As the nation mourns yet another school shooting — this one in Santa Fe, Texas, on Friday, in which 10 people were killed by a student wielding a shotgun and a pistol — Democrats in Hollywood, the media, and in Congress reacted predictably.
It’s the National Rifle Association’s fault.
It’s the fault of Republicans who take NRA money (and those who don’t).
It’s President Donald J. Trump’s fault.
It’s the fault of Trump’s supporters.
All of these predictable manifestations of the Left were then followed by the equally predictable round of outrage.
Indeed, in the age of the Trump presidency outrage and anger is a harbinger of the Left. It’s present everywhere — throughout the Democratic Party, the Democrat-aligned “mainstream” media, and the Hollywood/pop culture/entertainment world as well.
Trump triggers Left-wing violence, it’s as simple as that — as evidenced by what has now become a pattern.
Last week a pair of violent incidents involving shootings make the point.
As reported by the Sun-Sentinel newspaper in Florida, a local resident, Jonathan Oddi, 42, went to the Trump National Resort in Doral — where the annual Doral PGA Golf Tournament is held — laid an American flag on the counter and began shouting anti-Trump rhetoric.
Before he began firing a handgun inside the resort.
He was eventually subdued by five police officers who shot him in the legs. And while local cops and the media continue to scratch their heads over Oddi’s “motivation,” it appears very clear on the surface: He was no fan of the president. But as Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson noted, local and national media were either downplaying his anti-Trump comments and the fact that he traveled to Trump’s private golf resort to do what he did or, in the case of CNN’s initial reporting, not mentioning his anti-Trump rhetoric at all.
The alleged Santa Fe school shooter, Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, also appears to be a fan of Left-wing political organizations. As The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks noted in a tweet, he was wearing a Communist Hammer & Sickle star lapel pin worn by Alt-Left Antifa terrorists as well as a Nazi-era Iron Cross on his shirt. The Communist star pin was also worn by one of the Columbine High School shooters, Dylan Klebold, who had one on one of his boots.
These two incidents follow earlier incidents of violence directed both at Trump enterprises and Republicans in general.
A fire at Trump Tower in New York City last month left one person dead and six firefighters injured. That fire came three months after a fire broke out in a cooling tower on the roof of the same building. Two people were injured in that blaze.
Those two blazes came after a fire in an apartment under construction at Trump International Hotel and Tower in March 2017, which is also in New York City.
What are the odds of two fires breaking out at the same Trump property within three months, let alone three fires at two Trump properties in a year?
Also last year, you may recall, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., was shot and nearly killed by James T. Hodgkinson, a far-Left activist and supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders, an avowed socialist who ran against Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
All of these attacks, The National Sentinel notes, have been either sanctioned or encouraged by the Democrats and their allied media, through their use of perpetual outrage and “dangerous rhetoric:”
This kind of talk, this kind of dangerous rhetoric against Trump, has gone on now for months, practically since he won the Nov. 8 election. In any number of ways, the Left — the “mainstream” media, Democrats in Congress, the entertainment industry — have all used hate-filled rhetoric, violent imagery and actual calls to violence against the president and his party.
It’s no wonder the party’s followers are committing mass murder.
Read about more mass shootings at Shootings.news.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.
Sources include:Submit a correction >>