The Left Attacks

There is no love on the Left – that is something which must be kept in mind. It is why they are so angry and so merciless. Anyone with love in their heart simply wouldn’t torch a building or beat a random person near to death. As to why they have hardened their hearts so much: I don’t honestly know. Probably a lot of factors; anger and resentment over this or that perceived or real slight in their lives. The fact that they are alive, free and healthy is proof positive that they haven’t had anything really bad happen to them…but whatever did happen to them has turned them against normal human feelings.

It would be an interesting study to see how many of these rioters were people who had been unjustly arrested and sent to jail. There are such. Far too many, actually: the police are often wrong and prosecutors often venal in their desire to puff up their conviction rate. But what you mostly see from those finally freed from an unjust sentence is gratitude and mercy. Perhaps there are a couple such people among the rioters, but I’ll bet it is few and far between. What we’re seeing is a temper tantrum from people who feel that they should be top of the heap but lack the skill and grit to work for it…seconded by a mass of utter fools who are in it to grab what they can while the grabbing is good.

Trump is right to designate Antifa a terrorist organization – because they are using terror to advance their political cause. They aren’t seeking votes or donations or petitioning government for redress of grievances. They are engaging in an obscene outbreak of violence in an attempt to intimidate us into letting them impose their will on the country. The public backers of Antifa claim there is no organization involved, but as such public backers are of the Left, we already know they are egregious liars. The fact is that this is being coordinated: there is a mind or a group of minds behind this. Money and communications are being used; orders are being issued; tactics refined and implemented (I’ve seen videos where upper class white youths are painting anarchist symbols on otherwise undamaged buildings…they are signalling to the crowd that the cops aren’t watching/acting and so, go for it; it is a very clever bit of street fighting tactic. The white kids then take off). The FBI should be looking to find those giving the orders and arrest them: and one of the charges must be civil rights violations. I want the perpetrators of this to be sitting in jail knowing they have been convicted of violating the rights of American citizens.

None of us can know how this comes out – the heirs of Lenin are face to face with the heirs of Washington. One side or the other will prevail.

41 thoughts on “The Left Attacks

  1. Retired Spook May 31, 2020 / 6:37 pm

    One side or the other will prevail.

    I’m betting on the side with the vast majority of the guns.

    • Cluster May 31, 2020 / 7:00 pm

      Just a massive show of physical force. Thousands of armed patriots standing with and assisting law enforcement in protecting property and infrastructure and identifying the malicious elements within the movement who are inciting the chaos. I would love to see that.

      • Retired Spook May 31, 2020 / 10:07 pm

        I think Oath Keepers are working on that. They had volunteer armed sentries on rooftops in Ferguson, MO, who protected a number of buildings from being burned. There’s a national call-out for volunteers to do the same now if the riots persist.

      • Amazona May 31, 2020 / 10:24 pm

        I think that is good idea, Spook. Of course I imagine that most of not all of the Oath Keepers have military backgrounds and some training in firearms.

      • Amazona May 31, 2020 / 10:22 pm

        I’d like to see that, too. As a matter of fact I burned through a lot of words saying that very thing, with actual examples of how I think we can and should deal with rioters, both professionals and the recreational rioter.

  2. Cluster May 31, 2020 / 10:35 pm

    The White House is under attack and St Johns Church is burning. I have always wondered when the tipping point would come. Is this it?

    • Retired Spook June 1, 2020 / 10:04 am

      It may be. The gloves seem to have come off, at least on the part of the radical Leftists behind most of the riots. And they’ve got the advantage (not by accident, I might add) in that virtually all of the riots are in Democrat controlled states and cities with the strictest restrictions on law abiding citizens owning guns and the police are hamstrung and often ordered to not only stand down but retreat.

      82 shootings and 19 dead in Chicago over the weekend.

      • Cluster June 1, 2020 / 11:51 am

        I don’t even know what to say anymore and if I did, it won’t be politically correct or even nice. What we are witnessing is the culmination of a failed educational system, career incompetent politicians who constantly blame others for their own failures, and the incestuous media who are in bed with those career politicians and who enflame outrage and point fingers at others every single day.

