Why are the Democrats so violent? Unfriended! Democrat drives to man’s house and shoots him after heated political disagreement on Facebook.
A Facebook dispute boiled over into real life on Monday when a Democrat drove over to another man’s home and shot him.
Brian Sebring, 44, of Tampa, Florida, was arrested for shooting Alex Stephens, 46, also of Tampa, in the thigh and buttocks after their online disagreement.
Because if you disagree with the Left, you much be destroyed. (Hat tip to The Other McCain and Crazy People Are Dangerous: Democrat Shoots Man After Facebook Quarrel.
A big hint should be all those guys running around in masks. Democrats: The Party of Hate.
The Left doesn’t disagree with the Right. The Left hates and wants to destroy the Right.
This is what your friend or relative who votes for Democrats is actually voting for — political violence against anyone who disagrees with them, so that Democrats are free to commit assault in the name of “social justice,” to deny the constitutional rights of citizens who vote Republican.
This is in relation to an incident in California, but the attitude – giving a free pass to folks who commit violence against Republicans – is not limited to California.
This is so true. Hillary, Democrats and the Blame Game : The Other McCain
Never in my memory have Democrats accepted defeat sensibly. Keep in mind that (a) I’m nearly 60, and (b) I used to be a Democrat myself. After Jimmy Carter was defeated by Ronald Reagan in 1980, Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) created a narrative that Reagan’s success represented the Triumph of Fear, Hate and Corporate Greed. Because they were unwilling to admit the truth — i.e., liberalism doesn’t work — Democrats convinced themselves that all they needed to do was to put the same old crap into a more appealing package.
It covers Clinton’s election with only 43% of the popular vote – thanks to Ross Perot – and their monumentally unpopular programs which resulted “in the 1994 “Republican Revolution” when the GOP took control of both houses of Congress for the first time in 40 years.” That was called a “temper tantrum” by an ABC News Anchor.
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