When it comes down to it, the Left rarely has any physical specimens that would be classified as “normal” in the eyes of the average individual.
From morbidly obese Feminists who likely spend their lonely nights crying into tubs of Haagen Dazs, to strung-out junkies, to weakling “men,” our enemies are in reality pathetic mockeries of what a proper human being is supposed to look like.
Gather a couple hundred of them together, and aside from the stench of unwashed bodies, you have the recipe for a visual nightmare that will likely haunt more than a few for years to come.
Hundreds of people are calling for Charlottesville City Council to revoke the permit of a controversial rally set for August. Monday night, a robust crowd took their passionate message directly to City Councilors.
More than 200 people packed Charlottesville City Hall with signs in hand.
“I can very easily see this just eroding and erupting throughout the streets of Charlottesville and putting our citizens in danger,” Don Gathers, who wants the permit revoked, said.
Speaker after speaker asked City Council to revoke the permit for a “Unite the Right” rally planned for Aug. 12 in Emancipation Park.
“If there is a reasonable assumption or appearance of public safety threats, that it is grounds for to revoke the permit. So we are asking on those grounds,” Emily Grocenski, who wants the permit revoked, said.
“A five-hour block with over 400 angry folks coming in spewing just hatred and vitriol can truly be a problem and I don’t know how you can control that,” Gathers said.
Don’t you worry, Donnie Boy, there are going to be a lot more than just 400 people gathered less than a month from now, and I assure you wholeheartedly that it won’t be any of us that lash out like rabid dogs.
In fact, I would take a quick look at some of the universities in the area, and note just who is exactly involved with the Antifa terrorist organizations that long have made looting, rioting, and chaos their holy trinity.
But to be honest, I don’t believe that any of these brats will dare to stand against us when the time comes – they’re cowards, they’re weak when confronted, and they will be outnumbered at least two to one.
The Unite The Right rally will be a time of happiness and networking for our side, and I highly encourage anyone and everyone who is still on the fence about going to make the commitment and attend.
You have nothing to fear from the other side – they are broken and discredited in the eyes of the people who matter most.