Failed Dem candidate calls for ‘domestic war’ on ‘terrorists’ like his opponent, GOP Rep. Cawthorn
Feeling their oats now that President Trump is out, Democrats are engaging in more talk of unity — by calling Republican lawmakers “American terrorists.”
Moe Davis, a Democratic candidate who lost to U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., in November, accused his former opponent of being a homegrown terrorist engaged in sedition — a person worse than the inmates in Guantanamo Bay.
Noting that he was a prosecutor at Gitmo, Davis took to Twitter to blast Cawthorn for interacting with protesters at a rally held on January 6, before a small, violent faction broke away and stormed the U.S. Capitol.
He tweeted: “I was Chief Prosecutor at Guantanamo for over 2 years and there’s far more evidence of Congressman Madison Cawthorn’s guilt than there was of guilt for 95+ percent of the detainees. It’s time we start a domestic war on sedition by American terrorists.”
I was Chief Prosecutor at Guantanamo for over 2 years and there’s far more evidence of Congressman Madison Cawthorn’s guilt than there was of guilt for 95+ percent of the detainees. It’s time we start a domestic war on sedition by American terrorists.@CawthornforNC#MadCaw pic.twitter.com/ImbOB3yHVZ
— Moe Davis (@ColMorrisDavis) January 18, 2021
Much like the corrupt media establishment, Democrats are intentionally conflating the rally held that day with the violence at the Capitol.
The despicable action coming despite the fact that a massive crowd of 100,000-plus at the rally to support President Trump and protest dubious election results — which we’re no longer allowed to talk about online — remained peaceful.
Cawthorn is in a wheelchair after being paralyzed from the waist down in a 2014 car accident.
He spoke about the accident, which occurred when he was 18, in his speech at the Republican National Convention.
“At 20, I thought about giving up,” Cawthorn said. “However, I knew I could still make a difference. My accident gave me new eyes to see, and new ears to hear.”
“At 20, I made a choice. In 2020, our country has a choice. We can give up on the American idea, or we can work together to make our imperfect union more perfect,” he said.
Davis followed up on his original tweet to take a crack at social media users pushing back against his vile accusation.
In effect, the Democrat called Trump supporters MF’ers — you know, in the spirit of unity that Biden keeps talking about.
“If you condone sedition and murdering a police officer while chanting USA then you’re definitely a MoeFoe,” he tweeted.
If you condone sedition and murdering a police officer while chanting USA then you’re definitely a MoeFoe.
— Moe Davis (@ColMorrisDavis) January 19, 2021
As for the push back, here’s a sampling of responses to the story from Twitter that managed to escape censorship:
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 19, 2021
I’m sorry what
— Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) January 18, 2021
Must have touched a nerve 🤷 pic.twitter.com/pHxMLcpJjc
— Scott Morefield (@SKMorefield) January 18, 2021
Are you an insane person?
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) January 18, 2021
Hi Moe! Are you saying that 95+ percent of the detainees were illegally held?
— Pfizer v-a-c-c-i-n-e 😷 (@Krubuntu) January 18, 2021
Translation: there can be no healing, until every single American thinks, speaks, and acts “the right way”.
— matt (@UglyBeardedDude) January 19, 2021
Col Davis, any former USAF officer encouraging a “domestic war” of any kind sounds very serious and something we all should take pause over. Is this “domestic war” focused on those of us that simply disagree with you? Hope not ..
— Vincent Coutoumanos (@radian_ace) January 19, 2021
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