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Democrats Aren't an Angry [M-Word] Because They're Violent for a Good Cause

Activists protest on the steps and at bronze doors of the Supreme Court.

There are a lot of words we're not supposed to say in 2018 America. There's the F-word and the C-word and the N-word. And now there's another one we're not supposed to say: the M-word.

Oh, you didn't know about the M-word? I'm not going to say it because it's offensive, but it rhymes with "knob." It's an epithet those dirty right-wingers use for anybody who dares to oppose their evil agenda, just because the good guys might happen to commit an act of violence now and then.

This is a very bad word, and you should never, ever say it. Last week, CNN's Brooke "Don't Say Boobs" Baldwin called out my old colleague Matt Lewis for his irresponsible use of the M-word:

Baldwin's not saying that those people are right to do what they're doing. She's just saying you should judge them by a different standard than the people whose political goals Baldwin opposes. It's really not a difficult concept.

Cue-Card Reader Conscience of America Stephen Colbert liked Baldwin's "No [M-word]" stance so much that he asked her about it on his show last night:

"I don't want to be the word police, and that was not my intention. But I also believe in calling out talking points."

"Talking points." Well, if the smartest woman on cable news doesn't think these people are an angry [M-word], and the funniest man in the history of television doesn't think these people are an angry [M-word], then how can these people be an angry [M-word]?

Here's some footage of this not-angry group of people, the folks Matt Lewis was talking about, on the day Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court:

Those are the actual doors to the Supreme Court, and that is definitely not an angry [M-word]. If it looks like these people are pounding and clawing at those iconic doors while furiously screaming and chanting nonsense, you've just been swallowing too many Republican talking points.

And those dumb Republicans keep pouncing and seizing on Democrats, just for exercising their free speech by using violence. Here are a few examples from this week alone.

Brooke Singman, Fox News:

A Democratic operative for American Bridge 21st Century, a group founded by David Brock and funded by liberal billionaire George Soros, was arrested Tuesday after the female campaign manager for Nevada GOP gubernatorial nominee Adam Laxalt accused the operative of grabbing and yanking her arm and refusing to let go...

According to the Laxalt campaign and local law enforcement, Wilfred Michael Stark III, 50, was arrested by the Las Vegas City Marshals on Tuesday evening and remains in custody in the Las Vegas city jail.