The left goes to great lengths to attempt painting up conservatives as rude, ruthless, bitter souls who do nothing but stir up trouble and want to rid the world of folks of color and all sorts of absurdities.
They pride themselves on being “tolerant” and “inclusive,” a bunch of peace-loving, world changers just trying to make society better like their grandparents in the Sixties.
Yet, if the news has taught us one thing, a huge portion of modern liberals fall more on the not-so-nonviolent side of the fence, engaging in riots, destruction, and anarchy any chance they’re given.
We’ve seen this same scenario replay over and over again on the news after some sort of “incident,” so more proof of this mentality among the left is unnecessary, yet they keep providing more anyway.
Like what one progressive did to Press Secretary Sean Spicer who was shopping at an Apple Store.
According to The Washington Free Beacon, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was harassed at an Apple store over the weekend by a woman who also claims to have organized the group that blocked Education Secretary Betsy DeVos from visiting a Washington, D.C., public school.Shree Chauhan used Periscope to broadcast her bizarre interaction with the press secretary live. She opened by asking him how it feels “to work for a fascist” and goes on to ask him whether he is a “criminal” who has “committed treason.”
“What can you tell me about Russia?” Chauhan asks Spicer, who ignored her. “How do you feel about destroying our country? Do you feel good about lying to the American people?”
Chauhan has made harassing members of the administration a regular thing. She claims to have been the organizer of the protest that stopped DeVos from visiting the Jefferson Middle School Academy after she was confirmed by the Senate.
“I was devastated by the election but I have channeled my anxiety, sadness, and anger into action,” Chauhan wrote in a Medium piece to capitalize on the attention her video of Spicer was getting. “I have explained how dire the situation is to my closest friends and family, and I also organized that Betsy DeVos blockade at a local D.C. school with families and community partners.”
Nobody on either side of the aisle appreciated Chauhan’s action to block the DeVos school visit.
In a press briefing yesterday, Spicer alluded to the incident saying, “It’s a free country and the beauty of it is that [people] can act how they want,” said Spicer, who also added that 99 percent of his interactions with the public are civil.
Although it would seem those one-percenters on the left are capable of making an awful lot of noise.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]