What is it about the left that they just can’t stop with the violent rhetoric?
Just two weeks ago, after the GOP baseball shooting, CNN commentator Sally Kohn spoke out against preaching hate.
Appears that today’s shooting is a brutal reminder that hate can come from any party. The answer to hate is never more hate.
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) June 14, 2017
Of course the tweet seemed to imply it was rare that violence would be coming from the left.
And certainly as has been shown by events both before but most assuredly after the inauguration, the left has been a non-stop font of violence and violent rhetoric.
But at least she was trying to encourage people not to hate, right?
Except, today, not so much.
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) June 27, 2017
Because the GOP baseball shooter wasn’t at all incited by language like this?
His social media suggests indeed that he was.
When you paint GOP as killing people or that everyone is going to die as a result of the bill, there are crazy people who may feel justified in killing in ‘self-defense’ because of the lies being pushed.
— HeisenbergHattie (@HBergHattie) June 27, 2017
When the next leftist lunatic goes on a killing spree, are you going to take responsibility for this rhetoric?
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) June 27, 2017
She’ll just say that the GOP inspired it with their bill.
Source: Young Conservatives