BoiseBYU wrote:Appaling. But what do you expect from Beserkely? We are in a bad times and it seems like it comes from both sides. A white nationalist just slaughtered six worshiping Muslims in Quebec. Our President, when campaigning offered to pay the attorney fees to fans who commit violence and at other times expressed desires to strike people. I am NOT saying that these things justify the riot we saw the other night. They most certainly do not. But we all need to own up that we have too many people of all political stripes who advocate, condone, engage in violent acts for political or power grabbing purposes.
I do not in any way agree with the criminal in Quebec, however he is in Canada and not associated with the anti president riots. I do not agree with Mr. Trump offering attorney fees for violence and advocating it but I am not aware of any of this coming to fruition. I do agree with you that these acts of terrorism are appalling. While it is hard to impossible to quantify acts of violence or terrorism it appears that at this time and in the U S A, there is more than 10 times these acts coming from the left/liberals than any other source.
This next is not in reference to what you said BoiseByu. It is ironic that the democrats and liberals, for the most part, are anti second amendment and often refer to gun owners as leaning toward violence. At this time, they seem to be significantly more violent than lawful gun owners.