The Disgusting Aftermath Of Alexandria Shooting

Bernie Bro Goes On A Rampage

Congressional baseball gunman was a Trump-hating Bernie supporter who hit women: Dead suspect's anti-GOP views and violent history revealed after he opened fire on Republican lawmakers on the President's birthday, leaving five injured


Resist movement, violence are tearing America apart

Since the election of 2016, the left has gone crazy. Their version of the Tea Party is called “Resistance” and the spearhead of that is a loosely formed terrorist group called “Antifa.” Antifa is short for Anti-Fascist. The irony of their name is not lost on those who actually know history, as their tactics are straight from the fascist playbook.

In the last few months, these groups have repeatedly disrupted peaceful pro-Trump rallies. They have called for and used violence against people who support the president, disagree with them and even against members of the media who will report things Antifa doesn’t want reported.


Left-wing violence is increasing: Blame the “political revolution”?

While no public official has associated or embraced these Leftist groups with the exception of Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin, it should be noted that not enough is being done to stop it. Politicians like Bernie Sanders, who isn’t the type to demonize his opponents or groups of people, continued to call for a “political revolution” throughout his campaign and beyond. You can’t possibly hang this over Bernie’s head and blame him for it, but I would be remiss to not mention that revolutions aren’t peaceful — they’re almost always violent.

The Left and groups like Antifa have embodied that “political revolution” mentality to resist President Trump and Republicans. They use increasingly violent tactics against Republicans and conservatives, and call everyone who disagrees with them a “Nazi” or “white supremacist” to justify their violent behavior.


Virginia Shooting Suspect Was Distraught Over Trump’s Election, Brother Says

The man suspected of opening fire on Republican members of the congressional baseball team early Wednesday morning was distraught over the election of President Trump and traveled to Washington in recent weeks to protest, his brother said on Wednesday.

The suspect, James Thomas Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Ill., died in a Washington hospital after a shootout with the police.


Rand: ‘Nobody Would Have Survived’ Baseball Shooting Without Capitol Police, ‘It Would Have Been a Massacre Without Them’

Rand said, “I can tell you, that I think with absolute certainty, nobody would have survived without the Capitol Hill Police. They saved everybody’s life. Incredibly brave and deserve everyone’s praise, because, with this guy, who knows what his — how heavily armed he was, but nobody else had a weapon. So, he was just killing everyone — he would have. … They deserve our gratitude for saving — it would have been a massacre without them.”


Bernie Sanders Responds

Respect to Bernie Sanders for this immediate response.

— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) June 14, 2017


VA Governor GOES OFF on Gun Owners After Shooting: “We Lose 93 MILLION Americans a Day to Gun Violence” …Huh?

Governor McCauliffe: "I have long advocated, this is not what today is about, but there are too many guns on the street. We lose 93 million(?) Americans a day to gun violence. I’ve long talked about this."

He later corrected his number after he went off on gun owners some more.


Screen Shot Facebook Group: 'Terminate The Republican Party' (June 14, 2017)

Screen Shot Facebook Group: 'Terminate The Republican Party' (June 14, 2017)

Shooter’s Facebook Group Celebrates Attack

An anti-Republican Facebook group celebrated the GOP baseball practice shooting committed by one of its members.

James T. Hodgkinson, who shot Rep. Steve Scalise and others during a GOP congressional baseball practice Wednesday morning, was a member of a left-wing Facebook group called “Terminate The Republican Party.” 

He was a regular commenter in the group, and some members decided to celebrate his disgusting act in a post.

“And it’s one, two, three shots you’re out at the old ball game!!!” member Mari-Ellen Cain wrote.


Friends abandon Facebook page of shooting suspect, Yelp reviews hit his business

James T. Hodgkinson’s Facebook page features a Photoshopped image of Sen. Bernard Sanders in the guise of Uncle Sam as its profile photo. At about 11 a.m. it registered more than 400 friends. About an hour later, it had 356.

