The RNC has released a new video ad and it is really good. It shows a mix of deranged Democratic politicians and Antifa. You have to guess which one is crazier and it’s not an easy task. Especially, since the Republicans included Maxine Waters and Cory Booker.
All they are lacking is Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. But, you do see a direct correlation between the Democratic words and Antifa’s actions. Ever since the election oof President Trump, the left has not even pretended to be sane. It’s a sure sign that they have no idea how to win elections, so they have reverted to terrorist tactics.
House minority leader Nancy Pelosi comments among a montage of left-wing protesters shouting down politicians and destroying public property, “I just don’t even know why there aren’t uprisings all over the country.”
The ad was release as progressives have gained attention for riotously protesting the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. More than 70 protesters have been arrested during the first two days of the hearing.
“While people inside the Beltway focus on palace intrigue and anonymous quotes, this ad focuses on what the media will not: Democrats have gone crazy and aren’t hiding it,” Steve Guest, spokesman for the RNC told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Republicans will continue to deliver for American people while Democrats have become completely unhinged.”
Of course, they did add in a screeching Nancy Pelosi. And the violence displayed by Antifa demonstrates just how deranged the left has become. They are getting dangerously close to Nazi level. Agree with us or pay a price.
From Fox News:
Many of the protesters are part of a nationwide campaign to disrupt the confirmation process. They say they fear that Kavanaugh’s confirmation would shift the Supreme Court’s balance for years.
Senator Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., the judiciary panel’s top Democrat, echoed the sentiment of the protesters.
“I think it’s really important that people—as well as the judge, the nominee—understand how strongly we feel and why we feel that way,” Feinstein said, according to The Journal. “Behind the noise is really a very sincere belief that it’s so important to keep in this country—which is multiethnic, multireligious, multieconomic—a court that really serves the people and serves this great democracy.”