This is a quiz as well as a presentation of an example of shameless gaslighting.
Who recently wrote the following in the Wall Street Journal? [emphasis added]
Presenting three different situations for your consideration. Above is a photo of the McCloskeys defending their home from “protesters” in St. Louis, MO, who were actually trespassers. There is no doubt that these people were trespassing on a private street and some even on the McCloskeys’ private property. Whether or not they broke the gate, they walked right by a “no trespassing” sign, opened the gate, and entered a private subdivision. The McCloskeys, seeing the militant, chanting trespassers, felt threatened and defended their property with weapons, one of which was not even functional. This case is well known. The McCloskeys, the victims, were indicted by a grand jury and await trial. No “protesters” were arrested for trespassing or for threatening the couple.
In the aftermath of the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Steve Hilton has called for people to embrace their “humanity” and end the “madness” exhibited by most Democrats, some members of the media, and all the radical leftists who now promise to “burn” the system down, or “blow” it up, or riot, because once again they intend to do everything in their power to deny President Trump the powers of the office to which he was elected in 2016, in this instance the power to nominate Ginsburg’s replacement.
In a letter to the editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a reader argued that U.S. Representative Ann Wagner’s votes align 95% of the time with President Donald Trump’s policies, despite that women have accused him of alleged “sexual assault.”
The headline placed above this letter by the notoriously progressive leftist newspaper editors sums up the letter thusly:
You can’t vote for Trump and be against sexual abuse
Never one to refrain from pouring gasoline on any racial fire, promoting racial division, or invoking and exploiting racial identity politics, former president Obama today cited an incident in Central Park, comparing it to the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, a death which has sparked violent rioting and caused at least one other death.