More Trump Assassination Propaganda From Leftist Celebs Hits Web

Not even the attempted assassination of several conservative congressmen can stop the radical leftists from pushing their assassination propaganda on the U.S. populace.

Last week a radical leftist by the name of James T. Hodgkinson fired the first literal shots in the New Civil War, a conflict that has long been in the offing for many liberal agitators.  Hodgkinson, a social media enthusiast with a long list of hate-filled rhetoric attached to him, fired off dozens of rounds in the direction of the GOP charity baseball team in Virginia, injuring several people including Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise, who remains hospitalized to this day.

The action taken by Hodgkinson was shocking, certainly, but not completely unpredictable, given the ferocious and violent rhetoric emanating from the left side of American politics in recent months.  Defeated democrat Hillary Clinton herself claimed to be part of the “resistance”, a blanket term for those hoping to defy and deny the President and the republican party in every single possible way.  Celebrities such as Kathy Griffin, with her ISIS-inspired dead-president photoshoot, and rapper Snoop Dogg with his Trump assassination music video, have turned the so-called “resistance” into a terrifying group of would-be killers, as evidenced by the actions of Hodgkinson.

Now, another musical “artist” is joining the ranks of the Trump assassination hopefuls, pushing the boundaries of what could be considered acceptable use of the music video medium.

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“The music video for electronic music-maker Moby’s latest song depicts President Donald Trump as a Nazi robot who is eventually blown up by a band of rebellious citizens.

“The three-minute video for Moby’s song ‘In This Cold Place’ sees an evil capitalist Trump, who transforms into a flying swastika money symbol, in a battle to take over a slowly decaying world. Visuals in the trippy video include a border wall, President Richard Nixon with a Pinocchio-style nose that grows and wraps around the world, and several popular cartoon characters, including He-Man, the Care Bears, Mickey Mouse, and Mario.

“’As time has passed, I’ve wanted more and more for my work to somehow reflect my political concerns and my world views and issues that are important to me,’ Moby told HuffPost about working on his latest project. ‘I’ve realized that music videos are just a really good way of trying to do that.’

“The ‘dystopian and extreme’ illustrations were created by English animator Steve Cutts, who Moby demanded push his creative limits.

“’Oh, do you think we can get away with this?’ Moby recalled Cutts asking. ‘And I was like, “yeah, why not, just make it, go as far you want.”‘”

Moby’s foray into the world of political hatred and New Fascism is merely further evidence that the left, spurred on by the implosion of the democratic party, is now simply out for blood.

While free speech has been a common victim of leftist New Fascists, specifically on college campuses such as UC Berkeley in California, the unacceptable amount of Trump-death pornography being produced by these lunatic liberals is a cause for concern.  Moby, Kathy Griffin, Snoop Dogg, and others have created an environment in which the assassination of President Trump has been normalized, and homicidal thoughts are allowed to flourish…

Just ask James T. Hodgkinson.


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