Leftists have wreaked havoc across America since Donald Trump’s election.
Violent protests have broken out across America.
But some in the media are being accused of promoting an unthinkable end to Donald Trump’s Presidency.
The Irish magazine Village published a deeply disturbing cover that many argued was imploring someone to kill Donald Trump.
The cover was a picture of Trump’s face with crosshairs over his temple and the words “Why not?”
While the magazine claims killing Trump would be “unethical” it begs the question does that mean the magazine doesn’t think it would wrong, illegal or immoral?
— Village Magazine (@VillageMagIRE) February 3, 2017
In 2011, when Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was shot in the head by a deranged lunatic with no political affiliation, the media pounced on former Governor Sarah Palin for putting up a member of members of Congress to target for defeat with bulls-eye signifying their status as a target in the 2010 midterms.
As a slightly Republican-leaning district, Giffords seat was a prime pickup opportunity.
But the media took this common political jargon – they often write articles describing which members of Congress are being “targeted” for defeat – as Palin calling for Giffords’ assassination.
The Village cover is frightening.
Unlike Palin, they aren’t using common political terms or symbols.
They published an image of the President of the United States targeted for killing and argued if it would be justified.
Liberals are ratcheting up their violent conduct in the wake of Trump’s inauguration.
Videos of Trump supporters being beaten and bloodied have emerged across America.
A cover like the one Village published is dangerous in this political climate.