The Republican Party headquarters in Manhattan was attacked last week by Antifa. The group smashed windows, vandalized the office and left a threatening warning. Just consider these excerpts:
“The U.S. government has established concentration camps around the country for Latino people, shamelessly murdering black people, and continues its war machine that has slaughtered Muslim people with impunity for decades. . . “Our attack is merely a beginning. We are not passive, we are not civil, and we will not apologize. . . The US fascist political system is one of the most savage institutions in history and we will combat it relentlessly until all are free of American barbarism.”
I wish these radicals would quit trying to “fundamentally transform” America. If they hate it so much, they should just leave! I suspect we would do quite well crowdfunding one-way tickets to Venezuela, North Korea, Cuba or whatever “workers paradise” these leftists chose to go to.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, violence erupted once again in Portland when Antifa thugs showed up to protest the Patriot Prayer march for law and order.
The Patriot Prayer group called for their march in response to left-wing groups taking over the streets of Portland recently. Progressive demonstrators literally stopped cars and redirected traffic, while yelling vulgar insults at drivers.
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It’s worth remembering that the Obama Administration declared Antifa to be a “domestic terrorist group.” The message left at the Manhattan office confirms it. The group is seeking the violent overthrow of the government. That is spelled out very clearly.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions needs to devote more resources to crushing this violent anti-American organization. People who engage in assaults and threaten the democratic process should be in jail.
LifeNews.com Note: Gary Bauer is the president of American Values, a national pro-family organization and is the former president of the Family Research Council. Bauer ran for the Republican nomination for president and appears frequently on radio and television programs.