The irony here is hilariously sad. https://t.co/5W0fLlkfqp
— Chris Egan (@cwegan) February 20, 2017
Ever since the election, media outlets have been reporting that ads for roommates or room rentals including some form of “no Trump supporters” stipulation have been on the rise. Over the weekend, a woman who made the same demand in a “roommate wanted” ad explained the reason:
— LawNewz (@law_newz) February 20, 2017
There’s video at the link. Irony spotters had a field day:
Fighting bigots through bigotry.https://t.co/vCZJSpIHuk
— Jason Price (@RepublicanPunk) February 20, 2017
Sounds like she's the bigot. https://t.co/jcajMb6C0T
— Chris Stamper (@CStamper_) February 20, 2017
The bigotry is coming from inside the house! https://t.co/dKUBkRGbHJ
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) February 20, 2017
— Teresa Jackson (@RestoreHonor) February 20, 2017
Guess she never learned irony in school… https://t.co/N24NObHArR
— Patrick A. Mendes (@nikeman310) February 20, 2017
@law_newz Bigotry is bigotry……and too often liberals do not recognize their actions to be bigoted…..
— R Whisk (@RWhisk1) February 20, 2017
— Jon Carlucci (@SayHeyKid19) February 20, 2017
— ElaineFox (@ElaineFox) February 20, 2017
@law_newz The ad is actually protecting OTHER people from a bigot.
— Steve Kirby (@Skinny_Steve_A1) February 20, 2017
@law_newz Who's going to protect her from her own bigotry?
— Gruncle Pooch (@Pooch7171) February 20, 2017