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Liberal hatemongers on Twitter hope Sarah Palin murdered on new outdoor TV show

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Shortly after former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin announced she would be hosting a new outdoor television show, liberal hatemongers took to Twitter to express their feelings, with some hoping Palin would be killed on the program, Twitchy reported Monday.

"It's soon time to get your 'Red, Wild and Blue' on, America! I am ecstatic to get to share more of this great country with you, and I have exciting news to share," Palin wrote on Facebook announcing the new program, set to premier on the Sportsman Channel in April 2014.

Predictably, the news brought out the haters.

"Sarah Palin got a reality show on The Sportsman Channel, because who DOESNT wanna watch wolfpups get gunned down by a b***h in a helicopter?" one person asked.

"[W]hat a wh**e," said another person.

A number of hatemongers, however, weren't content with simply calling Palin names.

"I hope a bear s**ts in her mouth," one person tweeted, taking a cue from former MSNBC host Martin Bashir.

Another person targeted Palin's supporters as well, saying the program "should have been called, 'Jump for Jesus'...where she jumps off a cliff with the rest of her inbred supporters."

But a number of liberal hatemongers said they wanted to see Palin killed.

"I hope Sarah Palin gets mauled by a black bear with rabies," one person tweeted.

"She finally gets shot in the face?" asked "Timm McCoy."

"I dunno about you, but I would watch a reality TV show about Sarah Palin if in involved people hunting *her* from a helicopter," added "DC Debbie."

This is not the first time liberal hatemongers have expressed a desire to see Palin killed.

Shortly after former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., was shot, for example, a number of Palin haters blamed her for the attack and expressed a desire to see her murdered. The media -- as is often the case in attacks against prominent conservatives -- was silent.

In October 2011, actor Orlando Jones issued a tweet suggesting liberals murder Palin. The tweet has since been deleted, but Jones later defended the short message on Facebook.

"My job as an artist is to hold up a mirror to society. I do not decide how people feel or react to that. My tweet hit a nerve. That's good," he wrote, offering no apologies or excuses.

In February 2011, we first said that liberalism is an ideology of rage and hate. Since then, we added a modifier, observing that liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of genocidal hate and rage.

On just about any given day, sadly, liberals prove those assertions correct.

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