10 Oct Corporate Leaders Need To Decide: Stand With The Violent Left Or Renounce It
The American Left has long stooped as low as necessary to get their way. We recently saw this with death threats and mobs regarding Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. While these efforts failed, they are just the latest efforts that go back decades — such as the “high-tech lynching” of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and the regularly-used “Nazi” card against conservatives. The Obama administration regularly accused conservatives of holding America “hostage” — despite similar behavior by Obama when he was a U.S. Senator. And few prominent liberal leaders were willing to tell rioters to stop hurting their fellow Americans after President Donald Trump’s victory in 2016.
Of course, vigorous but peaceful Tea Party and pro-life rallies are regularly decried as major threats to Americans’ safety back in the day. ‘Cause nothing scares the Left more than balanced budgets and unborn children surviving the womb.
But things are getting worse. Last year’s congressional shooting by a deranged leftist, Senator Rand Paul’s broken ribs, doxxing of Senators’ homes and their families, harassing right-of-center Senators at restaurants and at their homes…Paul is right. Somebody is going to get killed.
So what can 2ndVote shoppers do? First and foremost, tell corporations to stop backing those groups which are leading America to a violent political future. Planned Parenthood, Human Rights Campaign, The Women’s March — these are just a few of the leftist organizations which led mob efforts last week. 2ndVote shoppers should avoid those organizations’ sponsors.
Conservatives should also demand that mainstream reporters learn how to be journalists, not activists. Boycotting media outlets which spew violent rhetoric would send a strong message.
Liberals will always defend their violence, of course. Hillary Clinton did that just yesterday on CNN, and abortion is always justifiable in liberal minds. Here’s hoping the power of 2ndVotes can show corporations the right way to go — toward peace, not violence.