Left-Wing Political Violence in America


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1 ‘ABOLISH ICE’: Nebraska vandals cause $1,200 in property damage at state GOP headquarters Note1)Vandals in Lincoln, Nebraska have smashed windows and spray-painted the headquarters of the Nebraska Republican Party, causing at least $1,200 in damage.
 
 The individual or individuals who destroyed the property also left behind a message that reads “ABOLISH ICE,” according to pictures posted by the Nebraska Republican Party on Facebook.
 
 Police are investigating the vandalism, which they said occurred sometime between midnight and after 3 a.m., according to the Omaha World-Herald. They believe the vandals picked up bricks from a nearby construction site and tossed them at the glass doors.
 
 “This destructive criminal activity is disappointing, but unsurprising, given the increasingly radical rhetoric of national Democrat leaders and candidates like Jane Raybould, Kara Eastman, and Jane Kleeb,” NEGOP Executive Director Kenny Zoeller said in a statement. “Violence is the natural result of the Left’s statements urging Democrats to literally ‘push back’ on Republicans and ‘resist’ at any cost.

Conservative Review 07/03/2018
2 Man allegedly threatens to chop up Rand Paul and his family with an axe Note2)The man has been arrested. He allegedly called in the threats to Paul’s Bowling Green office.
 
 Paul mentioned the attack publicly at an event in Leitchfield, Kentucky, on Monday.
 
 “Capitol Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man who threatened to kill me and chop up my family with an axe,” Paul said. “It’s just horrendous that we have to deal with things like this.”
 
 Capitol Police declined to comment because the investigation is ongoing.

Courier Journal 07/02/2018
3 California man arrested for threatening to kill FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s family over net neutrality. Note3)A 33-year-old resident of Norwalk, California was arrested today for sending threatening emails to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai last year, according to the US Department of Justice. The threats, sent by an individual named Makara Man, were made primarily in the second of three messages sent to Pai’s official FCC email accounts in late December, just days after the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality protections.
 
 The first email allegedly accused Pai of causing the suicide of a teenager through his actions that led to the net neutrality vote. The second email contained an explicit threat against members of Pai’s family, as well as a listing of three locations in and around Arlington, Virginia where Pai is said to live. The third email allegedly contained a photo of Pai and a separate photo of Pai and his family.
 
 According to the Justice Department, the FBI traced the emails to Man’s home…

The Verge 06/29/2018
4 Dem Party Volunteer Charged With Threatening to Kill GOP Rep’s Kids Note4)A Florida man has been charged with threatening to kill Republican Rep. Brian Mast’s children over the treatment of illegal immigrants at the border.
 
 The man, identified as Laurence Wayne Key, called the congressman’s Washington office, telling an intern who answered the phone, “I’m going to find the Congressman’s kids and kill them. If you’re going to separate kids at the border, I’m going to kill his kids. Don’t try to find me because you won’t.”
 
 Key faces federal charges for the “communication of a threat to kidnap or injure a person.”

Townhall 06/27/2018
5 Increasing threats to Homeland Security include burned animal carcass left on staffer’s porch Note5)(WASHINGTON) — Department of Homeland Security employees are seeing violent threats with greater frequency because of the president’s immigration policy, according to an official with knowledge of a recent threat assessment.
 
 The department determined that there was a “heightened threat against DHS employees” in response to recent government actions surrounding immigration, according to a letter sent to employees over the weekend.
 
 “This assessment is based on specific and credible threats that have been levied against certain DHS employees and a sharp increase in the overall number of general threats against DHS employees,” Claire Grady, acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security, wrote to employees on Saturday.
 
 In early May, the Trump administration announced it would begin enforcing a zero-tolerance immigration policy — criminally charging everyone who illegally crossed the southwest border. This led to around 2,300 children being separated from their parents as they faced prosecution

WTOP.com 06/25/2018
6 Climate skeptic Marc Morano details his career of death threats Note6)“Let’s meet man to man and I’ll rip that stupid smile off your face.”
 
