Hillary Clinton Calls for ‘Incivility’ Toward Republicans While the Washington Post Denies Left-Wing Violence Exists, Despite Video Proof

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Hillary Clinton, the most recent Democratic presidential candidate and leader of her party, openly endorsed viciousness against her political opponents.  She said that civility can return once Democrats regain some power in the House or Senate.  Meanwhile, the Washington Post is trying to peddle fake news by claiming that Republicans have “cast” resistance against President Trump as angry leftist mobs, and that all of their violence and fury are an illusion created by Republicans to win the midterm elections.  The Washington Post made the absurd claim in the face of numerous videos of screaming progressives chasing Republicans out of restaurants, Congressman Steve Scalise was shot and seriously wounded by a Bernie Sanders supporter, leftist riots on campuses have stopped speaking appearances by conservatives, and just this weekend, groups of hysterical young people yelled at politicians on Capitol Hill and then raged at the doors of the Supreme Court over the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh.  The Washington Post blames the criticism of left-wing mobs on racism by whites who oppose the changing culture and demographics due to mass immigration.  The reality is that Antifa and other leftist groups are the youth wing of the Democratic Party.

 

 

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