For example, I researched on the various Hillary sites what her position was on such things as minimum wage and H1B visas. And I reported what I learned on Facebook and was told that it was "all lies" and that, by implication, I was a liar.
There are other examples as well. It seems to be a general phenomenon. I suspect that it is caused by a generation of women who woke up one day and realized that Hillary Clinton was their best chance for getting a woman as president in their lifetime. And they went on the warpath such that anyone who would dare doubt Hillary's perfection had their ethics, morality, intelligence and experience attacked.
I call these people "The Sword of Hillary", soldiers whose self-appointed job is to attack and destroy anyone who does not confess to the true faith.
Well, we all have our own road to take, and choose how we express our opinions. I think it is a good thing for people to get involved in the political process, and work for the candidate(s) of their choice.
But consider, always beating up the opposition may not be the best way to get their support when the Primary season is over and we approach the general election. Engaging in a discussion where people are treated with respect and where the facts are reviewed and discussed is one thing. Hitting them with a big rock and trying to knock their brains out is not the same thing.
As of now, I think it is pretty clear that Hillary will be the Democratic nominee, although that is not absolutely certain, but it is likely. And ideally the party would pull together and work to get her elected. But to do that, people have to be comfortable with the candidate and believe that voting for her is not voting against their interests.
Beating people up and slandering anyone who dares run against Queen Hillary is not the best way to do this, in my humble opinion.