Tim Ryan Believes Violence Is The Answer For MAGA Republicans

Democrats need to “kill and confront” the America-first Republican movement. That’s the strategy Sen. candidate Tim Ryan (D-OH) believes his party should employ against the evil supporters of former president Donald Trump.

Ryan made these comments during a Tuesday interview with MSNBC, where he was making the argument as to why he should be elected over his opponent, JD Vance (R-OH), in the upcoming senatorial election.

Ryan, the incumbent and in office since 2003, emphasized the importance of working with “normal mainstream Republicans.” One can only assume he’s referring to RINOs such as Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell.

He went on to explain his view that the “normal” Republicans only account for a portion of the party. The “extremists,” as he so delicately put it, are the ones that Ryan believes should be eliminated from society.

Republican officeholders and voters alike have been quick to voice their disgust over Ryan’s divisive comments.

JD Vance was also quick to point out how Ryan’s statements contradict his campaign’s messaging.

“This is a guy who says that he wants to appeal to Trump voters, he wants to appeal to the entire state of Ohio, and yet when he’s unscripted, he’s saying that we need to confront and kill the entire movement,” said Vance when speaking with Sean Hannity of Fox News.

After 24-hours of total radio silence, Ryan finally resurfaced. The tactic used to defend his regrettable words is one the conservative base has become all too familiar with.

Ryan offered no further comment as to how his ‘kill Republicans’ comment and the Capitol Police are in any way related.

Tim Ryan joins a growing list of Democrats who’ve recently used similar violence insinuating rhetoric.

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) called the pro-life movement an “outright attack on women.” She ended her speech on the senate floor by labeling the abortion issue as a whole a “call to arms.”

Democrats have become increasingly comfortable using violent dialogue like this.

Chuck Schumer got in front of a microphone in an effort to rally the left against Justice Kavanaugh amid the reversal of Roe V. Wade. Next thing you know, there’s an army of protestors outside his home, including a potential assassin.

The left has an extremely active, loyal base. The apparent calls for violence from Democrats aimed at Republicans needs to end. If not, that’s exactly what we’ll get.