Review: Rallies Against Far Left Violence

It was a fairly uneventful day.

We’ve seen much worse and for a while there I thought a small miracle had occurred and the police had done their jobs in all five metro areas across the country and the day had passed without Antifa showing up and engaging in political violence against Trump supporters:

“Three men were arrested, all for misdemeanor assault, said Sgt. Sean Whitcomb, a Seattle police spokesman.

At one point, a scuffle broke out on the corner of Cherry Street and Fourth Avenue. A man dressed in black, with a black bandanna, was taken away in handcuffs. A man in a red Donald Trump hat knelt on the street, bleeding from his forehead….”

These animals have never let us down:


(Violent extremist groups attack Trump supporter)

At the end of the day, Seattle Antifa came through and bloodied a Trump supporter with a projectile. In hurling that object, Antifa gave the organizers of these rallies the optics they wanted. Let’s give a shout out to Jason Wilson of The Guardian who snitched by tweeting this photo:

Antifa were threatening violence against Trump supporters in Boston:

Why are the Proud Boys banned from Twitter for being a violent group? Why is Alex Jones banned for telling his followers to “have their battle rifles” ready?

Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club handed out this flier claiming leftwing political violence is a myth while three Antifa were arrested for misdemeanor assault.

The Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club was showing off their battle rifles in Seattle this afternoon and posting about it on Twitter. It was Seattle Antifa that engaged in violence. Why are violent Antifa groups given a platform by Twitter, but not peaceful Trump supporters?

I spent all day watching these events and the main takeaway is that the streets have calmed down and police are doing a much better job maintaining separation between protesters and counter-protesters. We’ve recently seen events in Portland, Seattle, Berkeley, San Jose, Tucson, Austin, Boston and Washington, DC with remarkably little violence. A year ago, the Boston Free Speech Rally attracted tens of thousands of counter-protesters while this year it only attracted around a hundred.

We’re about to see a resurgence of rightwing street activism. It waned for a while after Charlottesville, but the backlash has clearly passed and we have returned to the status quo ante. I’m confident that things are about to heat back up again and we will be seeing more of these events.

Note: President Trump’s attack on social media censorship suggests the tide is turning on that front as well. He probably doesn’t need Congress or the FCC to regulate Silicon Valley. If he makes a big enough issue of it, Big Tech stands to lose billions in the stock market.

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4 Comments

  1. Nice photo grab from the snitch ass news bitch. Unfortunately, it won’t dominate any headlines, because it didn’t result in someone’s death.

  2. Always have cameras, goggles and yellow paint balls too.

    Don’t forget some antifas have expensive jackets and so on.

  3. Notice how “conservatives” never fail to associate “Antifa” with “fascists”, which associates with naziswhowanttokillsixmillionjews, aka an anti-White hate slur. “Antifa” can sport commie flags but somehow they’re all “fascists”. Hitler made them do it!

    I despise “conservatives”. They’re the turd in the olive jar. They’re forever sabotaging pro White efforts fighting White Genocide.

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