Friday, October 12, 2018

Brutality is in the Eye of E. Holder

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And of course, Holder's armed New Black Panther pals will handle the polling places.
Enraged by the fact that Donald Trump is, in fact, "winning" on the national and international stages, and doing more for America's minority communities than Obama accomplished in 8 years, top Democrats have been hard pressed to come up with a rebuttal to this administration's remarkable success. But at last, they've found something: increasing calls for physical violence against anyone who opposes their racist, sexist, and socialist policies.

And the calls for violence aren't just coming from the meth-using, basement-dwelling, Antifa minions who get a weekly allowance from George Soros (and, probably, their long-suffering parents). No, the bloodlusting battle cries are coming from top Democrats.

Eric Holder, the sleazy law-breaking bag man for Barack Obama who helped destroy the credibility of the Department of Justice, just issued a statement in which he declared that "Michelle Obama says when (Republicans) go low, we go high. No! NO! When they go low we KICK them!"

Hillary Clinton, who once swore to accept the results of the election in which Donald Trump kicked her fanny, just declared "You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about. That's why I believe if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and or the Senate, that's when civility can start again. But until then the only thing Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength."

Hang on - we're pretty sure that there's a word that distills that whole thought. "Strength" applied in a way that lacks "civility"...  Oh yeah, now we remember! That word is violence.

And let's not forget Mad Maxine Waters, who helped pour gasoline on this anti-American fire by saying "If you see anyone from the Cabinet in a restaurant, a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and create a crowd! And you push back on them! And you tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere!" Except, perhaps, the death camps that Maxine and her chums seemingly have in mind for citizens who won't do what they're told.

This is in no way amusing, because it's pushing our nation to a very dangerous place. Not that you'd know it from the mainstream media, which has now undertaken a concerted and coordinated effort to say that violent Leftist mobs aren't really "mobs" at all - they're just groups of concerned citizens who are expressing their first amendment rights by kicking people in their faces, beating cars with truncheons, harassing family homes, and - when things get a bit boring - setting things on fire.

It seems inevitable that blood will eventually be shed - and that's just what Holder, Hillary, Maxine, and the rest of their ilk want. In victimhood there is why not push impressionable kids into acts so dangerous that a few may get shot while assaulting right wing Nazis?

That scenario is quite literally the Leftists' wet dream. And they're bothered not at all by whose blood will be providing the moisture.


M. Mitchell Marmel said...

That scenario is quite literally the Leftists' wet dream. And they're bothered not at all by whose blood will be providing the moisture.

Long as it isn't THEIR precious bodily fluids, of course. Pfui.

willyobiker said...

Too much food for fact I'm stuffed, is this the meltdown of American politics?
How far will it go and down which path? Interesting times.

Roger Myers said...

'There is no-one more dangerous than someone with nothing to lose". Democrats and their lapdog media are getting
trounced by Trump at every turn, none of their old tricks will work with this POTUS.

Dems cannot win the debate of ideas, all they have left is violence

OC said...

Our side has millions of guns and billions of bullets.
There side can't decide which bathroom to us.
Bring it.

Anonymous said...

The democrat party is looking more and more like the Fascist parties of the 1930s and 40s Secretive, totalitarian, intolerant, punitive, and flat out dangerous.

Only the progressive uses the Justice system & IRS as a political tool.
Only a progressive would call you a racist if you disagree with them on any level.
Only a progressive sends someone to prison to help facilitate a political lie.
Only a progressive would militarize the bureaucracy and use it against its citizens.
Only a Progressive would allow thousands of weapons to go to dangerous criminals knowing and hoping hundreds would die.....for domestic political purposes.
Only progressives and unions via the IRS would threaten the Constitution.
Only a progressive would destroy a country and remake it in his own image.

Only a progressive hates democracy, and America.

Fred Ciampi said...

Amen, 'tis a sad day for America. And I don't think that the liberal leadership realizes that they too will be in the crosshairs; quite literally. Or, more accurately, they especially, will be in the crosshairs.

Geoff King said...

From the entire Kavanaugh debacle the one image that will be forever etched in my memory is the video of the mindless minions beating and scratching on the doors of the Supreme Court Building.
Although not a fan of the horror movie genre, it reminded me so much of a scene from a zombie movie, that I half expected to see Will Smith come out with guns blazing like in "I Am Legend". That movie, if you did not know, was a remake of "The Omega Man" starring Charlton Heston, and that movie, if you did not know, was a remake of "The Last Man on Earth" starring Vincent Price.
All three had the same basic plot of one man against hordes (mobs?) of braindead creatures with little or no knowledge wandering aimlessly through the streets, destroying everything they could in their quest to make everyone else just like them.
Hmmmm. Almost sounds like a recruiting poster for the Democrat Party, doesn't it?

