Over and over we’re told by the left that Donald Trump’s words incite violence. Indeed it appears to be a correct statement…except he’s inciting violence on the left.
Yesterday, more than 20 cars were vandalized with paint outside a Trump rally in Bangor, Maine.
And in another incident demonstrating liberal tolerance, a GOP headquarters building in North Carolina was firebombed.
The Charlotte Observer reports, Hillsborough police are investigating an apparent firebombing of the Orange County Republican headquarters, an incident that one state GOP official called an act of “political terrorism.”
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Police say the incident occurred when a bottle of flammable liquid was thrown through the front window of the office on Ja-Max Dr.
Police said the words, “Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” were spray painted on the side of an adjacent building.
“This highly disturbing act goes far beyond vandalizing property; it willfully threatens our community’s safety via fire, and its hateful message undermines decency, respect and integrity in civic participation,” Hillsborough Mayor Tom Stevens said in a statement.
“I believe I speak for the overwhelming majority of people … Acts like this have no place in our community.”
In the meantime, Dallas Woodhouse, executive director of state GOP is sending an advisory to county Republican offices across the state warning them to take extra caution.
Can we talk for a moment about the true “deplorables?” No of course not. We must use restraint. And nuance. Because conservatives are clearly the ones with a hate problem. Which might be a natural reaction after you get firebombed. Just sayin.
[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]