Cocaine Mitch knows a thing or two about unhinged leftists being encouraged to attack people who have a different opinion (see Liberals Hold the Dumbest Protest Ever Outside of Mitch McConnell’s Home and CIVILITY: Maxine Waters’ Most Stupid Drones Harasses Mitch McConnell at His Home). Hillary Clinton is doing anything to stay relevant. So, of course, she came out calling the REPUBLICANS uncivil. Recently saying you can’t “be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for.” Yet conservatives are expected to do that every day: obey Democrats or be attacked by civil Democrats. It makes sense only if you’re high.
Cocaine Mitch wasn’t amused.
“The far-left mob is not letting up. Earlier today former Secretary of State Clinton sent this signal as clear as today. This is Secretary Clinton. She told CNN exactly how she views millions of Americans who hold different political views from her own. Here’s what she said: ‘You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for. If we’re fortunate enough to win back the House and/or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again.’ No peace until they get their way? More of these unhinged tactics? Apparently this is the left’s rallying cry. But fortunately the American people know that the fact-free politics of hate, fear, and intimidation are not how we actually govern in our democratic republic. The Senate and the nation will not be intimidated.”
We joke about the unhinged antics of the let. Mainly because the left makes themselves easy to laugh at with said unhinged antics. Yelling at the sky? How are we supposed to pass up such fodder? But we’re at a point where the left isn’t going to be happy until they get a Republican killed. Which is just my opinion based on what I’ve seen. Don’t send me your hate tweets.
But an alleged killing which may or may not happen will be reported in the press as, “Republicans Seize on Democrats getting one of them killed.”
Civility and political opposition are at fever pitch. Mitch is right to push back, but we need a lot more pushback than this.