It always seems to be that liberals are not exactly the type of people that live by the words they tell everyone else to live by.
Just take a look at the way that most liberals have been telling people to stay in their homes and they have been going out en masse.
Hell, even their poster child Barack Obama is guilty of this. He acts like he is the second coming, but at the end of the day, he is just as guilty as the rest of them.
Now, if the past year or so has shown us anything, it is that they have no issue with committing an act of violence when they don’t get their way or if something bothers them.
Former President Barack Obama decided to share a bit of his past during a podcast, and it aligns perfectly with radical leftist orthodoxy: ‘if you say something I don’t like, I have the right to be violent.’
During his new podcast Renegades: Born in the USA with Bruce Springsteen, Obama recalled the day he “popped” a friend in the “face and broke his nose,” after his friend supposedly called him a racial slur.
“When I was in school I had a friend, we played basketball together,” Obama began.
“And one time we got in a fight. And he called me a coon. Now first of all, ain’t no coons in Hawaii, right?” he added.
According to the former president, the act of punching his friend in the face was “just reactive.”
This just shows that the recent acts of violence by the left in response to speech that they are “offended by” isn’t a new thing. The radical left has always believed that violence was the correct response, because they believe that mean words or opposing views themselves are acts of violence. Using actual violence to respond to “violent” words is just a logical response to them.