Today's Wheeling Intelligencer editorial tells us to "reject harassment as political tactic"
There's no mention of President Trump's rhetoric in the editorial, however
An editorial in this morning's Wheeling Intelligencer wants us to reject the use of harassment in politics. Not this kind:
But the Democratic Representative Maxine Waters' kind:
"If you see anybody from (Trump’s) Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere."
And, of course, the editorial doesn't leave out the usual suspects:
Protests on political grounds, even if they threaten to incite violence, are just fine with some liberals.
I'm not sure that Waters' pushing "back and telling them they're not welcome anymore" quite reaches the "threaten to incite violence" level. Of course, this is what the President claims and so it must be true:
Congresswoman Maxine Waters, an extraordinarily low IQ person, has become, together with Nancy Pelosi, the Face of the Democrat Party. She has just called for harm to supporters, of which there are many, of the Make America Great Again movement. Be careful what you wish for Max!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 25, 2018
Since the Wheeling "newspapers" have never criticized Trump's violence-inciting rhetoric, this editorial does not even reach the level of false equivalency -- it's simply another hypocritical attack upon those who criticize Trump and his followers.
By the way, the June 30 date in the cartoon is 2017. Thus, it doesn't include any Trump quotes from the last 12 months.
According to the fact-checking site, Snopes.com, Jesse Duquette created the cartoon for his Facebook page, The Daily Don.
It should also be noted that Snopes checked the veracity of the Trump quotes. They found and printed the original Trump statements and all eight of Duquette's quotes were found to be accurate.