Filmmaker Ami Horowitz decided to conduct an experiment. During the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland, he stood outside holding a sign with the words “I heart Hillary.” The next week, during the Democrat National Convention (DNC), he stood outside the venue in Philadelphia and held a sign with the words, “I heart Trump.”
Keep in mind that the Democrats have always tried to frame themselves as being “tolerant and open-minded.” Their convention was held in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. Throughout their convention, there was a theme of “love” that was constantly referenced and touted while framing Donald Trump and the Republicans as the party of hate.
The video by Horowitz, however, tells a different story. At the RNC, Horowitz was met with opposition that was done in a nice way. People cracked jokes while giving him a high-five. Someone said, “God loves you, anyway.” Another person jokingly told him that he was in the wrong city. That the DNC would be the following week.
The reaction of the Democrats, however, was not so kind. While holding the Trump sign at the DNC, someone spit on Horowitz. He was cursed at, threatened, and even surrounded by a mob of people who called him a racist.
Maybe someone should have reminded those Democrats that they claim to be the party of love and acceptance. Like always, though, the anti-bullying Left resort to hateful, bullying tactics when confronted with a message they do not like.