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Conservative writer suffered white-hot meltdown after embarrassing story about her marriage spread online

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Far-right personality DC McAllister repeatedly lashed out at critics on Saturday after posting an embarrassing story about her marriage on Twitter.

McAllister recounted attempting to talk to her husband. He replied by calling her “woman” while complaining that she was disturbing the sporting event he was watching.

McAllister said her husband was “right” and explained how she went to “fetch him a beer.”

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Her story was posted by New York Magazine‘s Yashar Ali, who drew attention to her claim that her husband was right.

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McAllister proceeded to lash out, not at her husband, but at Ali.

She began attacking Ali for criticizing her as a gay man.

“A gay man commenting on a heterosexual relationship is just. Sad. Pathetic really,” she charged.

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Ali replied, “I guess Denise is not happy that I’m worried about how her husband treats her.”

“I think Yashar has a crush on me. Maybe I’m making him doubt his love of penis,” she then argued.

“He doesn’t know his purpose as a human being. He doesn’t know his purpose as an Individual. So he wallows and tries to find himself in another man’s asshole,” she argued.

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