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NYT's Wajahat Ali still has 'faith in America' thanks to violent hashtags about Mitch McConnell

In case you missed it, #MassacreMoscowMitch has been a pretty popular hashtag with the tolerant Left.

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It’s been particularly popular with New York Times contributing op-ed writer and CNN contributor Wajahat Ali:

Completely normal.

Far-left protesters descended upon Mitch McConnell’s Kentucky home last night, but #MassacreMoscowMitch gives Wajahat faith in America.

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He’s since deleted the tweet. Not because he feels bad about it, but because people are totally taking it out of context:

What a swell guy. Such good faith:

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