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Must See Video: “Say NO to the Mob”

CNN anchors Don Lemon and Brooke Baldwin have, as Brian Flood recently observed, taken offense at the word “mob” being used to describe angry groups of Far-Left Democrats who harass public figures and they are now shutting down guests who dare to label these out-of-control groups as “mobs.”

Say No To The MobOn cue, other Leftwing media figures, such as NBC’s Chuck Todd also knocked Republicans for trying to paint Democrats as a "mob."

"Okay, it is 26 days to the midterms and Republicans now seem married to this mob strategy, as part of their get out the vote effort," Todd coined according to the Real Clear Politics transcript of his comments. " What I mean by that is Republicans are trying to paint Democrats as an angry mob. And as part of that effort, they have surfaced comments made by former Attorney General and possible 2020 candidate Eric Holder."

Perhaps the most ludicrous comment in defense of the Far-Left mobs the Democrats have been conjuring came from Rep. Maxine Waters (CA-43) who called President Trump the "poster boy for what a mob protester looks like" after the president and other GOP leaders compared violent gatherings last week to a form of "mob rule."

Waters hypocritically ignored her own calls for mob rule, apparently forgetting that it was she who infamously said, "Let's make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they're not welcome anymore, anywhere." at Democratic rally at LA’s Wilshire Federal Building, according to video of the event.

Fortunately, not all journalists are apologists for mob rule. The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberley Strassel took to Twitter to hit social media whiners, tweeting: "Dictionary definition of a mob: A large and disorderly crowd of people especially : one bent on riotous or destructive action.”

Ms. Strassel is of course correct; these groups of Leftists are not exercising their First Amendment rights when they enter restaurants for the purposes of harassing patrons or break through police lines at the Capitol or violate the Senate Rules by demonstrating in the Senate Gallery: they are attempting to intimidate their targets through “riotous or destructive action.”

Strassel, whose book  The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech, is a must read, gets what is going on with these Democrat-inspired mobs better than most observers of today’s politics.

However, tweeting the definition of “mob” to humble Lefty “journalists” on social media isn’t really enough to make sure Americans understand what is going on with the newly radicalized Democratic Party and their paramilitary wing, the street thugs of Antifa.

Fortunately, our friends at have produced a powerful video that, in graphic terms, makes the tie between Democrats’ rhetoric encouraging mob violence and incivility and the actual results on the streets.

“Say NO to the Mob” dramatically shows that the Democrats’ words do have consequences, and those consequences are broken windows, beaten Trump supporters and gunfire aimed at Republican members of Congress. You can view the video through this link or watch it on YouTube through this link:

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