The Democrat-media complex has been pushing the idea that patriotic nonviolent resistance and opposition to ObamaCare and President Obama’s drive to turn America into a full-blown socialist state somehow constitutes “hate.”
Leftists keep trying to invent new incidents supposedly showing how their political adversaries in the Tea Party movement are sinister racists.
They claim –in the absence of proof– that black Democratic lawmakers were called the N-word as they walked to the U.S. Capitol building to vote on ObamaCare. They claim –in the absence of proof– that an anti-gay epithet was hurled at Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), an openly gay lawmaker.
It is an indisputable fact that the violence America is beginning to see is almost exclusively on the left, whether it’s a deranged registered Democrat flying his plane into a federal building in Austin, Texas, or a progressive coward calling in a death threat against a Republican lawmaker.
It is all part of the left’s push to delegitimize opposition to the socialist takeover of America. If you oppose the murder-in-progress of the American republic you are smeared as a redneck, teabagging, racist obstacle to progress — and you deserve what’s coming to you.
So it’s not surprising that the street theater specialists at MoveOn.org are planning to host a propaganda event tomorrow intended to reinforce this false notion that Constitution-loving pro-limited government enthusiasts are eeeevil haters.
The leftist thugs at MoveOn plan to hold a rally outside Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C. to urge the Republican Party to distance itself from the alleged “hate” caused by the passage of ObamaCare.
Of course, the left, and in particular the George Soros-led character assassins at Media Matters for America (I mean you, Jamison Foser, Eric Boehlert, and Terry Krepel) are largely responsible for the civil unrest that is growing across America. Anyone who supported ObamaCare is responsible for the tide of discontent that now threatens to tear the nation apart.
And take notice, MoveOn, Jamison, Eric, and Terry, that the American people will not silenced.
Here’s the call-to-arms email MoveOn just sent out:
Dear MoveOn member,
Tomorrow, our friends at ColorOfChange are organizing an event to deliver a message directly to the leaders of the Republican Party: It’s time to condemn the hate that exploded in the wake of health care reform’s passage.
In less than a week, more than 175,000 MoveOn members have signed a letter making it clear that bigotry and violence have no role in our political discourse. Tomorrow we’ll deliver those signatures along with thousands more from our friends at ColorOfChange, CREDO and Brave New Films.
Can you join us tomorrow, Thursday, April 1st, at 12:15 p.m. at the RNC headquarters at 310 1st St, SE across from the Capitol South Metro Station? We need a big crowd to send the strongest possible message.
WHAT: Rally to urge Republican leaders to condemn hate and violence
WHERE: RNC Headquarters, 310 1st St, SE (map)
WHEN: Tomorrow, Thursday, April 1st, at 12:15 p.m.
To RSVP, email [email address omitted] with your name and cell phone number (if you have one). You can also direct any questions to that email address.
Thanks for all you do.
–Justin, Kat, Ilya, Daniel, and the rest of the team
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