Tolerant? Leftist Group in Guilford County: ‘Time to Declare CIVIL WAR Against Trump Administration’

GREENSBORO – A common theme in the narratives churned out by the Left is that theirs is the political wing full of compassion, tolerance, and peace, while the Republicans and conservatives are full of hate for minorities, the poor, and prone to violence.

Over the last couple of years this narrative has been revealed to the public as a total farce, something conservatives have known for quite a while. But recently the hate and political violence emanating from the Left has been surging as they find themselves incapable of ‘tolerating’ President Donald Trump.

Think Antifa, the Baseball Practice shooter, the Left threatening violence to shutdown conservative speakers on college campuses, and…a group called ‘Indivisible Guilford County.’

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Try to ignore the irony of a group labeling itself ‘indivisible’ is calling for division in the strongest possible terms by proposing a civil war. Pointing out the obvious to a group of deranged Leftists is usually a losing proposition.

Instead, imagine the feverish pace with which local and national media would cover such a story if it was put out by a conservative group.

The Left is going through a process of reducing their political philosophy down to its core – collective violence to enforce their anti-liberty political beliefs.

The next time you hear a Democrat crying about Trump’s mean spirited policies – daring to enforce immigration laws, for instance – remind them of the concerning proliferation of literal calls for violence by the Left.

If this continues, and with Trump at the helm it is not likely to subside, the Left is going to get someone killed. And the media at large couldn’t care less.

 

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