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DNC Black Caucus Chair Reminds The World of Her Anarchic Roots

The vitriol of the radical left has been increasingly dramatic and divisive in recent months, thanks in no small part to the threat they’ve perceived from President Donald Trump.

And no, this isn’t just some “republican v. democrats” turf war either.  This is Donald Trump waltzing into Washington D.C. and threatening to upend the entire table in order to put the pieces back where they belong; in the hands of We The People.

This is unbelievably disconcerting for the Deep State fat cats and resistance rats who’ve become accustomed to the gravy train of their public servitude.  

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Nowadays, it is extremely common for democrats and their liberal ilk to talk openly about the possibility of overthrowing the government, repealing the Second Amendment, impeaching the President, assassinating the President, or conducting a violent revolution.  It is simply now a part of the democratic dialogue, and that is a rightfully disconcerting issue.

Just this week, a high ranking member of the Democratic Party even reminded the world about her time working within the Black Panther movement – one of the most violent and anarchic hate groups that our nation has ever witnessed.

The Democratic National Committee’s Black Caucus chairwoman Virgie Rollins said Saturday that she used to be a member of the Black Panther Party.

DNC vice chairman Keith Ellison was listening and appeared to notice the Republican tracker who was secretly taping the conversation. About a minute after Rollins first mentioned the Black Panthers, Ellison seems to look directly at the tracker and began whispering with someone next to him, but before the video cut off, it captured Rollins’ comments.

“I’m a former Black Panther,” Rollins said. “And when we talked about the movement, as a former Black Panther with Angela Davis and Kathleen Cleaver, it was important for us to make people understand that it was about the movement for us, educating us.”

Rollins also likened her work to that of the venerable Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. – a man who was no fan of the Black Panther movement.

And, when asked about what the next step is for the democrats, Rollins didn’t mince her words.

“We’ve got to turn back to the revolution because it’s important,” she said. “They depend on us.”

This is not the first time Rollins has brought up her connection to the Black Panthers. In 2016, the Michigan Chronicle quoted her describing how she was “all into” the Black Panthers marching with guns when she was younger.

“There are nine girls and seven boys in my family. So we all learned how to shoot,” she said. “And the Black Panthers were talking about walking down the street with a rifle? I’m getting all into this stuff! Cause you know it’s in the blood, and I’m the real McCoy.”

Rollins and others within the democratic party are moving terrifyingly close to the brink of violence these days, with treasonous implications wholly intact in their revolutionary double-talk.

And if we thought that the neo-Fascism of the anti-gun liberals was bad, just wait until this generation gets a load of the ultra-violent anarchy of the Black Panthers.

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