The National Rifle Association published a video in April calling the left out on their violence.   In May a demented supporter of Bernie Sanders attempted to assassinate several republican congressmen.   In late June, some leftards take notice and get mad.

Timeline, published on Apr 7, 2017

Dana Loesch says the left uses their media to assassinate real news, and their entertainers to repeat the false narrative over and over again. The only way to save our country and our freedom from their lies is to fight the violence with the clenched fist of truth. The National Rifle Association of America is Freedom’s


Timeline:  June 15, from AM New York:

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Congressman Steve Scalise, the No. 3 Republican in the House of Representatives, was in critical condition on Wednesday night after he and three others were shot as they practiced for a charity baseball game.

The gunman, who had posted angry messages against President Donald Trump and other Republicans on social media, opened fire on a group of Republican lawmakers and colleagues at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, outside Washington. He was wounded in a gunfight with Capitol Hill police at the scene and later died.

Timeline:   two months after the NRA video was posted, and over a month since the attempted assassination of Representative Scalise elements of the fringe left decide to get mad at the NRA and Loesch. One Yesha Callahan writes in Root:

So, basically, the NRA thinks “they,” or the “left,” are violent, even though they’ve repeatedly referred to those on the left as basically having the fortitude of snowflakes.

So these violent snowflakes, the ones who are still waiting for the NRA to speak about the police killing of Philando Castile, and countless similar deaths at the hands of police officers, are the ones the NRA needs protection from. And NRA members need to protect themselves by arming themselves with guns.

Loesch didn’t merely call the left violent she used Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter video.   So speaking of video, or the lack thereof, where is video of Tea Party violence, from Wikipedia:

Reports of abusive behavior

There have been allegations of racism and abusive behavior by Tea Party protesters.[133][134][135][136][137]

On March 16, 2010, at a Tea Party protest at the Ohio offices of Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy, a counter-protester with Parkinson’s disease was berated by one of the protestors and had dollar bills thrown at him with additional protesters also mocking the individual.[138] The man initially denied the incident, but later apologized for his “shameful” actions.[137]

On March 20, 2010, it was reported that protesters against proposed health care legislation used racial and anti-gay slurs. Gay Congressman Barney Frank was called “homo” and a “faggot several times.”[139][140][141] Several black lawmakers said demonstrators shouted the N-word at them.[142]

The Tea Party’s alleged crimes, include calling Barney Faq a homo and directing the n-word at some black congressmen. No record of how long Congressman John Lewis was in intensive care.