Underground Conservatives: Democrats Encourage Violence Forcing Conservatives to Hide

The media, politicians, and Hollywood are encouraging violence because underground Conservatives are not as effective.

This story about underground Conservatives in the Bay Area explains the long campaign to encourage violence against Trump supporters. It shows us what their goal has been all along.

According to the local CBS affiliate:

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Some East Bay conservatives say they live a secret life. They can never tell anyone what they really feel like in fear of their safety.

Robert Ward is coming out conservative, but in a place he says is risky for those who share his beliefs.

“If you witness what happened in Berkeley, actually they are so violent on top of it. I mean being a conservative in the Bay Area is like being a heretic,” says Ward. “You lead a double life. You can never tell your friends and co-workers.”

Robert says several Bay Area conservatives have secret meet ups like the one KPIX 5 was invited to visit in the East Bay.

Organizers asked not to disclose their location or the faces of anyone who attended, but insist this is the way it has to be in a liberal state.

This is why it is a mistake to ignore or be satisfied with mocking liberal “protestors.” They may not seem to have any impact on the Trump White House or on Republican majorities in the House and the Senate, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have an impact.

Every time conservatives see on TV that the police stand down to allow rioters to rule the streets and attack conservatives, a message is sent. It is open season on you; you had better stay quiet.

It is simply a fact: a secret conservative group isn’t going to be able to communicate effectively to spread their message.

Remember, this call for violence goes all the way to the top. Thus, Breitbart:

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) said Democrats must “fight in Congress, fight in the courts, fight in the streets, fight online, fight at the ballot box,” against the administration of President Donald Trump.


The public is “energized” by some of them donning black masks and terrorizing the Republican base.

They aren’t working to intimidate Conservatives. They are terrorizing Liberals as well who aren’t subservient to their entire agenda. For example, the young lady who was famously pepper sprayed by a Berkeley rioter was a homosexual. Any departure from the cult’s doctrines must be punished.

It is sobering to realize that, in our present society, the only thing that makes it possible for Republicans to win elections in some areas is the anonymity of the voting booth. The moment Liberals find a way to gain information about how people vote, many will be too intimidated to show up. For now, the violence “merely” deters Conservatives in some areas from talking openly. But if that ever happened it would deter them from voting for any non-Progressive candidate.

Republicans in power need to take this threat seriously! The suppression of Conservatives affects national elections and, therefore, is an appropriate matter for the federal government to address.

Joe Scudder

Joe Scudder is the "nom de plume" (or "nom de guerre") of a fifty-ish-year-old writer and stroke survivor. He lives in St Louis with his wife and still-at-home children. He has been a freelance writer and occasional political activist since the early nineties. He describes his politics as Tolkienesque.

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