Years ago on an episode of “Seinfeld,” character Rick Levitan told his employee George Constanza, “I’ll always be a winner and you’ll always be a loser.”
Some might argue that the exact same thing could be said of the difference between President-elect Donald Trump and failed 2016 Democrat primary candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who has shown a stubborn unwillingness to get over the election.
“Now is not the time for reconciliation,” the failed presidential contender tweeted Saturday evening in reference to Trump’s upcoming inauguration. “Dietrich Bonhoeffer didn’t reconcile with the Nazis. MLK didn’t reconcile with the KKK. Now we fight.”
The bumbling loser basically compared the president-elect and his supporters to both the Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan, despite there being zero evidence to support this outrageous accusation.
Now is not the time for reconciliation. Dietrich Bonhoeffer didn’t reconcile with the Nazis. MLK didn’t reconcile with the KKK. Now we fight pic.twitter.com/BoQNl0on1N
— Martin O’Malley (@MartinOMalley) January 15, 2017
As noted by LifeZette, this tweet followed another equally shameless one in which he threw his support behind Georgia Rep. John Lewis, who days earlier had claimed that Trump was not a “legitimate” president.
“(Lewis) is right,” O’Malley tweeted Friday evening. “Trump wasnt popularly elected. A fascist candidacy based on racist fears & Russian help should never be legitimized.”
.@repjohnlewis is right. Trump wasnt popularly elected. A fascist candidacy based on racist fears & Russian help should never be legitimized
— Martin O’Malley (@MartinOMalley) January 14, 2017
“Following that tweet, O’Malley appeared as the keynote speaker for the Utah Democrat Party’s annual gala Saturday,” LifeZette reported. “Then, building off of his aggressive earlier tweet,” he dropped the second one about Nazis and Klansmen.
Not surprisingly, the response to the former Maryland governor’s tweet was both swift and brutal.
Not everyone remained confident of O’Malley’s sanity.
@MartinOMalley Are you out of your mind? Comparing Trump and his supporters to Nazis damages your side significantly more than his.
— Molly (@commondecencyyo) January 15, 2017
@MartinOMalley Right, just call everyone you disagree with Nazis. That’s the winning strategy that got you here.
— Joshua Seidel (@jewrightwing) January 15, 2017
.@MartinOMalley So Trump and his supporters are Nazis? ‘Now we fight’ Are you proposing violence?
— Susan Bell (@susiecoyote) January 15, 2017
Let us be honest: It can be extremely painful to lose or be part of a losing team. Yet even Little League players learn how to properly deal with such a loss, as former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal noted in a recent column for The Federalist.
“Our kids have learned to shake hands with the opposing team, whether they have won or lost,” he wrote. “They have learned today’s runner-ups can be tomorrow’s champions, as no team is likely to win every time. They have learned how to win and lose graciously; today’s liberals can learn a lot from these kids. Maybe the Left should have spent more time in Little League.”
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