Director Judd Apatow on violent Berkeley riots: ‘This is just the beginning’

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On Wednesday, director Judd Apatow issued a tweet warning conservatives and those who support President Trump that the violent Berkeley riots are “just the beginning,” Breitbart.com reported.  The tweet was taken down but not before it was captured for posterity:

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“This is just the beginning,” he told his 1.9 million Twitter followers.  “When will all the fools who are still supporting Trump realize what is at stake?”

Sounds like a threat to me…

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Breitbart added:

Apatow, who directed The 40 Year Old Virgin, Trainwreck, Knocked Up, and Bridesmaids, made the threatening tweet after far-left “anti-fascist” rioters assaulted numerous attendees, started fires, smashed up shops and ATMs, and attacked people’s cars at Breitbart Senior Editor MILO’s UC Berkeley show on Wednesday.

Apatow deleted the tweet shortly after, following backlash.

No, Judd, it wasn’t vague.  And there was nothing peaceful about the riots, as we and others have reported.

https://twitter.com/andreavhowe/status/827045210513223680

One person asked:

https://twitter.com/nes4america/status/827042221643935744

But that’s what liberals call “tolerance,” because “love trumps hate” or something…

Liberalism, as I’ve repeatedly said since February 2011, is an ideology of rage and hate.  Sadly, liberals like Apatow prove that assertion correct on just about any given day.

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