Actions speak louder than words. That’s one of those life lessons we hear so often that we sometimes tune it out. Yet again and again, we re-learn just how true it really is.
Take the Left. To their credit, they’ve finally gotten some new protest chants after forty years. (How many times can you keep yelling, “Hey hey, ho ho”?) These days, they shout “Love trumps hate” and “He will not divide us.” On the streets and on the internet, they insist that President Trump and his supporters are violent, dangerous fascists and “Nazis.”
Awww… look at the snowflakes rage!
These “protests” have turned into riots as liberals have no response except to get violent. Here’s another example from New York:
Yet one look at their actions and we see who the truly dangerous “haters” really are:
Roughly 200 demonstrators marched to Route 34 around 5 p.m. carrying a banner emblazoned with the words “No Ban No Wall New Haven,” they blocked traffic on the highway the ambulance was taking.
The protesters “obstructed an ambulance carrying a critically ill patient,” the state police report read, according to the New Haven Independent. “Due to this delay, ambulance personnel were required to perform an emergency medical procedure in the ambulance instead of at the hospital.”
One protester in particular who stood in the ambulance’s path refused to move when asked by police to do so.
So far, we’ve mostly heard about these “peace and love” protesters smashing property and even beating up so-called “Nazis,” like the gay man and two women assaulted during the Berkeley campus riots, or the man wearing a “MAGA” hat who was beaten by these “anti-fascists” in an airport.
These leftists say that the victims asked for it, that “punching a Nazi” is noble and laudable. Maybe they should consider punching this Nazi. But here we have a completely innocent and helpless person, already in distress, being further harmed just for being at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Unless the authorities are willing to finally crack down on these outrageous demonstrations, we will, unfortunately, read more stories just like this one.