My apologies in advance to anyone who may be offended. If you are offended by profanity then I suggest you stop reading right now. I am going to attempt to write this article without using any cuss words, but whenever I think of the NFL’s clueless crybaby a—holes I….nope, not going to be able to do it. Hint to the NFL and their crybaby players: Without the United States of America there would be no f—king NFL you clueless Cretans.
The Kafkaesque image of Antifa cry-bullies beating up peaceful free speech advocates and calling them Nazis is a twisted ideological scenario that even George Orwell would have had trouble doing justice to. Liberals do not understand the rather simple truth that Fascism/Nazism were, are, and always will be LEFT-wing ideologies, because the “Not-sees” are incapable of seeing truth.
As long as the Left is determined to tear down historic symbols of racism, I say we help them out and point them toward some statues and portraits of real racist scumbags. The country has any number of former Democrat racist “worthies” that will fit the bill quite nicely. A hat tip here to the actor James Woods for suggesting that we tear down a statue of the late Democratic Senator Robert Byrd.
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Selecting a term
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