Judi King said...

MOB: A large and disorderly crowd of people, especially one bent on riotous or destructive action.

EG: The unhinged left (Socialists, communists, marxists)

Bobo the Hobo said...

The Dems have been inspired by Islam and Islamic “leaders” who brainwash the unintelligent into becoming assassins while the “leadership” prevaricate and sit on their collective asses while denying any knowledge of inciting violence. “I meant it metaphorically”, they demur.

Whoopie said...

Ben Franklin once said "Force shyts on the back of reason." I think what he meant was violence must beget violence because there is no reasoning with violent people.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget that before Holder was a bagman for Obama he was one for Clinton. He got the Puerto Rican bombers before Hillary first senate election only to help her with the Puerto Rican vote. Theyv were killers and there was no basis for their release. They killed a friend of mine with one of their bombs. Holder is vile!

Rod said...

Also in the news now and maybe not a bad idea for these upset Leftists: Emotional Support Squirrels. We have a lot of them. Emotional Support Opposums, however, are not recommend because it's so damned depressing when they play dead.

Boligat said...

@Rod: As they say, "Contrary to popular belief, possums are not born dead alongside the road."

Linda Lee said...

Blood has already been spilled. The question is, how much more?

rickn8or said...

“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about.” — Hillary Bitch Clinton, October 10 2018

I do believe that's the first thing That Woman has said that I agree with. And as M. Mitchell Marmelle pointed out above, they think the will be well removed from the violence. They're wrong.

Kitty said...

Surprisingly few people know that Eric Holder's wife is a business partner of Kermit Gosnell.

Shelly said...

@Roger Myers has it right. None of their tried and true bag of dirty tricks work on our president. They are so used to conservatives folding like a cheap suit and this guy is having none of it. I think their inability to crater Kavanaugh despite the dirtiest of tricks might have sent them over the edge. Hence, the Hillary and Holder comments ramping up the violence. It reeks of desperation. There's a good reason the Antifa thugs don't perform their mischief here in Texas. They know the police won't back off like they do in liberal strongholds and, worse, lots of people carry guns and are not afraid to use them. So despite acting tough, they are punks who, if confronted, would wither and slink back to their basements.

TrickyRicky said...

As Linda noted above, blood has already been spilt. Ask Steve Scalise and those beat up at Trump rallies. The fact that there have been no fatalities is due to pure luck, or divine intervention. "Contempt of Congress Holder" is as putrid as they come. Besides Fast and Furious, not prosecuting the Black Panther voter intimidation, and many other vile actions enumerated by Stilton and other posters above, Holder was the point man for Janet Reno's paramilitary capture of Elian Gonzales and his subsequent return to the socialist paradise of Cuba. Vile, authoritarian, racist and law breaking.....everything a Democrat AG should be.

Sortahwitte said...

If I lived in a sanctuary city/state, I wouldn't for long. This is going in a down direction and there is nothing positive in the future. When the police and authorities turn their heads, there is no rule of law. That's anarchy. Get out while you can. Maybe those police should look to India where the police stations are bunkers with barbed wire strung over and around them. Because, eventually, the mobs will come for them.

Respectfully, Shelly, the large cities in Texas are gone. Only the rural areas are like the places I grew up. The unregulated influx of the diseased in mind from cali and boulder have done long-lasting harm. The wall should have been constructed on the west side of Texas and Oklahoma. Too late smart. Too soon old.

Alej said...

America is the only country in history that has allowed itself to be dominated by a minority of its population. Not only a minority in numbers, but in genetic worthiness, IQ, tendency to not fit in to Western civilization, self control, or ambition, e.g, "the protestant work ethic."The words, "Ima riot" have quelled many a Congressional attempt to bring law and order back into relevance in our society... cowardly congressmen, persons, have looked the other way for decades to keep a lid on minority disgruntlement.

When LBJ rewarded the Watts rioters by using federal money in a misguided "Marshall Plan" to rebuild Watts, it began to dawn on the NAPAs that there would be no repercussions, no consequences, for jungle behavior.

I do empathize with the decent coloreds in this country, and hope that when the lid blows off they won't suffer the consequences that the other 95% of them will.

John the Econ said...

If there's anything that can be said of the Trump era, it's that the left now feels comfortable going public with the hate they've always had for the rest of America.

