The left is going crazy. Their feelings are hurt because no one will vote for them except low information voters. But with the advent of the internet, there aren’t as many of them as there were 20 or 30 years ago. They are also upset because they couldn’t stop the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, using fake allegations. So, why do liberals use violence as a first resort?
Because they get away with it, except for this girl. As she crowed the elderly man and beat her hand against his sign, several people were recording her actions and last we see of her is as she is being led away with her hands tied with zip ties.
A video of a girl in jeans shorts dancing around an elderly man who is peacefully protesting in front of the Supreme Court went viral over the weekend.
The video was shot during protests in front of the high court after the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and shows the girl trying to knock two signs out of the man’s hands. The signs read “She is a good liar” and “Arm teachers, protect kids.” During the brief video, the girl is also shouting “Hey hey, ho ho, Kavanaugh has got to go!” in his face.
You’ll be seeing this hopping sausage lover in every campaign ad this month… pic.twitter.com/17AukN8D61
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) October 7, 2018
Wouldn’t that be considered assault and obstruction of the first amendment? Reverse the tables there would headlines about the racist violent right!
— Mark Cox (@mark_cox74) October 7, 2018
It’s a shame no one respects elders anymore. In a functional democracy, everyone is entitled to their own opinions and if you don’t like that, just vote. There is no need for violence and verbal abuse.
— Vlad Arnautu (@VladArnautu) October 7, 2018
Typical response, preach dialogue but resort to taunting and violence when you don’t submit to their thinking. This is why many people will turn away from the looney left!
— Bill greathead (@VillredBill) October 8, 2018
The day is coming when we the people are going to have enough of that crap. I suggest law enforcement step in now.
— Thomas Newman (@ThomasN82372391) October 7, 2018