Older people identify socialism with Soviet tyranny but younger ones know it only through seemingly harmless college professors.
The sexual pervert Marquis de Sade was in continual denial of the right to own private property. He has been called the first socialist. De Sade’s philosophy is viewed by Pierre Klossowski “as a precursor of nihilism, negating Christian values.” Serial killer Ian Brady, who with Myra Hindley carried out torture and murder of children known as the Moors murders in England during the 1960s, was fascinated by de Sade, and the suggestion was made at their trial that the tortures of the children (the screams and pleadings of whom they tape-recorded) were influenced by de Sade’s ideas and fantasies.
… de Sade was the first socialist…
United States President James A. Garfield was assassinated by Charles Julius Guiteau on 2 July 1881. Guiteau was a member of the Oneida Community, a communist utopian religious sect (Four men have murdered U.S. presidents. Three of them have been socialists).
Leon Frank Czolgosz was an American anarchist and former steel worker responsible for assassinating William McKinley, President of the United States, in 1901. Early in life he initially joined a moderate workingman’s socialist club, the Golden Eagle Society, and eventually a more radical socialist group known as the Sila Club where he became interested in anarchism. (Four men have murdered U.S. presidents. Three of them have been socialists).
Luigi Galleani was an Italian anarchist active in the United States from 1901 to 1919, viewed by historians as an insurrectionary anarchist. He is best known for his enthusiastic advocacy of “propaganda of the deed,” i.e. the use of violence to eliminate tyrants and oppressors and to act as a catalyst to the overthrow of existing government institutions. From 1914 to 1932, Galleani’s followers in the United States (known as i Galleanisti), carried out a series of bombings and assassination attempts against institutions and persons they viewed as class enemies.
Thomas Joseph “Tom” Mooney was an American political activist and labor leader, who was convicted with Warren K. Billings of the San Francisco Preparedness Day Bombing of 1916. He was well known as a militant and a socialist. Ten deaths and forty injuries resulted from the explosion in the midst of the Preparedness Day parade. The bombing took place at the height of anarchist violence in the United States, especially the Galleanist anarcho-communist movement.
Even failed presidential assassins have cited Left-wing motivations: Giuseppe Zangara, would-be murderer of Franklin D, Roosevelt, confessed: “I kill kings and presidents first, and next all capitalists.” He was the assassin of Anton Cermak, the Mayor of Chicago. Zangara, an Italian immigrant, shot Cermak and also four others in Miami on February 15, 1933 during a speech by United States President–elect Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Democrat president John F. Kennedy secretly sent combat troops into Vietnam and his successor, Lyndon Baines Johnson, escalated Vietnam into a full-scale war. It was Republican Richard Nixon who finally ended U.S. involvement and hence the violence ceased.
Dallas, Texas was considered a hotbed of conservative hostility to John Kennedy, a narrative that was frequently mentioned in TV coverage of the Kennedy assassination. The story continued to be repeated even after Kennedy’s assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was found to be a Castro supporter and Marxist
Four men have murdered U.S. presidents. Three of them have been socialists.
Barack Obama’s dear friend, Bill Ayers, co-founded the Weather Underground, a self-described communist revolutionary group conducted a campaign of bombing public buildings during the 1960s and 1970s in response to US involvement in the Vietnam War. Ayers was involved in blowing up a statue dedicated to police casualties in the 1886 Haymarket Riot, twice. Ayers went on to other bombings, for instance at the New York City Police Department, the United States Capitol, and the Pentagon. He recalled these acts and others in a spectacularly ill-time memoir, Fugitive Days, which came out on September 10, 2001. We all know what happened a day later. When the New York Times quoted him as saying “I don’t regret setting bombs” and “I feel we didn’t do enough,” he relied on his formidable gifts at obfuscation to argue that he was talking about peaceful ways to end the Vietnam War, though what they might have been is unclear. All we know is that he relied mostly on bombs, and several of his colleagues blew themselves up making them.
Fritz Teufel was a prominent figure in the West German political left of the 1960s. One of the founders of Kommune 1, Teufel cultivated a theatrical, humorous public image—encapsulated in his idea of the “Spaßguerilla” (“fun guerrilla”). In the 1970s he rejected this image and became involved with the violent Movement 2 June. He was jailed several times in the process. He planned to ambush Hubert H. Humphrey with cake-mix “bombs.” His politics was part-Maoism and an equal part psychoanalysis. In time he moved to Munich and joined a radical commune, eventually enlisting in the Red Army Faction, which carried out assassinations, bombings, and kidnappings.
Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (born Hubert Gerold Brown), also known as H. Rap Brown, was chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in the 1960s, and during a short-lived (six months) alliance between SNCC and the Black Panther Party, he served as their minister of justice. He is perhaps most famous for his proclamation during this period that “violence is as American as cherry pie”, as well as once stating that “If America don’t come around, we’re gonna burn it down.” He is also known for his autobiography Die Nigger Die!. He is currently serving a life sentence for murder following the 2000 shooting of two Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies.
Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga (born Ronald McKinley Everett, July 14, 1941) is an African-American professor of Africana Studies, activist and author, is best known as the creator of the pan-African and African-American holiday of Kwanzaa. Karenga was a major figure in the Black Power movement of the 1960s and 1970s, and co-founded with Hakim Jamal the black nationalism and social change organization US. Everett chaired the African American Studies department of California State University, Long Beach, from 1989 to 2002. Sometime before that, he spent several years in jail for torture, changed his name to Maulana Ron Karenga, put on a dashiki, embraced marxism, and declared Kwanzaa a real holiday. In 1971, a California jury convicted Karenga of assaulting and torturing two women. A May 14, 1971, article in the Los Angeles Times documented the torture: “Deborah Jones, who once was given the Swahili title of an African queen, said she and Gail Davis were whipped with an electrical cord and beaten with a karate baton after being ordered to remove their clothes. She testified that a hot soldering iron was placed in Ms. Davis’s mouth and placed against Ms. Davis’s face and that one of her own big toes was tightened in a vise. Karenga also put detergent and running hoses in their mouths, she said.”
Pol Pot, born Saloth Sar, was a Cambodian communist revolutionary who led the Khmer Rouge from 1963 until 1997. From 1963 to 1981, he served as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Kampuchea. He presided over a totalitarian dictatorship, in which his government made urban dwellers move to the countryside to work in collective farms and on forced labor projects. The combined effects of executions, strenuous working conditions, malnutrition and poor medical care caused the deaths of approximately 25 percent of the Cambodian population. In all, an estimated 1 to 3 million people (out of a population of slightly over 8 million) died due to the socialist policies of his four-year premiership.
Dwight Alan Armstrong was an American anti-Vietnam War activist who was one of four persons involved in the August 24, 1970, Sterling Hall bombing on the campus University of Wisconsin–Madison, in an act of political protest against the University’s research efforts on behalf of the United States armed forces. The bomb destroyed the building, killing one person and injuring three. Armstrong spent several years on the run after the incident. On New Year’s Eve 1969, Dwight and Karl also stole a light plane from a local airport and unsuccessfully dropped bombs on an area ordnance factory. He justified the bombing, stating that “We did what we had to do; we did what we felt a lot of other people should have done”, continuing that “I don’t care what public opinion is; we did what was right.”
The two assassins of Gerald Ford,Sara Jane Moore and Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, were members of left-wing revolutionary organizations. Moore was active in the Symbionese Liberation Army, a violent terrorist group known for bank robberies, murders, and other acts of violence. Fromme was a member of the infamous “Manson family” — she claimed her desire “to be a voice for the Earth” sparked her decision to approach President Gerald Ford with a loaded gun. She maintained that “before class and race and gender, the Earth needs to be seen and heard and fought for.” Sarah Jane Moore, who worked for the Symbionese Liberation Army-inspired People In Need, tried to kill the 38th president 17 days later. “The government had declared war on the Left,” she later explained of her motives. “Nixon’s appointment of Ford as vice president and his resignation making Ford president seemed to be a continuing assault on America.”
Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, named after Lenin, also known as Carlos the Jackal, is a Venezuelan terrorist currently serving a life sentence in France for the 1975 murder of an informant for the French government and two French counter-intelligence agents. A committed Marxist-Leninist, The Jackal is commonly described as one of the most notorious political terrorists of his era.
Andrei Chikatilo, a member of the Communist party, began a life of serial child molestation, rape, and murder in the 1970s. He picked up runaways, prostitutes, and children throughout the 1980s, killing and mutilating them in the most horrible ways, all to satisfy himself sexually.
