Saturday, June 24, 2017

How does it feel?

Lefties do this kind of crap all the time to disrupt conservative events, speakers and the like, often getting violent. Berkeley, anyone? (Among many others, including others at Berkeley.) Nice to see conservatives serving lefties with their own recipes:
Right-wing activists Jack Posobiec and Laura Loomer disrupted a Friday night showing of the controversial Shakespeare in the Park rendition of “Julius Caesar” as an act of protest against the assassination scene where a President Donald Trump lookalike is stabbed by his senate cohorts.
A video was tweeted out by Posobiec at 9:13 PM showing Loomer rushing the stage and yelling that the scene was an “act of political violence against the right.” She proceeded to scream it was “unacceptable” before a woman over a megaphone announced that the play was paused. The crowd began booing as she was escorted off the premises by security.
When lefties do this shit, they are courageous anti-fascists. When conservatives do it, well, they're Nazis. Odd, though, that the courageous lefty anti-fascists try to shut down differing opinions through violence, which kind of sounds like a fascist-like tactic. And need I remind you, the Nazis were leftists? The National Socialist Party hardly sounds conservative, and that's what Nazi is an acronym for in German.

If lefties continue with violent attacks on differing opinions, how long do you think it will be before the right retaliates in kind? Wasn't it Emperor Barack I and his minions who told his supporters to "punch back twice as hard" and that "if they bring a knife, we bring a gun," among many other violence-encouraging statements? And, given the left's opposition to gun ownership and the right's embrace of the Second Amendment, how do you think that kind of clash would turn out? Maybe we should try to get along instead. Somehow, I doubt the Berkeley mob and their soulmates elsewhere will see things that way.

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