The 25 Most Obnoxious Quotes of 2017 (14th Annual)

The 25 Most Obnoxious Quotes of 2017 (14th Annual)

The 25 Most Obnoxious Quotes of 2017 (14th Annual)

The toxic mix of racism, fascism and over-the-top social justice warriors on the Left has made this a banner year for obnoxious quotes. So, enjoy the  annual most obnoxious quotes of the year…

25) “When a man straps on a bomb of nails, goes to woman’s concert to kill an audience of women and girls – IT’S A SAFE BET SEXISM IS INVOLVED.” — Brianna Wu

24) “It’s one thing if the president blocks me (on Twitter); I’m just one person, and I can certainly do something else with those five minutes of my day. But when he began systematically blocking dozens of people who simply didn’t agree with him, that’s when I started to worry that this is something more than just one person blocking another one. This is an elected official trying to silence an entire sector of the dissenting populace. This is what dictators and fascists do. This isn’t what we do here in America.” — Holly Figueroa O’Reilly

23) “Just heard this idiot truck driver on @CBSNews say he has spent $7,500 in the last two years on the Affordable Care Act and he’s only been to the doctor one time. He hates ObamaCare. But let him get sick ONE TIME. He’ll be thankful for healthcare!” — Roland Martin

22) “so how about this
i promise to give
2 million dollars to senator susan collins
and 2 million to senator jeff flake

if they vote NO

no sh*t
2 million
each” – Rosie O’Donnell publicly offers to bribe GOP senators to vote “no” on tax reform

21) “To go from picking cotton balls to picking footballs and basketballs without freedom is not very much progress.” — Jesse Jackson on the NFL Protests

20) “Starting today and from here on, no elected official — certainly those in the GOP defending and supporting Trump on a variety of issues, for example should be able to sit down for a nice, quiet lunch or dinner in a Washington, DC eatery or even in their own homes. They should be hounded by protestors everywhere, especially in public — in restaurants, in shopping centers, in their districts, and yes, on the public property outside their homes and apartments, in Washington and back in their home states.” — Michelangelo Signorile

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