Those Liberals and Leftids…They Are a Lot Meaner Than You
Another way liberals and other leftids intimidate regular people is by scaring them with their wild behavior. They like to give the impression that violence could break out at any minute, if you dare to disagree with them; and often enough, it does.
I can’t cover specific examples of this today: there are too many of them. And it’s not only the actual physical threat; they augment that with violent, intemperate language. Again, the expectation is that they just might fly off the handle and do something regrettable, if they don’t get their way. I have in mind Sen. Elizabeth “Faux-cahontas” Warren’s insane diatribe against her fellow senator, Jeff Sessions, during his confirmation hearings this past week. But again, there are tens of thousands of examples. You can literally find them everywhere you look.
Our government, setting a daily example of lawlessness throughout all eight years of the Obama regime, has encouraged this. Losing the 2016 election seems to have driven them mad.
But before they succeed in scaring you into silence, remember that Obama’s gone and his lawless attorneys general, Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, are out of office and won’t be able to protect the thugs and loonies anymore. Hopefully Attorney General Sessions and President Trump will take firm action to restore the rule of law. They won’t be able to restore sanity, let alone civility; but at least they might be able to protect us from the worst of the kooks.
See, if they can’t snow you with their pretense to intellectual superiority, they quickly resort to yelling, name-calling, threats, and sometimes violence.
Remember, though: there are a lot more of us than there are of them. And we cannot be expected to put up with their tactics forever.
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