        We are being played and ask yourself … who benefits from the chaos? Globalists, Leftists, the media, and career politicians who will fundraise and campaign off of this discord.

        Just let me know when to join the revolution. I am ready

      • Retired Spook June 1, 2020 / 12:16 pm

        Just let me know when to join the revolution

        I don’t think anyone will have to tell you. You’ll know when it happens.

    • jdge1 June 1, 2020 / 12:41 pm

      Rather amusing watching a video of peaceful protestors tackling an antifa member who was hammering a section of sidewalk, then handing him over to the police who were standing right there.

  3. jdge1 June 1, 2020 / 12:48 pm

    Think the NRA can use this?

    “Give up your guns and democrats will totally protect you” …. While police in democrat controlled areas are ordered to stand down with riots happening right in front of them.

  4. Cluster June 1, 2020 / 4:15 pm

    So I caught just a little bit of Rush with Charlamagne tha God and have to say I am disappointed with Rush. Charlamagne is a straight up racist and that was heard every time he talked. He speaks of black people as a monolithic group, that every black man in this country faces the same struggles purely based on their skin color. That’s the definition of racism and Rush didn’t call him out on it. Plus, Charlamagne then lobbed the “white privilege” bomb to which Rush did smack that down a little but not nearly like he should have.

    If we don’t push back against these M’f***kers these lunatic preconceptions they have will become reality

    • Retired Spook June 1, 2020 / 4:36 pm

      Unfortunately, for a great many they’re already reality. As long as you have one political party/ideological persuasion acting as race pimps while promising blacks that they will fix all their problems in exchange for their votes and failing to do so for over a half century, you’re not likely to see things change any time soon. I’ll believe there’s light at the end of the tunnel (that’s daylight and not an oncoming train) if Trumps wins in November and gets over 10% of the black vote. Absent that it’s going to get worse, probably a whole lot worse, before it gets better.

      Rush prefaced the segment with the Breakfast Club folks with the statement that a lot of listeners would probably be upset with him. I wasn’t as upset as you, but I didn’t think it was one of Rush’s finer moments. Seeing as he’s probably not going to be around much longer, I’m willing to cut him a little slack.

      Charlamagne is a straight up racist

      I could not agree more.

      • Cluster June 1, 2020 / 4:43 pm

        I am not upset at Rush, I just wish he would have pushed back more on Charlamagne’s ridiculous assertions. And I am getting bold lately too hahaha … I have been posting on MSNBC facebook page quite a bit lately pushing back on their lunatic narrative and I just posted the following on the Breakfast Club site:

        Hey Charlamagne, i caught a little bit of your interview with Rush and you seem to allude that all black men think the same and have the same cultural experience simply based on the color of their skin. That’s kind of just straight up racism isn’t it? I thought you were opposed to that?

        I will let you know if I hear anything back. And God bless Rush. I consider Rush to be a brother and am profoundly sad about his condition and will be lost when he passes.

      • Cluster June 1, 2020 / 4:49 pm

        I also had a gal on the MSNBC page accuse me of “white privilege” to which my response was simple – “white privilege” is simply an empty meaningless phrase designed to shame people of one particular color and is just another form of racism.

      • Amazona June 1, 2020 / 7:26 pm

        Kind of like “white nationalist”. Sadly, even conservatives now use the bogus term. No matter how bad they are at everything else, the Left always seems to win the Semantic Wars, getting us to use their own language no matter how false it is.

      • Amazona June 1, 2020 / 7:27 pm

        I listened to part of this, till I just got fed up with hearing the sanctimonious preaching that if people think they need something they have the right to just take it—and the reason they don’t already have “it” is because of white privilege.

  5. Retired Spook June 2, 2020 / 7:30 am

    Refreshing to see the Left eat its own for a change.

    I loved this comment:

    “The Left destroys everything. You ‘progress’ yourselves into a form of fascism believing that any other idea other than yours is intolerable. Til one day your establishment gets demolished by the very ‘progressives’ you created. Welcome to the cycle of intolerance.”

