How To Become An Apologist For Violence

This isn’t violence. What they are doing is violence. They are the violence. Didn’t you hear what they said last week? Didn’t you see the video that went viral last week?

Source: How To Become An Apologist For Violence   

Read this article from Jacob Geers a writer at Thought Catalog and see his list of reasons people justify and even agree with the use of violence, any form of it! Riots, disrespect, 1st Amendment, sarcasm and playing the race card can be forms of violence. Does that sound familiar? wait.. wait…Bomb!!!  This is playing out before our eyes, i.e Kathy Giffard, Steven Cobar, Fake News etc.  Do you get the picture? People seek out others who are just like them, strength in numbers. Mainly because they are cowards. They have a herd mentality. Sharks feeding in a frenzy. They never stand alone. This article presents a perfect example of Liberal Focus and Trump Derangement Syndrome.  The “Chicken Little Personality Disorder” is a common trait among them. Words do incite violence even though the SCOTUS ruled years ago that it was not a legal defense. Most are post baby boomers and have never heard of that ruling and those who can’t remember that are baby boomers. They all seem to have never heard of another tenant of jurisprudence, Ignorance of the Law is no Defence! So, to Apologist of Violence, I have a  shout-out:  BULLSHIT

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