A combination of liberal and RINO member of the Senate issued a condemnation of “white nationalists, white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis and other hate groups.”
That’s a good thing. But what about BLM and antifa? First of all BLM and antifa have far greater numbers than the retarded white hate groups and their violence is more far widespread and destructive than any of their counter parts could ever imagine.
The joint resolution (Is it called that because the alleged Republicans had to smoke heavily before signing a resolution omitting BLM and antifa?) was signed by Democratic Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine of Virginia and Republican Sens. Cory Gardner of Colorado and Johnny Isakson of Georgia. They call for better record keeping of violence from white supremacist groups but not of the imminently more violent BLM and antifa.
According to the Daily Caller:
“The joint resolution recognizes the death of Heather Heyer, 32, and the injuries suffered by 19 other people after a car allegedly driven by a neo-Nazi slammed into a crowd of counter demonstrators in Charlottesville,” Warner’s office said in a statement. “The resolution specifically describes that event as a ‘domestic terrorist attack.’”
The resolution also recognizes the heroism and public service of Virginia State Police troopers Berke Bates and Lt. Jay Cullen, who were killed following the crash of their helicopter while they surveyed the demonstrations.
On Aug. 11, neo-Nazis and white supremacists clashed with anti-fascists over the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville. One of the protesters, Ohio resident James Alex Fields, drove his car into a crowd of anti-fascist protesters, killing Heyer and injuring others.
“Antifa” members have beat up Trump supporters and advocates of free speech at events in the days since Charlottesville.
At a recent anti-Marxist protest in Berkeley, California, antifa members attacked police and assaulted Trump supporters.
Both antifa and BLM attack police officers and alleged journalists and are known to burn cars and businesses. It’s amazing to me that the cowards in the Senate refused to name the two far far left groups for their violence. Especially since Nancy Pelosi gave a sharp and accurate depiction of antifa as a violent group that must be stopped.
“I completely disagree with your characterization because any of the people who come with an attitude – and I’m not talking about Trump supporters, I respect Trump supporters, I don’t like characterizations of them that are being made,” she said, “But I do not support those who attract white nationalists, white supremacists, those who do a ‘Heil Hitler,’ — that is what the danger of it is.”
“People have a right to express themselves and other people have a right to respond to it. There should never be any violence involved in that.”
“The violent actions of people calling themselves Antifa in Berkeley this weekend, deserve unequivocal condemnation, and the perpetrators should be arrested and prosecuted.”
Of course, Pelosi was being pragmatic. No one believes she really respects Trump’s voters. No one. But she knows attacking Trump voters, many of whom are moderate democrats is not the way to win elections and that taking sides with antifa is a surefire way of losing the 2018 mid term elections.
- Senate resolution condemns neo-Nazis, KKK, white supremacists, ignores Antifa
- Public School Teachers Leading Antifa Violence
- Homeland Security: Antifa activities classified as ‘domestic terrorist violence’
- CNN propagandist Kamau Bell incited violent Antifa at Berkeley prayer rally, CNN silent
- Berkeley police chief: Need to discuss ‘providing space’ for Antifa terrorists