Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) is getting worried. His race for reelection was supposed to be an easy one. All he had to do was point out the President’s comments and expect voters to agree with him that they’re all just hate-filled rhetoric.
Unfortunately for Nelson, voters aren’t buying it. They’re seeing through mainstream media’s lies and are quickly realizing the Governor Rick Scott has a better message, stronger credentials, and a pro-American agenda that makes absolute sense.
What does a leftist do when they feel cornered? They turn to hyperbole and warn Americans that if they lose the election, that people will die. That’s the latest message from Nelson who compared the tribalism in America to the tribalism that led to hundreds of thousands of deaths in Rwanda in 1994.
“That story of Rwanda is very instructive to us. Because when a place gets so tribal that the two tribes won’t have anything to do with each other… that jealousy turns into hate. And we saw what happened to the Hutus and the Tutsis in Rwanda. It turned into a genocide. A million people hacked to death within a few months. And we have got to watch what’s happening here.”
Get a grip, man. Yes, tribalism is bad, but we’re not pulling out machetes just yet. Take it down a few notches.