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Caught on Tape: Obama Incited Violence Against Republicans FIVE times. Why is the Media Still Silent?

With violent protesters shutting down Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Chicago, people getting physically assaulted, and a Black Lives Matter maniac who attempted to rush the stage and enact some form of violence against a presidential candidate, the Leftist establishment media forgets the five times Barack Obama incited violence against Republicans.

Trump’s “rhetoric,” which the media claims is the cause for the protestors’ violence, is a straw man tactic. Neither Trump nor his rhetoric is the problem.

Even more ironic is Obama’s recent claim that violence erupting at Republican events are not “a consequence of actions that I’ve taken.”

But according to Politico, they are just that. It reports:

The McCain campaign and RNC are pouncing on another line from the Obama pool report:

“If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said in Philadelphia last night. “Because from what I understand, folks in Philly like a good brawl. I’ve seen Eagles fans.”

Isn’t it only a matter of time before Obama and Soros thugs carry out their orders?

The left-wing goons being paid to incite violence have repeatedly heard “rhetoric” from Obama that violent behavior is normal, even acceptable, and warranted.

Just take these four public statements, for example:

  1. When it comes to Republicans, Obama says, activists need to “argue and get in their face”:

Is this presidential?

 

2. Remember when Obama told his supporters that “we need to punish our enemies”?:

 

3. What about when Obama told Republicans that they need to stop talking and “get out of the way”:

 

4. Or, as the imposter sitting in the White House, the alleged leader of the free world, saying he wants to know “whose ass to kick” on national television:

Is this the “hope and change” Obama peddled in 2008?

Rusty Weiss writes for Mental Recession.

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