Hammer Down! Penalties Have to Be More Severe for Those Who Attack Trump Supporters

Written by Kevin Fobbs on August 4, 2018

How bad does it get before prosecutors in counties, states and even the Department of Justice go after these Trump haters who attack innocent supporters? Prime example is a woman who is now charged, according to Cape Cod Times, with smashing a man’s car over a Trump sticker displayed on it. Enough is enough!! Hit these cowards where it hurts.

Why is it open season on sixty-plus million voters who decided to support Trump for president? What makes these infantile thinking liberals believe that attacking a young man wearing a MAGA cap in a Texas restaurant because he was eating lunch should be tolerated? These mentally rudderless liberals have embraced the Hillary Clinton “Resist, Resist, Resist” mantra.

Here is a news flash for those Antifa, politically infected criminals who believe that attacking a person who is wearing a hat, a T-shirt, or has a Trump bumper sticker on a car, your reign of terrorism is over.

It starts with making a harsh example of these spoiled adolescent-minded individuals like Twenty-five-year-old Chloe Wright of Taunton, Massachusetts. On June 30, she was recorded by the car driver while she screamed at him for voting for Trump because he had a Trump sticker on his car. She then rammed his vehicle and damaged his car door, then fled the scene.

These sufferers are alleged to be infected with a very lunatic-minded Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS). It has gripped the radicals on the Left and the mainstream media cohorts. These alphabet soup networks’ anchors have used their propogandist attack machines to peddle this nonsensical snowflake belief. The embrace of this belief has given license to intolerant psychos like Wright to attack an innocent person at will.

What is deeply troubling for any American who just happens to use his or her U.S. Constitutional right of freedom of speech is that you could become a victim at any time and in any place within even a moment’s notice. For these thin-skinned hatchet men and women of the radical left, an America where each person is allowed to believe in any party or no party or elected official is offensive to them. These are true Nazi’s in every sense of the word.

But, I think logic minded Americans already knew that. After all, it is quite clear from the unhinged behavior that was recorded by the Trump supporter who was attacker by Wright, she was a spoiled Hillary supporter. What is also apparent, is that from her nutso reaction to his Trump car sticker, had she had ready access to a weapon, she very well might have used it.

That is why on Aug. 28, when Wright shows up for her pretrial hearing, her bail should be revoked and she should be incarcerated until her trial. In addition, her employer, if she has a job and is not living in her parent’s basement in her safe place, should suspend her from her job.

But it should not end there. Even in the blue state of Mass., it is still not legal to use your car as a deadly weapon with the intent to possibly maim or cause a fatality. With the video evidence, she should be convicted, driver’s license suspended and severely fined upwards of $100,000 in punitive damages.

If the justice system can rectify these open and intentional displays of criminal attacks on innocent Americans based on the sole reason that they voted for their choice as president, then perhaps the madness of Trump Derangement Syndrome will end.

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Kevin Fobbs
Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a community and tenant organizer, Legal Services outreach program director, public relations consultant, business executive, gubernatorial and presidential appointee, political advisor, widely published writer, and national lecturer. Kevin is co-chair and co-founder of AC-3 (American-Canadian Conservative Coalition) that focuses on issues on both sides of the border between the two countries.