Mega Compilation: Democrats Call For Violence Against Trump Supporters

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Democrats are preparing to impeach President Donald Trump again, this time claiming he “incited an insurrection” at the Capitol last month.

But for the entirety of Trump’s term in office, Democrats and their media allies have been deploying extreme rhetoric, calling for violence against the president and his supporters and even inciting insurrections themselves.

Ranging from the fear of Trump firing FBI special counsel Robert Mueller to supporting the Black Lives Matter riots, Democrat politicians and operatives routinely called for violence and insurrections against Trump and his base.

Hillary Clinton said “you can’t be civil with Republicans”:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) called Republicans “domestic enemies” and “enemies of the state” just months before the 2020 election:

Kamala Harris warned in August 2020 that the BLM rioters “aren’t gonna let up and they should not”:

Michigan Democratic State Rep. Cynthia Jones told supporters to attack Trump supporters, saying, “make them pay.”

Pelosi called for “uprisings” across the country in 2018:

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) threatened mob violence against Trump officials and supporters in 2018:

Waters doubled down, telling supporters to be “more confrontational” with Republicans:

Water said she would “take out Trump”:

Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) said there “needs to be unrest in the streets”, referring to the BLM riots:

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) called for supporters to “get up in the faces” of conservatives:

Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) threatened mob violence against Trump in 2019:

Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) said in 2019 the only way to take on Trump was to “punch him in the face.”

Eric Holder said in 2018, “when they go low, we kick them”, referring to Republicans:

Ted Lieu threatened “widespread civil unrest” if Trump fired Mueller:

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper echoed Lieu, saying Trump would usher in a “firestorm in the streets” if he fired Mueller:

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) threatened the Supreme Court in 2018, telling them they would “pay the price” for pushing back against their pro-abortion agenda:

Joe Biden said he’d like to take Trump “behind the gym and beat the hell out of him”:

Mainstream media figures and actors – essentially Democrat operatives – have been just as inflammatory as the politicians, with some calling for an actual insurrection.

Just last week, MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace actually suggested the Biden administration deploy “drone strikes” against Trump supporters:

CNN’s Chris Cuomo praised the violent nationwide Black Lives Matter riots, further inciting the political violence.

In 2018, CNN’s Don Lemon claimed “white men” were the “biggest terror threat” in America:

In 2018, Donny Deutsch called for supporters to “take to the streets” to start a “revolution” to overthrow President Trump:

In 2017, CNN contributor and former CIA operative Phil Mudd said the “government is gonna kill” President Trump:

The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson demanded the “donor class” to “put a bullet in Donald Trump”:

Schumer threatened Trump with intel community retribution in 2017:

Actor Robert DeNiro said he’d like to “punch Trump in the face”:

Actor David Harbour told Democrat supporters to “punch some people in the face”, referring to Trump supporters:

Actor Johnny Depp asked the audience when the last time an actor assassinated a president, alluding to former President Lincoln’s assassination:

Rapper Snoop Dogg alluded to assassinating Trump in a music video, where he pointed a gun at his head and pulled the trigger:

A broadway rendition of William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in 2017 depicted Trump getting brutally stabbed to death:

Broadway star Carole Cook lamented that Trump hasn’t been murdered yet, asking, “where is John Wilkes Booth when you need him?”:

Comedian Kathy Griffin held up a bloody decapitated head of Trump in 2017:

Pop singer Madonna told Democrat supporters in 2017 that she “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House”:

Meanwhile, Democrats are preparing to impeach Trump – for a second time – for making the following remarks leading up to the Capitol riot:

“I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.” — President Trump

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Here is a modest collection of top Democrats calling for violence in America.