On 14 March, 1980 Allard Lowenstein, a former congressman (D), was killed by Dennis Sweeney. Sweeney was a young man with untreated schizophrenia who had been Lowenstein’s protégé in the civil rights movement.
In October 2004, gunshots were fired into the Knoxville Bush-Cheney headquarters.
A September 2009 healthcare reform activist bites off finger of 65-year old man who disagreed with him on Obamacare. The aggressor was a member of the left-wing group, moveon.org.
In August 2009, Service Employees Union International (SEIU) representatives beat up a Saint Louis African-American man who was carrying a “Don’t Tread on Me” flag signifying he was associated with the Tea Party.
Ecoterrorists, Earth Liberation Front, burned HUMMER dealerships in 2003 (West Covia, CA) and 2007 (Denver).
Ecoterrorists, Earth Liberation Front, destroyed an AM radio tower outside of Seattle in September 2009.
In June 2009, a depraved, elderly anti-Semite named James von Brunn gunned down a security guard at the Holocaust Museum in D.C. Von Brunn was an unstable, 9/11 Truther conspiracy loon who bashed Jews and Christians, George W. Bush and Fox News, and had also threatened the conservative Weekly Standard magazine.
In late August 2009, the Colorado Democratic Party decried a window-smashing vandalism attack at its Denver headquarters. The state party chair, Pat Waak, singled out Tea Party activists and blamed “people opposed to health care” for the attack. The perpetrator, Maurice Schwenkler, turned out to be a far Left transgender activist/single-payer anarchist who had worked for a labor union-tied political committee and canvassed for a Democrat candidate.
Listen to Sean Hannity interview Michelle Malkin on the liberal climate of hate (14 min.):
Andrew Joseph Stack III was a communist sympathizer who flew his plane into the Austin IRS building. In his suicide note he quotes Marx.
The suspect in the August 2010 firebombing of Democratic Rep. Russ Carnahan’s campaign office in St. Louis was actually a liberal blogger and former paid campaign worker for Carnahan’s campaign. He falsely reported that the terrorism was perpetrated by the Tea Party. When he was confronted with the lie he said he was “joking” about the Team Party accusation.
A radical enviornmentalist who took three hostages in September 2010 at the Discovery Channel headquarters while wearing what police say may be explosives was shot and killed by officers, police said. The gunman, identified as James Lee, was killed by police following four hours of negotiations but the hostages are all safe, said Montgomery County Police Chief J. Thomas Manger.
Jared Lee Loughner, the Tucson shooter, belief system is to the far left – his decision to “favorite” a YouTube video of a burning American flag, the inclusion of the Communist Manifesto on his reading list, his possible adherence to the 9/11 “truther” movement. A former friend wrote he had been “very liberal” and added, “he was left-wing when I knew him in college. Rather than spurred to violence by the Tea Parties, the killer became obsessed with Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords back in 2007 — two years before the first Tea Party rally.
In February 2011 Congressman, Michael Capuano, D-Mass, at a rowdy gathering of about 1,000 union workers at the State House said, “I’m proud to be with people who understand that it’s more than just sending an Email that gets you going. Every once in a while you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary.’’
Katherine R. Windels of Cross Plains was charged in March 2011 with two felony counts and two misdemeanor counts accusing her of making email threats against Wisconsin lawmakers during the battle over Gov. Scott Walker‘s budget-repair bill. According to the criminal complaint, Windels sent an email threat to state Sen. Robert Cowles (R-Green Bay) on March 9, the day the Senate passed a measure to sharply curtail collective bargaining for public workers. Later that evening, she sent another email to 15 Republican legislators, including Senate Majority Leader Scott L. Fitzgerald (R-Juneau), the complaint says. The subject of the second email was: “Atten.: Death Threat!!!! Bomb!!!” In that email, she purportedly wrote, “Please put your things in order because you will be killed and your families will also be killed due to your actions in the last 8 weeks … I hope you have a good time in hell,” she allegedly wrote in the lengthy email that listed scenarios in which the legislators and their families would die, including bombings and by “putting a nice little bullet in your head.”
Angry Democratic activists set up a Facebook page to urge protesters to dump their trash outside Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner‘s home if the government shut down in March 2011.
