The NY Times runs a guest op-ed with a perfectly sensible message - Let’s Agree Not to Kill One Another.
However, in classic "This is how you get more Trump" fashion, the author, a port-side Green, can only manage to criticize Trump and offer as a US example the case of Dr. Blasey Ford.
As an attempt to persuade the left not to shoot at righties, this might find some traction [Narrator: It won't find traction].
However, it fails as an attempt to change minds on the right by failing to notice that these social media death threats have moved to the real world on the left as well as the right. Could he have mentioned that Republican Congressman were exposed to actual gunfire by an aggrieved Bernie-bro, not just nasty comments on someone's blog? Could he have found any number of examples of righties getting death threats from the left, including Brett Kavanaugh's family?
Of course he could have. But when faced with a choice between criticizing his own tribe as well as the other, he backed down. Utterly predictable, yet disappointing.