Without a doubt, the modern-day Democratic Party — once the party of slavery, segregation and officially-sanctioned racism — has completely lost its soul and has officially become America’s largest organized hate group.
As reported by local Fox affiliate KPTM, a Nebraska Democrat has been sacked after praising the fact that House GOP No. 3, Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, was shot and critically wounded by an unhinged Left-wing maniac earlier this month in northern Virginia.
“His whole job is to get people, convince Republicans to [expletive] kicking people off [expletive] health care. I’m glad he got shot,” said Phil Montag, a technology chairman, in an audio recording that was posted to YouTube this past week. “I wish he was [expletive] dead.”
Jane Kleeb, the chairwoman of the Nebraska Democratic Party, confirmed to KPTM that the voice on the recording was indeed Montag. She also said he was fired after the recording was publicized.
“We obviously condemn any kind of violence, whether it’s comments on Facebook or comments in a meeting,” Kleeb told the local Fox affiliate. “Our country is better than the political rhetoric that is out there from both the far Right and the far Left.”
Except that Republicans and conservatives are the ones being targeted for oppression, violence and murder.
Just last week another Nebraska Democratic leader, Chelsey Gentry-Tipton, was asked to resign from the state party after posting something controversial and derogatory about Scalise on Facebook.
In short, it’s the Democratic far Left that is unhinged, deranged and obsessed with violence, not the Right. So Kleeb’s attempt to marginalize her side’s rhetoric — which has now officially led to a mass murder attempt — by claiming that ‘the Right is saying the same things, darn it!’ is not simply dishonest, it’s disgusting.
— Some 30 Republicans have either been attacked or threatened with violence — and that’s just since the beginning of May, the Washington Free Beacon reported. The same day Scalise was shot along with four others before Capitol Police took down the shooter, James T. Hodgkinson (who eventually died of his wounds), June 14, Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., received an email that read, “One down, 2016 to go.”
— On Friday, Leftist actor Johnny Depp became the 11th celebrity to engage in Trump assassination porn, by suggesting that it was time another actor took out another president the way Southern sympathizer (and actor) John Wilkes Boothe shot and killed President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. “When was the last time an actor assassinated a President? I want to qualify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it has been a while and maybe it is time,” he said. (Related: If America fights another world war, we can forget about any support from Hollywood.)
— Other actors and entertainment types including Madonna, Snoop Dogg, Robert De Niro, Kathy Griffin and Mickey Rourke have all threatened or simulated death or violence against President Donald J. Trump. And an entire New York City production of the Shakespeare classic “Julius Caesar” was adapted to feature the “assassination” of a Trump look-alike.
— Josh Fox, a Hollywood director, called Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell “terrorists” for daring to support legislation that begins repealing the worst healthcare law ever in the history of the country. Obviously, he’s never met any real terrorists. And obviously only Democrats and their presidents can pass bills and implement their agenda after being elected to do so.
— Some idiot on MSNBC (I know…it’s hard to know which one without providing a name, right?) named Elise Jordan compared Trump to a “suicide bomber,” thinking she was so clever and so trendy. She advised Republicans not to defend a ‘fact-challenged’ president because doing so is like “hugging a suicide bomber.” Har, har.
The point is, all of this violent rhetoric is leading to actual violence. At some point, the Right will tire of this intimidation and, en masse, push back. Bet on it.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.