Berg’s Seventh Law Is Universal And All-Seeing

Can you imagine if a significant Republican were to acknowledge that violence was a good thing in pursuit of political ends?

No, not Donald Trump urging his supporters to “hit back”, at a time when people were, y’know, hitting them first.  .No, actually forming groups and going out and beating up people who dissent from the GOP.

Can you imagine the projectile pants-soiling that’d happen?

Especially if it weren’t some marginal figure – but a sitting Congressman?  To say nothing of a member of the party’s central leadership?

But as usual – as always – it’s the Democrats doing it.   Keith Ellison, to – let’s be honest, nobody’s surprise – has endorsed The Antifa Handbook

Ellison, the deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee, posted a photo on Twitter Wednesday of himself posing with the book “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook.” The book calls violence during counter-protests “a small though vital sliver of anti-fascist activity.”

Ellison’s post said the book should “strike fear into the heart” of President Donald Trump.

Big Left, via its subsidiary Big Media, loves to remind us that “Right Wing Violence” is the “real” danger, and is lurking around the corner, one of these days, honest.

But it seems all the actual violence, and endorsement of more violence, to say nothing of use of mob influence to control society, is coming from the left.

 

5 thoughts on “Berg’s Seventh Law Is Universal And All-Seeing

  1. Oh! This makes me feel anxious. I’ll have to go to my safe space, my local sporting goods store, and buy another indulgence, a box of 5.56 ammunition.

  2. It won’t cost Ellison any of his white support. Ellison couldn’t get elected dogcatcher if he didn’t have the support of the White Citizens League.

  3. One has to wonder if Ellison considered the demographics of carry permit holders prior to endorsing Antifa actions. Seems to me that his endorsement could end up working out really badly for his side.

    Could he be sued, then? Hmmmm…..

  4. I look forward with anticipation towards seeing KeithX on the field of battle.

  5. Hakim X……..err, Ellison has a long history of his love for violence in society. Plenty of that history has been written about by Scott Johnson and our friends at Powerline. Some discussion can be found in Scott’s blog post today that discusses Ellison, his associations, and philosophy over the years (with links to earlier postings). Very much worth a read.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/01/understanding-keith-ellison.php

    Ellison is as despicable as it gets, the DNC deserves him at helm going into the next election cycle.

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