Kayleigh McEnany: Biden Supporters Preparing to Attack If Trump Wins

Kayleigh McEnany believes businesses boarding up in anticipation of post-election riots are a sign that Biden supporters are essentially threatening voters with violent attacks.

In a Monday morning interview with Fox & Friends, the White House press secretary noted that violence is expected in predominantly Democrat-controlled cities.

“Notice what those cities have in common: they are all Democrat cities,” McEnany told anchor Steve Doocy when asked about businesses being forced to hunker down.

She went on to suggest this was a form of an Election Day threat – support Biden or else.

“What are they saying with the boarding up and the civil unrest that they’re expecting?” wondered McEnany.


“They’re saying if you don’t choose the left’s chosen candidate, we will send the Left out to attack you,” she continued. “That’s as close to extortion as you can get.”

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Kayleigh McEnany – Biden’s Supporters Will attack if Trump Wins

The White House press secretary challenged Biden to tell the mob to “stand down.”

She also suggested that anticipated violence in Democrat-controlled cities after the election are an indicator that the resistance party should never again hold power.

“We deserve the great American tradition of democracy, of peaceful elections, of accepting the vote of the American people, but the boarded-up windows, the closed down stores tell you all you need to know about the modern American left,” McEnany said.

“The violence is unacceptable and they are not deserving of federal power.”

It is sickening that business owners are boarding up their storefronts because they know liberals will send out their thugs on election night to burn cities down.

Democrats are the party of hate, intolerance & violence— and that is why Americans will choose Trump on Nov 3rd.

— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) November 1, 2020


Boarding Up Businesses As Violence is Expected

Businesses fearing violence in Democrat strongholds should come as no surprise. America just witnessed violence in the form of looting, arsons, and shootings in these same cities during racially motivated riots.

They watched as liberal lawmakers sided with the rioters.

Are we going to see it yet again?

The Washingtonian reports that the scene of businesses boarding-up four days before a presidential election is “uniquely heartbreaking.”

Washington DC: Businesses all around the nation’s capitol are boarding up in preparation for predicted civil unrest upon determination of the 2020 election results. pic.twitter.com/kfwPK6Z8IZ

— Kalen From Scriberr (@FromKalen) October 30, 2020


Similar scenes can be found in New York City, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, as well as San Francisco.

Bay Area cities and restaurants are boarding up — bracing for potential election-night unrest. Police in Oakland and San Francisco plan to boost staffing on election night. https://t.co/36gwbKrMtg pic.twitter.com/cOLsylAX2u

— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) October 31, 2020


Heart-breaking, indeed.

More so for those stuck in lawless cities controlled by Democrat ‘lawmakers.’

Former Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill, the man who took out Osama Bin Laden, perhaps had the best explanation of the plight of those in such violence-plagued cities.

“If you’re boarding up your businesses for Election Day, you’ve been electing Democrats,” he tweeted.

If you’re boarding up your businesses for Election Day, you’ve been electing democrats.

— Robert J. O’Neill (@mchooyah) November 1, 2020


McEnany went on to predict President Trump would win re-election after Biden miscalculated the benefits of staying off the campaign trail.

The Biden campaign, she asserted, “made the biggest political miscalculation in modern American politics by not knocking on doors,” instead “hiding in the basement.”

If she’s right, expect more violence from left-leaning cities who have already proven unable to control their emotions for the past four years.

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