The governor of Puerto Rico issued a violent warning to President Donald J. Trump in an interview with a CNN reporter and RussiaGate conspiracy theorist Abilio “Jim” Acosta Thursday.
“If the bully gets close, I’ll punch the bully in the mouth,” Ricardo Rosselló. “Don’t – uh – it would be a mistake to confuse courtesy with courage.”
This type of violent rhetoric from the political left has become commonplace during the Trump administration as political violence against conservatives has ratcheted up. Just last week, a member of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) at Tulane University was the victim of a dorm room arson, set by radical leftists after he was doxed.
Other examples of leftist violence include a Florida GOP office being shot up, a Trump supporter’s truck being set on fire simply for having a Trump bumper sticker, and right wing commentator and activist Faith Goldy being violently attacked by a left-wing mob at an anti-racism rally.
While the left, backed by partisan big-money hacks like the Southern Poverty Law Center, pretend that right wing hate is on the rise, it ignores the violence perpetrated by its own side.
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