(FiveNation.com)- This is entirely not acceptable in any way.
iOTWreport reports that Democratic Senate Candidate Tim Ryan from Ohio said the country has to “KILL” the “extremist” Republican movement. Ryan made his comments on MSNBC.
Just for a moment, put yourself in the shoes of a Republican candidate and consider them saying something like this.
The left’s ideology is bringing tension to an all-time high in the United States. This is putting people in harm’s way.
While admitting that Democrats “aren’t right on everything,” Ryan said during a Tuesday interview at the friendly waters of MSNBC that he is willing to talk with people about how the country can move “out of this age of stupidity.”
Some of those answers will come from Republicans, as opposed to “the extremists with whom we are dealing on a daily basis,” he said.
He said that “we” have no choice but to put a stop to and oppose that trend.
But, he qualified, working with regular, mainstream Republicans, is going to be very crucial,” Ryan remarked.
What is the line that divides an “extremist” and a “mainstream Republican”?
J.D. Vance, the Republican candidate for Senate in Ohio and Paul Ryan’s opponent, was very critical of Biden’s speech, claiming that the president broke his campaign promise of uniting the country.
The comments made by the Ohio Democrat come less than two weeks after President Joe Biden gave an address on September 1, claiming that former President Donald Trump and “MAGA Republicans” are a threat to the United States. This imprimatur statement gives the rest of the lefties the temerity to call for violence.
In a survey conducted by Suffolk University in early September with 500 Ohio voters over two days, the results showed that if the election were held immediately instead of in November, 46.6% of respondents said they would either vote for Ryan or lean toward voting for him, while 45.6% said the same thing about voting for Vance.
Despite aligning himself with Biden’s extremist rhetoric, Ryan made an effort to distance himself from the President by arguing he should not run for reelection in 2024.