Democrat Tim Kaine calls for “fighting in the streets?”

 In opinion, Politics

Former Democrat Vice Pres candidate Senator Tim Kaine appeared to call for violence by stating that it is exciting to see the public outcry against Trump, and called for “fighting in the streets” (among other places) in an interview on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Tuesday.

The interviewers were discussing the future of the Democratic Party.

Here is the relevant part of the conversation:

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: So, broad question about the future of the Democratic Party, especially given your firsthand experience with what we’ve all been through. There’s so much going on here that we clearly see, you know, places where you — we can criticize what the administration is doing, but how does the party rebuild? How do you prevent overreach in a situation like this? How do you prevent a continuation of the bubble in a situation like this, and how does the party reclaim its reach across the country while fighting these battles?

SEN. KAINE: Well, let me talk about continuation of the bubble, Mika. This is something I’m so excited about. I saw that Howard Dean tweeted at me the other day, “Tim, the base is getting ahead of the leaders.” That’s exactly backward. We are so excited that the American public is energized to speak out against the abuses of this administration.

Democrats senators led healthcare rallies — Save Our Healthcare — on Martin Luther King Day in about 75 cities around the country, including Richmond. Tens of thousands of people rallied to save our health care. Then, the Women’s March that was organized at a grassroots label. Then, people coming out in protest of these orders. So, the way we get outside the bubble is we take advantage of this tremendous public outcry against the administration.

What we’ve got to do is fight in Congress, fight in the courts, fight in the streets, fight online, fight at the ballot box, and now there’s the momentum to be able to do this. And we’re not afraid of the popular outcry, we’re energized by it and that’s going to help us do our job and do it better.

So Senator Kaine is “energized” by the hate that is being propagated by the protests and riots to the point that he is encouraging violence in the streets? His words encourage the hate of the left. Remember that Kaine is part of what is known as the “jihad caucus.”

Instead of being “energized” by the dangerous hate-filled rhetoric, violent protests, and anarchists out there, it would be nice if they disavowed it and shut it down. Looks like that will never happen.

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