‘STOP THEM’: New Ad Highlights Left’s Violent Attacks On Republicans

‘STOP THEM’: New Ad Highlights Left’s Violent Attacks On Republicans

The Republican National Committee released a new campaign ad on Friday that highlighted the political violence that has occurred against Republicans in recent weeks; the ad comes just as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi endorsed “collateral damage” against conservatives.

The ad comes after several violent attacks have been launched against Republicans in recent days, including:

Pelosi, a California Democrat, said earlier this week that if collateral damage happens against those who disagree with the political agenda of the Democratic Party then “so be it.”

“We have to have total clarity about what we do when it comes to everything — a woman’s right to choose, gay marriage … whether it’s about immigration, whether it’s about gun safety, whether it’s about climate …” Pelosi said earlier this week. “I think that we owe the American people to be there for them, for their financial security, respecting the dignity and worth of every person in our country, and if there’s some collateral damage for some others who do not share our view, well, so be it, but it shouldn’t be our original purpose.”


One response to “‘STOP THEM’: New Ad Highlights Left’s Violent Attacks On Republicans

  1. This is not the first time Dems have used language that could be taken as suggesting violence against Republicans. It’s just more hypocrisy from the hypocrit-ocratic party, which condemned Sarah Palin for using an expression “in our sights”. This expression is a commonly-used one and in no way incited violence, but the Dems accused her of such anyway. But in true hypocrite fashion, Pelosi can use any kind of vile language and no libs say a word.

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