Anti-Trump forces are taking their opposition to a dangerous new level.
They are now starting to call for the President’s assassination.
And this threat on Donald Trump’s life is sending shockwaves through the White House.
Mainstream media outlets across the United States are running a false story about Trump’s comments regarding anti-Semitic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
They claim that his comments, responding to her horrendous remarks about 9-11 and in support of Islamic terrorists put her at risk of harm.
Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.
And these same leftist agitators and politicians are the very same ones who say nothing about the leftist radical who shot up a baseball practice of the Republican members of Congress, almost killing Congressman Steve Scalise.
They are also the very same people who ignore the physical assaults against anyone wearing a MAGA hat in public, or the devastating demonstrations around the country that are harming individuals, destroying property and costing the taxpayers millions of dollars.
Now at the same time, these so-called “journalists” and left-wing politicians call on Trump to apologize for his comments about terrorist loving Ilhan Omar, they are ignoring a very real, provable threat against the President himself.
CBS has come under heavy fire for a tweeted list of “target words” from the account of the CBS All Access show “The Good Fight.”
While CBS has weakly insisted that the incident was not an attempt to threaten the president’s life, but merely an inadvertent error.
And most mainstream media outlets have either ignored this episode or have sprung to the defense of CBS, claiming it is “ridiculous” to take this seriously.
This trouble for CBS started in the most recent episode of “The Good Fight.”
According to Fox News, this highly political series starring Christine Baranski, a spinoff of the CBS show “The Good Wife,” the character of Diane played by Baranski joins a female resistance group that wants to tarnish President Donald Trump’s approval ratings.
As part of the show’s plot, a list of target words was created by the show’s version of the National Security Agency to help identify potential terrorists.
The words are organized in columns that go from red to orange to yellow, with red being the most potentially dangerous. This is eerily similar to our current terrorist threat level warning system.
At the top of the “red” list were the words “assassinate,” “president” and “Trump.” At the top of the second list were the words “Mar-a-Lago” and “eliminate.”
To make matters worse, the social media people for the show sent out a tweet with the same list of words. With no explanation other than to try and get Twitter users to find an “Easter egg”, a reference to the name of a “Good Wife” character in the list.
This tweet (which has since been deleted) caused a firestorm on Twitter, with immediate calls for a Secret Service review of the matter.
CBS is standing by its claim that the tweet was just a mistake and no harm was meant by it. They also tried to actually blame Twitter users for the misunderstanding.
In a statement released by CBS, they said; “The post was perceived very differently than the intended result and has since been removed.”
However, they did quietly remove the tweet.
We will keep you updated on this story.