Windows smashed. Citizens assaulted. Vehicles set ablaze. From Inauguration Day to last week's riot at UC Berkeley, these outbursts of violence at the hands of leftist "protester" thugs have been a weekly occurrence jeopardizing the safety of the general public, and it's high time President Trump sends a clear message that such destruction will not be tolerated -- by labeling the entire Democratic Party as a terrorist organization.

If the shoe fits...

Now, before you accuse me of being Bannionized or Breitbartwashed, let's define what constitutes a terror organization.

The FBI defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.”

That's not Steve Bannon's definition of terrorism, it's not Milo Yiannopoulis' definition of terrorism -- it's the actual definition of terrorism. And if that doesn't describe the motivations and actions of liberal protesters, from Portland to Berkeley to DC, since Trump's inauguration, then I'm not sure what does.

Terror tactics exposed

The violence we've seen since Inauguration Day is not a spontaneous reaction, but a deliberately planned terror campaign. For instance, the group behind the Inauguration Day violence, DisruptJ20, laid out its objectives weeks in advance.

DisruptJ20 employs “direct action” tactics, which the group itself defines as taking “collective action to make social change without giving power over to an authority or middle person.”

In other words, terrorism

DisruptJ20's efforts, along with other anti-Trump protests, were coordinated with help from Ungovernable2017 which, according to The Daily Caller, makes supporters take an oath declaring: "As we resist, we will create new governing institutions, new economic relationships, and new ways of being human."

The Berkeley riot?

That was promulgated by a group called Refuse Fascism, which lists one of its founders as DNC platform member Cornel West. Other group "initiators" listed by Refuse Fascism include several college professors and Carl Dix, who is a founding member of the super-radical Revolutionary Communist Party USA. Another group that took part in the Berkeley riot, Occupy Oakland, circulated pictures after the violence with members holding banners, proclaiming "This is war," while the group issued a tweet reading "We will dismantle the state."

In other words, terrorism.

Since Democrats have not banded together to condemn these actions, then surely that makes Democrats, as a whole, complicit. After all, when Trump failed to immediately disavow David Duke's endorsement, Democrats labeled Trump and his supporters as white supremacists. Remember?

And if it's true that "what's good for the goose is good for the gander," then that makes every card-carrying Democrat guilty by association, and a terrorist in my book.