WOW! Liberal Won’t Donate to Texas Because ‘Some Victims’ Voted Trump



Liberalism is a mental disorder.
Not even medicine will help cure it, you must totally disavow all progressive politics in order to have a hope of surviving this catastrophic illness.
No one has it worse than liberals who are so angry, hateful, and vile, that they won’t donate, support, pray for, or help people in Texas because they “may have” voted for President Trump.
That’s what one Houston native is saying about their girlfriend.
Wow, we think it may be time for this person to upgrade and get a new chick!
From IJR
In a Q&A with Slate’s “Dear Prudence,” a Houston native says her girlfriend won’t donate to victims of the catastrophic Hurricane Harvey because some of them voted for President Trump in the 2016 elections.
“I come from the Houston area and have been heartbroken about the damage and scenes from Harvey,” the unnamed female guest begins. “I decided to donate $250 and asked my girlfriend if she would match it.”
The guest says her girlfriend agreed, but when asked to whom she donated, she said she donated to an animal rights organization.
“I know she’s absolutely nuts about animals, especially our own dogs, but to give to animals when people are in trouble seems heartless to me,” the guest says. “She’s much more politically active than I am, and I finally asked if she did that to avoid the possibility of giving money to someone who voted for Trump, and she admitted that was one of the reasons.”
The two have been fighting ever since the girlfriend stated her reasons for not wanting to help Harvey victims:
I think that’s awful, and we’ve been fighting about it ever since. She thinks as a gay woman I should see her side, but I just can’t. There are good people everywhere, and she went out of her way to avoid helping. We’ve been fighting about this ever since. Who is right?
Despite Slate’s left-leaning repertoire, Ortberg slams the girlfriend’s “bizarre moral calculus” and tells her guest to keep fighting on it.
“It took me a few times to parse this letter, because at first I thought your girlfriend was somehow concerned that someone in the Red Cross might have voted for Trump, but it sounds like she is actually reluctant to support human flood victims on the off chance that they may have voted for him, which is nonsensical and unconscionable,” says Ortberg.
Ortberg’s response is dramatically different from a response she gave last year, when she suggested a woman divorce her husband because he supported Donald Trump for president.
“I just can’t get past [my husband’s support for Trump] and can’t help to think this reveals something about my husband’s character that I didn’t know,” the woman wrote to Ortberg back in March 2016. “Also, I find it embarrassing. I usually am pretty open-minded about other people’s beliefs, but this is just proving to be a thorn in my side. How do I get past this? Or do I need to get past it?”
Ortberg told the woman her political differences with her husband are “more than a thorn in your side,” and depending on what part of Trump’s character he appreciates, he might have some qualities that are “fundamentally” out of place in the marriage.
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