Media outlets like the Washington Post and CNN would like you to believe that violent, Leftist activists don't really exist. On CNN this week, host Brooke Baldwin was incredulous when a guest indicated that Leftist "mobs" were confronting politicians like Senator Ted Cruz and others in restaurants, in their offices and other places like the doors of the Supreme Court. Baldwin refused to admit these large groups of protestors angrily screaming at politicians and clawing at the doors of the Supreme Court, were a "mob" — rolling her eyes, covering her face, shaking her head no and telling her panel they have to "move on" from the term. The dictionary defines a "mob" as "a large crowd of people, especially one that is disorderly and intent on causing trouble or violence," which is exactly the type of behavior we are seeing time and again. 

Over at the Washington Post, an article said that Republicans have "cast the Trump resistance movement as an angry mob" — asserting that the "mob" doesn't actually exist. In reality, Antifa and other violent liberal protestors are offering up threatening behavior toward those they dislike — and the rage is being deliberately created and stoked by people like Hillary Clinton, Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Maxine Waters. This "mob rule" is entirely uncivil and has become a new startegy for some on the Left, as Tucker Carlson reveald with several pertinent examples on his show last night: 

The media bias during the Kavanaugh hearings was so incredible and as we gear up for mid-term elections next month, they aren't backing down an inch. Even in face of overwhelming evidence that "mobs" are replacing dialogue and discussion, major media outlets refused to report it as reality.