Obama-supporter, Amy Bishop, took a gun to work and killed three people and wounded three others. A biology professor, she had drawn the attention of law-enforcement officials in 1986 when she shot and killed her brother in Braintree, Massachusetts, in an incident officially ruled an accident. Along with her husband, she was questioned in a 1993 pipe-bomb incident directed toward her lab supervisor.
On the night of 07 February 2012, a student at University of Colorado Denver was arrested by Secret Service for trying to throw glitter at Mitt Romney. Sources told Colorado Peak Politics that the “glitter bomber” worked for the Colorado state Senate Democrats. The student in question, Peter Smith, faces up to 6 months in prison for “creating a disturbance, throwing a missile and an unlawful act on school property,” according to Denver Police spokesman Sonny Jackson. Glitter bombing has become a tool of liberal gay rights activists believe that throwing glitter at politicians will change their views on gay marriage.
In February 2012 a self-proclaimed animal rights activist in Ohio has been charged with soliciting a hit man to kill a random person wearing fur, either by shooting the individual or slitting his or her throat. Meredith Lowell, 27, of Cleveland Heights, is accused of creating a phony Facebook profile with the intention of contacting a would-be killer, according to the affidavit filed in an Ohio district court. She then allegedly requested that the murder take place at a local library and that she be present so that she could then hand out documents about animal cruelty after the homicide.
A man described as a President Barack Obama fanatic pleads guilty to threatening to kill Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in March 2012. Adam Eugene Cox appeared in a Tennessee courtroom on Wednesday. He was arrested last year for a death threat that began on the Internet. Cox threatened to kill the sheriff and his family. Cox will not go to jail. He was sentenced to supervised probation.
A man suspected of shooting and wounding a security guard in the lobby of a Christian lobbying group had been volunteering at a community center for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. A law enforcement official has identified the suspect arrested in August 2012 shooting as Floyd Corkins II of Herndon, Va. Family Research Council (FRC) officials released video of federal investigators questioning convicted domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins II, who explained that he attacked the group’s headquarters because the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) identified them as a “hate group” due to their traditional marriage views.
Nickelodeon star Jason Biggs and his vulgar wife polluted their public Twitter timelines with sexual jokes, taunts, and misogynist rants aimed at Republican women. After conservative parents and Twitchy pushed back, Biggs tried to sanitize his account of the worst tweets — but later doubled down on the filth. Meanwhile, Nickelodeon removed its tweet promoting Biggs’ Twitter feed. Parents beware!
In December, the official Twitter account of the Michigan House Democrats celebrated — and then tried to erase — Democratic State Rep. Douglas Geiss’s irresponsible incitement to violence over right-to-work legislation.
A St. Louis teen who authorities say is a member of a gang called the “Obama Boyz” has been charged with two shootings on 28 September 2012. Anthony Jamal Lee, 18, fired at a group of people from the window of a Grand Prix at 2:17 p.m., according to charges. A 13-year-old boy was struck in the side of his body and had to be hospitalized; a 17-year-old boy was grazed by bullets on his face and arm.
Craig Stephen Hicks, Chapel Hill shooter, is an avowed atheist and gay-rights advocate.
Michael Moore: “I’m very optimistic about the future, young people. Adelson and all those people will be gone, just like the people who voted for Reagan, the older generation that really was behind Reagan. You know, if you were 55 or 60 years old in 1980, when Reagan ran, you’re dead now. They’re not alive, they left. And when they left, you know, things got better.” (Current TV’s War Room, December 12, 2012.)
Despite numerous media outlets attempting to downplay the issue, Twitter exploded in October 2012 with threats from Obama supporters to assassinate Mitt Romney if he defeats Obama in the presidential race.
On February 3, 2013, a series of shootings began in Orange, Los Angeles, and Riverside counties. Christopher Dorner, was named as a suspect wanted in connection with the series of shootings that killed four people and wounded three others. Dorner supported gun control. Dorner was a fan of CNN and MSNBC. Dorner “embraced” the LGBT community. Dorner was a big fan of Piers Morgan (in his manifesto he wrote: “Give Piers Morgan an indefinite resident alien and Visa card”). Dorner praised President Obama and criticized those who disagreed with him. Dorner ranted against the NRA. Dorner mentioned Chris Matthews, Joe Scarborough, Pat Harvey, Brian Williams, Soledad O’Brien, Wolf Blitzer, Meredith Viera, Tavis Smiley, and Anderson Cooper and encouraged them to “keep up the great work and follow Cronkite‘s lead.” To the head of the NRA, Dorner wrote: “Wayne LaPierre, President of the NRA, you’re a vile and inhumane piece of sh*t. You are a failure of a human being. May all of your immediate and distant family die horrific deaths in front of you.”
