Welcome to 'The Purge': New GOP Ad Blows The Dems Out of the Water over BLM Violence

Brendan Gutenschwage

The GOP has put out a new ad that encompasses just a few incidents that happened over about 24 hours at the end of this week.

But that’s really all they needed to convey their point: short and to the point with the blaring horn of “The Purge” in the background.

They could have put a lot in, given the months of violence. But sometimes short is much more effective.

The ad shows a couple being stalked by an insane BLM person in a full hood. She screamed obscenities at them and threatened the man that she was going to “f**k him up.” It then shows a police officer being brained by a heavy trash can lid while BLM folks cheered. Finally it shows Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) being surrounded and the officer next to him being attacked by BLM people and being pushed into Paul.

The ad says that the protesters are trying to purge police from the streets and that Joe Biden and Democrats are letting them.

Joe Biden has said that he doesn’t want to defund the police, despite saying he would reallocate some funding to other areas, which sounds an awful like “defunding” at least in part to me.

But he certainly has been letting them, by not condemning the Democrats behind the defunding move and not condemning the failure of the Democrats to respond and to properly prosecute the people behind these crimes.

Not only that, but he didn’t even mention the violence at his convention with everyone, including Barack Obama, terming people as “peaceful protesters” and attacking President Donald Trump for trying to deal with the violence. Months of riots and all they tried to do was attack Trump. They also completely embraced the BLM, even having an homage musical number to them with Billy Porter and Stephen Stills. So is it any wonder when officials are not condemning it and not adequately prosecuting it, that the behavior blossoms?

“We have an incredible opportunity to fundamentally transform our country,” Joe Biden intones on the video. This certainly is fundamental transformation.

Biden finally formally made a statement condemning the violence on Wednesday, after polling revealed that their position was hurting them in the polls. But it’s far too little, too late especially after the convention embrace and especially after people like Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) encouraged civil unrest. They can’t stuff the genie they let out of the bottle back in the bottle.