Even Dictionary.com Is Getting Political, Takes Cheap Jab at Mike Pence

It seems like these days, every company, every website, every cultural icon has to give its political opinion. Now, even Dictionary.com has jumped into the political mud-slinging. And who else would they side with other than liberals?

Now, they are taking cheap jabs at Vice President Mike Pence on Twitter.

When the GOP and President Donald Trump passed the tax bill before Christmas, Pence took the opportunity to praise his boss.

The Washington Post, however, thought it was too much, and made fun of the vice president.

Then Dictionary.com decided to get in on the Pence-bashing.

Just so you know, a “sycophant” is “a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite.”

Yes. Dictionary.com literally called the vice president a parasitic flatterer.

Of course, Pence is such a “parasite” that when this tweet went out, he was in Afghanistan, hanging out with U.S. troops for the holidays. Yeah, that sounds like a parasite to me.


Of course, Vice President Joe Biden NEVER praised Barack Obama, right? Oh, except for when he was so giddy when Obama was signing his “ObamaCare” bill and said, “This is a big f***ing deal.”

And then, remember how much the media absolutely adored Obama? How about when Chris Matthews said he felt a “thrill” going up his leg in 2008, just hearing then-candidate Obama speak?

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Honestly, it’s the liberal media that’s the”fawning parasite” in U.S. politics. Not Vice President Pence.

Luckily, Twitter users noticed the hypocrisy.

This attempt to bash Pence was cheap, to say these least. But these days, Republican-bashing seems to be the norm, and I don’t see it letting up any time soon.

The bias in the media is sickening at times, but that’s why we’re here.

We see what the media is doing and will call out the bias every time.

H/T The Daily Wire

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