As America burns, the left gaslights the country and makes their plans to permanently rule our nation.
If the riots are really Trump’s fault do you think Democrats and the media would’ve spent the last three months calling them peaceful protests?
— Mini AOC (@RealMiniAOC) August 31, 2020
— Jeremy (@LAjeremycharles) August 31, 2020
Protesters in California set fire to a courthouse, damaged a police station and assaulted officers after a peaceful demonstration intensified. https://t.co/fUZTABUM21
— ABC News (@ABC) July 26, 2020
But who could have imagined these statements wouldn’t age well? pic.twitter.com/VVgexSf1op
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) June 23, 2020
Ayfkm? This is the headline after a member of Patriot Prayer was killed in Portland, possibly by an Antifa supporter? https://t.co/zsV1mxZDYE
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) September 1, 2020
Happening now: #Antifa black bloc militants surround the @SeattlePD East Precinct (in the heart of former CHAZ) & throw incendiary devices at the building. They recently barricaded the door with quick drying cement & set building on fire. #SeattleRiots pic.twitter.com/OYVCnmYbk0
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 2, 2020
I was mocked for this essay I wrote in May about antifa’s declared insurrection. I was unequivocal then & now that under the guise of “antifascism,” antifa will try to kill those who oppose them. Overnight, they set fire to a residential Portland building. https://t.co/y6Ddu9njBv
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 2, 2020
It sounds like someone is shouting, “We got a Trumper right here” just before the shots are fired and the man is killed. pic.twitter.com/MMCnp5iwtj
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 30, 2020
Antifa ‘commander’ cried in ‘fetal position’ after being caught with flamethrower, smoke grenades on way to protest https://t.co/JsPu5mq47e
— Jessica (Fletcher) O’Donnell (@heckyessica) September 1, 2020
Democrats are fanning the flames of these riots.
We need to #StoptheMadness.
— GOP (@GOP) September 1, 2020
Not a single Democrat U.S. Senator has denounced the left-wing mob’s attack last night on their Republican colleague Rand Paul. Not a single one. https://t.co/uYC82TwMkL
— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) August 28, 2020
Now that his polls are changing, Joe Biden is going to pretend to oppose the liberal mob.
Nonsense. He knows that he owns this.
And this ad will be running in Wisconsin and Minnesota to make sure voters know too.pic.twitter.com/WNHCrJgaVp
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) August 31, 2020
Remember them the next time the media talk about “mostly peaceful protests.” https://t.co/ooI7AO6m2u
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) August 29, 2020
Trump in Wisconsin, Sept. 1
Earlier today, Kenosha locals gave President @realDonaldTrump a warm Wisconsin welcome to the Badger State.
🗣 “Thank you for saving our town!” pic.twitter.com/sqrpQRvg35
— Ken Farnaso (@KLF) September 2, 2020
— Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) September 1, 2020
Biden in Pennsylvania, Aug. 31
Trump meets with local leaders in Kenosha
Democrats didn’t want the country to see local leaders praise Trump for his response in Kenosha. pic.twitter.com/QyOYHGYMFm
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 1, 2020
Taking no questions, Biden’s handlers immediately fly him back to his basement lair
Jeffrey Epstein answers more questions than Joe Biden.
— Mini AOC (@RealMiniAOC) September 1, 2020
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) June 1, 2020
Harris on June 18, 2020
And to finish with two links to long articles everyone should read:
Mike Gonzalez, To Destroy America, City Journal, 1 Sept.:
. . . The goal of upending the American system is, moreover, also evident among the consultants now conducting “anti-racism training” within major corporations and foundations. These facilitators of anti-white struggle sessions disdain the capitalist system and seek its replacement—and the mainstream media cheers them on. In a July New York Times article on the BLM movement, Douglas McAdams, professor emeritus at Stanford, wrote: “It looks, for all the world, like these protests are achieving what very few do: setting in motion a period of significant, sustained, and widespread social, political change. We appear to be experiencing a social change tipping point—that is as rare in society as it is potentially consequential.”
But who initiated this demand for change? After the initial protests following Floyd’s death, public outrage was channeled—by trained activists working from a playbook—into manifestations that often grew riotous. The Black Lives Matters Global Network and Movement for Black Lives organizations have been the nerve center of the protests. They have been laying the groundwork for years, carefully cultivating a network of groups that could organize protests when the moment came and amplify the message through social media. . . .
and Angelo M. Codevilla, The Finger in the Dike Election, Claremont Review of Books, 31 Aug.: