Mark Meckler, who co-founded Tea Party Patriots, is sick and tired of the way that the media seem to gloss over the violent rhetoric of Democrats while focusing on any small thing that Republicans say and do.
"After the shooting at the Congressional baseball game, it was fashionable for pundits not to rush to conclusions, to avoid using the tragedy to score political points. Hateful rhetoric has come from both sides, the supposedly more reasonable pundits said. Hate knows no party lines. And this is true, to a point," he wrote. "Now that the dust has settled, I wanted to encourage America to take a long and hard look at the poisonous rhetoric and where it is mostly originating: the left."
To prove his point, he and a staffer named Austin Goss, over at Empower Texans created a definitive list of all of the recorded instances of violence or violent rhetoric coming from the left to the right since the election, then he divided them by month.
Here's just one month, selected at random: June:
1st- In a photo shoot, “comedian” Kathy Griffin takes a photo of her holding what appears to be the bloody decapitated head that looks exactly like President Donald Trump.
10th- Lisa Solomon, a protester with the terroristic AntiFa group, stabs a police horse with a nail on the end of a makeshift weapon.
13th- A production/remake of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar in New York City features a Donald Trump lookalike playing the part of Julius Caesar. He’s later assassinated in the play.
14th- At a Republican practice for the annual Congressional Baseball game, a radicalized leftist shows up to the park in Arlington, Virginia and begins to shoot at the Republican’s in a politically motivated attack, wounding a congressman and several others in the process.
15th- Following the shooting at the Republican’s baseball practice, many mainstream figures in the left media attempted to justify the shooting based on the conservatism of the victim, Representative Steve Scalise (R-Louisiana). Joy Reid, host of AM Joy on MSNBC, asked “Because he is in jeopardy and everybody is pulling for him, are we required in a moral sense to put that aside in the moment?” On Twitter, a Democrat operative from New Jersey, James Devine, started the hashtag #HuntRepublicans, a trend for which he never apologized. Chelsea Gentry-Tipton, head of the Nebraska Democratic Black Caucus, tweeted that she was “laughing” about the congressional baseball shooting.Representative Claudia Tenney (R-New York) received a voicemail following the shooting that threatened “1 down, 216 to go,” a reference to the number of Republican congressmen currently.
17th- Missouri Representative Ann Wagner said she had gotten five death threats in the previous weeks, that protesters had been "vandalizing my home, showing up with masks and gravestones, and laying down on my driveway and drawing chalk outlines of dead bodies. Picketing my church at 8 and 10 o'clock Mass."
19th- The pop band Moby blows up a “Nazi Donald Trump” in their animated music video.
20th- Speaking to his supporters at a health care rally, Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) calls on his followers to act in an “unprecedented way” against the Republican health care bill. Sanders furthered asked his followers to “stand up and fight back in every way you can”
21st- Antonio Foreman, body guard to well known alt-right figure “Baked Alaska” is stabbed multiple times by two attackers, supposedly while leaving a pro-Trump event. Those associated with him claim that the attacks were politically motivated.
22nd- Johnny Depp makes a joke to a crowd about assassinating President Trump. “When was the last time an actor assassinated the President?”
22nd - An Ohio man arrested after leaving a voicemail for Rep. Steve Stivers (Ohio) which said, "We're coming to get every goddamn one of you and your families. Maybe the next one taken down will be your daughter. Huh? Or your wife. Or even you.”
22nd - Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz revealed a threatening voicemail which said, "I suggest you prepare for the battle motherf**ker, and the apocalypse. Because we are going to hunt your ass down, wrap a rope around your neck, and hang you from a lamppost."
23rd- Phil Montag, co-chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party, is caught on tape saying that he wishes Rep. Steve Scalise was “f***ing dead.”
Folks, that's just one month. One. Meckler and team have a list of forty instances of this type of violence that the mainstream media will not report. Check out "The Definitive Guide to the Left's Violent Tactics Since Donald Trump Was Elected" to read the very long list.