 “If you have children, I hope beyond hopes that you must bury them, and that your grief will know no end.”
 
 “You and your children should be burned in public.”
 
 “Hi I just wanted to let you know what a goddamn stupid lying idiot you are. I really hope you are someday put on trial before a world tribunal on charges of ‘crimes against humanity.’ . . . .
 
 You are an evil little fuck and you have your head so far up your ass, you can tickle your tonsils when you wiggle your ears. Fuck you, ‘moron-o.’”
 
 “Thank you for being one of the biggest assholes on planet Earth and for helping to doom every living ecosystem. . .Go fuck yourself.”
 
 “I will have a nice long drive up to DC and have a very short and unpleasant conversation with your ass if you dont [sic] stop harrassing [sic] scientists.”
 
 “I hope they hang you and the rest of the stooges for the fossil fuel industry.”

ClimateDepot 04/25/2018
7 Threats Against EPA Employees Up 50% Under Trump Admin. Note7)Threats against employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have spiked 50 percent this year, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team.
 
 Agents with EPA’s Office of Inspector General have launched at least 70 investigations into threats against EPA employees in 2017, including a surge of threats against agency Administrator Scott Pruitt.
 
 None of the threats resulted in injury, according to investigators, but the threats have been deemed legitimate risks to the safety and well-being of some agency employees, including those at EPA headquarters at Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C.
 
 “I do feel we’ve prevented acts of violence through our investigations. I feel very confident we have,” said EPA assistant inspector general for investigations Patrick Sullivan.

The Washington Post 10/06/2017
8 Anti-Donald Trump campaigner ‘shoots Republican neighbour twice in the head’ Note8)An anti-Donald Trump campaigner has been charged with murdering his Republican neighbour after a series of disputes boiled over into violence.
 
 Clayton Carter allegedly shot George Jennings twice in the head after a row, reportedly the latest in a string of confrontations that had seen the police called dozens of times over several years.
 
 It happened after an argument about a spotlight, US media said, but Mr Carter’s lawyer said his client acted in self-defence after being threatened with a knife.
 
 Mr Carter’s front garden was filled with anti-Donald Trump signs, ABC 6 reported, while Mr Jennings was a member of the local Republican Party committee. Both were 51.

The Independent 08/16/2017
9 Congressman Steve Scalise Gravely Wounded in Alexandria Baseball Field Ambush Note9)ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A lone gunman who was said to be distraught over President Trump’s election opened fire on members of the Republican congressional baseball team at a practice field in this Washington suburb on Wednesday, using a rifle to shower the field with bullets that struck four people, including Steve Scalise, the majority whip of the House of Representatives.
 
 Mr. Trump, in a televised statement from the White House, condemned the “very, very brutal assault” and said the gunman had died after a shootout with the police. Law enforcement authorities identified him as James T. Hodgkinson, 66, from Belleville, Ill., a suburb of St. Louis.
 
 Two members of Mr. Scalise’s Capitol Police security detail were wounded as they exchanged fire with the gunman in what lawmakers described as several chaotic, terror-filled minutes that turned the baseball practice into an early-morning nightmare. One was wounded by gunfire, and one suffered other, minor injuries.
 
 The tragedy united Republican

New York Times 06/04/2017
10 Prosecutors file new charges against inauguration protesters who rioted, torched immigrant’s limo. Note10)D.C. prosecutors have filed additional charges against more than 200 protesters arrested during President Trump’s inauguration, continuing to drill down on suspects they believe smashed restaurant windows, set a limousine on fire and attacked the car’s driver.
 
 While most of the protesters were initially charged with one count of felony rioting, a grand jury on Thursday returned a superseding indictment that added new charges: inciting or urging to riot, conspiracy to riot and counts of destruction of property.
 
 On Friday in D.C. Superior Court, prosecutors also obtained their first felony conviction in the Jan. 20 riots. Dane Powell, 31, of Tampa, pleaded guilty to rioting and assault on a police officer, admitting he threw a large piece of concrete at the officer. Powell is set to be sentenced in July and faces up to three years in prison for each charge. His attorney could not immediately be reached for comment.

