President Trump Accuses Democratic Party Of Allowing ‘Thuggery’ In His Response To Diner Video

President Trump let go with both proverbial barrels blazing in his response to a viral video out of Pittsburgh that reportedly shows a group of so-called “protesters” in their usual posture of aggression and violence, harassing an elderly white couple while they are eating at a local restaurant.

In the video, several people are seen shouting at the couple, some of them doing so up close and personal. A woman in the video actually walks over to the table, grabs a beverage and takes a drink from it. Local authorities have said they are looking into the incident.

via Fox News:

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“These Anarchists, not protesters, are Biden voters, but he has no control and nothing to say,” Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

He added: “And because of weak and pathetic Democrat leadership, this thuggery is happening in other Democrat run cities and states. Must shut them down fast.” Trump also accused his November opponents, former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., of being unwilling to speak frankly about such incidents.

There’s a reason why the left hesitates to call out this stuff as violence. For one, they don’t want to be seen as racist, so they’ll let folks who belong to these groups do anything they want in order to ensure they vote for Democratic Party candidates.

The other reason is because they actually want the chaos. It’s a weapon to try and take down the president. Destabilize the country and make people scared out of their minds. They will willingly give up freedom for safety. Or the illusion of safety.

If the right wants to keep Trump in office, we have to be strong over the course of the next few months and not be ruled by fear.