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Trump Calls Out Political Violence From Democrats, Releases “Jobs, Not Mobs” Ad Campaign

Trump Calls Out Political Violence From Democrats, Releases “Jobs, Not Mobs” Ad Campaign


President Donald Trump released a video today
that utilized the hashtag, #JobsNotMobs, and immediately faced a mixed batch of criticism
from those who oppose him, and cheers from those who support his economic strength amid
the chaos from his opponents. Trump stated that Democrats have gone so far
left that they don’t know how far they’ve gone. Trump mentioned Eric Holder’s comment about
kicking Republicans, Hillary Clinton suggesting that people should not be civil with Republicans,
and the numerous times that Maxine Waters has spoken out about Republicans while her
43rd congressional district in California falls apart. Trump spoke against the mob mentality of the
Democrats who continuously call for action against Republicans while using often violent
rhetoric or joking language. However, multiple incidents of violence have
sprung up involving Republicans being physically attacked, and that’s exactly the type of
behavior that is coming from the commentary of the far left Democrats. Trump called for a unified America Violent behavior against Republicans is becoming
a trend that most people would like to see come to a close. Here’s a short list of recent attacks against
Republicans: GOP congressional candidate victim of an attempted
stabbing in California. See here. Two Minnesota Republicans were physically
attacked, one sucker punched and left concussed; another manhandled by a rumored George Soros
operative. See here. GOP office in New York is vandalized, with
a message left suggesting the attack is just a beginning. See here. Steve Scalise was shot by an alleged Bernie
Sanders supporter. See here. Rosie O’Donnell attacked Trump’s family
by speculating that Barron Trump was autistic, or on the spectrum. See here. The verbal attacks could be considered normal
for politics in regards to opposing forces targeting each other and fishing for social
media ‘likes’ – but no one should condone the act of physical violence against another
human being.

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