We are still all Americans, no matter what the liberal left tries to tell us in order to divvy us up into malleable, moldable little voters.
For democrats, it’s one of the only ways in which they can galvanize support for their doomed party. They infiltrate the youth, push progressive ideals and tribalism among the fringes, and then go after those newly created segments of voters in order to shore up the support they need to remain in power. The adverse side effects are obvious: A rapidly radicalizing liberal base that is looking to tear apart the Constitutional fabric of our nation.
Antifa has been the name ironically given to the most outspoken and violent of the left’s authoritarian foot soldiers, and the group has been responsible for a number of insidious acts against We The People, including the baseball bat assault of a Bernie Sanders supporter recently, simply because that supporter was carrying an American flag.
But don’t think that America hasn’t noticed. Oh, they have.
A new Rasmussen poll has found that just 18 per cent of Americans support Antifa, with approval for the violent far-left group having dropped over the last year.
“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 18% of Likely U.S. Voters share a favorable opinion of the antifa protesters, with six percent (6%) who view them Very Favorably. That compares to 24% and eight percent (8%) respectively last September.”
In other words, the more the American people see of Antifa’s behavior, the less they approve, meaning Antifa violence is actually working in President Trump’s favor as we head towards the mid-terms and the 2020 election.
“Fifty-four percent (54%) have an unfavorable opinion of these protesters, including 39% with a Very Unfavorable one. Twenty-eight percent (28%) are undecided,” the poll found.
This chaos unfortunately plays directly into the hands of the liberal left, who have used the anarchy created by Antifa’s actions as media bait to push their agenda. Antifa conflicts make for entertaining television, and the clashes have helped to sell massive advertising contracts on CNN, MSNBC, and the like.