By April 2013 the world questioned why Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize: Obama, who less than nine months after his inauguration won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples” while fostering “a new climate” in international relations, especially in reaching out to the Islamic world, has the U.S. engaged in conflicts in six Muslim nations. Today Mr. Obama has more troops in Afghanistan than when he took office. He has widened the use of drones. (The U.S. now has 8,000 of the unmanned remote control planes.) He involved the U.S. military in an undeclared war in Libya, and waged covert wars in Yemen and Somalia. Perhaps most alarming, he is the first U.S. president to authorize the assassination of an American abroad (the New Mexican born Anwar al-Awlaki).
On 11 April 2013 Rosanne Cash gave her cab driver a large gratuity because he promised to place a voodoo curse on NRA’s Wayne LaPierre; additionally he’ll put his energy into hoping Rush Limbaugh is strangled and LaGuardia dispatcher drops dead.
The July 2013 paid protesters opposing the late-term abortion ban in Texas are doing more than rallying outside the legislature against the pro-life bill. They’re threatening pro-life state legislators and their staffers. Death threatens, harassing emails and phone calls and calls for their daughters to be raped are among the hate targeted at pro-life lawmakers from the small contingent of abortion activists upset that Texas would consider banning abortions on babies at viability.
A 2,977 flag memorial was ripped out of the ground in front of Mead Memorial Chapel shortly before 3 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11 2013 by a group of five protestors claiming that the flags were on top of a sacred Abenaki burial site. The flags — meant to commemorate each of the 2,977 lives taken in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks — have been posted in the grass between Mead Chapel and the Davis Family Library.
On 14 October 2013 the New Hampshire Republican Party headquarters has been vandalized by someone who apparently supports President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law.
In December 2013, the student who opened fire in the Denver-area high school on Friday was identified as Karl Halverson Pierson, aged 18. Pierson’s Facebook page, before it was taken down, was a window into his mind. He wrote much about economics and politics, calling himself a “Keynesian” and jesting that neoclassic economic theory would not help fix the economy. He also used his Facebook account to routinely mock Republicans: “…The Republican Party: Health Care: Let ’em Die, Climate Change: Let ’em Die, Gun Violence: Let ’em Die, Women’s Rights: Let ’em Die, More War: Let ’em Die. Is this really the side you want to be on?…”
State prosecutors say they are “confident and satisfied” that Carl Philip Herold, accused of holding a child captive, sexually torturing him and producing child pornography of the torture, will show up for trial after a judge here raised Herold’s bond to $1 million cash in December 2013. Herold, 32, faces charges of producing child pornography, distributing child pornography, allowing his child to be depicted in pornography, sodomy, sexual abuse and aggravated child abuse. He is in the Madison County Jail and was before District Judge Alison Austin on the state’s bond increase petition. One of the charges against Herold is holding the alleged child victim “captive,” but Scully-Clemmons clarified that the reference was to keeping the boy under constant surveillance, not actually locking him up. The boy was never enrolled in school, never received normal immunizations and never had unsupervised play or outings.
Vandals have targeted one of the Bay Area’s wealthiest communities on 14 February 2014. Many of the messages said “F*** the 1%,” a reference to the income inequality between the top one percent of Americans and the rest of the population. One of the writings had a more threatening tone: “kill people.”
March 2014 Study: Spoiled, Wealthy College Students More Likely to Support Terrorism. The story of the Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev shocked the American public consciousness and made many ask: how could a person with a good education from a well-off family turn out to be a terrorist? A new study conducted by a British university answers that question — the results may be surprising. According to the study conducted by Queen Mary University in London found that youth, wealth and a full-time education are significant risk factors for violent radicalization. The researchers worked from the belief that radicalization is a process and focused on the factors that define the pre-radicalization phase and make individuals susceptible to the messaging of extremist groups in their study.
