Ashley Judd Loses Her Mind When Called Sweetheart by Airport Worker – VIDEO

Well, she’s back. Back to drop more far left stupidity on us. Ashley Judd loses her mind when an airport worker calls her sweetheart. Yep.

In her latest video Ashley Judd channels her inner Lena Dunham. The latest episode of Triggered Leftists features Judd going off on an airport employee who had the nerve to call her sweetheart and compliment her dress. What was this terrible employee thinking?

So Judd did what any angry liberal would do. She took it to Facebook Live. She complained about “everyday sexism.”

Per Daily Wire:

“I was coming through security and a guy said ‘Hey, sweetheart,’” whined Judd. “And I said ‘I’m not your sweetheart. I am your client.’”

The horror continues, as the self-styled Nasty Woman recollected the kind employee — trigger warning — complimenting her dress.

“Then when I was setting my things out he said, ‘hey, nice dress.”

The totally rational actress claims the man “touched” her as he grabbed her belongings and placed them on what can only be assumed to have been a conveyer belt.

“I didn’t see him touch anybody else,” she accused. “And I turned around and I said ‘that was unnecessary. … By that time, you know, my skin was burning, my feet are burning. It’s so hard to continue to set these boundaries when someone continues to push.”

Unbelievably, the nice guy then told her: “Have a good day, sweetheart.”

Check it out.

Ashley Judd Loses Her Mind

The left wonders why so many people use words such as “triggered” and “snowflake” to describe them. Then they act out with incidents like this. Ashley Judd is out of her mind and is extremely out of touch with reality.

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