Since the election of Donald Trump, we on the right have seen an amazing outpouring of pure hate from the left. Had we on the right expressed such feelings of contempt for our former useless president, Barack Obama, the government would have had to erect concentration camps to hold all those incarcerated under federal law.
In recent months, the hate was expressed mostly in acceptable terms, but in recent weeks it has taken on a new vitriol all its own. Now we are seeing assassination attempts aimed at Republican members of congress, Plays about the Caesar like murder of Donald Trump and statements from leading members of the Democrat Party not only condoning these actions, but making statements that “Republicans need to be hunted down like animals”. Then there is the call for “blood in the streets” by Democrat Party Vice-Presidential candidate Tim Kaine.
For example, when a liberal gunman opened fire on a group of Republican congress members practicing for a charity baseball game, the House and Senate quickly came together to deplore the act. But if you listened closely at the remarks by the members, you would have noticed that the shooting was not despised, it was the fact that someone shot at the politicians. I guess if they had been regular citizens then it would have been acceptable.
Meanwhile, Hollywood elites have continued to stoke the fires of hate aimed at conservatives. Last month lame comedian Kathy Griffin appeared in a photo shoot holding up what appeared to be the severed head of President Trump. Then when she was admonished for it by the citizens of America, she tried to turn it around as being Trumps fault for robbing her of her femininity. That was followed by an attack on the President by mediocre singer Katy Perry in an attempt generate interest in her new album.
Most recently, while at an appearance in England on Thursday, actor Johnny Depp told the assembled crowd that maybe it was time once again that an actor assassinated the President, referring to John Wilkes Booth’s attack on President Lincoln, another Republican. Not satisfied with his initial remarks, Depp went on to say, “I think he needs help and there are a lot of wonderful dark, dark places he could go.”
Depp, was reminded his comments would “be in the press,” but happily began discussing prior assassinations of presidents. “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?” he asked, referencing John Wilkes Booth assassinating President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. He did make one comment I agree with, when he said, “I want to clarify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living.”
Meanwhile, the foot-soldiers of the socialist Democrat Party, ANTIFA and the BLM, continue to attack our history, culture, institutions and our manhood. Remember when a Rodeo clown was fired from his job for having the audacity to dress as Obama? Maybe it’s time to take a stand once and for all.