One thing is for sure: You cannot spell Miserable without Liberalism. Just saying.
The latest example of the temper tantrums, breath-holdings, and general, all-round, fit-to-be-tied intolerance of the Left was, once again, on full display if you paid close enough attention on social media.
C-SPAN released press information on its touring art exhibition entitled “American Presidents: Life Portraits. North Carolina painter and sculptor, Chas Fagan, painted the newest addition to the gallery; our 45th President, Donald J. Trump.
Via Conservative Tribune:
“…You’d imagine that there should be countless images out there, but the reality is that public media photographs of candidates show frozen action moments. Whereas traditional portraits attempt to capture contemplative, relaxed moments,” Fagan said of his painting.
— CSPAN (@cspan) December 28, 2016
“In most photos, his eyes are in shadow and difficult to see, in part due to his distinctive brow line,” Fagan said. “But eyes are such a recognizable feature, and necessary to give a portrait warmth and personality, so I worked to give them a bit more prominence. I think the result is that we have a softer look into his face than we often get from public media photography.”
Imagine for a moment that Fagan had not gone to such lengths to paint with care, honor, and pride. Imagine that he was just your everyday, empty-headed Leftist who decided to depict Trump as an orange-skinned ogre with flaring nostrils, one hand on a sword and the other on a nuclear launch button.
Does anyone really believe the Left would be happy with that? That Fagan had gone far enough? Trump’s portrait is merely another one of the Progressive movement’s paper cuts, steadily building to an over-acted (and overly dramatic) death by a thousand such wounds.
Case in point:
— Enoch Root (@Enoch_Root_) December 28, 2016
Sadly, the Democrat Party has no shortness of wretched torment, despondency, depression, or angst. Misery loves company. And on the Left, the doorbell’s always ringing.
Source: Conservative Tribune (CT)