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( February 21st, 2021 @ 2:13 pm )
Great analogy Steve.

This "Never let a crisis go to waste" motif of the Leftist Non Patriots is getting really old, and I am waiting patiently for the other patriots to get as pissed off as I have long been about these sorry interlopers.
( February 20th, 2021 @ 8:52 pm )
The left is using the Capitol riot the same way the Nazis used the Reichstag fire to try to justify crushing the rights of everyone else. They understood crowd behavior and used a few instigators to get things rolling, knowing that many who were indeed Trump people would follow them in. One of those groups were the anarchist anti-Trump Boogaloo Bois. BLM activist John Sullivan was one of those instigating the crowd, shouting "burn it down", and entered the Capitol himself, for which he has been arrested.

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