Via Twitter comes this tweet from conservative Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander:
It’s clear the intended target of Supervisor Alexander’s idiotic tweet was none other than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and when asked if she stood behind her tweet Sup. Alexander said she felt the tweet was appropriate.
Is it really appropriate to refer to the former first lady in this way?
Alexander, a conservative on the left-leaning County Board, thinks so.
She notes that people come up with nicknames for politicians all the time. For instance, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was dubbed The Governator and ex-President Bill Clinton was known as Slick Willie to his critics — and even some of his supporters.
Alexander, who is considered a possible candidate for the state Senate, said she found it interesting that people have jumped to the conclusion that she was referring to Hillary Clinton when she discussed “Ovary’s campaign.”
What’s truly disappointing is that as I write this, I have yet to see any condemnation of Sup. Alexander’s vile tweet by any of the progressives who have supported her in the past, leaving me to wonder if they support her vile rhetoric.