MORE LEFTWING VIOLENCE: Truck Carrying MAGA Flag Gets SHOT

Whatever happened to ‘when they go low, we go high?’

Remember that open show of moral superiority?

We saw it at the P—Y March on the day after inauguration.

We saw it from Michelle Obama and Hillary so often, their supporters even turned it into a song.

But now that they’ve lost…

— We’ve seen hashtags about raping the First Lady.

— We’ve seen the rise of Atifa and ‘By Any Means Necessary’ pro-violence groups.

— Berkely has burned.

… and so on.

We are now seeing the Rise of the Radicalized Left.

All in the name of the Left’s political agenda — #Resist.

An Agenda the Left would rather leverage against Trump than denounce for the good of the country.

And now people are shooting. Not just the lone gunman at the Republican Baseball practice in Alexandria.

But random strangers are being shot at, too.

BULLETS? For flying a MAGA flag? Those dudes are seriously jacked up.

Cue the ‘this is what Democracy looks like’ chants. [The ones that are paired with crap that is almost always the OPPOSITE of what democracy looks like.]

Ready to hear someone not afraid to call BS on crap like this when they see it?

Good. Buckle up.

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