Is there anything Colorado Democrats won’t freak out about? Other than the riots and destruction taking place across the country that both John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet have refused to condemn.

Instead, Democrats have taken to the feinting couches over a common military t-shirt worn by U.S. Rep. Ken Buck’s that says,  “Kill ’em all, let God sort ’em out” — a slogan associated with the U.S. Marines Corps and Green Berets.

From Colorado GOP Communications Director Joe Jackson:

But that didn’t stop Colorado Democrats from melting down on Twitter.

Ammar Moussa, a press assistant for Hickenlooper’s Senate campaign, felt the need to give Buck fashion advice, misspelling “congressman” in the process.

But that didn’t go over so well for Moussa when retired Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff fired back calling Moussa “soft as tissue paper.”

Hickenlooper’s deputy communications director couldn’t resist getting in on the fray and attacked U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner for making a public appearance with the state’s Republican Party chairman (gasp) before throwing in a bizarre conspiracy theory.

Duff also smacked her down.

The irony award goes to former Bernie Sanders advisor, David Sirota.

We don’t remember Sirota’s outrage when a Bernie supporter when on a shooting rampage of Republican congressmen playing softball.

But wearing a t-shirt that’s a gift from your son with a Marine Corps slogan? That’s out of bounds.

Every week there is some reason for Democrats to collectively freak out about something that normal Coloradans don’t care about. The decision to go ballistic over Buck’s t-shirt shows you just how nervous they are for November.