A “Love Wins” post-election rally in Charlotte, N.C., was not the apolitical love-fest it pretended to be. Instead, it was a partisan gathering where liberals do what they always do: they demand tolerance of their aberrant views and label anyone who disagrees with them a hater.
As reported by the Charlotte Observer, women from the pro-Hillary Clinton social media group Pantsuit Nation organized the event “to reach across political, racial, religious and other barriers and overcome the fear and anger that accompanied the presidential campaign and its aftermath.”
That alone speaks volumes. What were the causes of the “fear and anger” in the presidential campaign? Who failed to reach across “political, racial, and religious barriers”?