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Democrats Are Now Calling For Destruction Of GOP And Jailing Of Its Supporters

Democrats Are Now Calling For Destruction Of GOP And Jailing Of Its Supporters

For years I have seen the control of the House and Senate pass from being controlled by one party to another, the side that is loosing then concentrates on getting back control, the other side looks for ways to hold on to it. But this is not what is happening now, the left has become so unhinged they are calling for the burning of the GOP, ostracizing anyone that is part of the party, and taking control forever.

What is more amazing, you have former GOP strategist that are also calling for this, here is a perfect example on MSNBC:

We have GOP blogger, Jennifer Rubin, on the Trump administration: “these people are not fit for polite society.”

“What we should be doing is shunning these people. What we should be doing is shunning, shaming these people is a statement of moral indignation,” said Rubin.

“It’s not only that Trump has to lose, but that all his enablers have to lose. We have to collectively, in essence, burn down the Republican Party. Um, we have to level them because if there are survivors, if there are people who weather this storm, they will do it again.”

Turns out she, like former Trump Press secretary, Anthony Scaramucci, have turned totally on Trump, thus rejecting what the leadership of the GOP is supporting. In the end, both are nothing but self-promoting elitist, who are concerned not about the nation or the party, rather about how they can promote themselves.

What we are seeing close ranks are the old school GOP members who have seen their power fall away under Trump and the left, both which seem to suffer severe Trump Derangement Syndrome.

One has to ask, if it is OK for leftist such as Antifa to attack Americans that don’t agree with them, now you have leaders on MSNBC and CNN calling everyone that supports Trump as Fascist, now you have people calling for the total destruction of all conservatives, how long until they start justifying taking up arms against us?

If this was a short term fad, I may not be worried about it, but after Trump won the election the left has turned on their fellow Americans. Here is Maxine Waters saying liberals should not allow any Trump supporter or people that work for him to ever have peace.

Here you have the old AG Holder telling people to resort to violence against Trump supporters:

Here you see anti-Trump activist attacking people for daring to support Trump:

Here is another of leftist attacking someone for daring to peacefully assemble and say they support Trump:

One has to ask, how much longer is this going to happen. What is most amazing about this whole video, in the end, you see ABC news blaming the man for being attacked, they say it is his wearing a MAGA hat that is bringing this one.

Here Joy has a guest that says the GOP is a domestic terrorist group, she says nothing, and calls for all GOP members to be locked up. What is interesting, rather then cut him off Joy says nothing.

I fear for this nation, how much more of this attacking us is going to be allowed before a spark sets the whole nation ablaze? We are now seeing that words are no longer enough, the left is now starting to attack physically what they used to vocally. I wonder, what will their reaction be when we say no more and start to fight back? We all know what it will be, they will paint themselves as the victims.

Well, Democrats, we are no victims, continue to attack at your own risk. Used to say you pull a tigers tail at your own risk, sooner or later that tiger will turn on you.

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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