Gutierrez: Trump the ‘Inciter-in-Chief’ of Violence in America

Monday on CNN’s Newsroom, former Rep. Luis Gutierrez slammed President Trump as the “inciter-in-chief” of violence in the wake of last weekend’s mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.

“The Republican Party is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NRA. They do their bidding first and foremost and until that ends, nothing is going to happen,”  Gutierrez claimed, resorting to the Left’s incessant attacks on the National Rifle Association.

“This is the president who began his campaign by saying Mexicans are murders, rapists, drug dealers, we need to get rid of them,” he added, resorting to the Left’s favorite running lie about Trump’s immigration concerns.

“This is a president of the United States that calls people like me, who come to the United States of America, breeders, animals.” Trump called the vicious Mexican gang MS-13 animals; is Gutierrez aligning himself with MS-13?

Gutierrez went on to falsely accuse Trump of being “the propaganda chief of hatred” in the U.S. “The president of the United States must stop inciting violence in America. He is the inciter-in-chief of the violence that we are living in in America.”

If Gutierrez really wanted to stop incitement to violence in America, he could start by dropping his own demagoguery and lies, then focus his outrage on the leftist, Trump-hating, fake news media, which has spent Trump’s entire presidency demonizing him as a white supremacist while excusing the totalitarian violence of the Antifa brownshirts.