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‘It is difficult to control such anger’

About 12% of Americans, about 30 million or more, say it would be appropriate if it is necessary to use violent force to keep President Donald Trump out of the White House.

The shocking revelation has come through a report by the Dangers to Democracy organization. Guardian.

The study was conducted by the University of Chicago Project on Security and Threats, conducted in the far-left city, and reported that while nearly 7% say violence is justified to prevent the impeachment of President Trump, more than 17% believe that it could be used to ensure that members of Congress do the right thing, 12% would allow it to “restore federal rights to abortion,” and more.

The report cited recent indictments by the Joe Biden-supervised Justice Department for possible First Amendment-protected statements by Trump and the possession of classified documents from his presidency.

Key to that contention is that Joe Biden had classified documents in his offices and homes when he was vice president, including a low-security garage, and no charges have been brought against him.

Professor Robert Pape of the University of Chicago, who led the research, told the Guardian, “The indictment is radicalizing support for Trump, but it is not the only source of radicalization.”

He said there is “rising anger and radicalism” on the “Left”.

Nearly 18 million people believe the use of force to restore Trump to the White House is justified, and more than two-thirds of them believe the 2020 election was stolen . About the same number believe the Biden administration’s attacks on Trump are aimed at hurting his campaign in 2024.

Constitutional expert and law professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley, Those who have testified several times before Congress and represented members of the body in court have previously argued that Trump’s latest Biden impeachment is contrary to the First Amendment.

“I asked in light of the free speech implications of the recent second federal Trump indictment, when the price is too high for those seeking to put the former president in jail. The startling answer is found in a new University of Chicago report that shows nearly 12 percent of the population, representing 30 million people, believes violence will be needed to prevent Trump from assuming the presidency. It is necessary. That’s almost double the number of people who believe violence is necessary to ensure Trump becomes president.

Biden took office claiming that he wanted to bring people together. But Turley cautions that the reverse is true.

“We have seen that anger has increased in the country. It is often celebrated by one or the other party. I discussed earlier how scenes such as the recent confrontation on the Tennessee House floor perfectly reflect our ‘Age of Rage’. Protesters fill the Capitol Building to protest the failure to pass gun-control legislation. Three Democratic state representatives — Justin Jones from Nashville, Justin Pearson from Memphis, and Gloria Johnson from Knoxville — were unwilling to bow to the majority. He disrupted the proceedings of the House by shouting and making noise at his colleagues.

“It is a scene familiar to many of us in academia, where programs are regularly canceled by people who yell at others. The three members shouted ‘no action, no peace’ and ‘give power to the people’ when their colleagues objected to stalling the legislative process. Undaunted, the three refused to allow ‘business as usual’ to continue.

This has happened in Washington as well, he said.

“Representative. Jamal Bowman (D.N.Y.) was shown on videotape shouting about gun control at the Capitol as his aides walked off the field after voting. Various Democratic members, including former House Majority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD), tried to calm Bowman. However, when Representative Thomas Massey (R-Q) told Bowman to stop yelling, Bowman shouted back: ‘I was yelling before you stopped’ – which has gone down as a symbol for our era. Could

The real danger, he said, lies in politicians trying to harness that anger.

“Such anger is difficult to control and often those who lead a mob find themselves victims of the mob later. This is why, during the French Revolution, the journalist Jacques Mallet warned Pan, ‘Like Saturn, the Revolution swallows up its children.’

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