After the Sarah Sanders debacle at a Virginia restaurant the left has been summarily dismissing and spitting on any calls for “civility” from the non-Democrats who are becoming increasingly nervous about the level of unhinged rage being displayed in public. “F*** civility!” seems to be the most common response to any pleas for civilized discussion.
I talked about this in my column on how the mainstream media is ginning up the level of panic among the general public, thus causing more and more people to feel any action is justified when it comes to confronting conservatives or members of Trump’s administration.
What used to be considered common decency and decorum is no longer on table. After all, these people are evil…literal evil…LITERALLY HITLER!!!!!! You can’t be polite about opposing evil. So all options are acceptable. These aren’t human beings…CNN said so.
In keeping with this new tone of “justified” incivility, a California man was arrested in Los Angeles on Friday for threatening to kill Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
Markara Man, 33 allegedly sent three separate emails to Chairman Pai accusing him of responsibility for a child who supposedly committed suicide over the repeal of net neutrality laws and threatening to kill Pai and his family members, including his children.
The second email allegedly said, “I will find and kill your children”.
In a public release the Department of Justice said the third email contained a picture of Chairman Pai with a framed photo of his family behind him.
Man could receive a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
NEW: Feds arrest man who they say sent threatening email to FCC chairman, which listed addresses of preschools in Arlington, Va. Chairman has two children and lives in Arlington.
— Scott MacFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) June 29, 2018
Are we still in "toxic rhetoric makes people do bad things" mode, or…? https://t.co/E4WEuaXYK0
— I didn't vote for him, so think of a new retort (@jtLOL) June 29, 2018
Tell me again about rhetoric and #civility. The "ending #NetNeutrality is
literally killing people" argument is how morons lacking self-control go off.
Policy decisions you don’t like aren’t grounds for murdering, punching – or other violence against those w/ whom you disagree. https://t.co/cBK4Z8syMo
— GregEsq (@GregEsq) June 29, 2018