"...the only thing Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength."

No Hillary, the only thing they seem to recognize and respect are the citizens. And the citizens are over you.

The left has always owned most of the political violence in America, going back before the Civil War.

And you are so right on this @Stilton. America works because it's a largely civil society. Our unprecedented level of comfort and affluence is the direct result of a safe and civil marketplace of ideas and commerce. And having Progressives having failed to win with either ideas or economics, now want to trash it all in hopes that somehow they'll be better off feeding off the crumbs that will be left.

This is all just proof that the trillions we've spent on education over the recent generations have gone almost totally to waste. The trajectory of any nation that has followed the path these Democrats are now encouraging has not been favorable.

And the rich Progressives watching this will do so from their comfortable homes in safe neighborhoods a long way away. How it will turn out for those they feign affinity for will not be as comfortable.

Walter L. Stafford said...

I wish you wouldn't "sugarcoat" your description of the Vermin Holder and others associated with him past or present. Maybe someone with an AT&T device will reach out and "touch" him severely!

james daily said...

"...the administration has counted up 289 accomplishments in 18 categories, capped by the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
This is what is driving the left insane, a President that does what he says and is not using his office for personal gain. For eight years I was depressed by the former administration tearing this country asunder brick by brick. Within two years, this President has brought this country back but the main thing he has done is give the citizens of this country hope. All those folks that lost their jobs under Obama have mostly found jobs. I have a feeling those people will never let that happen again by believing the demorats. They are taking advantage of this booming economy and supercharging this nation.
If you remember, "It's the economy stupid" democrats have done a one eighty since they have seen the numbers. Their temper tantrums, their vile racism against any black that has seen the light is very much a rerun of the KKK. We have got to destroy these people politically.

Colby Muenster said...

For years now, the left has utilized violent acts to achieve their goals, but up until now, it's been through deals carried out in smoke filled back rooms and funded by the likes of Soros. Apparently it's not working to their satisfaction anymore, so now I guess the mask comes off. I'd be very surprised if this strategy works for them, but you never know. Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large numbers.

Liberty Card said...

Hey! How do I cash in on some of that Soros cash? I could use a little augmentation to my retired pay, SS doesn't provide the lifestyle I like to be used to.
We don't have to actually show up at any of the protests do we?

CDH said...

As a student of history but not having lived through it, are the current protests and unrest to the point they are worse than the race riots of the 50's and 60's? Seems like we are pretty close if not over that line...but I wasn't there and don't particularly trust the historical narrative.

Fortescue J. Giraffe said...

@CDH: Back in the late 60s and early 70s, an average of three bombs PER DAY were detonated across the United States. So, at least by those metrics, we're doing better than then.

So far.

Fish Out of Water said...

I believe you've been sucked too deeply into the vortex of hype, tantrums and outright violence on the part of the democrats and the neo-fascists they enable, and you really need to step back for some fresh air.

Perhaps you could hand the column over to Busty Ross for a week or two while you detox? 😏

John the Econ said...

@Fortescue J. Giraffe said "...Back in the late 60s and early 70s, an average of three bombs PER DAY were detonated across the United States."

Do these people honestly believe escalating to that kind of violence is going to work in the 21st century? Do they not remember that it was the insanity of the late '60s and '70s that empowered the modern conservative movement and led to the ascension of Ronald Reagan?

Or more recently, did they not notice how after after decades of imposing violence upon the people of Britain, the IRA gave up when they finally figured out that after decades of changing nobody's minds, people only hated the IRA?

These rabid Progressives want to make people angry like they are. But it's not going to work. The only people who are going to get angry are the rest of America who will become angry at the left for promoting this.

Want more Trump? Because this is how you're going to get more Trump.

But then again, these people aren't really good at history, now are they?

George said...

@Alej said, "I do empathize with the decent coloreds in this country". @Alej, you may be using the incorrect word to describe blacks in America, especially if you're CNN. Apparently, they prefer the word 'Negro'. And then simultaneously laugh while saying it. i.e. Kanye West

NVRick said...

@George: When I started my police career in 1969, written reports and radio broadcasts used the term Negro. This eventually morphed to "black" and then I retired in 1999 so I don't know, or care, how the Afro-American, or is it African-American is now designated.
Funny thing though. Throughout my 30 years (and one day) on the job, the descriptor for Caucasians has always been "White".
Perhaps what is in play here is "identity crisis"?

Old Cannonballs said...

