Radical Democrat Arrested for Threatening GOP Senator

Democrats are constantly claiming they want more gun control laws to reduce violence in America and yet they are the ones that are using violence in their protests against President Trump, Republicans and conservatives in general. Take the case of the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise last month. Now, another radical Democrat has been arrested for threatening Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA).

The American political left has long been seeking a violent end to their war on conservatism, and an incident out of Omaha this week has reaffirmed their commitment to the New Civil War.

With republican congressman Steve Scalise recently being readmitted to the ICU while battling an infection, we are given a stark reminder of what the radical left in America is now capable of.  These militant liberals has long been desensitizing the American people to the idea of riotous violence against President Trump and the conservatism that he represents, with celebrities and media pundits alike doing their part.  In the aftermath of Scalise’s injury at the hands of a leftist madman name James T. Hodgkinson, a number of new threats against the right wing have emerged, including the latest from Omaha.

“Dr. Glenn Hurst had gotten used to the strings of almost unintelligible text messages — often sent late at night — from his longtime friend Robert William Simet of Omaha.

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Part of the typical hypocrisy of Democrats is that they decry violence of others and then call people to violence if necessary. A clear example was all of the protests and rioting that took place after Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in last November’s election. Many of those protests and demonstrations were anything but peaceful and yet many of those involved are pro-gun control to stop violence.




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