    • Cluster June 2, 2020 / 8:15 am

      They are in the process of eating their own … on the MSNBC page there is an article about the racist Sheriff in Houston and one gal posted that she lives in Houston and that the Sheriff is a good guy and works hard in the community and for that she was berated and mocked simply because she stood up for one cop. Purity of conviction is demanded in progressive circles … the only problem is no one can be pure enough.

  6. Cluster June 2, 2020 / 8:32 am

    98% of all the looters, criminals, and thieves vote Democrat. And 98% of the media vote Democrat. Connect the dots.

  7. Retired Spook June 2, 2020 / 10:13 am

    My kind of sheriff.

    A Florida sheriff recommended homeowners shoot any looters who attempt to break into their homes during a press briefing Monday.

    “I would tell them, if you value your life, they probably shouldn’t do that in Polk County,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said, according to Fox 13 Tampa Bay. “Because the people of Polk County like guns, they have guns, I encourage them to own guns, and they’re going to be in their homes tonight with their guns loaded.”

    “And if you try to break into their homes to steal, to set fires, I’m highly recommending they blow you back out of the house with their guns. So, leave the community alone.”

    Judd is the same sheriff who, back in 2006 in response to the question by reporters about the shooting of a cop killer 68 times with a total of 110 shots fired, said this:

    “I suspect the only reason 110 rounds was all that was fired was that’s all the ammunition they had,” Judd said. “We were not going to take any chance of him shooting back.”

    • Cluster June 2, 2020 / 11:04 am

      Love this guy ….

  8. Amazona June 2, 2020 / 10:31 am

    Matt Gaetz had this removed by Twitter (which then put it back)

    Matt Gaetz

    Now that we clearly see Antifa as terrorists, can we hunt them down like we do those in the Middle East?

    A pearl-clutching gasp from virtue-signaling Davey Hogg struck me as the kind of wild leap that tryvasty is known for. He whined:

    Black Lives Matter
    Holy shit- did you really just advocate for the extrajudicial killing of your fellow Americans?

    Of course, Gaetz didn’t say a word about killing people, but to the hysterical, hyper-emotive Left “hunting down” could only mean one thing. Couldn’t it? Maybe “hunting down” will be a new trigger phrase, like “in the crosshairs”.

    The Left is a funny thing: On one hand we have the freaked-out panicked peeing-down-their-legs-in-terror melting-down Libs paralyzed with fear over the results of running words through their own filters, and on the other side we have the violent rioters burning down houses with children in them and then trying to block firefighters from fighting the fire, running into cops with cars, beating people senseless and sometimes to death and threatening to go after Americans in their own homes. And both of these extremes are accepted by the Left.

    • Cluster June 2, 2020 / 11:06 am

      Whether rioters live or die when confronted with a well armed patriotic militia …. is entirely up to them. The rioters next move will determine the outcome

      • Amazona June 2, 2020 / 1:32 pm

        I have no problem with lethal force being used in self defense. I have decided to buy the semi automatic tactical shotgun I have been looking at.

        What we need is DAs and police chiefs and so on to make announcements to rioters that if they choose to put themselves in the position of making citizens believe they are at risk, and taking action to defend themselves, the law will be on the side of the defenders. AND that there is a line between the responsibility of law enforcement to use restraint in dealing with civil unrest and what is demanded of them when and if they feel their lives are in danger, and that rioters who cross that line can expect to be dealt with differently than those who are just protesting.

        I am amazed and disgusted by the groveling apologies for using pepper spray and tear gas on mobs.

        It might be time—or past time—to set aside an area for protests. To say “if you want to protest peacefully, do it here. You can have your press coverage and wave your signs and make your speeches as long as you do it here. But if anyone here becomes violent, you will all be dispersed, so police your own group. Anyone outside this area who commits ANY act of violence or vandalism will be treated as a criminal, and taken into custody, even when this requires force to do so. It will probably be unpleasant. Your choice.” Draw an official line between protected free speech and unprotected criminal behavior, and put the responsibility for how people are treated right where it belongs—on those people.

  9. Retired Spook June 2, 2020 / 10:44 am

    The Left is highly skilled at the use (and misuse) of language. In one sentence Li’l Davy changed hunting to killing. Now, that said, if someone attempts to torch and/or loot my house (or my neighbor’s house), I would have no reservations about shooting them in the head.

