1. Trump's Terrorist Attack On the Press (With Fox News Support)
2. Republicans Demonstrate How To Kill People With Rhetoric (Something We Know Can Be Done Since The 1900s!)... Can Regular Citizens Get Secret Service Protection Too?
3. The Right Wing Are Basically Terrorists Or "Terrorist Creators" (Alt Right Terrorists Is The Politically Correct Term)
4. Using Lies & Out Of Context Quotes Fox News Tries To Paint The Left As A Mob
5. Its Impossible To Talk About Trump And His Decisions Without Fox News
This post shows that Trump. GOP and Fox News are - Obviously - Seeking To Drum Up Violent Reaction From Their Followers......
Fox's midterm engagement strategy is telling its viewers that Democrats are coming to kill them
Fox ramps up election strategy of convincing viewers that Democrats are coming to kill them
Meet The Press sanitizes Proud Boys’ involvement in Miami protests Host Chuck Todd discusses “angry people left and right” ahead of midterms, doesn’t mention that one party has a violent extremist group on its side
It’s not just Dem officials: Trump takes aim at Democratic voters
While Fox News calls people angry about lies "haters", actual hate groups always seem to come from thier ranks (must be a trend is what I'm saying, like how white supremicists and KKK always vote Republican, since Nixon made Republicanism the party of the South without any of its corresponding morals)
Right-wing hate group heckles Nancy PelosiThe Republican organizer of a shout-down protest of Nancy Pelosi is apologizing for protesting alongside an ultra-right wing hate group.
More details of incendiary rhetoric designed for terrorism;
This sort of terrorist style fear mongering is the GOP's actual strategy under Trump;
Trump, GOP look to stoke fear in base to goose election turnout Caitlin Dickerson, national immigration reporter for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about the Trump administration's turn to trying to frighten the Republican base with scary immigration imagery and tough-guy policy proposals ahead of the 2018 election.
CNN's New Day: "President Trump is waging a fact-free campaign of fear ahead of the midterm elections" John Berman: "There is no evidence for some of these claims, which might be the very point. ... The falsehood, or, in some cases, the lie, is meant to scare you."
Fascism expert on MSNBC: "We're seeing fascist tactics" like "hypernationalism" and "fear of the other" employed in the US
Hannity and his guests lie about violent rioting by pro-Trump supporters, claim it was "the left" Hannity: "This is coming from the left, the radical left"
Sean Hannity blames Democrats for violence committed by pro-Trump group, the Proud Boys Hannity blames Kyrsten Sinema, Alec Baldwin, Bernie Sanders, Maxine Waters, Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton
Fox & Friends ignores violent attack by far-right group Proud Boys while fearmongering about supposed left-wing “mob rule”
CNN fails to disclose non-disparagement agreement in interview with ex-Trump official CNN commentator who legally cannot criticize the president calls his praise for violence against a reporter "partly entertainment"
The president is in favor of Republicans assaulting journalists
Donald Trump praises Republican congressman for body-slamming a reporter Trump: "Any guy that can do a body slam, he's my kind of guy."
Lou Dobbs guest justifies Proud Boy assaults in New York by calling the victims terrorists Pete Holmberg: "It's terrorism and it's gotten worse the more successful Trump has gotten"
Republicans have already empowered gangs and extremist groups From the Proud Boys to Turning Point USA, extremists are ascendant on the right, but legacy media are too often playing catch-up
Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes to Republicans: “You need us foot soldiers” In speech to Manhattan GOP club, McInnes said that traditional Republicans and people like him "both want Trump to do well"
Fox guest says Trump's assertion that assaulting reporters helps Republicans win elections was "just bad timing"
Eric Trump on Fox: President Trump "can have fun" by joking about assault on a reporter Trump tries to claim his father's praise of GOP congressman for body-slamming a reporter was just "fun," but that Eric Holder said to "kick [people] in the head" (Holder didn't say that, and he clarified that he was "not advocating violence")
CNN's Rick Santorum defends Trump by claiming he was only praising assault in general, not assault on reporters Santorum: "If you listen to what the president said, he said, anybody that can do a body slam is my kind of guy"
List of terrorist acts
1) For some reason, folks on the right have extremely short memories when it comes to acts of right-wing political violence. This is especially the case when they are in the middle of a propaganda campaign to make "the left" look violent. A long thread with lots of pix follows. pic.twitter.com/D6MtFP4k65— David Neiwert (@DavidNeiwert) October 15, 2018
NRA board member: Democrats / academics / media / etc. are "rabid coyotes" who should be shot on sight— Leanne Naramore (@LeanneNaramore) October 16, 2018
Fox host: "It's a war"
Proud Boys founder: "Fighting solves everything"
President: "Knock the crap out of him"https://t.co/Ysli7sMI1K
'Dems Gone Wild': Tucker Says 'Frenzy to Oppose Trump' Has Radicalized the Left. https://t.co/1wF04TQ1vt— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 17, 2018
On Hannity, in the Democratic Party "the lunatics have taken over the asylum...they are trying to normalize violence"— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) October 17, 2018
"We don't have people creating violence and encouraging it on the right" pic.twitter.com/kLvxPFS7o6
Seeking to promote misunderstanding amougst the people
I still find it odd how Fox will air all of Trump's insulting tweets but whenever someone replies to his attacks it's unsuitable for TV— Lis Power (@LisPower1) October 16, 2018
The didn't show Daniels' tweet because she mocked his dick .. or as they put it "it was filled with innuendo to criticize the president's body" pic.twitter.com/nfLq0Yol0j
Hannity vs. Hannity, Proud Boys edition. pic.twitter.com/SvtK86a94U— Media Matters (@mmfa) October 16, 2018