The Washington Post 04/25/2017
11 Republican headquarters in N. Carolina firebombed: ‘Nazi Republicans leave town or else’ Note11)“The firebombing of a local political headquarters in Orange County is clearly an attack on our democracy,” Gov. Pat McCrory tweeted following the firebombing, adding, “I will use every resource as governor to assist local authorities in this investigation.”
New York Daily News 10/17/2016
12 Leftist MOB Beats, Kicks, Pummels TRUMP Supporter for Wearing #MAGA Hat Note12)A Trump supporter in El Cajon, California was attacked, beaten, thrown to the ground and kicked on live Periscope.
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1. Vandals in Lincoln, Nebraska have smashed windows and spray-painted the headquarters of the Nebraska Republican Party, causing at least $1,200 in damage.
 
 The individual or individuals who destroyed the property also left behind a message that reads “ABOLISH ICE,” according to pictures posted by the Nebraska Republican Party on Facebook.
 
 Police are investigating the vandalism, which they said occurred sometime between midnight and after 3 a.m., according to the Omaha World-Herald. They believe the vandals picked up bricks from a nearby construction site and tossed them at the glass doors.
 
 “This destructive criminal activity is disappointing, but unsurprising, given the increasingly radical rhetoric of national Democrat leaders and candidates like Jane Raybould, Kara Eastman, and Jane Kleeb,” NEGOP Executive Director Kenny Zoeller said in a statement. “Violence is the natural result of the Left’s statements urging Democrats to literally ‘push back’ on Republicans and ‘resist’ at any cost.
2. The man has been arrested. He allegedly called in the threats to Paul’s Bowling Green office.
 
 Paul mentioned the attack publicly at an event in Leitchfield, Kentucky, on Monday.
 
 “Capitol Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man who threatened to kill me and chop up my family with an axe,” Paul said. “It’s just horrendous that we have to deal with things like this.”
 
 Capitol Police declined to comment because the investigation is ongoing.
3. A 33-year-old resident of Norwalk, California was arrested today for sending threatening emails to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai last year, according to the US Department of Justice. The threats, sent by an individual named Makara Man, were made primarily in the second of three messages sent to Pai’s official FCC email accounts in late December, just days after the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality protections.
 
 The first email allegedly accused Pai of causing the suicide of a teenager through his actions that led to the net neutrality vote. The second email contained an explicit threat against members of Pai’s family, as well as a listing of three locations in and around Arlington, Virginia where Pai is said to live. The third email allegedly contained a photo of Pai and a separate photo of Pai and his family.
 
 According to the Justice Department, the FBI traced the emails to Man’s home…
4. A Florida man has been charged with threatening to kill Republican Rep. Brian Mast’s children over the treatment of illegal immigrants at the border.
 
 The man, identified as Laurence Wayne Key, called the congressman’s Washington office, telling an intern who answered the phone, “I’m going to find the Congressman’s kids and kill them. If you’re going to separate kids at the border, I’m going to kill his kids. Don’t try to find me because you won’t.”
 
 Key faces federal charges for the “communication of a threat to kidnap or injure a person.”
5. (WASHINGTON) — Department of Homeland Security employees are seeing violent threats with greater frequency because of the president’s immigration policy, according to an official with knowledge of a recent threat assessment.
 
 The department determined that there was a “heightened threat against DHS employees” in response to recent government actions surrounding immigration, according to a letter sent to employees over the weekend.
 
 “This assessment is based on specific and credible threats that have been levied against certain DHS employees and a sharp increase in the overall number of general threats against DHS employees,” Claire Grady, acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security, wrote to employees on Saturday.
 
 In early May, the Trump administration announced it would begin enforcing a zero-tolerance immigration policy — criminally charging everyone who illegally crossed the southwest border. This led to around 2,300 children being separated from their parents as they faced prosecution
6. “Let’s meet man to man and I’ll rip that stupid smile off your face.”
 
