The Liberal “Mobs” You See On TV Are Republicans, Not “Mobs” of Liberal Progressives
The Liberal “Mobs” You See On TV Are Republicans, Not “Mobs” of Liberal Progressives By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
The ‘Information Mob’ (MSM) Argues That Liberal ‘Mobs’ Attacking Conservatives Are Just Angry Protesters And Cannot Be Called Mobs
We are going to do this article a little differently than usual by presenting a video first, which we shared with readers in a recent ANP article, but I am going to ask readers to watch it again, and for new readers to watch it closely for the first time, before we move on to show how the media has decided to ignore literal dictionary definitions to demand that conservatives stop describing protesting liberal mobs as “mobs.”
Scene: Supreme Court building on Saturday, the day Justice Kavanaugh was sworn in. The doors are locked, and the as MSNBC describes it, protesters “swarm” the Supreme Court.
Merriam Webster Definition – Mob: a large and disorderly crowd of people
especially : one bent on riotous or destructive action
Google Definition with Synonyms shown below:
Question for readers: In the video above, was that a “large and disorderly crowd of people?”
Other recent examples include “protesters” gathering in large numbers and surrounding the homes of Trump administration officials; crowds gathering to heckle and chase conservatives out of restaurants, large numbers of liberals harassing Senators in the halls of the Senate, screaming at them, threatening them with physical violence and death, and much, much more that we and others have been documenting over the last two years.
Does this qualify as mob actions and mob mentality?
I say absolutely, yes it does. It is literally the dictionary definition of the word mob, including many of the synonyms.
MEDIA & LIBERALS WHINE OVER THE USE OF THE WORD “MOB”
CNN and other liberal media outlets on the other hand, has declared war against the use of the term “mob” to describe these “mobs,” as evidenced by CNN’s anchor Brooke Baldwin demanding that conservative commentators not use the word “mob” to describe the crowd of people that chased Senator Ted Cruz and his wife from a restaurant’s open dining room.
Yesterday during a discussion of midterm voters’ motivation levels, CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin cut off commentator Matt Lewis when he said, “I believe it’s the overreaction of the left. When you see people like Ted Cruz getting chased out of restaurants by a mob, when you see — ”
“Oh, you’re not going to use the mob word here,” Baldwin interjected.
“Oh, it’s totally a mob,” Lewis responded. “It is without a doubt.”
“Matt. Matt. Matt,” Baldwin repeated. “Stop, stop. A mob is what we saw in Charlottesville, Virginia two Augusts ago. A mob is not what we saw chasing — I’m not saying what they did was right.”
“What about the people who were at the Supreme Court banging on the walls? What do you call that?” Lewis responded. “Civil protests?” At this, Baldwin rolled her eyes then put her face down in her hands.
“That’s pretty mobby,” interjected commentator Mary Katharine Ham. “And if it were Tea Partiers we’d call it a mob for sure, c’mon, let’s be serious.”
“Let me move past the m-word, because I do feel like that’s part of the weaponization of what’s happening now, on the right,” Baldwin said, then pivoted to another topic.
CNN wasn’t done, on another segment, CNN’s Don Lemon (No, I won’t torture readers with the video – See it at Daily Caller if you want) held what was supposed to be a panel discussion on what constitutes a “mob,” but he was too busy screaming at his conservative guest over the terminology.