Democrats have run out of ways to try to ‘beat Trump’. Instead, they’ve resorted to violent rhetoric and manipulating everything the President says to try an fit their narrative that Trump spreads hate.
But when is the last time, or ever, that you’ve heard of a Trump-supporter firebombing a government facility? When have you heard of a violent attack carried out from a pro-lifer against an unhinged pro-abortionist?
The fact is, liberals and their Democratic overlords are hateful, enraged, violent belligerents that hide under the guise of ‘activism’ and protests.
Their recent schtick has been calling Trump a racist for telling anti-American congresswomen to get out of this country. This is after multiple incidents of anti-American hate rhetoric from each of those lawmakers.
In the tweet, Trump referred to them as “‘Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen” whose home countries have been collapsing from corruption and said they should return home to aid those who are suffering.
He also said their departure would please Nancy Pelosi and suggested she would even cover the cost of their travel. Trump was referring to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is Puerto Rican, was born in the Bronx, N.Y., and raised in suburban Westchester County. Tlaib, who along with Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., became one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to Congress, was born in Detroit.
Jon Tester said the way for Democrats to win in states President Trump won in 2016 is to “punch him in the face” during an interview on Morning Joe Thursday morning.
The Montana Democratic senator notably won reelection in 2018 despite the president campaigning for the Republican challenger Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale multiple times in the months prior.
“Let me ask you, how much did Donald Trump win your state by?” Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough asked.
“I think those — the kind of issues that really hit home, how you’re going to invest in infrastructure and how you’re going to pay for it, I think those are the issues that really will move the folks who will get you elected,” the senator continued. “I don’t think, even in states where Donald Trump won big, that it does you any good running away from Donald Trump. I think you need to go back and punch him in the face. I mean the truth is this guy is bad for this country.”