Bruce, Kilmeade: Vandalism of DeVos' Yacht Another Example of Anti-Trump Sentiment Going Too Far
'People have to snap out of it.'
Two years after the presidential election, liberals are still reeling, with some suffering from a new affliction known as Trump anxiety disorder.
Therapists in the U.S. have seen a rise in anxiety stemming from the election of President Trump, CBC reported.
A prevalent "symptom" of the "disorder" is feeling as though the world is going to end. Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce said those feelings among some Democrats have been fueled by inflammatory rhetoric from people like Rep. Maxine Waters, former CIA Director John Brennan and others.
"People telling individuals that this is treason, that it's Armageddon," said Bruce, agreeing with Brian Kilmeade that recent harassment of administration officials is part of a concerning trend.
Kilmeade said "violence is upon us," pointing out that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' yacht was deliberately untied from a dock and set adrift in Ohio. The $40 million yacht eventually floated into another dock, causing thousands of dollars in damage last weekend.
Bruce said a woman in Massachusetts allegedly drove her car into a vehicle with a Trump bumper sticker on it. Last summer, a Bernie Sanders-supporting gunman opened fire on Republicans at a baseball field, seriously wounding Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.).
"It's getting too serious. It's more than winning and losing in politics. People have to snap out of it," said Kilmeade.
Watch the discussion above.