    • Amazona June 2, 2020 / 12:15 pm

      I agree. When someone threatens me, he has voluntarily agreed that I can do whatever I find necessary to protect myself. And yes, that includes my property.

      It’s bad enough that the Left excels at semantic manipulation. What infuriates me is that they are so successful at semantic infiltration. Yesterday I heard an otherwise objective report on something that then referred to “the hack of the DNC”. THE DNC WAS NOT HACKED ! This is just one example of how the Right gets sucked into using the Left’s false vocabulary.

      This morning I saw an article on The Daily Signal titled It’s Time for an Honest Conversation About Race in America and i read it, even though I had a feeling I knew where it was going to go. After all, I have read probably dozens of “honest conversations about race in America” and they have all basically been “because we had slavery in the New World when the United States was formed Americans are tainted into eternity and we must never move beyond that”. But I gave it a shot.

      And, sure enough, this sincere-sounding woman presented as a rational voice on the subject of (cue ominous-sounding music) RACE IN AMERICA sounded pretty reasonable….until. Until she ran off the rails.

      [If] you were to talk to any black person, you know what they’re going to tell you? They weren’t shocked. Appalled, yes. Shocked, no. Where our white citizens, they’re both shocked and appalled.

      And I say that because before we lost George Floyd, we lost Breonna Taylor, the EMT worker in Kentucky, we lost Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, jogging. We lost before that. We could go through anyone from Philando Castile to Trayvon Martin to … we can keep running down the names and it’ll be a long list. Tamir Rice.

      Breonna Taylor was not shot because she was black. She was shot in a gunfight initiated by her boyfriend, who fired at police who had entered their apartment on a no-knock warrant, looking for someone else. It was a tragic event that occurred because of a simple mistake. A tragic mistake, but a mistake. The police did not break into the home because they were looking for a black person to kill. Her boyfriend was right in trying to defend himself because he didn’t know the intruders were police. The police were right in firing back because they thought they were being shot at by the criminal they had gone to arrest.

      Ahmaud Arbery was shot by civilians, one of whom knew him, having worked with him in the past. No one knows why this man and his son pursued Arbery with shotguns, but there is no proof race was involved, and police were certainly not involved. It was one of many homicides committed that day in this country, but has been chosen as a focal point of race-baiting.

      Philando Castile was shot, not because he was black—there was no indication that race played a role in his shooting—but because a policeman thought that he was reaching for a gun. The cop said Castile was reaching under his right thigh and held his hand as if he had a gun in it, and the cop panicked. In retrospect, several mistakes were made by both men. Castile told the cop he had a gun, but didn’t tell him where it was (in his pocket) and then continued to reach for his ID even when the cop told him to stop.

      We’ve covered the Trayvon Martin thing over and over. The facts are there for anyone who is interested in facts and not just a race-baiting narrative. The only witness to the event itself said he had been ambushed in the dark when a man rushed at him, hit him, knocked him down and sat on him and started banging his head on the sidewalk. This witness had bruises, abrasions and blood on his head. The witness said that when Martin realized he had a gun, Martin tried to take it from him, threatening to shoot him with it, and in the struggle the gun went off, shooting Martin. The evidence showed that the wound was consistent with a close contact shooting at the same angle one would expect from such a struggle. And the witness to the events leading up to this testified that she had been on the phone with Martin prior to this, that he said he was being followed by a man but he thought was a homosexual cruising in hopes of a hookup, and that after he dropped off his candy and soft drink in front of his father’s condo he told her he was going back out to find the homosexual and “open a can of whup-ass on him”.

      The black community “LOST” Trayvon Martin? Give me a break.

      Tamir Rice was a kid, playing with a very realistic replica gun, and when ordered by police to put his hands up he reached into his waistband for the gun. It was a stupid stupid thing to do, but then he was a kid. However, kids have shot cops, and this one had been reported by people for walking around waving the gun. A tragic sequence of events? Yes. A racially-motivated killing? Hardly.

