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‘The Blood Of Steve Scalise Is on Your Hands!’ Time for Conservatives to Stand Up, Speak Out.

by Scott Adams
Clash Daily Guest Contributor

The political left in America has morphed into an anti-Democratic, anti-Trump hate group with the mission of terrorizing anyone who stands against them.

After eight years of former President Obama’s leadership we’ve seen an escalation of racial tension and divide, economic despair and crumbling inner cities, and a level of political intolerance not seen since the Nazis took over Germany.

AntiFa, Black Lives Matter, Liberal elites, Hollywood Liberals, and even our Main Stream Media (MSM) have coalesced into a hate-filled and aggressive domestic terror group financed by wealthy Socialists, and left leaning corporations, while at the same time bankrupt of anything having to do with policy.

Over the past few months we’ve seen Snoop Dog hold a gun to Trump’s head and pull the trigger, Kathy Griffin hold Trump’s bloody head in an ISIS pose, Madonna wishing to blow up the White House, SNL showcase Kelly-Anne Conway’s suicide jumping out of a building, and New York’s Central Park production of Shakespeare in the Park where liberals get together to witness the assassination of Donald Trump with knives at the hands of people of color and women.

Liberal politicians and Fake News MSM weaponize a Russian hacking story that has allowed the Obama Administration operatives to wiretap Trump’s campaign worse than Watergate, unmask names, and illegally leak information to the press, diminish Trump’s election victory over Hillary Clinton, use Neo-Cons like John McCain and Lindsey Graham to prevent Trump from relieving sanctions against Russia to improve leverage over North Korea, Iran and China, and try to prevent Trump from firing former FBI Director James Comey who originally initiated the fake news Russian narrative in the first place.

It’s Time to Fight Back!

Boycott Fake News!

Boycott Liberal Hollywood Productions!

Vote against bigger government and anarchy!

Stand up for Steve Scalise, and against hate.

“The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!” Protester runs on stage during Julius Caesar play which depicts Trump’s assassination.

Laura Loomer stormed stage at Friday’s show of Julius Caesar in Central Park.

She yelled: “Stop the normalization of political violence against the right!”

Loomer was escorted off the stage by security as another man started shouting, “The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!’ Jack Posobiec yelled in the audience. Posobiec was referring to the recent shooting of Republicans at a baseball practice. Scalise was one of five injured in the shooting by gunman James Hodgkinson. As of Friday, Scalise remained in critical condition, according to his doctors.

Protesters attempted to shut down the Friday night performance of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York’s Central Park, as one man shouted from the audience that “the blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands”.

“Right-wing” journalist and activist Laura Loomer stormed the stage shouting that the controversial play was “unacceptable”.

“Stop the normalization of political violence against the right! This is unacceptable. You cannot promote this type of violence against Donald Trump!”

“This is violence against the right. This is violence against Donald Trump,” Loomer yelled as many people in the audience started to boo her off the stage.

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Scott Adams is currently the Owner & General Manager of Red State Talk Radio and host of the Scott Adams Show, a political radio talk show that airs live each and every morning at 8AM EST.

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