Libertarian thinker Stefan Molyneux has some brilliant commentary about the recent rioting in San Jose that I think every American should hear.
Now Molyneux is by no means a Donald Trump “fan.” He is, however, someone who loves liberty and cares about America’s electoral process. In his most recent video commentary, Molyneux blasts the San Jose rioters and their media enablers for the disgusting display of violence after the Donald Trump speech. Molyneux in particular exposes the media malpractice in the way they reported the violence by first pointing out that the Trump supporters might have said or done something to deserve the violence.
In his own inimitable style, Molyneux skewers the fascists leftists. Share this out with everyone who needs a reality check about the vile behavior on the left.
“Yes, the acts involve violent acts or acts dangerous to human life that violate federal or state law. yes, they appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population and to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion. In which case, ding ding ding. We have a winner! You have got the label: DOMESTIC TERRORISM…
Let’s imagine crossing into Mexico illegally to disrupt their elections by throwing eggs and bottles and hitting people. What would happen? You’d be rounded up and thrown in jail for years. Here’s the key thing to remember: And this is why it has come to this. The leftist mainstream media, if they see violent actions that they like, they call it protests. They basically label it speech. However, speech that the mainstream media dislikes is labelled violence. Which is why when Trump supporters get attacked, hit on the heads with bags of rocks, they are called protesters. A ‘protester’ is someone who speaks in objection to something. So that violence is called speech. When Donald Trump says he wishes to enforce the law by deporting illegal immigrants, that is called violence and it is responsible for the aggressive speech of the protesters — who legally could be described as domestic terrorists.”
(Be warned Molyneux does use some salty language.)