The intolerant left strikes again.
A DC woman looking for a roommate was clear that she wants no part of a Donald Trump supporter, who she says is “by all means a bigot” who would create a “hostile environment.”
Sahar Kian, who works at an education-focused nonprofit organization, posted an ad listing several stipulations a potential roommate must agree to. Chief among them is that “Trump supporters are not allowed” in her house.
“Alcohol, pets and meat products are not allowed in the house,” she said in the ad. “Neither are Trump supporters.”
“Look at me, I’m brown. I’m a woman. I am somebody who’s heavily reliant on Obama’s pre-existing condition clause,” Kian explained to CNN’s Michael Smerconish.
It’s not clear how her skin color impacts the pre-existing clause of the Affordable Care Act.
She told Smerconish that she could deal with Trump supporters in a public setting, but not in her home.
“I would be more than happy to settle issues with you at protests or in a Congress setting … but I am not obligated to turn my house into a political battlefield when I come home from work in the evening,” Kian said.
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