip, there was no doubt that Parkhomenko meant to ridicule the senator.

Let’s be honest, a good pratfall can certainly be funny, but...
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