Liberal TikToker Goes Viral After Epic Rant Against Democrats (VIDEO)
Every so often, you come across a liberal who admits that what the Democrats are doing is a s***show. If only they could wake up and realize that’s where liberal ideology necessarily leads to that would be a step in the right direction. But sadly, liberals are mentally disabled and can’t do so.
One recent liberal who is getting pretty fed up with what the Democrats in Congress are doing is Alex Pearlman. You probably don’t know that name, and neither did I until I came across his video.
Pearlman is a TikToker who recently had a video go viral after savagely criticizing the Democrats who decided that the best course of action to address the recent Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, was to start soliciting people for money.
For Pearlman, the Supreme Court’s Dobbs abortion ruling was the kindling, and some poorly timed Democratic fundraising appeals lit the match. “I’m not going to shut up about this,” Pearlman thunders into the camera, “because I can’t yell at the Republicans. They’re not going to change. . . . But I can yell at the Democratic Party, and I can tell them where they can at least make one f–king small change to stop pissing me the f–k off every hour right now. . . . Stop sending me fundraising requests right now. Okay?”
He goes on to note that Republicans patiently executed a plan over decades to repeal Roe v. Wade and a Supreme Court leaker gave them five weeks’ notice of the Dobbs ruling. The Democrats thus had plenty of time to hatch plans to counter these moves. But no: “Your response after five weeks of careful study and planning and thought has been to send us nonstop fundraising emails,” Pearlman roars before listing a handful of top lawmakers who have net worths in the multimillions.
This video does have a lot of explicit language, so you may not want to watch this at work or in front of kids.
@alex_pearlmanYou ever google stuff to just get angrier?♬ original sound – Alex Pearlman
So, while Pearlman and I may disagree on fundamentals, we are united in our distain of those rich Democrats in Congress.