Conservative Pundit Attacked, Fights Back and Chases off 3 Liberal Cowards

Yes.

We need more of this.

As activist liberalsย has pushed further and further left, they’ve also become more and more violent. They’ve shifted from positions of non-violence, to arguments that violence against evil is okay, to violence against evil is necessary, to conservatives are evil – therefore violence against conservatives is necessary. The slide down this ugly slope has happened rather quickly over the last couple of years and has reached the point that we now see mobs of violent liberal fascists rioting across the Western World, and smaller groups of liberal thugs attacking conservative (or simply non-liberal) voices.

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The “punch a Nazi” trend has shifted to punch anyone who disagrees with you… and conservatives cannot allow this to continue. These hateful liberal thugs will continue to push the envelope until the rest of us stand up and say, “we won’t allow it any longer.”

Thankfully, we have leaders like Australian conservative Andrew Bolt.

Bolt was arriving at a cafe in Australia where he was due to give a short speech and to sign a few books, as he walked up to the store a fan asked to get a picture with him and he obliged. As Bolt prepared to take his picture with the fan, two masked men approached and threw paint in Bolt’s face while nearly bowling over both their victim and the fan. Thankfully, Bolt is no shrinking violet, and he refused to be a victim. After a moment of disorientation he fought back whalloping the closest thug with a few punches before leveling the other liberal fascist with a swift kick to the groin. Bolt landed a few more haymakers and the trio (a 3rd thug was taping the attack) of cowards ran off.

The local news did a story on the attack and Bolt told them that he was not going to allow himself to be victimized by liberal fascist cowards.

Bad luck for them, of course. I donโ€™t do running and hiding. But I felt them on my back, I thought, โ€œIโ€™m not going to be humiliated like this.โ€ And I wacked them.

[They are] left wing fascistsย determined to squash free speech. I just hope that more people fight back. The bullies are not allowed to win in my book.

One witness describe Bolt as “sensational,” the liberal thugs likely expected little resistance and instead the got more than they bargained for.

Three cheers for Andrew Bolt and let’s hope that more conservatives begin sending a similar message to the liberal fascists who are trying to silence us. We won’t be cowed into submission, we don’t fear you, and we will continue to speak out and defend our values.

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