A few weeks ago, Mitchell called Trump a "clear a present danger" to America and the world.
That kind of over the top rhetoric implies that extreme measures can be taken to stop someone.
It doesn't suggest ANY such thing, and don't you dare forget that Trump categorically and repeatedly encouraged acts of violence upon people both during and after his campaigning. So you can can just stow that blatently disingenuous outrage, soldier.
Now drop and give me fifty!
Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts.