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    Democrats own Antifa, just like they owned Occupy

    Democrats own Antifa, just like they owned Occupy

    Even after 8 years of Obama, people still don’t like seeing our flag burned, cops attacked, and urine used as a weapon.

    The Antifa street thugs who have rampaged on college campuses and cities long before Charlottesville have been embraced by the anti-Trump Democratic Resistance.

    This should come as no surprise, because Democrats also embraced the Occupy Wall Street movement, from which the Antifa movement evolved, As discussed in my prior post, both are the outgrowth of the Black Bloc anarchists and Marxists, Gathering Storms And Threats to Liberty.

    Embracing anarchists and Marxists didn’t help Democrats, if anything it contributed to the electoral carnage at the congressional and state level.

    Democrats didn’t just embrace Occupy, they became Occupy. One of the most active and influential social media groups in the Resistance is named, you guessed it, Occupy Democrats. McCay Coppins featured Occupy Democrats in his article in The Atlantic, How the Left Lost Its Mind:

    If Twitter is where liberal conspiracy theories germinate and spread among news junkies, Facebook is where anti-Republican propaganda can go wide.

    Facebook pages like Occupy Democrats have millions of fans who ensure that every meme, video, and breathless blog post they publish has a good chance at virality. The content plastered across these pages includes standard-issue clickbait (“Trump Just Did Something Awful At His Golf Course”) and hyperbolic headlines (“Queen Elizabeth Just Told Trump To Go F*ck Himself And It Is Perfect”). But these feeds are also studded with straightforwardly fake news.

    An analysis by BuzzFeed during the frenzied final weeks of the 2016 election found that nearly 20 percent of the stories posted by three extremely popular liberal Facebook pages—Occupy Democrats, The Other 98%, and Addicting Info—were either partly or mostly false.

    The Black Bloc tactics of the Occupy and Antifa movements are now present at almost every anti-Trump protest, including Boston today where protesters against a pro-free speech gathering threw urine and rocks:

    And ripped an American flag from a free speech protester:

    The clashes with police in Boston looked just every other Black Bloc, Occupy and Antifa attack:

    This is your 2017 Resistance and Democratic Party. Democrats openly cheered Antifa violence in Charlottesville, and compared Antifa to our soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, as we explored in Reversal of Reality. This tweet was from Hillary Clinton’s former spokesman:

    This will not sell any better than Occupy sold.

    The media and political elites are so out of touch that they think Trump criticizing both Neo-Nazi/White Supremacist AND Antifa violence was the greatest sin ever, the public supports tearing down Confederate statues, and are as OUTRAGED at Trump as they are.

    A funny thing happened on the way to this groupthink, as Josh Kraushaar writes at National Journal:

    The reaction after President Trump’s tepid response to the neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville was swift and severe. One broadcast network devoted its entire nightly newscast to Trump’s chaotic press conference on Tuesday. The next day, The Economist portrayed the president screaming into a bullhorn shaped as a Ku Klux Klan hood on its cover—with other news magazines following suit. Many Republican officials have denounced the president in the sharpest terms since his election. Business leaders resigned from the president’s corporate councils in protest.

    But in a repeat of myriad Trump campaign controversies, voters didn’t share the same level of outrage as the elites. The latest wave of polling shows that the president’s overall job-approval rating has inched upwards since the controversy, that a sizable majority of Americans support maintaining Confederate memorials instead of tearing them down, and that a notable minority agree with the president’s use of “both sides” language during Tuesday’s press conference.

    The polling is simply the latest illustration of the gaping divide between elite opinion and the views of average Americans. It’s clear many voters don’t share the same sense of alarm about Trump as political leaders and journalists.

    At this point the media should stop acting surprised. They have not learned the lesson of the 2016 election.

    And neither have Democrats. The Resistance has done a good job at slowing Trump down, much better than I expected. But that Resistance and the embrace of Antifa could prove toxic at the polls, because even after 8 years of Obama, people still don’t like seeing our flag burned, cops attacked, and urine used as a weapon.

