By Duncan Smith
A Republican congressman is calling on that instigator of violence, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, to condemn mobs who swarmed Republican lawmakers and attendees of President Donald Trump’s White House speech Thursday during the final night of the Republican National Convention.
But of course, we’re hoping he is not holding his breath because the chances that Pelosi or any Democrat will actually condemn people who are harassing and threatening Republicans is slim-to-none.
“Days after @SpeakerPelosi said members of the GOP on Capitol Hill are ‘enemies of the state,’ a member of the Senate GOP attacked on the streets of DC. @SpeakerPelosi, will you condemn their actions and apologize for your dangerous rhetoric?” Indiana GOP Rep. Jim Banks tweeted.
Days after @SpeakerPelosi said members of the GOP on Capitol Hill are 'enemies of the state,' a member of the Senate GOP attacked on the streets of DC. @SpeakerPelosi, will you condemn their actions and apologize for your dangerous rhetoric? https://t.co/t7ltAZLzbV
— Jim Banks (@RepJimBanks) August 28, 2020
What happened to Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and his wife, Kelley Paul, was bad enough. But what the Left-wing mobs did to all RNC attendees in general was unacceptable.
'You're trapped now!'
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 28, 2020
— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) August 28, 2020
Individual outside the White House guest entrance retreats through the gate as crowd accost him. pic.twitter.com/5zZVqPjY76
— Phillip Nieto (@nieto_phillip) August 28, 2020
And so on.
Make no mistake: The Left wants violence, but the thing is, they may not be ready for it if or when it comes.
Americans, by and large, are only patient with punks and thugs for so long.
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