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Democrats' "terrorist rhetoric" to blame for GOP shooting


Since the election of President Donald Trump, liberal celebrities and lawmakers have been on the attack. Angered by their stunning loss at the polls, Democrats have used increasingly dangerous language to encourage their followers to "resist" Trump and his Republican allies.

Wednesday, after months of "dog whistle" commands for violence from the leftist leaders, an outspoken liberal lunatic opened fire on a group of GOP leaders practicing baseball.

Blame for the violence is on the shoulders of Democratic lawmakers and their liberal celebrity pals, well as the mainstream media, which encourages what Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis called "political, rhetorical terrorism."

In February, after Comedian Sarah Silverman has called on armed soldiers to overthrow the government and make President Donald Trump and his political allies "go bye-bye", The Horn News reported on the secret code words being used by liberal leaders that were calling for violence.

The Horn News reported on celebrities calling for the White House to be "blown up" and comparing Trump supporters to ISIS and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine calling for Democrats to "fight in the streets."

Nothing has slowed down since then.

In fact, liberal violence has only escalated since then.

In early May, 35-year-old Wendi Wright of Tennessee was charged with felony reckless endangerment after trying to run the car of Republican Rep. David Kustoff off the road, according to NBC.

Later that month, FBI agents arrested 58-year-old Steve Martan after he left U.S. Rep. Martha McSally, a conservative, threatening phone calls where he suggested her days "were numbered," due to her support of Trump, The Arizona Republic reported.

Two weeks ago, an outspoken supporter of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein killed two men over politics on a train in Portland.