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Double-standard Snodgrass

Empower Wisconsin | Aug. 4, 2020

By M.D. Kittle 

MADISON — Liberal Lee Snodgrass took to Twitter Sunday evening to voice her disgust for the crowds that gathered at a big beach party on Winnebago County’s Lake Butte des Morts. 

The Appleton Dem, is running for the 57th Assembly District seat currently held by Amanda Struck (D-Appleton), who is challenging Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher for the 8th Congressional District seat.  

Snodgrass tweeted a photo reportedly of the packed Sand Bar Bash, filled with people hanging out in the water — and, eek! not wearing face masks or practicing social distancing. 

“We are doomed,” wrote Snodgrass, a breathless proponent of Gov. Tony Evers’ mask mandate and stay-at-home orders.

Fellow leftist Mason T. Becker (Fort Atkinson), running against incumbent Rep. Cody Horlacher (R-Mukwonago) in the 33rd Assembly District race, chimed in, “How is that even remotely enjoyable?”

Snodgrass, whose day job is director of communications for Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, agreed, spewing her disdain for the party-goers. 

“Totally. This is sweat and body odor and piss and COVID-19,” she responded to Becker in what some of her would-be constituents might consider her Hillary Clinton “Deplorables” moment.

The candidate may have thought so, too. The tweets had been removed from her Twitter account on Monday. Empower Wisconsin obtained screen shots before they were pulled down. 

While Snodgrass rebuked the revelers at the lake, she’s cool with the thousands of Black Life Matters protesters who have marched, demonstrated (in some cases, rioted and looted) with little concern for social distancing. 

“Appleton’s black youth-led rally today included a community free market of food and clothing, a free cook out and dance party, Masks were worn by almost everyone but admittedly, social distancing was a challenge,” the liberal elitist wrote on June 6, in a tweet that included a photo of a huge crowd of demonstrators. 

 

We apparently weren’t “doomed” during the June demonstrations, according to Snodgrass, who serves as chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Outgamie County and has campaigned for some of the biggest liberal heavy hitters, including Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, and U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Madison), according to her campaign site.

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1 thought on “Double-standard Snodgrass

  • My Note to Snodgrass: Mind your own F**king business. Were you to approach me as a Karen scold, you’d be given directions on how to continue to ambulate pain free, i.e., you would be given a short opportunity to STFU and remove your hideous visage from my presence. If you’re that fragile, quarantine your own worthless . . . self. I will breathe the air God granted to me free of charge, especially while out of doors.

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