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Does Maxine Waters represent her version of America’s Brown Shirts? The rash of organized deranged fascists screaming in the faces of Trump supporters, Republican officials and anyone with a MAGA hat, is emblematic of Ernst Rohm’s Brown Shirts of a bygone era in a country far, far away. Roehm directed violence against anyone who did not render the salute of the National Socialist Party, who tried a to enter a Jewish owned shop of refused to take a SD handout on the glories of National Socialism. To not learn from history is to repeat it.
What is the difference between Maxine Waters directing her followers to harass Trump conservatives in cafes, restaurants and public places, and Ernst Rohm’s directing his Brown Shirts to destroy Jewish property as was done on “Crystal-night?”
The fact that Maxine Waters, an elderly black woman is doing her best imitation of Ernst Rohm, a white Jew hater, is proof enough that for America’s Progressives any nut job can become a despotic leader of anarchists when he/she is determined to overturn, by threats, violence and intimidation, the will of the people.
This is not good and will not turn out well for them. Even Chuckie Schumer realizes the dangers of an uncivil, dissolving society divided by the policies of Barack Obama, into warring camps of have’s and have not’s, identity groups and base tribalism to enforce their demands.
Why is Maxine Waters screeds at democrat election rallies not considered “Hate Speech?” Why is it not a hate crime for a restaurant owner (Red Hen) to refuse service to customers on her “moral grounds” because they are Republicans not equal to a pastry baker refusing to bake a wedding cake for sodomites on his moral grounds and getting hammered for it?
Democrats, “Hypocrisy is thy name.” How does a failing political party that wants to remain valid in the voters eyes, rid itself of the nut cases that present a clear and present danger to their longevity? Ernst Roehm was never laughed at indeed, he organized battalions of well controlled street thugs into fascists and, to instill pride, uniformed them in the party’s colors, to show the public who they were, and that they intended to control the streets of German cities.
The legions of anarchists Maxine Waters is encouraging to take to the streets do not goose-step in nifty uniforms singing the Horst Wessel song, they wear “hoodies” and masks to hide their faces from police surveillance filming while they scream and holler trying to drown out the free speech of Conservatives, bash conservative speakers and their followers and destroy private property in their feigned rage and challenge the police sent out to confront them.
They are no longer afraid of the civil authority of municipalities, counties or states. We’ve entered into another era of common place violence, not because it hasn’t happened before, but because there are now so many more of them, and us, that can’t be ignored.
Berkeley, Calif., Portland, Ore., and Baltimore, Md. are three examples of cities under siege by the threats of intimidation by fascist “hoodies,” who magically appear on the streets to ‘protest’ the presence of any conservative speaker, event, parade or rally, that doesn’t comport to their demands for inclusivity, multiculturalism and diversity, all the society divisive tenants of Marxism. America is arming up. If you haven’t you should, and take lessons on how to defend yourselves. You, me, all of us, must be prepared for the coming storm, but in the end, we will win.
Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ‘em!
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