Since the horror at home plate we’ve played a continuous game of Whack-A-Mole. Smacking leftist calls for more flow of red, red kroovy. Like this dunce who popped up for Whack-A-Mole round two:
After a shooter in Alexandria left House Majority Whip Steve Scalise in critical condition and wounded four other people, a longtime New Jersey Democratic political strategist responded by introducing the hashtags #HuntRepublicans and #HuntRepublicanCongressmen.
Devine has run for office, consulted for numerous New Jersey campaigns, and worked in the offices of state lawmakers. He’s also a blogger.
In an interview with MyCentralNewJersey.com, Devine said, “If you want to invite a class war, then you have to expect people to fight back at some point.” The Democratic strategist also wrote on Facebook that he had “little sympathy” for Scalise because of his lack of support for gun control.
Oh look, another violence-loving leftist douchemeister…
This guy is not a random #FightFor15 booger picker. He’s a political strategist. As in his job is to maximize the votes. Yet, the best strategy his pea-brain is able to muster is “kill the competition.” Not only is he a small-minded leftist with serious anger issues, he also sucks at his job.
A vacation might realign Jimmy’s cognition. Like a nice resort upstate. One with ultra-private suites bragging around-the-clock room service. And the finest padded walls money can buy.
Sociopathic calls to violence aren’t surprising. We’ve seen violent threats from celebrities, simulated Trump stabbings, and trucks bearing MAGA flags under fire. In the past week alone. The left’s biggest gripe? The attacks weren’t organized enough.
Is it just a few bad apples? Hmmm. Violent outbreaks against conservatives aren’t coming from the fringe. It appears to be a concerted effort by the mainstream left to win. Whatever the costs. Even if that means giving their ideological opponents (anyone tilting right) an extended siesta in the ICU. Or the cemetery.
Think I’m out of my gourd? Watch this and get back to me…