Far-left Think Progress editor says Republicans should be confronted in their homes, gets schooled on Twitter

On Friday, Ian Millhiser, justice editor for the radical far-left Think Progress, said on Twitter that Republicans should be confronted in their homes and at their workplaces.

“Tell me again why we shouldn’t confront Republicans where they eat, where they sleep, and where they work until they stop being complicit in the destruction of our democracy,” he tweeted.


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Naturally, he got a great deal of blowback on Twitter.

Our response:

Others responded:

Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro minced no words, letting Millhiser know he would likely get shot:

Others responded:

Others mocked Millhiser:


One person made it clear what would happen if someone tried to confront him:

All of this makes us wonder if Twitter really does want armed conflict between liberals and conservatives.


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