 “If you have children, I hope beyond hopes that you must bury them, and that your grief will know no end.”
 
 “You and your children should be burned in public.”
 
 “Hi I just wanted to let you know what a goddamn stupid lying idiot you are. I really hope you are someday put on trial before a world tribunal on charges of ‘crimes against humanity.’ . . . .
 
 You are an evil little fuck and you have your head so far up your ass, you can tickle your tonsils when you wiggle your ears. Fuck you, ‘moron-o.’”
 
 “Thank you for being one of the biggest assholes on planet Earth and for helping to doom every living ecosystem. . .Go fuck yourself.”
 
 “I will have a nice long drive up to DC and have a very short and unpleasant conversation with your ass if you dont [sic] stop harrassing [sic] scientists.”
 
 “I hope they hang you and the rest of the stooges for the fossil fuel industry.”
7. Threats against employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have spiked 50 percent this year, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team.
 
 Agents with EPA’s Office of Inspector General have launched at least 70 investigations into threats against EPA employees in 2017, including a surge of threats against agency Administrator Scott Pruitt.
 
 None of the threats resulted in injury, according to investigators, but the threats have been deemed legitimate risks to the safety and well-being of some agency employees, including those at EPA headquarters at Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C.
 
 “I do feel we’ve prevented acts of violence through our investigations. I feel very confident we have,” said EPA assistant inspector general for investigations Patrick Sullivan.
8. An anti-Donald Trump campaigner has been charged with murdering his Republican neighbour after a series of disputes boiled over into violence.
 
 Clayton Carter allegedly shot George Jennings twice in the head after a row, reportedly the latest in a string of confrontations that had seen the police called dozens of times over several years.
 
 It happened after an argument about a spotlight, US media said, but Mr Carter’s lawyer said his client acted in self-defence after being threatened with a knife.
 
 Mr Carter’s front garden was filled with anti-Donald Trump signs, ABC 6 reported, while Mr Jennings was a member of the local Republican Party committee. Both were 51.
9. ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A lone gunman who was said to be distraught over President Trump’s election opened fire on members of the Republican congressional baseball team at a practice field in this Washington suburb on Wednesday, using a rifle to shower the field with bullets that struck four people, including Steve Scalise, the majority whip of the House of Representatives.
 
 Mr. Trump, in a televised statement from the White House, condemned the “very, very brutal assault” and said the gunman had died after a shootout with the police. Law enforcement authorities identified him as James T. Hodgkinson, 66, from Belleville, Ill., a suburb of St. Louis.
 
 Two members of Mr. Scalise’s Capitol Police security detail were wounded as they exchanged fire with the gunman in what lawmakers described as several chaotic, terror-filled minutes that turned the baseball practice into an early-morning nightmare. One was wounded by gunfire, and one suffered other, minor injuries.
 
 The tragedy united Republican
10. D.C. prosecutors have filed additional charges against more than 200 protesters arrested during President Trump’s inauguration, continuing to drill down on suspects they believe smashed restaurant windows, set a limousine on fire and attacked the car’s driver.
 
 While most of the protesters were initially charged with one count of felony rioting, a grand jury on Thursday returned a superseding indictment that added new charges: inciting or urging to riot, conspiracy to riot and counts of destruction of property.
 
 On Friday in D.C. Superior Court, prosecutors also obtained their first felony conviction in the Jan. 20 riots. Dane Powell, 31, of Tampa, pleaded guilty to rioting and assault on a police officer, admitting he threw a large piece of concrete at the officer. Powell is set to be sentenced in July and faces up to three years in prison for each charge. His attorney could not immediately be reached for comment.
11. “The firebombing of a local political headquarters in Orange County is clearly an attack on our democracy,” Gov. Pat McCrory tweeted following the firebombing, adding, “I will use every resource as governor to assist local authorities in this investigation.”
12. A Trump supporter in El Cajon, California was attacked, beaten, thrown to the ground and kicked on live Periscope.

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