Where to start?

MSNBC reporter Adam Serwer wrote a column about conservatives “freaking out” about #PajamaBoy.

For starters, the claims included this:

“Emblem of an increasingly non-white electorate”? Yeah, he wrote that.


Some things you have to read to believe:

Conservatives are calling Pajama Boy a symbol of Obama supporters’ un-American dependence on government, but at this point he’s more of a vehicle for conservatives to express their anxiety about losing wars, political and cultural. For them, Pajama Boy is yet another emblem of an increasingly non-white electorate, a young population that believes in a stronger welfare state, gender equality and LGBT rights.

But it didn’t stop there. The author also alleges those mocking #PajamaBoy are engaging in cyberbullying:

As well as homophobia:

The super-charged mockery has been purposefully misidentified as anger and hate.