I was #NeverTrump, but "Trump's America" dystopian rhetoric is infuriating. My county voted 69% for Trump. No better place to raise a family— David French (@DavidAFrench) November 11, 2016
This is annoying. Too little, too late.
After a year of mocking and trashing Trump and his supporters, David French is "infuriated" by the dystopian rhetoric.
What Trumpkins are like. https://t.co/7TgQN72uHO— David French (@DavidAFrench) March 29, 2016
Things I enjoyed more than #TheWalkDead tonight -- the flu, food poisoning, 76ers season tickets, a Trump rally.— David French (@DavidAFrench) October 24, 2016
Thank you, plurality of GOP primary voters, for saving us from a 10 point Marco Rubio victory. Think how miserable that would be!— David French (@DavidAFrench) October 28, 2016
Yes, I know about the terrible abuse David French received on Twitter by Trump supporters, allegedly. I say allegedly because, given the information unearthed by WikiLeaks and the revelations from Project Veritas, I think it's legitimate to question the source of at least some of the attacks on French. He, and other Never Trump people, were harassed online. They didn't feel safe in their homes. Their families were threatened as well. Just awful.
Such tactics are absolutely despicable. That sort of intimidation is inexcusable. Am I clear about that? I thoroughly condemn such behavior. What happened to David French and others is indefensible. Again, am I clear? I hope so.
That said, as a Never Trump leader, French mercilessly mocked Trump and, to use French's term, the Trumpkins. He rooted for Trump's political demise. He encouraged the marginalization of millions of Americans.
Now, he's infuriated by the rhetoric?