President Trump slammed Democratic leaders Friday less than three weeks away from the high-stakes midterm elections; saying the party has become an “angry mob” that’s totally “losing it.”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 19, 2018
“The Democrats don’t like being called an ‘angry mob,’ but really that’s what they’ve become. They’ve gone so far Left they can’t even believe that they’re over there, they don’t know what’s going on,” said the President.
“They just don’t see it. Maxine Waters constantly ranting and raving. They’re losing it, and they shouldn’t be. We should be a unified country,” he added.
Watch the President’s comments above.
HIT JOB? Liberals SLAM GOP's Use of Term ‘MOB’ to Describe Left-Wing Protests
Liberal activists, left-wing legislators, and the mainstream media lashed-out at conservatives and GOP pundits this week over their use of the term “mob” to describe the outrageous, often-violent protests staged by Democrats in the wake of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation process.
“Liberal protesters – egged on by Democratic politicians – are openly embracing a more confrontational and aggressive approach, banging on the doors of the Supreme Court, confronting lawmakers outside their offices and chasing GOP officials out of restaurants,” writes Fox News.
“The radical Democrats have turned into an angry mob,” said President Trump during a political rally this week.
“Women across the country came together around this nomination to say #MeToo, to stand up against sexual abusers and harassers,” Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., tweeted this week “And all Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and Republican leaders have to say to them is that they’re a mob. Disgraceful.”
Decide for yourself if the term applies; watch the shocking video above.
KAVANAUGH CHAOS: GOP Senators SLAM DEMS for Inciting ‘MOB RULE’ During Nomination
Leading GOP Senators slammed their Democratic colleagues Tuesday morning after several prominent legislators routinely interrupted Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley; accusing the lawmakers of inciting “mob rule” during the Supreme Court confirmation process.
Senators Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, and others repeatedly harassed Grassley within seconds of his opening statement, with dozens of protesters screaming “Vote NO” as the leading Democrats urged an indefinite postponement of the hearings.
“This is the first confirmation hearing subject to mob rule,” said Sen. Cornyn.
“Judge Kavanaugh is one of the most qualified nominees – if not the most qualified nominee – I have seen,” said Grassley after an hour of interruptions and protests.
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