      So this alleged long-needed talk about race in America turned out to be just another rehash of grievances based to a great extent on false reports and perceptions, along with the conviction that somehow, for some reason, what happened 200 years ago, or even 100 years ago, should be allowed to shape our nation today. Nonsense. The past can’t be changed. All we can do is learn from it. The lesson to be learned from a history which happened to also include slavery in some parts of the country is that slavery is bad and should not be allowed. And we stopped allowing it.

      After that, there was a period when black people were treated as inferior, BY SOME PEOPLE, because as slaves they had been seen as inferior. We learned that this is wrong, and even legislated to try to change this.

      People who refuse to move beyond this, who insist on continuing to define the relations among the different races in this country based on this kind of history are not only intellectually dishonest, they are the main reason we still have a “race problem”.

      Every single nation on the face of the Earth has some period in its history in which shameful things happened. Every single one. Every single nation on the face of the Earth has, at some period in its history, subjugated or enslaved or persecuted some segment of humanity. Every single one. Yet only American black people cling to the saddest and ugliest period in the history of their ancestors in this country and stubbornly refuse to let it go. They even exhibit disdain and contempt for black Americans who refuse to be defined by this obsession.

      And THAT is the core of the “race problem” in the United States. Holding a grudge is a death sentence to a relationship. Using it to justify things that are really indefensible is guaranteed to create even more problems.

      What I don’t understand is the attitude that can most clearly be identified as “I really resent the fact that my ancestors were forced to be victims, so I have decided to voluntarily spend my own life as a victim”.

  10. Cluster June 2, 2020 / 11:32 am

    I am surprised how many conservatives post on the MSNBC facebook page … conservatives of all stripes. MSNBC has a new post on what Joe Biden is saying about the riots and the comment below was just posted from a black conservative LOL:

    Hey Joe can I please have Hunters phone number I’m trying to score some cocaine for this stripper I’m trying to bang

  11. Retired Spook June 2, 2020 / 3:05 pm

    The last caller to Rush today made an interesting point. If it’s true, and I have no reason to doubt that it is, now that ANTIFA has been designated a domestic terrorist group, the Patriot Act allows for surveillance and intelligence gathering on them, even though they’re likely all U.S. citizens. Stay tuned.

  12. Cluster June 2, 2020 / 3:19 pm

    Let all Americans know that the current Democrat position is that it’s not ok to worship in a church, but it is ok to burn it down.

  13. Cluster June 2, 2020 / 10:06 pm

    Sadly the Democrat Party won’t take their knee off the throat of working class Americans.

  14. Cluster June 3, 2020 / 8:19 am

    Aren’t we all tired of listening to black people complain about shit?? It’s been over 50 years now and they’re still not happy. Why don’t we let the Asians have a go at it? Black people don’t matter anymore than others and I am sure the Asians have a few grievances.

    • Retired Spook June 3, 2020 / 12:23 pm

      I’ve been thinking a lot about the plight of black Americans lately, and I’m having trouble getting past how they got where they are. Republicans voted overwhelmingly for the 13th Amendment that abolished slavery while Democrats voted overwhelmingly against it. The Ku Klux Klan rose as a violent enforcement mechanism of the Democrat Party to persecute blacks. Fast Forward to 1964 when Congress passes civil rights legislation, supported by a higher percentage of Republicans than Democrats. What followed were Democrat policies that destroyed the black family as a societal unit, located Planned Parenthood abortion clinics near or in minority neighborhoods, resulting in (literally) genocide against the black race to the point where abortion has reduced blacks’ proportion of the U.s. population from around 18% to 13%. Blacks have rewarded the party that has done all this to them by giving them 90% of their support.

      Over the course of my life I’ve had black friends and neighbors. They were all salt-of-the-earth type people who would give you the shirt off their back, who wanted nothing more than to be able to work hard and achieve the American dream. My heart bleeds for them and those like them, but the vast majority of their race is directly responsible for the circumstances in which they find themselves.

