(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) More Democrats from both the Senate and the House this week joined the divide-and-destroy America crusade, following President Joe Biden’s declaration of war against pro-liberty Republicans and Trump supporters who he has called fascists that are a threat to the country.
While Ohio Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan, who is running for Senate, proclaimed it was time to “kill and confront” MAGA Republicans, U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga., linked concerned parents who attend school board meetings to Jan. 6 rioters who stormed the Capitol, and Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, encouraged “literally a call to arms” against pro-life Americans.
“The word ‘hypocrites’ doesn’t even go far enough to call them out on what they’re doing. This is an outright attack on women in this country,” Hirono declared of pro-life advocates who are a threat to the country for wanting to save the lives of unborn babies.
“That is how I see it. That is how more and more women and those who support our right to make decisions about our own bodies, that is how we see it,” she said, before corking her own oratory.
“Madam President, I yield the floor but clearly, this is literally a call to arms in our country.”
Countered one pro-life advocate: “94 attacks against pro life centers and churches already, and Mazie Hirono issues a ‘call to arms’ for abortion supporters
The left has said for years that this language is an absolute call to violence, thus @maziehirono and Democrats are calling for violent armed conflict against pro-life supporters. https://t.co/1hH2NRnHQh
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 14, 2022
Not to be outdone, Ohio Democrat state representative and Senate candidate Tim Ryan told his fellow leftists at MSNBC that it was time to “kill and confront” the “extremists” of the Republican Party who supported Trump, which would be nearly 75 million Americans.
⚡️Democrats increasingly inciting violence against half the country in the last 24 hours
“Kill and Confront”
– Tim Ryan (D-OH)
“Call to arms”
– Mazie Hirono (D-HI) pic.twitter.com/s0fMyaKif7
— LoneStarHerd🇺🇸 (@lonestarherd) September 14, 2022
“We’ve got to kill and confront that movement,” Ryan said of MAGA Republicans.
That movement includes parents who attend school board meetings, concerned about the radical leftist agenda that is being pushed on their children.
“These school board meetings have become a place where MAGA extremists go to disrupt,” Democrat Rep. Hank Johnson said Wednesday during a House Committee of the Judiciary hearing.
The MAGA parents were expressing their concerns, “based on false and deceptive information imparted to them by the former president and his MAGA extremist followers, deception about what’s being taught to our children,” Johnson said.
He compared the concerned parents to the so-called J6 insurrectionists.
“MAGA Republicans descended upon the Capitol, engaged in an insurrection,” Johnson said, before claiming that “five people were killed.”
“And people on the local level at affected school board meetings, they won’t forget the MAGA Republicans descending on their school board meetings after January 6, like January 6, disrupting meetings,” Johnson ranted.
The so-called extremists who Johnson smeared for “descending on their school board meetings” took exception to that gross mischaracterization.
“Parents of all backgrounds showed up at board meetings to advocate for their kids and for proper public education,” said one extremist. “Asian families across the country, from Fairfax to San Francisco, were among the most vocal and persistent.”
None of which mattered to Johnson, who called the concerned parents protesting school boards “a coordinated attack happening across the country.”
“Americans won’t forget about it,” he warned. “School board members, teachers, administrators, subjected to violence, threats of violence, harassment, intimidation.”
Johnson was at least right about Americans not forgetting.
This attitude, like the one from Hank Johnson, is an example of why the GOP won in Virginia and school boards in Florida flipped from left-wing to right-wing. https://t.co/pCu7JscEHb
— Jackson Richman (@jacksonrichman) September 14, 2022