You haven’t really heard much about the 28-year-old man who allegedly threw two Molotov cocktails though the window of Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s office on 11 September 2014. Eric King is 28 years old and a college graduate. He became an activist after visiting Cairo, Egypt and witnessing some of the worst global poverty first hand. This trip helped him to understand how global socio-economic policy created poverty and human degradation. Eric has previously participated in three rallies against Monsanto. Says Eric, Monsanto is far too dangerous to sit on our hands. Opines Eric further, Monsanto’s influence over our government, including the executive branch, is out of control; their products are frightening, and they have a legal stronghold over farmers here in the US and around the globe.
This undated photo (right) provided by the Washington County Jail shows Emanuel Velez. Velez and Nikole Ardeno are community organizers with a local Stop the Violence group and both have been charged with severely beating a former roommate with whom they had a property dispute on Tuesday, 28 October 2014.
Headline: Protester Who Advocates Peace Charged with Arson. One of the most frequently quoted and photographed Ferguson protesters was charged Saturday with setting fire to a Berkeley convenience store in December 2014. St. Louis County police arrested Joshua Williams, 19, of St. Louis, on Friday after several local media outlets and store surveillance captured images of him trying to set a pile of wood on fire outside the QuikTrip on North Hanley Road early Wednesday. Williams confessed to setting fires at the store in a videotaped interview, according to court documents. Williams has been quoted as an advocate for peaceful protests. An MSNBC profile of Williams in September quoted him as saying, “We have to come together as one and show them we can be peaceful, that we can do this. If not, they’regoing to just want us to act up so (police) can pull out their toys on us again.” Later, he continued: “I learned that we have to stand up and that you can’t get nowhere with violence but you can always move people without it.”
The cities with populations over 200,000 (2014) ranked as the most dangerous:
- Detroit, MI – Mayor Mike Duggan – DEMOCRAT
- Oakland, CA – Mayor Jean Quan – DEMOCRAT
- Memphis, TN – Mayor A C Wharton – DEMOCRAT
- St. Louis, MO – Mayor Francis G. Slay – DEMOCRAT
- Cleveland, OH – Mayor Frank G. Jackson – DEMOCRAT
- Baltimore, MD – Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake – DEMOCRAT
- Milwaukee, WI – Mayor Tom Barrett – DEMOCRAT
- Birmingham, AL – Mayor William A. Bell – DEMOCRAT
- Newark, NJ – Mayor Ras Baraka – DEMOCRAT
- Kansas City, MO – Mayor Sly James – Independent (but probably a DEMOCRAT)
If you had asked me maybe even last year, I would have probably said, ‘Clearly the tension is greater in those parts of the world, because one wrong word and you don’t know whether you’d be boxed and sent back or what.’ But you know, our university campuses are getting pretty hostile, too. I was at an Ivy League school earlier this year and had to walk in with security. Unbelievable that this was actually happening in the United States at a time where, quote, ‘tolerance is the buzz word.
Ravi Zacharias, November 2014
On August 26, 2015, news reporter Alison Parker and photojournalist Adam Ward, employees of CBS affiliate WDBJ, were shot to death while conducting a live television interview. The gunman was identified as 41-year-old Vester Lee Flanagan II, also known by the professional pseudonym of Bryce Williams, a former reporter at WDBJ. Throughout his rambling suicide letter to authorities he claims he suffered racial discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying at work for being a black gay man.
A 2015 survey of the fifty most dangerous cities in the world listed 86% have socialist governments and 8% are run by the American Democrat party. Only 6% of the world’s most dangerous cities are run by conservatives, and these “conservative” cities have newly-elected anti-socialist leaders promising to reverse the violence.
In October 2016, gunshots were fired into the North Carolina Republican headquarters.
On 26 October 2016 a violent leftist smashed Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Secret Service agents rushed Donald Trump offstage on 05 November 2016 during a rally in Reno, Nevada after they determined a protester in the audience might pose a threat to the Republican presidential candidate. A combination of local police and private security wrestled Austyn Crites, 33, to the ground in the front of the crowd. Crites identifies himself as a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to his Facebook page.
The shock and anger over Donald Trump’s ascension to the White House has triggered a flood of calls on Twitter and other social media outlets for the president-elect to be assassinated — and authorities will investigate all threats deemed to be credible. Some posts called for both Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence to be assassinated, and there’s even an #AssassinateTrump hashtag.
There’s no romanticism of political violence on the Right as there is on the Left.
The Left lionize their murderers. The Right runs from theirs.