Trump Derangement Syndrome is real. It has existed since President Trump was elected, and it went it to full effect when he was inaugurated. It became a condition that condoned violence when Rep. Maxine Waters suggested people get out of their cars, surround and push back against Trump White House members and, of course, Trump supporters.
Yes, Trump Derangement Syndrome condones violence. And, as Tony Katz has noted, we have seen violence:
- A Wyoming Republican headquarters was set on fire two days after it opened.
- A Twitter account made a threat to shoot and kill Trump supporters who were having a meet-up.
- PJ Media contributor DC McAllister was threatened with violence and rape, and went into hiding.
- MSNBC's Joe Scarborough says President Trump is worse than Osama Bin Laden
As Tony says, Trump Derangement Syndrome is very real. And the result of the syndrome is impossible to deny.