It appears the Democratic primary shitshow has certain quarters worried.
“I just looked through my verifieds seeing if Tapper came back and saw that @benandjerrys follows me,” Jena tweeted in reference to the far left ice cream company partnered with hate leaders. She then called on the company to “save democracy” by making “a MAGA themed pint with salmonella and release it a few days before the election.”
The strategy was praised by leftist twitter activists who chimed in with jokes about mayonnaise and other fare associated with racial stereotypes about whites, but the tweet (archived) disappeared when she noticed it gaining traction among republicans.
A flurry of tweets claiming victimhood and calling her detractors nazis instead took its place.
Jena Friedman’s plan to win elections through salmonella infections isn’t her original creation. In fact, it’s a direct rip-off of the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack in which a hippie cult attempted to decrease voter turnout in The Dalles, Oregon by infecting 10 local restaurants with the very same bacteria. The bioterror attack resulted in 751 known infections and 45 hospitalizations.
Ma Anand Sheela, a Rajneeshee leader and the main person in charge of their biological warfare lab, justified their actions by calling the non-cultists bigots: “I tell you, the county is so fucking bigoted, it deserves to be taken over.” (26:13 in the video below)
Update, August 2: Jena Friedman now claims the bioterror plan was a joke — and then contradicts herself one sentence later by suggesting that she’s for carrying it out any way.
Update, March 1, 2020: The emergence of the coronavirus has inspired checkmarked left-wing activists to once again urge biological terror attacks. Ali A. Rizvi took to twitter to suggest his followers try to infect Americans en masse at Trump rallies — archive.