Film Director Paul Schrader Calls For “Violence” to Stop Donald Trump

Leftist vitriol in aftermath of Trump’s victory accelerates

“This attack on liberty and tolerance will not be solved by appeasement. Obama tried that for eight years. We should finance those who support violence resistance. We should be willing to take arms. Like Old John Brown, I am willing to battle with my children. Alt right nut jobs swagger violence. It’s time to actualize that violence, Like by Civil War Michigan predecessors I choose to stand with the black, the brown and the oppressed,” he concluded.

This is by no means the first time someone the public eye has encouraged violence against Trump.

Just last week, Guardian columnist Monisha Rajesh tweeted, “It’s about time for a presidential assassination,” in response to Trump’s victory.

CEO Matt Harrigan also went on an unhinged tirade, posting that he was “going to kill the president elect” using a “sniper rifle”.

As we reported before the election, other journalists also dreamed up scenarios of seeing Trump assassinated and made jokes about it.

Despite an anti-Trump hate crime wave sweeping the country, the media has completely ignored innumerable cases of Trump supporters being abused and beaten nationwide, with CBS’ Lesley Stahl instead choosing to ask Trump about the Muslims and Latinos who are supposedly being ‘harassed’ by his supporters.


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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of and Prison


3 responses to “Film Director Paul Schrader Calls For “Violence” to Stop Donald Trump

  1. These people advocating violence should be arrested and deported. They evidently don’t know what a democracy entails. This is exactly why the US is foremost a republic, because there is a protection against crazies who vote. They are starting a civil war because they are probably going to tune on the Trump voters eventually, since it’s the voters who put him in office. Incitement is against the law isn’t it? These social media activists must be shut down at the very least. Their freedom of speech ends at my right to be safe.


  2. Calling for assassination and other forms of violence are acts of terrorism, and, the Patriot Act covers that. The Patriot Act, that legislation pushed through the House by Dennis Hastert, the replacement of the previous Speaker, a man intimidated from that position by the anthrax terror.

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  3. Reblogged this on necltr and commented:

    Lesley Stahl, you should be very angry, you have been kept out of the loop and apparently haven’t been told that it is almost all your co-workers and their employers who are causing that FEAR! Wow! I just scared myself.


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