Meanwhile, the most recent post on the page — a “Schoolhouse Rock” video about how a bill becomes a law — racked up comments at a similar pace.

By noon, 124 people had left comments, many of them critical of Hodgkinson’s politics and his suspected act of violence on Wednesday.

The debate over the suspected shooter even spilled over into the Yelp reviews for JTH Inspections, the Belleville, Illinois, business Hodgkinson has run since 1994, where “reviewers” posted their thoughts — some angry, some just ghoulish — after the incident Wednesday.

“I looked past his support of Bernie Sanders,” Jeff S. from Milwaukee posted. “I drew the line with his unhinged shooting spree. — Not recommended.”


Liberals Attack POTUS Trump After Scalise Shooting: “It Should Have Been His Dumb Ass to Get Popped”

Trump is responsible for this attack, he is promoting hate and fear like rest of the republicans. Steve Scalise

— LIBRA (@Santuitis) June 14, 2017


The Liberal Fringe Attacked As Well

@SenateGOP @HouseGOP They R nothing but whores & puppets for the #NRA They won't do a damn thing. #Alexandria #Scalise #Resist #GunControl

— C.T. (@Iservedrinks) June 14, 2017


Dear Scalise. Glad you're alive, but I really hope it hurts. #NRA

— Rich Barber (@DickieStiles) June 14, 2017



No sooner did break that a gunman shot Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) were left-wing Twitter users celebrating the attack — in which two Capitol Police were also shot, as well as a congressional staffer, and possibly more.

Activist and media personality, Tariq Nasheed, appeared to indicate support for the shooting on Twitter:


More Leftist Hate

Steve Scalise once defended himself against links to David Duke

Scalise said in 2014 he didn’t remember appearing at the white supremacist group European-American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO) conference in 2002 and denied supporting the group, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

“I didn’t know who all of these groups were and I detest any kind of hate group. For anyone to suggest that I was involved with a group like that is insulting and ludicrous,” Scalise had said.


Author Malcom Harris, "joked"(?) that the shooter may have simply been acting in self-defense:

Sonia Gupta, a former prosecutor from Scalise's home state of Louisiana, offered up this:

Technology writer WaltIsFrozen said the attack will have a "silver lining" if the shooter was indeed targeting Republicans specifically:

More Leftist Hate

He Deserved It

Rep. Scalise out of surgery, in critical condition after attack

Hospital officials report Rep. Steve Scalise is in critical condition following surgery for wounds he sustained from a gun battle.

Rep. Scalise was critically injured and remains in critical condition. The other patient is in good condition.

— MedStar Washington (@MedStarWHC) June 14, 2017



15 Times Celebrities Envisioned Violence Against Trump and the GOP

Hollywood has issued dire predictions and hysterical warnings about Donald Trump ever since the Republican businessman first announced his candidacy for the presidency in June 2015.

But the level of vitriol and violent rhetoric against now-President Trump has increased substantially in recent weeks, from comedian Kathy Griffin’s now-famous shock “beheading” photograph to Shakespeare in the Park’s not-at-all-subtle “assassination” of Trump on a stage in New York City’s Central Park.

Unfortunately, Griffin and the director of Julius Caesar are not anomalies in Hollywood; actors, writers, directors, and other celebrities have fantasized about using violence against Trump, his supporters, and other GOP lawmakers for at least the past 18 months.
Below are 15 examples of celebrities who have used pointed, violent rhetoric to attack the president and other Republicans.

Rep. King ties baseball shooting to violence ‘from the left’

“America has been divided,” said Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), who, in suit and tie, stopped by the crime scene to pray and was viscerally angry about his colleagues being attacked. “And the center of America is disappearing, and the violence is appearing in the streets, and it’s coming from the left.”


