Two days ago, Fox News’ Neil Cavuto abruptly ended his interview with the unhinged Democrat presidential candidate Tim Ryan of Ohio, when he tried to tie the recent mass shootings in El Paso, TX and Dayton, OH to President Trump.

The Washington Examiner reports – Ryan, who was previously critical of Trump’s response to the shootings, sparred with Cavuto after he blamed Trump for creating an environment ripe for mass shootings.

“Neil, come on. Let’s be honest here,” Ryan quipped.  “You hear the president. You know what he says. He race-baits. This guy alienates people and tries to separate us based on color. When he uses words like ‘invasion’ and then this kid writes in his manifesto, invasion, when the president spends so much time ‘othering’ people and making them feel not included in the United States, or they’re somehow not a part of this country for some reason.”

Cavuto responded, asking Congressman Ryan, “You’re blaming his language on these shootings. That is going an extra mile, don’t you think?”

Cavuto mentioned the mass shooter at the congressional baseball game in D.C. who almost took the life of Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA). The Fox News host reminded the Democrat Congressman, that although the shooter, James Hodgkinson was a Bernie Sanders supporter, no one blamed Bernie Sanders for the shooting.

Ryan insisted on blaming President Trump, “Look, I’m saying Trump has created an environment in the United States that is absolutely toxic.”

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“What was the environment under Barack Obama when we had shootings? What was the environment under Bill Clinton when we had Columbine? What was the environment under both President Bushes when we had shootings? You pick and choose, I guess, your enemies. You don’t like Donald Trump, right?” Cavuto asked.


This week, Democrats and Democratic Presidential candidates ratcheted up their hatred against Trump and his supporters to levels we have not yet seen.

Video footage of angry, violent leftists protesting outside Mitch McConnells’ home emerged. The video included protesters yelling, “We know you’re home!” and a woman telling one of her fellow protesters, “Just stab the f**ker in the heart, please!”

After radical protesters threatened the life of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (KY) at his residence, Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tim Ryan (OH) is announcing that he too will take the fight to McConnell in his home state.

According to CNN, the Democrat Congressman is claiming that he’ll lead a group to Sen. Mitch McConnell’s home state of Kentucky, urging the Senate majority leader to “get off your ass” and advance gun control legislation.

Ryan’s comments came just before President Donald Trump’s arrival in Dayton, Ohio, where a masked gunman early Sunday morning killed nine and injured 27. The weekend also saw a shooting in El Paso, Texas, that left 22 dead and over two dozen wounded.
“Tomorrow, I am leading a caravan in my official capacity as a congressman, working with Moms Demand Action, to start in Youngstown and go to Akron, and Columbus, and Dayton, and Cincinnati and pick people up along the way, and we’re going to Louisville, Kentucky,” Ryan told CNN’s Jim Sciutto on “Newsroom” Wednesday morning.

What do you think? Have these Democratic presidential candidates who are desperate to separate themselves from their competitors digging themselves into a hole they can’t get out of? Are they setting themselves apart, or are they destroying what’s left of the Democrat Party, by lumping themselves together in one big group of unhinged Socialists who refuse to accept the outcome of the 2016 election? Share your thougths with us in the comment section below.

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