Tiffany Cross Tells Libs To 'Grab A Weapon' Because 'This Is War'
Tiffany Cross makes her living being a sensationalist but just imagine for a moment that a conservative anchor told their viewers to 'grab a weapon' because 'this is war'. The left would explode and would launch a cancel campaign against them for inciting violence but when you work for Democrats you don't face scrutiny, I suppose.
During her show, Cross told viewers that. "It is a war," Adding "It is indeed a war. And I have to say, they have won some battles, Jasmine, but we have to keep our eye on the war. And everybody needs to pick up a weapon and get involved because this is for the safety and lasting of the country."
Collectively, let's all have a laugh at the idea that the anti-gun, anti-police left is planning a 'war' against conservatives... The irony there is just too much to ignore...
But on a very real note, no one should be above the line of public scrutiny. Cross, who apparently believes she's untouchable, blatantly incited violence on her show, and she's not alone. Plenty of liberals have called for violence over political differences while simultaneously screaming that the country is polarized.
It's repulsive and shouldn't go by unchecked.
TIFFANY CROSS: How do we as a country protect this democracy when these folks don't like the outcome of the next election, and Jasmine, you know, you're running for congress in Texas where this is a problem, where they have partisan poll watchers, an open-carry state. It's a very fragile situation that we're in right now.
What's your message to the people that you're running to represent? And what's your message to our viewers today?
JASMINE CROCKETT: Absolutely. First of all, it's great to be with all of you, it's great to see you, Tiffany. One of the things I think we're really not talking about, and I think you started to touch on it for a quick second, with the role that black women play in democracy.
So there's a bigger story that I think is brewing, and that is that black women have consistently fought for our democracy on every single level, whether it was in the streets, whether it was in the halls of capitols, whether they're state capitols or the US Capitol, or even as it relates to being able to prosecute.
And I think that black women will continue to fight for our democracy. And that's exactly what I plan to do. I don't plan to give up. I know that I wouldn't be here but for those that fought before me, so I'm going to continue this fight. We can't let up. If we say we've been defeated, then they have won. This is a war. This isn't a battle, and we absolutely will win this war.
CROSS: It is a war, it is indeed a war. And I have to say, they have won some battles, Jasmine, but we have to keep our eye on the war. And everybody needs to pick up a weapon and get involved because this is for the safety and lasting of the country.