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    “The Next Timothy McVeigh” Was At Restoring Honor Rally

    “The Next Timothy McVeigh” Was At Restoring Honor Rally

    According to Dave Neiwert, Eliminationist theorist in chief, when he looked at the crowd at the Restoring Honor rally, he was sure the next Timothy McVeigh was out there:

    Well, Glenn Beck’s eyes certainly weren’t dry. He started weeping while telling the crowd that somewhere out there was “the next George Washington”.

    Dunno about you, but when I saw pan shots of the crowd — which was one of the whitest crowds in D.C. in recent memory — I mostly thought I saw “the next Timothy McVeigh.”

    I just saw people peacefully exercising their constitutional rights of assembly and free speech in the best tradition of our country:

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

    Timothy McVeigh stood for the exact opposite of the freedoms protected by the First Amendment and the message of the Restoring Honor rally. 

    But what do I know?  I’m not an Eliminationist theorist.

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    This leftist was mocking Glenn Beck's comment that "I see in this audience the next George Washington! He may only be 8 years old, but I see him here…."

    This guy is just pure evil, trying to twist good to look like evil – which just about sums up the leftists, actually. 😉

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