The liberal news website Fusion focused at millenials and multiculturals and developed by the Spanish-language Univision network in 2013, has linked those who think toying with the concept of assassinating Donald Trump is suitable political speech.
The website published a four-panel cartoon Thursday by Matt Bors titled, “The best case scenarios under Trump,” one of which exhibits a plot featuring Melania Trump as a Slovenian double agent being ID’d as her husband’s assassin.
The comic’s other panels hold out hope for anti-Trumpers in a amazing reversal from the Jill Stein recount, impeachment and complete nuclear annihilation.
“Scarlet Letters: The Ever-increasing Intolerance of the Cult of Liberalism Exposed” demonstrates how the progressive movement came to imitate a religion in its structure but not at all in its spirit, even while profiling those brave people who dared to take a stand in opposition to this inquisition.
“If President-elect Obama had been the subject of a cartoon like this by conservatives eight years ago, the howls against such a sick display of hate and incitement to violence would have reached high heaven,” said Ken Oliver-Méndez, director, Media Research Center-Latino.
“If Fusion’s management has any sense left, they should immediately order that the cartoon be taken down.”
The Fusion posting comes the same week leftist activist and filmmaker Michael Moore mentioned “something crazy” could take place prior to Inauguration Day that inhibits Trump from ever taking office.
Showing up Wednesday evening on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” Moore discussed what he called his “prediction”: “[Trump of course] is not president of the United States nonetheless. He’s not president, right? He’s not president ’til noon on Jan. 20 of 2017. That is – what are we, Wednesday the 9th? – so that’s more than six weeks away. … So is it possible, that within the next six weeks, something else might happen? Something crazy. Something that we’re not expecting.”
Moore didn’t expand upon on what that “something crazy” may be, but he is positively marketing initiatives by organizations organizing to interrupt Trump’s inauguration.
Only a month ago when Trump was raced off stage by the Secret Service at a Reno rally, Fusion handled the scare and early accounts of an attempted assassination as “fake news.”
Fusion is not the only publication treating assassination of the president-elect lightly … or a whole lot worse.
There has been reports of a feature writer for the Guardian newspaper of London tweeting, “It’s about time for an assassination.”
Other users even mentioned the Jan. 20 inauguration as a deadline for assassination.
“Trump chose the literal worst case scenario as VP so nobody would try to impeach or assassinate him,” one user, with reference to his conservative running mate Mike Pence, posted on Twitter.
Even America’s schools are actually generating threats against Trump.
There was an incident last month at Ordean-East Middle School in Duluth, Minnesota, in which a photograph of President-elect Donald Trump was positioned in a trophy case with the caption “You’re a dead man.”
The day subsequent last month’s election, a Fusion editorial announced the website “the voice of the resistance” and committed itself to a hard-left political intention for the Trump years ahead.
“This is our time to prove that we, too, are America – the America of tomorrow. We will not be left behind. We’re survivors, we’re protesters, we’re vocal, and we don’t give up” the editorial deducted.
A week later, nevertheless, Univision introduced a six percent layoff after the company slipped into the red, with a number of the job cuts focused at Fusion. The inconvenient business choice came not only a week after the editorial staff’s post-election manifesto, but also a week after the greater part of that same editorial staff voted to unionize – a choice opposed by Univision.
One unhappy Fusion staffer explained to Politico: “The newsroom was empty after the announcement. The remaining staff is uncertain of its future and the toxic morale is palpable. No one can believe that the most talented and hardest working staffers were cut and yet a company that prides itself on diversity and progressive values chose to keep those who’ve contributed the least and make the most.”
Univision chairman, Haim Saban, donated between $10 and $25 million to The Clinton Foundation, documented Newsbusters. His wife, Cheryl, serves on the foundation’s board. Emails of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, released by Wikileaks, revealed Saban consistently colluding between his network and the campaign.
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