Actually, no. No references to guns, for example, no references to suggest hurt to the man, stuff like that, Mike, that reasonably headline grabbing in right wing politics or that seems to be a distortion of facts. I don't know that's he's homophobic, but then he has set up Rachael Maddow as a fund-raiser-straw-woman by suggesting that she's going to run against him. Then of course he ducks out on actually fact-checking the allegation with her or folks connected with her. That would suggest a willingness to act poorly to me.
Incitement to violence, use of hate to stir up violence, use of lies to stir up hate or violence, why, no, I don't see that here. Doesn't mean that there aren't left wing folk who use that sort of language, though. It's simply that I haven't heard any of the sort of bomb-throwing SDS idiocy that I heard and disliked during the Vietnam War. When I got upset at that time, I went and talked with local VFW groups and learned some lessons about the humanity of the people who disagreed with me. Then we all ate Bar-b-que together with a reasonably cheerful result, and hoisted a couple of beers. I was barely old enough to do that legally at the time.
Those were smart guys. They knew they'd fought for a democracy, and they trusted the democracy they fought for as a way of solving their issues. It seemed to work pretty well, too. They had a bit more faith in it than I did, at the time, but they were willing to share. Everybody gained.
Nobody suggested that we should shoot each other, or threatened to throw bricks through each others' windows.