(Big League Politics) – During a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) called all supporters of President Donald J Trump “a**holes” and said he “doesn’t give a f*ck” about listening to the views of those who support the president.

Maloney, who is running for New York Attorney General, also released a campaign ad on Tuesday in which he compared Trump supporters to home invaders, and said it’s as if a group of men led by Trump showed up at the front door, ready to “tear this house apart.” In the ad, he fantasized about arming himself with a baseball bat to protect his home, having no choice since his kids are upstairs fast asleep.

When asked by City & State New York reporter Jeff Coltin why Maloney thought Trump supporters might be offended by the ad he put out, (where he basically labels those who support Trump as violent criminals), he responded:

“I don’t give a f**k what the Trump fans say. That’s not what this is about. This is about speaking from the heart. About a family I’ve built for 25 years that’s in the cross hairs of these a**holes. And doing something about it.”

“It feels like the people who are fueled by hate, demagoguery and anger have their s**t together, and those of us who want to talk about love and hope and inclusion have been hiding in the shadows. And it’s time to get out of the shadows and at least defend our ground. But I’d rather even get on offense.”

The “tolerant left” strikes again.

Having called Trump supporters “deplorable,” “hillbillies”, and now “a**holes,” they seem to have moved on from making any logical arguments and instead have taken to name calling and violent acts.

The liberal left has always put their feelings over facts, but the hatred that they claim is rooted in the Trump administration and in those who support Trump seems to be nothing more than a projection of their own inner thoughts and feelings. They have shown time and time again when confronted with facts that their only defense is to name-call, use foul language, and become violent.