With violent protesters shutting down Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Chicago, people getting physically assaulted, and a Black Lives Matter nutjob almost managing to rush the stage and do God knows what to a presidential candidate, the media is left trying to point the finger at the big boogeyman – “rhetoric.”
You see, “rhetoric” is the cause of these outbursts by the folks at Trump’s rally. It’s just not his rhetoric that is the problem.
President Obama recently claimed that things happening at Republican events are not “a consequence of actions that I’ve taken.”
But they’re certainly a byproduct of the “rhetoric” you’ve used over the years, Mr. Obama. And if “rhetoric” can be used to justify violence as you and the media have done in the case of demonizing Trump, then you are just as guilty as hell.
These left-wing goons are inciting violence because they’ve heard repeatedly from their President over the years that it’s okay to do so. They’re following Obama’s marching orders, that it’s okay to be violent against Republicans.
Need examples of Obama saying it’s okay to be violent against Republicans?
Here’s Obama saying that when it comes to Republicans, you need to “argue and get in their face”:
President Obama tells his supporters that “we need to punish our enemies”:
Obama told Republicans that they need to stop talking and “get out of the way”:
Here’s our President saying he wants to know “whose ass to kick”:
Then of course, there’s the time Obama told his supporters that “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun.”
The McCain campaign and RNC are pouncing on another line from the Obama pool report:
“If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said in Philadelphia last night. “Because from what I understand, folks in Philly like a good brawl. I’ve seen Eagles fans.”
It’s only a matter of time before your followers actually carry out your orders on this last one, Mr. President.
Check out this report on President Obama blaming Republicans for the rise of Donald Trump:
Comment: Is the violence at Donald Trump rallies a simple byproduct of President Obama’s violent rhetoric over the years? Tell us why or why not.