    UPDATE: These videos via Twitter demonstrate the Black Bloc / Occupy / Antifa tactics used in Boston:

    [Featured Image via WaPo YouTube]


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    dmi60ex | August 20, 2017 at 7:47 am

    Remember when reading this August 12 was George Soros birthday
    Jason Kessler who lead the rally was a former OWS /Soros operative.
    He just ” converted ” to a White Nationalist in November 2016

    One poster found a drone video above the car crash site in Charlottesville owned by crowds on demand.
    It is a rent a mob company out of Los Angelos

    Another video
    In this video listen to the audio ,the car goes behind building ,then Crash noise screaming then it is showing the car Slowly driving down the road till it enters crowd.
    The audio is nit matching.

    Something that just struck me , He drove that car at a high rate of speed backwards and never left his lane .
    How many of us could do that ?
    How many 20 years olds could?
    How many paid stunt drivers could .?

    Another poster ( I cant find it )had a picture of mom holding picture of daughter that looked completely unlike the picture being circulated
    He also found another Heather Heyer in the State Department hmmm.coincidence

    The Charlottesville public defender s office refused to represent Smith because of solidarity with the deceased woman

    Is that legal, is that ethical ?
    Is that a ploy to possibly get said driver off on a technicality( Im not a lawyer )

      randian in reply to dmi60ex. | August 20, 2017 at 2:10 pm

      The big problem with the “car as terror attack” meme is that the driver doesn’t go after the easy targets on the sidewalks to either side of him. He could have killed dozens had he done that, as Islamic automobile attacks do.

      CZ75Compact in reply to dmi60ex. | August 21, 2017 at 6:21 am

      “The Charlottesville public defender s office refused to represent Smith because of solidarity with the deceased woman

      “Is that legal, is that ethical ?”

      I read that the judge chose a lawyer outside the city’s public defender’s office because all lawyers in it had a conflict of interest due to a personal relationship — one of their coworkers had a relative injured in the crash.

    dmi60ex | August 20, 2017 at 7:49 am

    I usually dont try to go to tin foil hat territory but online posters are tearing apart videos ,there are a lot of strange things .

    Connivin Caniff | August 20, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    Also consider that Trump declared that the car driver was a murderer, without having a complete factual basis for that accusation. It now turns out that there is a video (which you will never see on major media) that shows that the panicked driver was subjected to an initial strike of a bat on the back of his car, which would panic anyone, especially in the middle of hostile territory, and his car was covered with bat-wielding thugs after the crash; he then understandingly backed out at high speed in panic. And no one in the media is entertaining the thought that the original leftist bat-wielding thug is the one who should be facing charges for precipitating the event. What would anybody do if his or her car was being struck by bats in the middle of a hostile mob? Shame on Trump and shame on all the media.

      randian in reply to Connivin Caniff. | August 21, 2017 at 3:22 am

      One thing I found remarkable was that the thugs who attacked the car after it collided with the other cars did not hesitate. There was no period of “what just happened” before acting as most people will suffer after such an incident.

      CZ75Compact in reply to Connivin Caniff. | August 21, 2017 at 6:28 am

      Is it not true that Fields did indeed murder Heyer? What must be answered by a jury is whether the murder was excusable or not.

      Based on the clear video of commies converging on Fields’s car immediately post-crash, I have no doubt that he will not be guilty of leaving the scene of an injury accident. The video of his car being bludgeoned right before the crash, coupled with reports of Fields being attacked on foot after the goons with badges pushed the permitted rallyiers into the Antifa mob, and that his car was attacked with bricks or rocks prior to coming into view on any of the videos, may result in a finding of not guilty of murder or manslaughter. I trust the legal analysis of the trial here at LI will be interesting.

    Ronin0985 | August 20, 2017 at 4:12 pm

    Whoever originally propagated the Normandy “meme” is laughably ignorant of history. Hitler, in his megalomania, provided those boys with a “permit” to “protest” on that beach via a formal declaration of war on the US.

      CleanTowelie in reply to Ronin0985. | August 21, 2017 at 12:47 am

      Laughably? Try disturbingly. I just saw a video of an Antifa recruiter declare Stalin wasn’t communist and that when the murdering commenced he was actually ‘right-wing’.

    What I am seeing is that the democrats are getting ready for the 2018 mid term election where they will have their “Soldiers of Soros” attack their political opponents. And in 2020 they will be used to suppress the supporters of President Trump. The big cities are run by democrats and they will have the Police stand off and allow their antifa allies break up the rally’s of President Trump. Antifa will have the tacit support of the democratic establishment.

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