Don’t you dare accuse Democrat attacks on Republicans as a “mob.” The use of the word ‘mob’ is not a reference to the mafia or organized crime, although it could be defined that way considering the criminal nature of the Democrat Party.
‘Mob’ refers to a group of people acting in unison to silence, disrupt, harass, and intimidate the opposition. The opposition is any Republican, black person who does not support the Democrat Party, or a conservative speaker or spokesperson.
Look how the media mob are attacking Kayne West? Why are they doing this? Because someone like West is pulling the curtain back to expose how the Democrat Party has used and abused blacks to gain and keep political power over them. Candace Owens, a black woman, made the following comment at the University of George when one of her critics accused her of not being black:
Among the crowd were protesters who seemed to take displeasure in the fact that Owens is a black conservative.
“You’re not black!” Shouted one agitator while Owens explained why she left the Democratic Party.
“[The Left] believes that someone loses their blackness as soon as they become a conservative,” reacted [Charlie] Kirk, “They did this to Clarence Thomas, they did this to Dr. Ben Carson, and now they’re doing this to Candace Owens.”
“Make no mistake, the Left believes that they own black people,” added Owens, “So when a black person has the audacity to stand on stage and say—I no longer agree with these policies, and I would like to think with my brain as opposed to my skin tone, they lose their minds.” (Breitbart)
Being black is not about color. It’s all about ideology.
Next to unfounded charges of sexual harassment being leveled against GOP candidates, the use of the word ‘mob’ is being deemed “racist” to paint the Republicans as — wait for it — racists.
The following is how the Left is trying to dismiss the numerous mobs that are harassing Republicans. It’s typical dug and run and redirection:
When they cry “angry mob,” this is what they mean: “leftists, elitists and feminists, […] academics and celebrities, of Trump nemesis Michael Avenatti, philanthropist George Soros and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), who has called for the president’s impeachment.” They don’t have to go full-on racist, sexist, and anti-Semitic, because Trump is making that explicit. But when they say “angry mob,” the dog bullhorn sounds in every deplorable’s ear. “I’m sure there is some little old lady in Iowa who now keeps her doors locked because she thinks there’s going to be some anarchist mob coming through Davenport,” scoffs John Weaver, longtime Republican strategist and Trump critic, but he means it. (Daily Kos)
There were mobs of paid Leftists who tried to disrupt the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. There were mobs of Leftists who scratched and pounded on the doors of the Supreme Court when Judge Kavanaugh became Justice Kavanaugh.
Let’s not forget the mob that drove Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family from a restaurant in Virginia or Ted Cruz and his wife:
The owner of the Washington, D.C., restaurant where U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and his wife were harassed by a leftist mob … said his employees have received “life-threatening” messages over the incident, which went viral after being caught on cellphone video.
In addition to the ‘mob mentality,’ there are the mob inciters. They are Democrats and their supporters who advocate for mob opposition against Republicans and incite them to mob behavior.
Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters (CA) urged people to harass Trump administration officials.
Democrat Sen. Cory Booker (NJ) called for people to “get up in the face” of members of Congress.
Here’s what Eric Holder, former Pres. Obama’s Attorney General who is considering running for President in 2020, said what tactics to use against Republicans:
During a campaign swing in McDonough, Ga., on Sunday, former attorney general Eric Holder notes former first lady Michelle Obama’s high-minded 2016 slogan, “When they go low, we go high.” Then he makes clear he disagrees.
“No, no,” Holder says. “When they go low, we kick ’em. That’s what this new Democratic Party is about.”
Can you imagine what the response would be if a Republican said anything like this? Of course, you can.
Still bitter Hillary Clinton added to the mob mentality with her typical flair for the dramatic and stupidity:
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday said “civility can start again” in the United States only if Democrats win back the House or the Senate in November’s midterm elections.
Clinton, who made the comments in an interview with CNN, added that “you cannot be civil with” the Republican Party because it “wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about.”
“That’s why I believe, if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again. But until then, the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength,” Clinton said. (The Hill)
Republicans aren’t getting in the face of Democrats and driving them out of restaurants and movie theaters. It wasn’t a Republican who tried to kill Democrats with a high powered rifle; it was a Bernie Sanders’ supporter. It wasn’t a Republican who severely injured a Senator as he was mowing his grass.
Sen. Rand Paul said the following during an appearance this week on Fox & Friends:
I was there at the ballfield when Steven Scalise almost died from a very, very angry, violent man who was incited, really, by rhetoric on the left. And this hasn’t been reported enough: When he came on to the ball field with a semiautomatic weapon, firing probably close to 200 shots at us, shooting five people and almost killing Steve Scalise, he was yelling, “This is for health care!” He also had a list of conservative legislators–Republicans–in his pocket, that he was going to kill. (Breitbart)
As Eric Holder said, “That’s what this new Democratic Party is about.”