We’re told constantly that the right contains the violent extremists, and that it’s their speech that can only result in innocent people dying. As they say this, they’re the ones tweeting hashtags like #KillAllMen, asking questions about how much longer we’ll tolerate white people in power, and running defense for blatant antisemitism. They pat each other on the back for putting on masks and black clothing and intimidate their peers while asking each other if they’ve punched a Nazi today, applying the term as loosely as possible to anyone who so much as looks at them funny.
We may look at this behavior and be disgusted, but to them, this is all absolutely justified. To them, the right is evil and it has to be punished.
As time goes on, this punishment gets more and more sinister and dangerous to be around. Marching the streets with picket signs and tipping over garbage cans isn’t enough anymore. Harming someone’s career just isn’t going to cut it. These right wingers apparently need to be physically hurt.
While this sounds like hyperbole, I’m afraid to say that it’s not. Here are three examples of plans or suggestions people on the left recently had in order to put those who fall outside the approved boundaries of mob thought in their place.
1. Leftist Beer Company Tells Customers to Hit “Fascists” With Bricks, Not Beer
A European beer manufacturer called Chorlton Brewery sent out a tweet encouraging its customers to use bricks against “fascist” politicians such as Nigel Farage, instead of throwing drinks at them. Throwing drinks at members of the United Kingdom Independence Party, which supports Brexit, has become trendy, specifically milkshakes.
When they were called out, the company doubled down on their post. Specifically, owner Micke Marcus who called the hitting of right-leaning politicians with bricks as “acceptable” because doing so prevents genocide.
The owner of Chorlton Brewing Company doubled down on his call to "hit them (people like Nigel Farage) over the head with a brick", stating that murdering "far-right" politicians and their supporters is "acceptable" because it will prevent the genocide of 12 million people. pic.twitter.com/11SUBmppxO
— Far Left Watch (@FarLeftWatch) May 21, 2019
2. Woman Suggests Acid Instead of Milkshakes
Of course, why stop at bricks? As one leftist witnessed the throwing of drinks at Nigel Farage, she tweeted out congratulations to the drink thrower. She then added that she would have preferred acid be thrown at Farage.
Perhaps Townsley is blowing smoke and is trying to seem big and tough on the internet. It didn’t work. She deleted the tweet once it began to garner attention, and then subsequently deleted her account. Still, this suggestion may be taken seriously by those who agree with someone like Marcus and who believe physical violence is acceptable. To them, the right really is the genocidal party of hate that they’re told it is. The suggestion of throwing acid may not be too bad of an idea to someone this indoctrinated.
3. Leftist Threatens to Spit on Food of Any Trump Supporter
This may not seem like a big one to some people, but the problem here can easily become a greater problem then just someone’s spit in someone’s food. Spittle hitting your face carries billions of germs alone, and a concentrated wad of spit can carry all sorts of pathogens that the person who consumes it may suffer sickness from. This is one of the reasons spitting on people is a crime in various states.
In Pennsylvania, a worker at Buffalo Wildwings near the Williamsport Regional Airport in Montoursville where a Trump event was to happen threatened to spit in the food of anyone who came from the rally.
🛑⚠️ ATTN: Liberal with Severe T.D.S. threatening to SPIT in food tonight at Buffalo Wild Wings @BWWings during Trump Rally in Montoursville, PA. ⚠️🛑@realDonaldTrump @RealCandaceO @FoxNews @OANN @Liz_Wheeler @CNN
🛑 ⚠️ pic.twitter.com/9aTecdmjDf
— ⭐️⭐️⭐️ TRUMPED_in_2020 🇺🇸*I Influence Elections (@TRUMPED_in_2020) May 20, 2019
According to Summit News, the Buffalo Wild Wings was contacted and confirmed that it was one of their employees who sent the tweet, and that they were addressing the issue:
Despite the woman who made the threat locking her Twitter account, screenshots of the tweet were sent to Buffalo Wild Wings headquarters and the FBI by Michael Conroy and others.
“Just spoke w/ the Williamsport, PA BWW’s location,” he posted to Twitter. “They confirm they are the closest to Montoursville. They r aware of the issue, seemed to confirm it WAS one of their employees who posted that tweet, apologized PROFUSELY, & said that they r ‘addressing issue as we speak.’”
Consider the idea that this, like the milkshake throwing, becomes a trend. Consider that some of these deranged people actually knowingly carry a sickness with them and seek to spread it to those who are on the opposite side of them politically. Consider one of those people gets very sick and suffers greatly for it due to a previous sickness they carry around themselves.
Don’t think that’s outside of the realm of possibility. LGBT activist and consummate bully Dan Savage practically brags about the fact that he went around a Republican’s office licking doorknobs while he had the flu:
I went from doorknob to doorknob. They were filthy, no doubt, but there wasn’t time to find a rag to spit on. My immune system wasn’t all it should be—I was in the grip of the worst flu I had ever had—but I was on a mission. If for some reason I didn’t manage to get a pen from my mouth to Gary’s hands, I wanted to seed his office with germs, get as many of his people sick as I could, and hopefully one of them would infect the candidate.
So, much as it pains me to confirm a hateful stereotype of gay men—we will put anything in our mouths—I started licking doorknobs. The front door, office doors, even a bathroom door. When that was done, I started in on the staplers, phones and computer keyboards. Then I stood in the kitchen and licked the rims of all the clean coffee cups drying in the rack.
I’m not going to put this derangement on every leftist out there, but there seems to be a fair amount of support for this kind of violence. However, it’s fascinating to watch them cheer these kinds of things on, then turn around and clutch their pearls whenever someone on the right dares offer a valid opinion that runs contrary to their own and scream that this kind of speech is “violence.”