CBS Tweets Clip from 'The Good Fight' Promoting Political Violence
Just when you thought the left couldn't get any more nutty with their rhetoric, this gem comes along. The loony douchenozzles over at CBS thought it wise to promote their show, The Good Fight, by tweeting a clip advocating for violence against "Nazis."
Yeah, I'm not even kidding:
A promo clip for the CBS legal drama show The Good Fight openly advocates using violence to silence political opinions.
The video features an African-American man saying he previously did not advocate violence, but then saw a video of alt-right leader Richard Spencer being punched in the face and changed his mind.
“Some speech requires a more visceral response,” he states, adding the Overton Window (the frame of acceptable opinions) is only maintained by “some enforcement”.
“So yeah, this is enforcement. It’s time to punch a few Nazis,” he adds.
Yep, if you act like a "Nazi," CBS is cool with you being on the receiving end of an assault. Seems like a responsible, mature thing to say. Remember though, we're the ones peeps should be afraid of. Meanwhile, the left is perfectly cool with inciting lynch mobs against anyone they see as a "Nazi."
The big problem here is lefties view everyone as a Nazi. If you criticize a confirmed anti-Semite for brushing off 9/11 as "some thing," you're accused of trying to incite Holocaust 2: Holocaust Harder. When you think about it, this is advocating for violence against anyone who isn't a lefty douchenugget. As in half of the country. Kinda scary.
I guess violence is the only language the left speaks now. Well, unless you count the braindead screeching lefties produce when provoked as a language. So much for all that tolerance and compassion, eh?
While we're talking violent lefties: