As seen on Fox News:

Ken Cuccinelli, acting DHS deputy, forced to leave bar after being assailed by Martin O’Malley

Acting deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli was reportedly forced to leave an event on Thanksgiving eve after former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley blasted him for carrying out the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

O’Malley was doing what  Auntie Maxine of the Resistance told people to do to Trump officials:

The incident allegedly took place at the Dubliner, an Irish pub on Capitol Hill where Cuccinelli and O’Malley were said to be attending an event with fellow graduates of Gonzaga College High School, according to the Washington Post, which first reported the encounter.

“Martin O’Malley just drove Ken Cuccinelli out of the Dubliner in DC w/ a passion-laced and shame-invoking tirade on behalf of immigrant refugee children!!!” Siobhan Arnold, who’s identified as a Villanova University media relations associate and was reportedly at the bar, tweeted late Wednesday.

Speaking to the Post, Arnold said O’Malley used Cuccinelli’s grandparents in a bid to shame him, a remark which she said Cuccinelli barely responded to.

“O’Malley was shouting,” Arnold told the Post. “I don’t think Cuccinelli was responding. I think he’s like, ‘Time to go. Just got here and I’m leaving.’ He pretty much retreated.”

Here is that original Tweet:


Of course, people are cheering this on.  One particular reply stuck with me.

Never mind the actual facts of what is going on at the border; the recycled and trafficked children being used as “get out of jail free” cards for deported criminals wanting re-entry, the inundation of our immigration system draining its resources, the drug smuggling over the border.

Any Republican who supports border security should be subjected to constant and endless torment and have their lives disrupted.

People can only take so much of that before they break.

The people who think they can win by driving the other half of America out of the public space are living in a very thick bubble.

Push it too hard and the other side will burst their bubble, hard.

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By J. Kb

2 thoughts on “Getting closer to flipping the violence switch, Thanksgiving at a bar edition”
  1. Fact is, it seems they, in fact, have been succeding in driving the other half of America out of public spaces.

    Question is, how long will the polite half continue to put up with it?

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