Florida’s foul-mouthed Gen Z Dem strikes again, calls Ron DeSantis a ‘f**king fascist’

One of the rising stars of the new crop of Democrats — seen by many as a collection of mean-spirited, uncouth, and grossly ignorant socialists — tossed off another foul-mouthed insult of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis during this weekend’s big Netroots Nation shindig in Chicago.

Rep. Maxwell Alejandro Frost (D-FL), a 26-year-old House newbie who somehow managed to get elected in Florida’s 10th congressional district despite his complete lack of any actual experience that would qualify him for the job, has become a minor celebrity with leftists for his billing as the first “first Gen Z congressman” and he never fails when it comes to proving his immaturity.

A hot-headed attention seeker with a proclivity for dropping F-bombs, Frost did so again during a panel discussion when he referred to the popular Republican governor as a “f**king fascist,” combing the high-octane cuss word with another F-word that is frequently used by leftists and which like “Nazi,” another favorite used to smear those who they disagree with, only underscores their ignorance of history.

The callow congressman joined ethically challenged anti-Semite Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and a handful of other Bernie Sanders disciples onstage at the convention, a showcase for Generation AOC, a group of young guns that is heavy on theatrics but devoid of solutions and is poised to take over for the geriatric 1960s radicals who currently rule the Democrat roost in the House of Representatives as Nancy Pelosi and her fellow geezers slowly shuffle off into the political afterlife.

Frost’s antics are typical for the clown show that has replaced serious legislative work in the modern Democratic party and follows up another profanity-saturated rant against DeSantis at a Paramore concert in Washington, D.C. last month.

During a show at Capital One Arena, the band’s lead singer Hayley Williams warmly welcomed Frost onstage, “Do you see this? Do you see the future right here?” Williams asked the revved-up crowd, turning the mic over to her fellow musician.

“F**k Ron DeSantis! F**k fascism!” Frost shouted.

It is without a bit of irony that it is his own party that has come to resemble the traits of classical fascism which according to Merriam-Webster online is a political philosophy that “exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.”

In an interview with Rolling Stone last November after a majority of clueless Orlando voters sent him to Washington, Frost said, “I think politics, it’s a very heavy thing. And I think seeing your leaders be fun is really important.”

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Chris Donaldson


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