Journalist Drew Holden reported disturbing statements by various media outlets, fellow journalists, and Democratic Party members threatening reprisals against Trump supporters and their questions about election fraud.

Through a Twitter feed, the journalist began by writing: “Since Biden has been declared the winner (for now) by the major media outlets, I thought it would be a good time to share some of the people who have threatened to retaliate against Trump supporters.”

Several of the postings included in Holden’s expose called for establishing a truth and reconciliation commission to convict President Trump of his request for a recount of votes in the face of allegations of fraud.

“The most humane and reasonable way to deal with all these people, if we survive this, is some kind of truth and reconciliation commission,” MSNBC anchor Chris Haynes wrote on Twitter.

Holden remarked: “We are not some post-genocide society. The suggestion that we need a Rwandan-styled Truth and Reconciliation Commission is preposterous. And free societies don’t develop political hit lists.”

“This champagne fascism from the Left needs to stop. Now would be a good time,” the journalist added.

A response from  Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin, suggested expelling Republicans who support President Donald Trump’s election fraud allegations from mainstream society.

“Any R now promoting rejection of an election or calling to not to follow the will of voters or making baseless allegations of fraud should never serve in office, join a corporate board, find a faculty position, or be accepted into ‘polite’ society. We have a list,” Rubin posted on her Twitter account.

As reported by The Blaze, during an MSNBC program, Rubin said that if any Republican was in office when President Donald Trump left the White House, the rest of the party should be wiped out, with no survivors.

“It’s not only that Trump has to lose, but that all his enablers have to lose. We have to collectively, in essence, burn down the Republican Party,” she said in an MSNBC AM Joy talk.

Holden questions the rhetoric of her colleagues in the mainstream media, noting, “At the end of the day, I can’t imagine that these people will send conservatives into the gulags in a divided government, as much as they would like to.

The journalist also recalls that the United States’ constitutional principles advocate freedom of thought, so he would not imagine such a scenario where any opinion that departs from the single view ends up being silenced.

Holden ends his chain of posts as follows: “And if you’ve read this far, you probably don’t need to hear it from me, but you don’t need to be excited or celebratory about an electoral victory for someone whose supporters want to punish you for thought-crimes.”