Woman is arrested for felony reckless endangerment after she tries to run a Congressman off the road, so of course the headline is… https://t.co/355YG1VViN
— PoliMath (@politicalmath) May 15, 2017
As we told you Saturday, a woman has been charged with reckless endangerment after attempting to run a GOP congressman off the road, just because of his vote for the American Health Care Act:
Woman police say tried to run GOP Congressman's car off the road over AHCA vote hailed as folk hero https://t.co/eA3BSEVqI5
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 13, 2017
Here’s how Buzzfeed framed it:
People Say The Republican Congressman Who Was Allegedly Run Off The Road Is Ignoring Themhttps://t.co/hEdxfLg2n1
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) May 15, 2017
@BuzzFeedNews Yes. That makes it alright to try and murder him. The fact that he isn't answering your call. ?
— ActionsNotJustWords (@LurkAndLike) May 15, 2017
This piece is bizarre. Basically blames the congressman for his own attack https://t.co/ZWW7JhYSSF
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) May 15, 2017
@BuzzFeedNews Glenn Close's character in Fatal Attraction said that too.
— Small Metal Owl (@SmallMetalOwl) May 15, 2017
— Chelsea's Resumé (@EF517_V2) May 15, 2017
— D.W.Robinson (@_DWRobinson) May 15, 2017
I can't believe this needs to be said, but… that is not justification for vehicular assault. https://t.co/UUK9d0Iml8
— Will Truman (@trumwill) May 15, 2017
"He didn't pick up my call!"
"Time to run him off the road and endanger his life along with any innocent people who are with him!" https://t.co/pbFDSTaHsZ
— I hate everyone* (@sweetdee1589) May 15, 2017
@BuzzFeedNews Hey Buzzfeed, you can't attempt to kill people who don't meet with you. Thought you guys understood this basic law of civilized society.
— Sashi G (@VanillaJordan) May 15, 2017
Seriously, this is nuts and MSM is either barely covering or sympathizing with violent Democrat. https://t.co/WHYnX3ZQ5o
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) May 15, 2017
Stay classy, Buzzfeed.