In Texas Leftists Violently Protest Against Nothing

Circa reports on an interesting event that took place over the weekend in Austin, Texas:

Hundreds marched against a scheduled (but then canceled) “Dixie Freedom Rally” in Austin, Texas, on Saturday. Public pressure against the event was immense, and after receiving threats of violence, the Texas Confederate Militia decided to postpone the event to a later date. That didn’t stop the counter march the Austin chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America had planned.

Socialists/Communists/Antifa planned to protest some Confederate sympathizers and when that didn’t work out they decided to protest against… the police? The city? The people?

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What is most shocking about this situation is, as Circa explains, the people of Austin made it clear that the Confederate demonstration was not welcome and so the Confederate sympathizers decided to slink away quietly.

However, the lack of a villain means nothing to leftists… and they turned out to protests anyway. But why? The people had already shut down the “undesirable” confederate demonstrators, so why would the leftists feel the need to protest?

Probably because they thought they’d get the chance to be ugly, violent, and disruptive and they still wanted to act out.

And so… they did act out.

Austin has already been working to remove many of the reminders of the Confederacy from their streets but that doesn’t mean that the protesters weren’t going to take it on themselves to destroy as much public property as possible.

Demonstrations like this should prove, one thing… these leftists don’t actually care about improving society. They only care about being selfish, childish, adolescent monsters.

Just watch the video above and see the utterly pointless vitriol, hatred, violence, and ugliness that they spew all over the police, and for no reason whatsoever.

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