Concerns Rise as Radical Leftists Express Threats Against Conservatives in Anticipation of 2024 Election

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Reports surface about radical leftists issuing threats against conservatives in the event of a potential Trump win in the 2024 election. Expressing hostile sentiments, one activist stated, “We need to go find out where they live, where they go to church, who they hang around with, and bird dog their asses.” Progressive rally-goers engaged in a protest, displaying intimidation and threats toward conservatives supporting Trump’s potential return to office. The focus seems to be on silencing opposition to the Left’s radical agenda, raising concerns about the tone and tactics employed in political discourse.

Radical Leftists gathered outside the Heritage Foundation to demand a stop to “Project 2025″— the conservative non-profit’s plan for how they want a future Republican president to run the country.

Earlier this week, progressive rally-goers staged a protest, intimidating and threatening conservatives who want former President Trump back in office. Their focus is to demolish conservatives who plan to destroy the Left’s radical agenda that has made the United States unrecognizable.

Activists held signs that read, “Heritage Foundation is toxic to the nation” and “Stop The Coup 2025.” They also hung signs and crime scene tape around the building.

One of the protestors was captured on video threatening to harass staffers at their homes and churches. At the same time, another said accused Project 2025 of “turning the United States into a Christian conservative autocracy, that’s authoritarianism.”

“We need to go find out where they live, where they go to church, who they hang around with, and bird dog they asses,” an activist yelled.

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