Shooting of Congressman Causes Fear with Violent Rhetoric

Many on Capitol Hill and in law enforcement fear that the shooting of Congressman Scalise and the violent rhetoric that has followed may only be the beginning of more violence. Liberal activists are praising the shooting and calling for more shootings of Republicans until Democrats once again gain control of the nation. Anarchy could be the final nail in America’s coffin.

The left-wing gunman whose rampage on a Virginia baseball diamond Wednesday left a congressman in critical condition and three others shot appears to have been driven by political rage critics fear is only increasing.

James T. Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Ill., who was gunned down by police to end the shooting at Simpson Field in Alexandria, Va., appears to have maintained two Facebook pages, each replete with profane anti-Trump posts. Critics say the pages offer a snapshot into the frightening hate that has pervaded politics since Trump’s contentious election win last November.

“When liberal leftists support the assassination of President Trump on stage what do you expect to happen,” Second Amendment Foundation founder and Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb said. “Hate speech and actions incite this kind of violence. It is time for Democrats like Reps. Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Chuck Schumer, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and many of the talking heads at CNN and MSNBC to shut up.” …

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Eight years of socialism by the Obama administration has set up this atmosphere of hate and intolerance. Obama is responsible for the platform of anarchy that is bound to destroy our nation and take us down to the depths of despair and ruination. The America many of us grew up in and loved is gone and we may sadly witness the fall of the greatest free republic in the world’s history.




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