On Friday, the night of President Trump’s spectacular Republican National Convention acceptance speech, and the eve of the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s peaceful 1963 March on Washington, a violent savage mob descended upon the surrounding areas of the White House to cause a ruckus and to confront attendees of the President’s speech
Members of presumably Antifa and Black Lives Matter domestic terrorist groups erected a guillotine with an effigy of President Trump. Former Acting National Intelligence Director Richard Grennell called on Joe Biden to denounce the violence, saying Biden “needs to tell his supporters to stop this violence and mayhem.”
Sen. Rand Paul, a target of the leftist violence said while appearing on Fox News that he was thankful for the Police for being there while the threats on his and his wife’s lives were hanging in the balance.
“The threats were to f— you up, to you know, to kill you,” he said. “The threats were if they could get ahold of you, and I truly believe with every fiber of my being, had they gotten at us, they would have gotten us to the ground. We might not have been killed. We might just have been injured by being kicked in the head or kicked in the stomach until we were senseless. You’ve seen the pictures. Most of the networks will not show the pictures of this. This is happening in all of our cities. Its got to stop and thank God for the police.”
After the violence in the streets, with death threats to Federal elected officials, socialist “Squad” member Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) called for the targeting of elected leaders with “unrest in the streets.”
The savage mob also targeted wounded veteran and Republican Florida Congressman Brian Mast and an elderly couple leaving the White House event.