It’s always amusing to watch communist protesters engage with average American homeowners.
They learn really, really quickly that middle-class America is not the same as the soy-soaked liberal city officials that they’re used to battling.
When these spoiled Marxist 20-somethings leave the security of their urban sh*t hives and head out into the ‘burbs to spread their hogwash, to their surprise they aren’t given cart blanche to express themselves and throw massive tantrums.
Instead, this one particular group of commies in Seattle who stormed the suburbs ended up facing-down a group of armed homeowners who basically “perp-walked” the little communists right outta their neighborhood.
My favorite exchange between the two groups was this:
We are peaceful! You pointed a gun at my face!”
Homeowner: “That’s why you are peaceful.”
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You can watch the video below:
Protestors on their way to harass the Seattle police chief @carmenbest at her home, encountered locals who were not in the mood to host protests in their neighborhood.
Protestor: “We are peaceful! You pointed a gun at my face!”
Resident: “That’s why you are peaceful.” pic.twitter.com/QU0FzwReNG
— Mike (@Doranimated) August 4, 2020
It’s one thing to throw a hissy fit in downtown Seattle, it’s quite another to try and infiltrate American neighborhoods.
That’s just not going to happen.
Americans are well-armed and will defend their homes and their families from teenage communist sh*theads without even blinking an eye.
Americans are the most understanding and accommodating people – maybe too much so, especially nowadays – but you push these understanding people even a milliliter too far and you’ll quickly see how hard they’ll fight.
We need more of that. It’s time to push back on this communist insurrection.
This piece was written by Missy Crane on August 4, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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