Limbaugh: Virginia Shooter the Personification of ‘the Lunatic Fringe Base, the Deranged Base of the Democrat Party’

Now, I also want to say he probably started off this way. I don’t know that this guy’s ever been a rational, invisible functioning member of a community, but at some point he got radicalized, and if you dig deep you’ll find — we’ve got examples of it to share with you. This guy is the exact personification when I sit here and talk about the lunatic fringe base, the deranged base of the Democrat Party, this is the guy. This is the face. This is the picture. This is what you get when you stoke and fuel hatred, raw hatred and resentment, at some point it’s gonna blow over, because it cannot be contained, this kind of rage and repeated disappointment.

You add climate change probably to this guy’s list of grievances, and I think everybody ought to take a step back and realize this guy is not isolated. This guy is probably typical. Not that there’s going to be rampant shootings, but he just happened to go over the edge and pull the trigger. But he, to me, is exactly what I am unfortunately worried about when I look at the way all of these lies and all these nothingness, nothing burger stories have now been out there for month after month after month.

And you add everything else that the Democrat and the liberal media agenda is. It’s nothing but anger, it’s nothing but rage, it’s nothing but hatred, and it has to have an outlet. And they know it. The fact is, they know it.


Pelosi on Shooting: ‘On Days Like Today, There are no Democrats or Republicans’

But it was Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) whose Twitter comment accompanying her official statement set the tone for the California delegation: “On days like today, there are no Democrats or Republicans, only Americans united in our thoughts for the wounded.”

She also stated: “This morning, the U.S. Congress suffered a despicable and cowardly attack. My thoughts and prayers are with Whip Steve Scalise and the others wounded, Capitol Police and staff, and their families.

“We are profoundly grateful for the heroism of the Capitol Police, whose bravery under fire undoubtedly saved countless lives. On days like today, there are no Democrats or Republicans, only Americans united in our hopes and prayers for the wounded.”


Pelosi Is Largely Responsible For Liberal Hatred Of Republicans Though

Just some Pelosi quotes demonizing Republicans:

"The latest Republican plan to gut essential health benefits and protections for pre-existing conditions will make it impossible for millions of Americas to afford the health coverage they desperately need. This is deadly. This is deadly.”

"What's making America less safe is to have a white supremacist named to the National Security Council as a permanent member."

"President-elect Trump remains committed to the hateful and divisive vision that defined his campaign. There must be no sugarcoating the reality that a white nationalist has been named chief strategist for the Trump administration."

Her words were echoed by liberals on social media attacking Rep. Scalise today.


Democrats to host Republican baseball team for dinner

Rep. Mike Doyle, the manager for the Democratic baseball team, said he invited the Republican team for dinner at the Democratic Club as a first step towards changing the heated political climate.

Mr. Doyle said at a joint press conference, “Tonight we want to be together. I just suggested to Joe that we’d like to host the entire Republican team down at the Democratic Club. Probably some of them have never stepped foot in that building, but we want to have them to dinner and have both teams be together.”

Rep. Joe Barton, the Republican team manager, said he and his team intend to be there, but that the rhetoric needs to change as well — something both men emphasized.


My Final Thoughts

My whole career the liberal playbook has been exactly the same, and easy to predict. As I have said countless times on my show, when people are scared their brain turns off.

Democrats have used that strategy to not only win elections, but to radicalize much of their base. If you demonize a group of people enough, they will become evil in some eyes.

That's exactly what the Democrats have done to Republicans. Falsely accusing them of being Nazi, fascist, racist, homophobic, sexist bigots who want to murder grandma while shooting your kids in the face has made people with limited brain power afraid of Republicans and conservatives. When people are afraid, fight or flight kicks in, and the brain turns off. It becomes pure survival instinct, and devoid of reason.

When you tell people they, or their loved ones, will die because of the actions of Republcans, what in the hell did you expect the feeble-minded idiots you are telling that to to do? Democrats have been radicalizing their base for decades, and now the violence is spilling into the street.

Tribalism must stop if this country is to survive.


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