If you pay attention to the news media, they like to make a big deal out of bad behaviors that serve their anti-conservative, anti-Christian, anti-American narrative. But bad behaviors that are committed by their political allies don’t get covered at all. In order to counter that bias, I wanted to show you a story about a radicalized Democrat from The Federalist.
The shady left-wing organization Ruth Sent Us, which published the addresses of Republican-nominated Supreme Court justices’ homes following a leak of the SCOTUS Dobbs v. Jackson draft opinion, is downplaying a threat against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his family.
The Washington Post reported on Wednesday morning that a California man “carrying at least one weapon” and “burglary tools” was arrested close to Kavanaugh’s residence in Maryland around 1:50 a.m. The man was allegedly angry about the court’s aim to get rid of Roe v. Wade and reportedly confessed to officers that “he wanted to kill the Supreme Court justice.”
[…]Ruth Sent Us was one of the many groups that encouraged protesting and other tactics to bully conservative justices into abandoning their position on Dobbs. They even organized “Walk-by Wednesday” where they led crowds into the justices’ neighborhoods and by their homes in two states.
And that sort of violence is acceptable to the secular left. When you remove God from your worldview, anything is possible. Morality is only rationally grounded in a theistic worldview, where there is an objective moral lawgiver. Secular leftists are always using threats, vandalism, and violence to coerce compliance from people who don’t agree with them enough.
The Federalist noted:
“I want to tell you, Gorsuch, I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.”
Those were the words of the Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, one of the most powerful elected officials in the nation, in March of 2020. After spending years cynically delegitimizing the high court, Schumer had moved to openly threatening life-time appointed judges, by name, because he feared they would knock down the concocted constitutional right to an abortion.
Previously, a far-left hate group called the Southern Poverty Law Center posted the location of the Family Research Council (a conservative Washington D.C. think tank) on their web site. A secular left gay activist used their web site to plan and attempt a mass shooting at their building. He was later convicted of domestic terrorism.
Fox News explains:
Nine years after a terrorist attempted mass murderer using the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate map” to target the Christian non-profit Family Research Council (FRC) in Washington, D.C., the SPLC continues to list FRC on its “hate map.”
“Nothing speaks to the SPLC’s inhumanity as much as its behavior after the shooting at FRC. Rather than remove the map used by a terrorist to attempt to kill dozens of people, the SPLC doubled down and even expanded its list to include other non-violent conservative, Christian and parent organizations who opposed the SPLC’s political agenda,” Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin, executive vice president at FRC, told Fox News.
Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021 marks the ninth anniversary of the attempted shooting, and FRC remains on the “hate map”.
[…]A former SPLC spokesman even said, “Our aim in life is to destroy these groups, completely destroy them.”
[…]On Aug. 15, 2012, a man named Floyd Lee Corkins came into FRC armed with a 9 mm pistol, two ammunition clips of 15 rounds, the rounds in his gun and a box of 50 additional rounds. He also carried 15 individually-wrapped Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches.
“He was not puffing things up when he told the investigators that he intended ‘to kill as many people as [he] could,’” Boykin, a former member of the Delta Force who was involved in the “Black Hawk Down” incident, told Fox News.
You won’t hear about secular left domestic terrorism in the mainstream media. And don’t expect federal law enforcement in the Biden administration to do anything about it. They reserve their law enforcing for concerned parents, who they think are the real threats.