On Wednesday night, more anti-Trump protests broke out at the University of California, Berkeley, after Brietbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak there.
The oh-so tolerant liberals set things on fire, beat up Trump supporters, shouted “f*** the police” and otherwise terrorized the area, forcing Yiannopoulos to scrap the event.
While most of civilized America watched the riots with disgust, Democrat Rep. Val Demings of Florida apparently thought that Trump supporters being beaten was a “beautiful sight,” the Washington Free Beacon reported.
“We have seen demonstrations — and I think you already talked about that — around the country. Young people at Berkeley protesting against this unconstitutional order,” Demings explained.
“We encourage our young people to get involved — I thought it was a beautiful sight,” she continued.
So, apparently, large crowds of angry liberals attacking police officers and destroying property is a beautiful sight to this congresswoman. Maybe she needs to get her eyes checked.
You can watch Demings’ comments here:
I bet Demings wouldn’t feel the same way if the colors were reversed and it was an African-American Clinton supporter who was pepper sprayed on camera simply because of what she believed in.
On Wednesday night, liberals once again proved to America that they are nothing but a bunch of crybabies with rocks and fireworks who don’t know the definition of the phrase “peaceful protest.”
— janey (@janeygak) February 2, 2017
These sorts of tactics are exactly why Democrats have continued to lose elections for the past few years. Americans are sick and tired of liberals resorting to violent tactics when things don’t go their way.
You would never see Republicans acting like this if a liberal wanted to talk to them. That’s because Republicans actually know how to listen, how to protest peacefully, and most of them have jobs to go to so they can’t spend days on end chanting idiotic slogans while waving cardboard signs.
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