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The Left on Twitter Displayed Their 'Tolerance' Following Conor McGregor's Complimentary Trump Tweet


Twitter is just an awful place. While it’s well within their rights to speak freely, social media platforms give everyone a voice — and Twitter is where the most ignorant people live to ruin friendly exchanges.

On Monday, President Donald Trump tweeted about the three-year anniversary of his inauguration and how it was “appropriate” that the day also fell on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

You can check out that tweet below:

In response, recently victorious Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter “The Notorious” Conor McGregor responded to Trump’s tweet with very some complimentary words for the president.

Take a look (Note: The goat symbol is known in the sports world as “Greatest Of All Time.” And McGregor presumably meant "feat," not "feet"):

It’s not known whether McGregor is a Trump supporter or not, but with words like that it wouldn’t be far off to think so.

Predictably, some people on Twitter took exception to McGregor complimenting Trump:









Ah, the “tolerant” left. The gift that keeps on giving.

McGregor made a successful return to the octagon last Saturday as he pulled off a technical knockout (TKO) victory over veteran fighter Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in just 40 seconds.

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