The left’s protests are heating up and how Republicans should respond

As I wrote last week we are in dangerous times as liberal activists — feeling emboldened — continue to confront Republicans in public.

The continuation of public face offs will not end well for America. Escalation of the confrontations will take it to a threat level that will bring the country to a boil.

News coming out of Washington DC this month is said to be — by sources — earth-shattering to the status quo. So this animosity between the left and right — as a simplification of the participants — will only get more heated and perhaps violent.

While Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was confronted outside a restaurant over the weekend with just chants to abolish ICE in his home state of Kentucky, it is at least the second time he has been involved in a face-to-face showdown with activists.

One protestor shouted: “We know where you live, Mitch! We know where you live,” which should be a stern warning to McConnell’s protection detail and other Republicans that there are people out there who may wish to recreate the shooting of Republican lawmakers on the baseball field in Maryland.

The ultra left-wing of America feels like it has been losing every important battle since the 2016 presidential election and their blood is boiling. Contempt for President Trump and all things Republican is running so high that something big may happen to rock them to their core.

But before that happens, let’s hope the protestors keep to chanting and not take it to the next level. I believe releasing the unredacted Justice Department’s investigation into what the FBI’s actions were during and after the 2016 election would go a long way to showing the level of corruption from the left’s power center.

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