Democrats are heating up their rhetoric like never before.
But it’s no longer just the socialist activists using violent rhetoric.
And this Democrat Congressmen just said three words about conservatives that has the Right up in arms.
The violence and destruction wrought by the leftists in the United States is reaching war-like proportions.
Entire cities now look more like Ukraine or some third world nation than like major U.S. cities.
And violence against pro-life groups, churches, and conservative organizations continues unchecked.
And instead of prosecution and scorn these violent terrorists get praised by Democrat elected officials.
Ohio U.S. Congressman says “kill and confront”
But now they’ve taken it further.
Supposedly “moderate” Democrat U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan recently said it’s time for Democrats to “kill and confront” the extremist Republican movement.
Quite a shocking statement from a sitting U.S. Congressman, who is also running for U.S. Senate this year.
Rather than using his office to try and bring unity to the nation, Senator Ryan instead goes on full-blown war footing, using Bush’s War on Terror rhetoric to attack conservatives.
And just what is the “extremist Republican movement?”
Well, it is anything Democrats like Tim Ryan decide it is.
Own a gun? You’re an extremist.
Homeschool your children? Ryan apparently wants to kill and confront you.
Support Donald Trump? You have to be a terrorist.
The Democrats, like Ryan, have decided it is time to foment civil unrest.
And that is why they talk this way.
“I’m one of the good guys . . .”
Of course, Ryan, after making the statement tried to downplay his vile attack on his fellow Americans.
Ryan said, “I’m one of the most bipartisan members of Congress. The last two Congresses, I have been in the top 10% of most bipartisan. I want to work across the aisle. Look, Democrats aren’t right on everything, and I’m willing to sit down and have conversations about how we can move out of this age of stupidity and into an age of reconciliation and reform. How do we fix all of these broken systems.”
He then continued seemingly contrite, “Some of those answers will come from Republicans, not the extremists that we are dealing with every single day. We’ve got to kill and confront that movement, but working with normal mainstream Republicans, that’s going to be really, really important.”
Ryan added, “I’m saying the exhausted majority, Democrats, Republicans, Independents against the extremists, leading an era of reform around reconciliation so we can heal this country and move into the future.”
Ryan of course, means Republicans and Independents who agree with him and the radical left.
The “extremists” he’s talking about are Republicans who actually have principles and morals.
Those are the Americans Ryan considers “extremists.”
Ryan finished up by making a pitch for money to help in his fight against “extremist Republicans.”
“Again, I don’t have a billion-dollar donor to fund me. I need low-dollar people who can go to my website and chip in a couple of bucks and help us put this extremist movement to bed so we can move on with being Americans again.”
Unfortunately for Ryan the majority of Americans know that he is part of the extremist movement.
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.