The blood-letting and and hatred is continuing it's plague upon the US, this month. In West Goshen Pennsylvania, a well-liked member of the local County Republican Committee was gunned down in his front lawn by a neighborhood agitator whose own lawn has been filled with signs expressing hatred fro Donald trump and conservative values.
Pennsylvania had been a Democrat stronghold in electoral politics, until the trump campaign prevailed with popular issues important to state industry and the impact of US trade policy.
Antifa, a nationwide group of violent agitators who use fascist tactics to intimidate political opponents, is suspected of playing a role in the rhetoric. They recruit violent young gang members and rabid social justice warriors to use Nazi 'Brownshirt' tactics on the streets.
Antifa is one of the groups who unlawfully disrupted the Charlottesville rally of "Unite the Right", leading to the violence and tragedy, last weekend.
Here's a recounting if the Pennsylvania incident, as reported by world media sources.
The pair had been feuding for some time, neighbors said, adding that they were afraid of gunman, Clayton Carter's unpredictable nature. ABC reports that his yard was covered with hand-painted anti-Trump signs and was often filled with cars. George Jennings, meanwhile, was a member of the Chester County Republican Committee.
Carter went back outside and parked his car up on Jennings' lawn with his lights on full beam, according to a criminal complaint seen by Philly.com.
A heated argument then started and Carter shot Jennings in the head, knocking him to the ground, the complaint says.
Carter then shot Jennings in the head a second time while standing over his body, as his distraught wife watched from inside the house, it is alleged.
Carter admitted shooting Jennings but says he acted in self defense after Jennings advanced on him with a knife.
Police say they recovered two shell casings from the scene - one from Carter's yard, and one from beside Jennings' body.
They also recovered a knife, though it is not clear where the weapon was found.