Once again showing the hate at the heart of Democrats, a New York Assemblyman has been forced to apologize for telling a State Senate staffer to go kill herself in a fight over parking pass abuse.
New York Sen. Kevin Parker, D-Brooklyn, used his verified Twitter account to post a hateful attack Tuesday morning after a legislative aide, Candice Giove, accused him of misusing a Senate-issued parking pass.
Just before noon on Tuesday, Parker tweeted the words “kill yourself,” to the aide.
The aide was on the trail of a misused parking pass and found it had been issued to Sen, Parker. But Giove also found that the pass was on a vehicle with plates that did not match either the Senator’s registered plates, or any other plate registered for a Senate pass.
Giove could only conclude that Parker had illegally loaned the pass to someone else or was using it on a car not properly registered. Both acts are a violation of the legislature’s rules for parking pass use.
But after Giove reported the results of her investigation, the more caring Democrat told her to commit suicide.
The Senator soon deleted the hate-filled, disgusting tweet and then apologized.
I sincerely apologize. I used a poor choice of words. Suicide is a serious thing and and should not be made light of.
— Senator Kevin Parker (@SenatorParker) December 18, 2018
So, just who is this man? Well, he’s the same Senator who is sponsoring a bill to prevent regular New Yorkers from getting a gun if they ever made a distempered post to social media.
You can bet that no law will ever be written to prevent any Senators from being allowed to observe their Second Amendment rights.
Worse, you can bet that no one will get all upset at this Democrat for his hateful attack.
We all know that if Parker were a Republican, his entire party would be rising up as one to force him to resign.
But because he is a Democrat? It’s crickets.
Sadly, THIS is how Democrats act. And they are given license to do so.
The incident reminds us of a similar situation in the Illinois legislature where just last month Rep. Al Riley, D-Olympia Fields, wished that the family of State Rep. Peter Breen, R-Lombard, would get a disease and die.
And what happened to Rep. Riley.
Not a single thing.
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