Stay classy, leftists! Philippe Reines, a former top aide to failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, tweeted out the contact information of the Black Swan bookstore in Richmond, VA.

The owner, Nick Cooke, had the audacity to call the police when a woman harassed President Donald Trump’s former advisor Steve Bannon and called him a “piece of trash.”

Cooke spoke to The Richmond Times-Dispatch about the incident:

“Steve Bannon was simply standing, looking at books, minding his own business. I asked her to leave, and she wouldn’t. And I said, ‘I’m going to call the police if you don’t,’ and I went to call the police and she left,” Cooke said. “And that’s the end of the story.”

The Richmond Police Department confirmed a call was made around 3:15 p.m. Saturday for a report of someone yelling at a political figure in the bookstore and that the call was canceled before any officers responded.

“We are a bookshop. Bookshops are all about ideas and tolerating different opinions and not about verbally assaulting somebody, which is what was happening,” Cooke said.

Considering the ruckus the left has caused out in public against those in the government and Trump’s administration, can you blame Cooke for doing this? I can’t!

I guess those on the left want to take every opportunity to destroy anyone who interferes with their agenda. Remember, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) encouraged people to harass and target officials in public.

Look at what has been happening to non-leftists these past couple of weeks. The first thing that went through my head is that Reines pulled a Maxine Waters, but did so with vague language.

I’m not the only who thought so.

Reines insists he didn’t want people to harass the bookstore owner or protest. No, he just wants dialogue.

Ok, bro. Whatever you say. Of course he brings up Hitler. I’d also like to inform Reines that Hitler never masked his intent. Everyone knew Hitler wanted a Jew-free world and Aryan domination. Not exactly a secret, dude.



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