Oh I condemn it, I think it's awful...as does basically the entire thread. You obviously - or conveniently, both fit - missed the part where I also condemned the CNN train thing and its timing at the very start of my post. Great, engaging reply though, failing to add anything of any worth or acknowledge any of my examples of reciprocated media extremism and imagery (incidentally not one of which you could say a bad word about, before resorting to the deflection, I noticed)
What isn't so prevalent is the same hysteria when the radical left indeed call for him to be killed, when regular depictions of his death are allowed to circulate among media, when 'anti-hate' groups like ANTIFA resort to violence and rioting against anyone and anything they perceive to challenge their actions or their views, when screaming into someone's face constitutes 'discussion', when JK Rowling recently used her platform to flat-out lie about Trump ignoring a disabled child to whip up anger, yet the kid's own mother had to intervene to clarify to her that situation simply didn't happen and was verified by camera footage...
It's a bit rich when one side that gets torn apart and scrutinised so vigorously, is so by an opposing side that is often, itself, just as awful and violent and deceptive, but which postures as the side against anger, against violence, against division and all for tolerance.