From what I understand, if the politician is a Democrat, it is okay to call him or her every name in the book (Revised, 3rd edition) and allude to the fact that they either be a terrorist or a Muslim.
You know the verses, and if not, read James.
I would ask again, Does the Lord give us exemption from practicing the Scriptures when it comes to our political leaders, those who hold office, and others with whom we disagree? We are allowed to lay aside the Golden Rule? Do James’ and Paul’s and Jesus’ words regarding our speech and our enemies no longer apply when discussing those whom we disagree with politically? As James says, “This should not be so!”
So does it? There is nothing wrong in speaking the truth, but does it need to be done with vileness? Look at our discourses today – political, religious, etc… – is there anything civil anymore?