There is a New Civil War brewing in the United States, being fueled by the radical political left and their cadre of cretinous cronies.
Beginning in earnest when Donald Trump absolutely annihilated Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election, this faux-revolution has gained momentum through the overarching theme of “resistance” being unpatriotically wafted about the nation by the mainstream media and Hollywood. Through use of vile propaganda such as Snoop Dogg’s Trump-murdering rap video and CNN associate Kathy Griffin’s gruesome beheading stunt, Americans who find themselves aligning with the democrats are also finding themselves more and more prone to violence as the days go on.
Exemplifying this ridiculous rhetoric is a group ironically named “Antifa”, who have been hard at work not only tormenting American conservatives, but fighting to limit free speech throughout our nation.
Now, these black bloc thugs are taking their message to the masses through the New York Times and a full-page advertisement asking the nation to rise up and revolt.
“The New York Times published a full-page ad calling for a “revolution” to overthrow President Trump on Nov. 4.
“The ad, which appears near the front of the newspaper’s national edition, demands nationwide protests that won’t stop until the Trump administration is ‘driven from power.’
“’Join with the thousands who will gather in cities and towns across the country,’ reads the ad. ‘A movement of protests that continue every day and night, growing until we become millions… determined now to stop until this regime is driven from power.’
“The ad was written by Refuse Fascism, a communist group funded by George Soros which took responsibility for shutting down a conservative event hosting journalist Milo Yiannopoulos at UC Berkeley in Feb.”
What exactly Antifa believes will occur on November 4th is still quite vague, and purposefully so. The group would like plausible deniability in the event of culpable violence, but also they will need insurance against the likelihood that their entire scheme amounts to a “nothing burger”.
By not allowing the world to understand what exactly they are striving for, any action whatsoever could be considered a success for Antifa. The vagary of the advertisement is nothing more than a hedged bet against their own slacktivists doing what they do best: Pontificate and whine from the safety of their Macbook battle stations.