5 Replies to “Resistance? Yeah right!”

  1. Anti-Trump resistance marches are a way for hashtag activists to feel like they are making a difference. Very few of those people have the fortitude (thankfully) for violence. The closest they have is ANTIFA, but they are basically restricted to liberal urban areas where most of the damage they cause effects the same people who involve themselves in resistance marches.

    So really what they’re left with is a vicious cycle that doesn’t have any effect on the people they really hate, many of whom are living in rural flyover country. And the thought of ANTIFA heading out into rural areas to foment violence is beyond laughable. The countryside is beautiful to us; to them it’s dark, empty, and terrifying. If Trump wins in 2020 there will be unrest and violence, and well, see above for the results of that. Burn your cities down if you wish, liberals.

    1. ” The countryside is beautiful to us; to them it’s dark, empty, and terrifying.”

      They hear banjos and think “Deliverance” — the rest of us think “square dance”.

  2. I made the comment once that the average neonazi would not only have NOT been accepted into the Party on any level (too soft, too loud, character issues); but if they had bumped into one of the named divisions, they would have ended up as tread grease.
    Well, ditto for “The Resistance ” Hell, even just living the prewar life of a French or Polish peasant would kill most of these weaselhumpers off. Actually living under the yoke? Pfah.

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