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About that ‘politically divisive’ discourse? It was impossible to ignore this enormous pro-violence banner. Unless you were willfully blind to it.

There was a GREAT BIG BANNER telling all the world what their true feelings are. The brick-chucking, bike-lock-swinging punks unveiled a new slogan. In case you needed help figuring out who has the real violent intent, here.

Watch:

Don’t worry. Leftist reporters were on the scene. Here’s The Daily Beast’s coverage. They saw the sign and even included video with it in their article

What was their big takeaway? Was the incitement to murder banner any big deal?

If their photo essay is any clue, not at all.


Scott seemed not to think the violent rhetoric was a big deal.

Let’s have another look:

Here’s the kind of police presence that needs to be on hand whenever Antifa comes to the party.

At least some credit goes to Garrett Haake from MSNBC for being honest about what he saw:

At least he acknowledged the sign, even if the photo was, as it were, ‘submitted without comment’.

So, what does the political climate look like today? People have been harassed or assaulted. Journalists and cops were roughed up by the leftist rioters.

We’ve even seen assassination attempts. Scalise, you know about. Did you hear reporting about the mass shooting they disrupted a few months ago? One would-be gunman faces charges for plans to hit up a Trump Rally and murder the President.

All of this by political activists who think they’re doing society a favor in the process.

When will the Media(D) stop running interference for their ideological buddies, and start calling them out for their bad behavior? What possible excuse might the Media(D) have for having nothing critical to say about one American threatening to murder another?

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