Oh, my. Democrats never learn, do they?
Rather than heed the lessons taught to them last November, and rather than listen to the will of the American people, leading Democrats continue to double down in disparaging everyday Americans.
While we don't expect much from California's Gov. Jerry Brown, comparing President Trump's supporters to troglodytes is just unnacceptable. Particularly given the fact that some of those troglodytes live in Brown's home state. The Daily Caller summarizes the long-serving Democrat's heinous (as usual) remarks:
Brown, an outspoken Trump critic, issued an usually harsh derision of Trump supporters after dismissing the president’s rhetoric on climate change science and U.S. policy toward North Korea as “stupid and dangerous and silly.”
“They’re both kind of very similar,” Brown said. “You should check out the derivation of ‘Trump-ite’ and ‘troglodyte,’ because they both refer to people who dwell in deep, dark caves.”
Brown attended the climate event, which coincided with the U.N. meeting in New York, to continue his advocacy for a state based commitment to the Paris Climate Accords. The Trump administration announced the U.S. would be reneging on earlier commitments to participate in the international climate change framework in May.
[...] “President Trump is the null hypothesis, which he’s proven,” Brown said. “Everything he’s doing is … stupid and dangerous and silly. I mean, come on, really, calling the North Korean dictator ‘Rocket Man?’ … He is accelerating the reversal through his own absurdity.”
The Caller notes, however, that Trump's potentially evolving stance on the Paris accord was glossed over completely. The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend that the administration might now be considering partial cooperation with the deal, though the Trump White House denies this claim.