MSNBC Guest Sends Mob After Trump Donor: ‘Torches and Pitchforks’

A guest on far-left conspiracy theory network MSNBC incited the leftist mob to protest a Trump donor in the Hamptons, without pushback from the network. 

“People of color are already targets under this administration,” Elie Mystal said. “I have no problem with shining the light back on the donors who fund this kind of racialized hate. I mean, I go further. I want pitchforks and torches outside this man’s house in the Hamptons.”

Mystal is the executive editor of Above the Law. He was specifically directing the outrage mob to target Soulcycle and Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, who fundraises for Trump. The Hamptons are a ritzy Long Island neighborhood.

“I’ve been to the Hamptons, it’s very nice,” Mystal said. “There’s no reason it has to be. There’s no reason he should be able to have a nice little party. There’s no reason why people shouldn’t be able to be outside of his house and making their voices peacefully understood.”

Pitchforks and torches do not usually have the “peacefully understood” connotation, but the far left is so used to inciting violence against the political right that it appears to no longer understand the line between peaceful protest and violent riot.

This week, Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX), brother of presidential candidate Julian Castro, published the names and businesses of major Trump donors in his congressional district on his Twitter account.


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