For a candidate that practically made accepting the election results a party platform, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has been conspicuously silent on the riots, assaults and protests against President-elect Donald Trump.
The Obamas, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Bernie Sanders have been noticeably quiet, too.
And then there’s Sen. Harry Reid, who’s doing his best to inflame tensions.
Losing an election doesn’t absolve a person of the responsibility to guide their party: It’s the single most important thing they can do as emotions run high — especially in an election where those emotions have overflowed into physical violence. – READ MORE