New GOP Ad Highlights Insane Democrats & Loopy Liberals

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The GOP released a new ad compiling the hate-mongering, threats, and violence directed towards President Trump and his supporters. “The left in 2018: Unhinged,” the minute-long ad reads. The ad includes such musings as washed-up comedian Kathy Griffin holding a cut off Trump head in a photoshoot, and a limousine that was burned by Antifa members during riots in Washington D.C. on inauguration day in 2017.

“I just don’t know why there aren’t uprisings all over the country,” the voice of Sen. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) can be heard saying over the violent imagery.

A clip from Rep. Maxine Waters’ Saturday rally which landed her in hot water after she called for public harassment of Trump officials and supporters is also part of the video compilation.

“If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them,” Waters yelled.

Drunken actor Johnny Depp also makes an appearance in the video from when he “joked” about assassinating Trump in 2017.

Of course, who could forget singer Madonna’s call to ‘blow up the White House’ during the 2017 Women’s March? That clip, too, is part of the ad.

Finally, the ad ends with rapper Snoop Dogg shooting Trump in the head during a music video, which apparently passes for art these days.

A minute long ad does not do the radical left’s violent tendencies justice. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was seriously injured after being attacked by his Bernie Sanders-supporting neighbor at his Kentucky home months ago. Last year, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA), was nearly fatally shot by a deranged leftist who opened fire on Republican lawmakers during congressional baseball practice.

The violent rhetoric has not slowed down, and Republican officials are rightly concerned with their own safety. As Big League Politics reported today, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will receive a Secret Service detail at her home due to an increased threat of violence.

Trump weighed in on recent calls for violence against his supports yesterday.

“Congresswoman Maxine Waters, an extraordinarily low IQ person, has become, together with Nancy Pelosi, the Face of the Democrat Party,” he said on Twitter. “She has just called for harm to supporters, of which there are many, of the Make America Great Again movement. Be careful what you wish for Max!”

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“They Are Standing Strong By The Will Of Our Voters” – GOP Crushes Democrats Hopes, Confirms Electors Back Trump


While a liberal group responsible for fomenting the Electoral College rebellion claims to have at least 20 of the 37 GOP defectors needed to pull an upset and send the election to the House, The Hill reports that, among Republicans on the ground, though, there is no chatter or speculation surrounding that possibility. The liberal opposition has generated a cottage industry of online speculation that an Electoral College revolt is a real possibility. But state party leaders familiar with the thinking of their electors dismiss the speculation as fantasy.

Republican state party chairmen and local officials expect nearly every GOP elector to fulfill their pledges to vote for Donald Trump for president on Monday when delegates gather across the country to cast their Electoral College ballots.

 

Despite a media frenzy around the scattered groups of liberals suggesting a groundswell of Republican opposition to Trump, there is little evidence to suggest that many GOP voters will go against the popular vote in their home states.

 

An Associated Press poll of more than 330 electors published Thursday found similarly long odds for any Electoral College revolt, with both Democrats and Republicans convinced Trump will clinch the vote Monday.

 

The Hill reached state party chairmen or officials for 10 of the 30 states Trump won in November, accounting for 170 of the 270 electoral votes he needs to win.

 

The officials in those states, most of whom said they are in close contact with their full slate of delegates and are working in tandem with the Republican National Committee’s whip operation, promised to deliver 169 of the 170 electoral votes up for grabs.

 

Full story: Zero Hedge