Skip to comments.MSNBC Guest Calls For Literal Mob Of Pitchforks And Torches Outside Trump Donor's Home
Posted on 08/10/2019 3:27:15 AM PDT by Kaslin
Earlier this week Rep. Joaquin Castro in Texas "named and shamed" San Antonio supporters of President Donald J. Trump in what he says was an effort to get these Americans to think twice before being "complicit in white supremacy." Anybody with common sense understood the move was dangerous, especially coming from a public official, as it could paint a target on these individuals' backs regardless if the information was already public or not. On MSNBC Thursday night, guest Elie Mystal took the hysteria over supporting President Trump one step further, saying that protesters should form literal mobs outside the SoulCycle and Equinox chairman's home in the Hamptons due to his support for the commander-in-chief.
"People of color are already targeted under this administration," Mystal said Thursday night regarding Rep. Castro's actions. "I have no problem with shining the light back on the donors who fund this kind of racialized hate."
"I mean I go further, I want pitchforks and torches outside [Stephen Ross'] house in the Hamptons," Mystal continued. "I've been to the Hamptons, it's very nice. There's no reason why it has to be. There's no reason he should be able to have a nice little party. There's no reason why people shouldn't be able to be outside of his house and making their voices peacefully understood."
The MSNBC host, Chris Hayes, agreed that this mob would simply be an expression of the First Amendment. Recommended America's Wokest Companies, And What They're Paying Their CEOs Scott Morefield
"Demonstrating, totally...There have been peaceful protests outside Mitch McConnell's house," Hayes added. "And I imagine there will be peaceful protests outside of this...It is all speech, right? Peaceful protest. The right to the assembly under the First Amendment."
This week, the "peaceful" protester's outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home said they wished somebody would "stab the motherf*cker in the heart." The "mo-fo" was in reference to Sen. McConnell.
President Trump will attend a high dollar 2020 fundraiser this weekend in the Hamptons at Ross' home.
His house first!
Far left jackasses rationalizing mob action this is.
One look at this Mystal person’s writings shows a raging racist that belongs in a straightjacket more than behind a camera.
Elie lives in Baltimore?
Is that Fat Albert?
The loony left will get right on attacking the righties, right after they figure out which bathroom to use..
Hey, hey, hey...
If they are inciting then they should endure the wrath of those who are harassed or harmed, period
Nothing says peaceful dialogue like a mob with pitchforks and flaming torches.
The personification of an individual with an IQ on the left side of the Bell curve ...
One of these days, they’ll show up with pitchforks, and get answered with bullets!
Hey!, Hey!, Hey!
Really, we have ALWAYS been the real target, from day one because WE thwarted their grand plan. In fact, Tommy Lees recent rant highlights exactly what they want, a carnival world.
Something he should consider before going public with a call for violence against other Americans.
I am not advocating violence...not even a little bit. However, if you are going to provoke people then don't be shocked if they bring a gun to your knife fight. To call this a frightening prospect is an understatement but I fear that in these times and given the foaming at the mouth anger of the left, it will be inevitable.
Totalitarianism is right around the corner folks. We better nip it in the bud right now!
Patriots within driving distance should get hardware together and take up positions around the outer perimeter to insure everything goes peacefully, if there is a protest.
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