To save America, lefties must begin ceaselessly harassing everyone they don’t like

To save America, lefties must begin ceaselessly harassing everyone they don’t like
Anti-Trump protesters try to crash police barrier in NYC, 19 Mar 2016. (Image: Screen grab of RT video via YouTube)

[Ed. – If you wrote this urgent call into a movie script, no one would think it was believable.]

Starting today and from here on, no elected official ― certainly those in the GOP defending and supporting Trump on a variety of issues, for example ― should be able to sit down for a nice, quiet lunch or dinner in a Washington, DC eatery or even in their own homes. They should be hounded by protestors everywhere, especially in public ― in restaurants, in shopping centers, in their districts, and yes, on the public property outside their homes and apartments, in Washington and back in their home states. …

These people also attend functions and fundraisers at night (which are easy to locate), and these events should be disrupted, inside and out, until these politicians answer to the recklessness in which they are engaged. Paul Ryan, the House Speaker, should not be able to attend any function, eat in public, or enjoy dinner at home without hearing people expressing how his actions are harming their lives and their families’ lives in terrible ways.

I’m calling for what ACT UP, the life-saving AIDS activist group with which I was involved, did in the ‘80s and ‘90s when our lives were at stake…

Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral by the virulent homophobe Cardinal O’Connor was stopped by die-ins in the aisles of the iconic church. A giant condom was even lowered over the home of the late horrifically anti-gay Republican senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina.

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