How is this example you cited here "insurrectionism"?So. Talking about how one doesn't like the direction the country's going and suggesting it may lead to violence makes one an 'insurrectionist' and a 'traitor' but ACTUALLY threatening a politician with a gun for being in a neighborhood that tends to vote the opposite party doesn't. If you're of the correct political persuasion of course.
This is the same organization that implied a political ad was advocating violence because a picture of a gun happened to be pointing at the President.This is also the same organization that has endorsed the rounding up of citizens based on religion or ethnicity if court approved.
So yeah, when Ladd Everitt calls someone a 'traitor' or 'insurrectionist', what he's really calling you is a 'right winger I don't like'. Anything done by the (appropriate) gov't or 'Left wing' is ok.
Update: Uh oh. Looks like I got Ladd all upset by quoting him. He brought out the big guns on twitter. Militia, racist, traitor, insurrectionist, the works: