Minnesota Dems Call for Violence, 2 Republican Candidates Attacked

This is what happens when your mainstream political party gets taken over by political radicals. 

It's not just radical views, it's radical tactics. The left is growing tired of working within the system. It's turning into a revolutionary mob bent on destroying its political opponents, economically, politically, culturally and physically.

Here's another ground zero in Minnesota. 

The Minnesota Democratic Party has suspended a spokesman for calling for violence against Republicans even as two GOP candidates have been assaulted in suspected politically motivated attacks...

The suspension came days after Minnesota state representative Sarah Anderson was punched in the arm after spotting a man destroying Republican yard signs. She said the attack left her scared, and her attacker only desisted when she fled to her car and threw it in reverse.

"It was just insane. He was charging at me, saying, ‘Why don't you go kill yourself?'" Anderson told the Washington Free Beacon. "To have someone physically coming after you and attacking you is just disheartening."

The Plymouth Police Department investigation into Rep. Anderson's alleged assault remains ongoing. A spokeswoman confirmed the department had identified a suspect, but declined further comment.

Anderson was not the only GOP candidate attacked. First-time state representative candidate Shane Mekeland suffered a concussion after getting sucker punched while speaking with constituents at a restaurant in Benton County. Mekeland told the Free Beacon he has suffered memory loss—forgetting Rep. Anderson's name at one point in the interview—and doctors tell him he will have a four-to-six week recovery time ahead of him. He said he was cold cocked while sitting at a high top table at a local eatery and hit his head on the floor.

"I was so overtaken by surprise and shock and if this is the new norm, this is not what I signed up for," he said.

If the party identifications were reversed, there would be a national dialogue. Instead there's an echoing silence. Even as the New York Times and Washington Post urge more rage.

President Trump tweets have become the only way to get the media to cover a subject, even if it's to cover it up.

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