Violence in America’s cities might be decreasing, but that does not mean violent political rhetoric is taking time off. (Are US cities getting more or less violent? New database offers mixed picture). Liberals sanctioned violence by groups like ANTIFA is increasing. Over the last weekend, the domestic terrorists attacked protestors on Oregon, causing bodily harm to those they disagree with. (Hypocritical, Contradictory Antifa Becomes More Violent at Latest Event in Portland).
Previously ANTIFA attacked and beat conservative journalist Andy Ngo at a similar rally on June 29.
— Jim Ryan (@Jimryan015) June 29, 2019
But before all this, there was the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise, then the Majority Whip, at a Congressional baseball practice in 2017. Scalise was gravely injured requiring extensive surgeries and recovery. Two members of Mr. Scalise’s Capitol Police security detail were wounded as they exchanged fire with the gunman.
After the attack, the President said:
“We may have our differences, but we do well in times like these to remember that everyone who serves in our nation’s capital is here because, above all, they love our country,” Mr. Trump said at the White House shortly after the shooting.
Threatening the President, his family and his administration were, at one time, a criminal offense. Remember when Roseanne Barr made a tweet that did not threaten but did demean White House advisor Valerie Jarrett? That ill-thought tweet cost the actress dearly, including her eponymous television show, Roseanne. However, she did not threaten anyone.
The Resist Movement
The English Oxford Dictionary explains resist as: “The refusal to accept or comply with something.” Such as this woman unable to accept that President Trump was just inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States.
What became known as Trump Derangement Syndrome has blown the top off Pandora’s Box. The result is that liberals – from Hollywood to Democrat politicians are responsible for the hate movement washing over America. Unfortunately, the hate against President Trump has spilled over to liberal hate of the unborn, conservative Trump supporters, ICE, Homeland Security, Republican’s in office and the so-called deplorables.
Following are just ten of the most egregious assaults against President Trump. These acts, by these individuals laying the foundation for hate in America.
Madonna admitting she wants to blow up the White House. A federal offense.
2: Robert De Niro
Actor Robert De Niro has repeatedly expressed a desire to physically assault Mr. Trump. A month before Trump was elected, De Niro says, “I’d like to punch him in the face.” But what makes this all the more appalling, is that De Niro’s statement is part of the Democrats “Get Out the Vote” campaign.
Later, Mr. De Niro doubled down with a series of “F– Trump” outbursts.
3: Snoop Dogg
In his music video for “Lavender,” a remix of the BadBadNotGood song featuring Kaytranada, Snoop Dogg aims a gun at a clown dressed as President Trump and pulls the trigger. The video is of a world filled with clowns, a clown dad who gets pulled over and shot with a glitter gun by a police officer — for smoking marijuana.
4: Joe Biden
In March 2018, Mr. Biden huffed, “They asked me would I like to debate this gentleman, and I said no. I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the Hell out of him.”
Mr. Biden’s tough-guy braggadocio was apparently no slip. A year later, he doubled down on his physical threats.
“The idea that I’d be intimidated by Donald Trump? … He’s the bully that I’ve always stood up to. He’s the bully that used to make fun when I was a kid that I stutter, and I’d smack him in the mouth.”
5: Senator Cory Booker
Recently, Sen. Cory Booker, the New Jersey Democrat, another presidential candidate, took up where Mr. Biden left off:
“Trump is a guy who you understand he hurts you, and my testosterone sometimes makes me want to feel like punching him, which would be bad for this elderly, out-of-shape man that he is if I did that. This physically weak specimen.”
6: Shakespeare in the Park
Then there are the acts of violence Liberals portray against the President including the assassination of the President during Shakespeare in the Park. Your tax dollars, via the National Endowment to the Arts paying for this abomination.
7: Cathy Griffin
There was Cathy Griffin and her gruesome decapitation of the President. Griffin paid dearly for this stunt, losing work including her New Years Eve gig with Anderson Cooper on CNN.
8: Chris Cillizza – CNN
A CNN political analyst put out an image of President Trump in crosshairs — exactly what Sarah Palin did and which caused liberal commentators to blame her for the Gabby Giffords assassination attempt.
“Donald Trump, pointing to heavens to commemorate police officers killed in the line of duty,” Mr. Cillizza wrote on the initial tweet.
9: Tom Arnold
Tom Arnold, the ex-husband of Roseanne Barr, has made multiple violence inducing comments. Arnold suggesting that the neighbor who sucker-punched Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), breaking ribs and triggering pneumonia, was in the right. It is important to note that Sen. Paul does not wear a toupee and, as a result of this violence, he recently underwent surgery to remove part of his lung damaged in the attack. (Senator Rand Paul has surgery to remove part of his lung after 2017 assault)
He also belittled Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas), the decorated former Navy SEAL who lost his eye in combat. (Idiot Of The Week: Actor Tom Arnold Tells Distinguished War Veteran Dan Crenshaw To Man Up (Seriously)
I have a theory it’s sad sacks like you who get off pissing on everybody else’s good times by constantly pointing out stupid shit no one would’ve noticed or cared about and blaming leftists whatever the hell that is. What’s with all the whining all the time Top Gun? Sack up! #USA
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) July 18, 2019
The actor also challenged the president to a fight last year. “I say put up or shut up [Donald Trump] Me vs You. For America. First body slam wins. Any Rally. Any Time. Between now & the midterms,” he tweeted.
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) October 19, 2018
10: Mark Sandoval, Illinois Democrat Senator
And now, at a Fundraiser for Illinois Democrat Mark Sandoval, this mock assassination of President Trump
A Friday night political fundraiser for Illinois State @SenatorSandoval featured photos of a man pointing a fake assault weapon at another person in a @realDonaldTrump mask, simulating a mock assassination. Sandoval has since apologized. https://t.co/eJ6883Xq1Q
— Mark Maxwell (@MarkMaxwellTV) August 19, 2019
Sandoval has apologized for the “mock assassination” as he well should. However, sorry does not speak to the onslaught of violence, not in our inner cities, but invading our political body. The simple thought that Universal would not only greenlight but nearly release a film about one political group hunting and killing another is really all we need to know.