You seem obsessed with the term "DNC" — you never mention the RNC. DNC is not a synonym for the Democratic Party the way GOP is for the Republican Party.
DNC stands for Democratic National Commetie, and I've been using it lately because I'm tired of the false separation of the DNC and the politicians who run under their banner so when I talk about Democrat politicians, I mention DNC because that is who they are.
Does the GOP, Grand Old Party, stand for any other political group except the Republicans?
Keep repeating your conservative talking points.
What talking points? I'm stating facts, the left is filled with violent people who have been assaulting people for the last 3 years at political rallies and in other violent protests.
But if you want to sound as if you actually know something you'll reject simplistic generalizations.
The truth of left-wing violence over the last 3 years is not simplistic generalizations, it is a fact. The talking points are coming from the left to cover up the violence.
The truth is, there are a lot of potentially violent Americans, of all political stripes. Our culture is steeped in violence.
That is true, but a majority of the political violence in the last 3 years has been coming from the extreme left-wing of the DNC. Antifa isn't a right-wing group assaulting old people or hitting people with pipes.
But it's ridiculous to conflate angry constituents yelling at their representatives with "violence". Conservatives, who are always going on about "freedom", are confusing free speech with violence. Which isn't surprising, as they confuse free speech with money as well. They throw around words like "liberty" and "freedom" to mask their addiction the power and greed.
Sorry dude, but the left stated with the BS "words are violence" crap when they started trying to control who can and can't freely speak on college campuses. Now you have DNC politicans encourging their supports and activits to stalk people and harrass them "when they went out for a meal, to go shopping, at their homes and in every other moment of private time they have outside of their government jobs."
An editor for Think Progress said "confront Republicans where they eat, where they sleep, and where they work,”
Don't piss on my shoe and tell me it's raining.
When it comes to money is speech, I've always put it this way. As long as the govt can create laws and regulations to control a business, that business has every right to speak out against those laws/regulations and those who would create and enforce them, just as they should have every right to back a politician who would make doing business easier. If anti-business groups can donate to elections, why can't pro-business groups? Fair and equal treatment under the law, that is the name of the game.