Three bombs a day during the '60s? I was in my 20s in the '60s, and when there was a bombing, it was big news. I don't believe that number. There was nowhere near that many bombings. Mostly it was stoned hippies chanting "Hell No, We Won't Go" and "Hey, Hey, LBJ, How Many Kids Did You Kill Today?" Bombings were pretty rare. The Weather Underground and the SLA, self-identified Trotskyites, etc., got a lot of ink, but their membership was tiny compared to the mobs of Antifa you see today. I think things are MUCH worse now than they were back then.

She’s A Beauty said...

Mob? What mob? I don't see a mob! Oh.....THAT mob. How DARE you call them a mob!

Gee M said...

Man Who Planned DC Suicide Bombing Wanted to Stop Republicans Suspending Electoral Process

The man accused of building an explosive device as part of an election day suicide bomb plot wrote of how he was “angry about the country’s direction” and wanted to stop what he claimed was a conspiracy by Republicans to suspend the electoral process.

56-year-old Paul Rosenfeld of Tappan, New York, planned to blow himself up on the National Mall in Washington DC on election day, according to the FBI, who say Rosenfeld confessed to the plot.

“Investigators scoured his home and discovered a bomb that weighed 200 pounds but included only eight pounds of explosive black powder, ” reports NBC News.

“Had he been successful, Rosenfeld’s alleged plot could have claimed the lives of innocent bystanders and caused untold destruction,” said FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge William Sweeney.

News reports about the plot heavily emphasize Rosenfeld’s motive to draw attention to “sortition,” which is a “political theory that advocates the random selection of government officials.”

However, most reports are absent indications that the accused terrorist appears to be left-leaning.

In one of his blogs, Rosenfeld complained about undue corporate influence on democracy, which he blamed on “Christian infused political philosophy from the Enlightenment.”

He also voiced a conspiracy theory that Republicans were planning to claim that terrorists had infiltrated the Democratic Party as a pretext to suspend voting and permanently install themselves in the White House.

“Even today, despite all our “democratic” pretensions in the U.S., one might easily imagine a scenario in which President Jeb Bush (following an act of nuclear terrorism) suspends the electoral process, under the pretext that “terrorists” have infiltrated the Democratic party. A perpetual dynasty of Bush leaders would be a plausible outcome, wrote Rosenfeld.

Rosenfeld’s leftist political beliefs will stoke more concern that extreme rhetoric by the likes of Maxine Waters, Hillary Clinton and others is radicalizing extremist fringe elements of the left who may lash out with violent attacks.

LOL! Ya think?

CC said...

The only solution is to strangle violent rhetoric right at its source.
Oh, did I say strangle?

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Readers- Once again, I've fallen behind in my hostly duties and haven't been able to keep up with responses. But as usual, you folks do fine without me. Very good points made above, as usual.

I'm extremely troubled by this current trend of Democrats of considerable power and status calling for violence, rather than just the radical bottom-feeders who've always been volatile idiots. And when some whackjob finally answers this call to start killing conservatives, we already know that those who incited the act will pin all the blame on the imaginary "climate of violence" around Trump.

These are genuinely scary times.

M. Mitchell Marmel said...

Eventually, the inciters will find their insanity turned upon themselves.

The general idea, until that halcyon day, is to keep your eyes, ears, nose and throat open and keep your powder dry...

Fish Out of Water said...

Personally, I'm somewhat delighted by the recent violence both verbal and physical, directed at anyone who supports the current administration.

After reading/hearing of such I think how many more Republican votes there will be at the midterms.

These so-called "progressives" "resistance" fighters don't have the intelligence of dog sh#t.

Boligat said...

The left does it all the time, so it's time for conservatives to start coordinating their message. We need to start repeating at every chance a very short narrative designed to educate everyone as to the Constitution and it's purpose. For example, every time some lefty starts in on the idea that Trump didn't win the popular vote, the rights should say, "The USA was designed to be a republic,not a democracy. Can you imagine having the entire country having to put up with Crazy Max's voters?" or something like that.

Geoff King said...

I believe, had the electoral College not been adopted into our Constitutional Republic, this country would have collapsed generations ago. If Joe Farmer and Bill Sheepherder felt that their vote meant nothing because LA and NYC were calling all the shots, they would never bother to vote at all and the (p)regressives would have turned this great nation into a socialistic third-world toilet long ago.

Maoz said...

Excellent point, Geoff King.

M. Mitchell Marmel said...

@Geoff: More likely Joe and Bill would have marched on LA, NYC, DC et cetera and burned the places to the ground.

Fortunately, the fact that we do have a Constitutional republic has prevented this.

So far. :/