Since the rise of Donald Trump, the Party of Tolerance's undeniable intolerance has been brought to the forefront, incident after incident. A recent example of such blatant left-wing intolerance comes from a female millennial (SHOCK!) who has barred Trump supporters from even being considered as a potential roommate because, wait for it, every single Trump supporter is a "bigot."
Pot, meet kettle.
On Saturday, Washington, D.C. resident Sahar Kian, 23, appeared on CNN to discuss her posted discriminatory roommate ad, which specifically denies anyone who supports President Donald Trump. (And she's apparently not alone in this regard, the internet is rife with ads which expressly discriminate against Trump supporters, as noted by CNN's Michael Smerconish.)
In a weak defense of her own bigotry, Kian attempted to paint herself as a victim by virtue of her own identiy while casting those who disagree with her as racist, sexist and xenophobic.
“Look at me, I’m brown. I’m a woman. I am somebody who is heavily reliant on Obama’s pre-existing condition clause,” complained Kian. "I don't think that it's fair to judge me for not wanting somebody who criticizes me for the things that I identify with."
Kian went on to suggest rooming with a Trump supporter would create a "hostile environment."
Receiving some weak-sauce push-back from Smerconish, Kain replied: "This is not about political differences, it doesn't say 'no conservatives' in my ad, it doesn't say 'no Republicans,' it doesn't say 'no Christians,' it says 'no Trump supporters.'"
And it get's worse: "A Trump supporter by all means, is a bigot. Instead of saying 'no bigots' in my apartment, I specifically say 'no Trump supporters' because I'm calling Trump and his supporters out on their bigotry."
That's right, the woman who has painted all Trump supporters as "bigots" and is actively discriminating against them, is claiming to be a fighter of bigotry.
You can't make this stuff up.
As noted by Law Newz, "The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and the presence of children. However, there is no prohibition on discriminating against someone’s politics. There have been a number of reports of similar clauses in college roommate advertisements since Trump won the GOP nomination in 2016."