It seems like only yesterday when Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand was slamming Donald Trump for his “dangerous rhetoric” in the wake of his tweet regarding Ilhan Omar’s 9/11 remarks. Actually, it was four days ago:

Well anyway, the woman who’s hoping to replace Donald Trump in the White House seems to have undergone a change of heart with regard to “dangerous rhetoric.” At least when she’s the person who’s spouting it:

Joan Walsh writes in the Nation:

The morning after her packed event in Davenport, I follow Gillibrand south to Muscatine—she is on a Mississippi River tour, visiting some of the Iowa counties that flipped from Obama to Trump in 2016—and she seeks me out to make sure I’ll be at her official campaign kickoff that coming Sunday, outside of the Trump International Hotel & Tower in New York. “We’re gonna punch Trump in the face!” she tells me, smiling broadly, literally jumping up and down. “It’s the New York way!” Then she hops in her car to race to her next event.

Should “a president” be talking like that, Kirsten?

Perhaps Ilhan Omar’s army of defenders can spare a few men to sic on Kirsten Gillibrand for this incendiary language. How can Joan Walsh stand for something like this?!

Oh, haven’t you heard? It’s totally fine when liberals do it.