CNN host Brian Stelter responded to the firebombing of a Republican Party HQ in Orange County, N.C. – almost certainly carried out by anti-Trump Hillary supporters – by blaming it on Donald Trump.

GOP headquarters in North Carolina were attacked on Sunday in an incident described as “political terrorism”. The words “Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” were spray painted on a wall adjacent to the building.

Within hours, CNN’s Brain Stelter had identified the real cause of the firebombing – Donald Trump’s rhetoric.

“We have no idea who has done this. We don’t know if it’s a Republican, a Democrat, a movement. No idea. Could be some core of extremists, some sort of radical,” said Stelter, presumably unaware about reports that the words “Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” were literally spray painted on a building right next to the scene of the attack.

“But that kind of action is unacceptable,” he continued before pivoting to blame Trump. “And we need to have the temperature come down on all sides right now, unfortunately, Donald Trump is the lead in terms of raising the temperature at this moment in time.”

In essence, Stelter is arguing that because Trump said some “offensive” words, that justifies violent attacks against his supporters and absolves the real culprits of blame.

The media narrative that Trump is to blame for any and all acts of violence has been in place for the entire year – despite virtually every instance – from violent assaults on Trump supporters, to property being vandalized, to brazen death threats – being the fault of anti-Trump agitators.

In reality, the ‘heated rhetoric’ that Stelter refers to has been fanned by the media consistently characterizing Trump as the new Hitler while generating untold levels of hysteria amongst leftists that the world will end if he becomes president.


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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of and Prison

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