Some people have absolutely no class or dignity.
No matter what the left says about Mike Pence, a solid Christian figure who they all vehemently hate, he and his family have handled the vitriol he’s received from the gay community with dignity and grace.
Whether it was the flamboyant figure skater who couldn’t stop talking smack about him during the Winter Olympics or a recent campaign to undermine a children’s book his 24-year-old daughter wrote about a bunny, Pence has always taken the high road.
And considering what he has to put up with, that’s got to take a lot of self-control.
The latest incident of the left targeting the pro-family Vice President involved the book Pence’s daughter, Charlotte, wrote about the vice presidency from the perspective of a bunny.
Which is pretty much the most wholesome, non-political topic for a children’s book one could possibly come up with.
Regardless, “comedian” John Oliver apparently was so triggered by a book about a bunny that he decided to write his own version…about the Pence’s bunny, Marlon Bundo, in a gay relationship.
Proceeds from Charlotte Pence’s original book, Marlon Bundo’s Day in the Life of the Vice President, by the way, are being donated to help children with cancer and to combat human trafficking, while Oliver is donating part of the proceeds of his book to pro-LGBT children’s organizations.
Now, the ultra-left creator of ‘Will & Grace’ has decided to get in on the action by donating a copy of John Oliver’s book, which tells the story of the Pence’s bunny and his gay wedding, to every elementary school library in Indiana, the Pence’s home state.
He announced the move on Instagram over the weekend, pausing from his low-brow virtue signaling only to call the Easter Bunny the “gayest bunny ever.”
I was blown away by the new John Oliver children’s book, “A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo.” With Easter upon us, I wanted to not only support the brilliance of John Oliver, but also celebrate the Gayest Bunny of Them All: The Easter Bunny. So I decided to buy a copy of Oliver’s “Bundo” (written by Jill Twiss) for every public grammar school in Indiana. All 1,121 of them. Here’s why: Mike Pence has had an enormous platform in Indiana, and as it relates to gay people, he’s used it to spread a message of intolerance. By donating these books, I hope to counter those efforts and provide positive role models and a story of inclusion for children in Pence’s home state. If this book can help one boy or girl in Indiana love and accept who they are, I know both Marlon Bundos would be proud—even though one of them is on the downlow.
“If this book can help one boy or girl in Indiana love and accept who they are,” wrote Max Mutchnick, “I know both Marlon Bundos would be proud — even though one of them is on the down-low.”
Again…this is all because Mike Pence’s daughter wrote a book…about a bunny.
Do leftists have to politicize everything?