Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called for civil war and mob violence against Republicans this week, and the media silence is deafening.
The media constantly accuse President Trump of stoking unrest despite the fact that violent leftist Antifa are the ones who routinely assault Trump supporters, block traffic, and vandalize public property.
Yet the press refuses to condemn Hillary’s open encouragement of civil war — and their complicity could have catastrophic consequences.
Look at these tolerant, progressive protesters dancing around this lone, 71 year old Trump supporter – they eventually try and rip his signs up but are stopped by organizers. pic.twitter.com/X8evmEzmzx
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 6, 2018
As BizPac Review reported, Hillary said this week: “You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about.”
“If we are fortunate enough to win back the House and/or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again. But until then, the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength.”
The New York Post‘s Michael Goodwin was shocked that the mainstream media have not condemned Hillary’s bombastic propaganda.
“There you have it — a declaration of war and a license for violence. Where is the media outrage?
Clinton knows we are already in the danger zone when it comes to the political temperature. Her comments, then, are as reckless as bringing a can of gasoline to a bonfire.
She’s stoking trouble to gain a foothold in the 2020 race — and damn the consequences. Her claim that civility can return when Dems have power is an admission that the ends justify the means.”
Senator Rand Paul — who was viciously assaulted by a leftist neighbor in 2017 — said he’s afraid that the heated political rhetoric could lead to an assassination.
“I fear that there’s going to be an assassination,” Senator Paul told a Kentucky radio show. “I really worry that somebody is going to be killed. That those who are ratcheting up the conversation..have to realize they bear some responsibility if this elevates to violence.”
Kavanaugh protestor: “I’d shoot that motherfucker in the face. Trump too.” pic.twitter.com/3r7MBjYhu9
— Bre Payton (@Bre_payton) October 6, 2018
I’m at the anti Kavanaugh rally.
They keep telling everyone to chase down Trump supporters where they eat, work, and live.
These aren’t idle threats. They are rallying a nationwide mob.
Believe me. They mean it.
— Jack Murphy (@jackmurphylive) October 6, 2018
GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel responded to Hillary Clinton’s shameless gaslighting by saying Democrats’ entire platform is based on destruction and division because they have nothing else to offer.
“This is what Democrats do: They try and divide our country. They try to incite anger,” McDaniel told Fox News. “It is just shameful to say ‘Republicans do not care about women.’ I am a woman and the mother of a 15-year-old daughter.”
“Please don’t go there. But that’s where they’re going because [their strategy is to] ‘destroy, destruct, divide our nation’ and ‘let’s make women angry.’ But women are smarter than that.”
McDaniel said she believes the American public can see through leftist propaganda and will vote for Republicans in the November 6 midterm elections because they want a strong economy and a safe country.
“We’re delivering results at the Republican party: 3.7% unemployment — the lowest in history for African-Americans and Latinos. And a 65-year low for women,” McDaniel said.
“We are a party that is making lives better for families across the country. So Democrats are going to continue the politics of destruction, and Republicans are going to continue the politics of results.”
Meanwhile, here’s a reality check for violent leftists.
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