Host of the 'Freedomain Radio' podcast Stefan Molyneux makes the point that in order for anti-Trump protesters to throw eggs at someone, they had to intentionally bring eggs with them to the protest. "Unless they had just come from making an omlette."
Molyneux also notes that under the FBI's official definition of "domestic terrorism" as "acts dangerous to human life that violate federal or state law" which appear "intended to "influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion," these rioters are technically Domestic Terrorists.
"If you have been channel-suring over the past day or so, have you found a lot of examples of these graphic examples of hideous leftist violence?" Molyneux asked. "Not really, because the media is on the left, so all they do is make up hate crimes on the right, they don't actually report existing hate crimes on the left."
"When you have an angry mob screaming: fuck you, and throwing things at you when you are cowering up against a glass window, you don't actually know where it is going to go... You don't know if it is going to escalate from there... That is violence against women... I would say that if you spit on people, one woman had her forehead cracked open, it seems to me that is battery, if not assault. Spitting on people is certainly battery."
"A protest is where you hold up some signs," he said. "The signs might have some thought-provoking arguments or ideas, maybe you chant a few things... Throwing eggs at someone, spitting on someone, cracking someone's head open with a bag full of rocks; that is not protesting. That is assault, that is attack, that is mob violence, and that is another word that starts with a "T"... A female CNN reporter justifying a female being attacked by an angry mob. Is thrre no whole deep enough that the left will sink to? I think we've gone deep enough."
"This woman was attacked because she taunted a feral mob. Nobody made any choices, she just got what she deserved. You taunt them, they're going to hit you... When I look at these thugs, these mobs, I find it hard to imagine that they are overburdened by getting up for work the next morning. You coudl argue that the best way to disperse this mob is to hand out job applications and library cards... It is hard to think that people with that level of aggression and that little impulse control, and that capacity for violence could be really good accountants and doctors and lawyers."
"For those who don't know, San Jose is a sanctuary city for illegal aliens, which means that immigration laws are not enforced."
"I have rejected and criticized the use of the word protesters, or thugs as a bit generic. There are lots of thugs who don't have political motivations. So what could we possibly call people who use violence and threats to intimidate or coerce for political purposes. What could we call people like that?"
Definitions of Terrorism in the U.S. Code
"Yes, the acts involve violent acts or acts dangerous to human life that violate federal or state law. yes, they appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population and to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion. In which case, ding ding ding. We have a winner! You have got the label: DOMESTIC TERRORISM."
"Let's imagine crossing into Mexico illegally to disrupt their elections by throwing eggs and bottles and hitting people. What would happen? You'd be rounded up and thrown in jail for years. Here's the key thing to remember: And this is why it has come to this. The leftist mainstream media, if they see violent actions that they like, they call it protests. They basically label it speech. However, speech that the mainstream media dislikes is labelled violence. Which is why when Trump supporters get attacked, hit on the heads with bags of rocks, they are called protesters. A 'protester' is someone who speaks in objection to something. So that violence is called speech. When Donald Trump says he wishes to enforce the law by deporting illegal immigrants, that is called violence and it is responsible for the aggressive speech of the protesters -- who legally could be described as domestic terrorists."