      • Amazona June 3, 2020 / 1:06 pm

        Spook, my turning point was the interview with the affluent and obviously successful member of the Reverend Wright’s church, back in 2008 when people started talking about the racism of the church. She laughed and said something like “You white people are so surprised to hear that we think this way. We’ve always thought this way, we’ve just kept it hidden, and now that it is in the open you all are so surprised and act like it’s new. It’s not new. It’s always been there.” That is a paraphrase but the gist of what she had to say, and she went on to describe her church’s commitment to racial hatred and segregation and pretense to inter-racial harmony while openly sharing among themselves their deep seated hatred of white people.

        And my reaction was anger, and disappointment. I suddenly wondered if, all the time I spent with black friends they were seething underneath a veneer of friendliness and thinking horrible things about me because of my color. I thought “Then why in hell should I care about what happens to black people? Why should I continue to support racial equality and civil rights when they aren’t part of that same agenda?”

        What else can white people DO? Thinking of black people simply as people, as we all are, regardless of skin color, has not only not helped ease racial tensions it is now considered “racist”. Fighting for racial equality, marching with black people demanding fair and equal treatment, fighting a bloody war to end slavery, demanding legislation codifying equal treatment, denouncing racism when we see it in action—none of this matters. So why bother?

        You know how the Left claims that eeeevil corporations “only care about money” and represent Right-wing greed? Well, those same corporations seem to have decided that the average American is so NOT concerned about race that it is safe to pursue profit while at the same time promoting their products not just with ads featuring black people but with ads featuring interracial relationships and mixed-race families. If this is such a racist nation and whites hate blacks so much, while holding so much of the wealth of the nation, wouldn’t it be self-destructive to the bottom line of a company to risk alienating this market? I see our culture in general embracing interracial relationships, which is to me an indication that to most people this is just no big deal.

        Yet in a spectacular disconnect it appears that a very large segment of the black population hates and distrusts white people because of the color our skin, and not just holds but cherishes and nurtures seething rage, resentment and a desire for vengeance against white people.

        On the other hand, I lived in a community in which a large number of black Africans had settled, and their entire attitude was different. They were not angry, or hostile. They were people, we were people, and some of us just had more pigment in our skin that others. This is when, combined with the revelations from members of Obama’s church, I realized that this is not about race at all. It is not about skin color. It is about a culture so debased, so inferior, that it is vulnerable to callous manipulation to weaponize it for political purposes.

        There was a time, not too long ago, when black culture in the United States, while representing a lot of poverty and suffering from unequal treatment in society and under the law, still represented what is good in life—-dedication to family, love of God, and above all else a sense of personal dignity. This had probably been honed under the bootheel of slavery as it became the only way to resist losing a sense of humanity but it was an essential aspect of black culture even in difficult times. We have watched that erode—or rather, be chipped away—as we have seen black communities become corrupted by drugs, dependence, loss of family values, loss of faith and most of all by acceptance of victimhood then used to justify hatred, violence and a sense of entitlement that includes retribution.

        I don’t know if this CAN be turned around. If it can, it will probably take generations, as the age group of approximately 20-50 will have to die off or undergo some radical change, or just be outnumbered if younger people can be shifted out of this death spiral created by the Left.

  15. Retired Spook June 3, 2020 / 12:04 pm

    Glenn Beck had Lara Logan on for most of his final hour this morning. Fascinating research she’s done into ANTIFA. I don’t know if Beck provides a transcript of his show the way Rush does, but it would be worth checking out. What we’re witnessing is a culmination of 100 years of Leftism — the final push as it were. I’ve said on this site many times that I thought the current generation of Leftists didn’t have the patience that has been literally the sole virtue of Progressives over the last century. I think we’re seeing that lack of patience play out in real time.

    • Amazona June 3, 2020 / 1:20 pm

      That’s because the International Left has always been cold, calculating and focused on the long game. But now they are trying to continue their war of attrition in a nation in which its young people have been growing up feeling entitled to get anything they want any time they want it, without working for it, without earning it and which is pushing far faster and harder and more blatantly than the successful tactics of the leaders have been pursued in the past.

      The old adage of the frog in the pot that gradually has the heat turned up till the frog is cooked without realizing what has been happening is being replaced by the prospect of someone turning up the heat very high, and very abruptly, warning the frog in time for him to jump out of the pot.

      So now we have a few hundred million frogs realizing their pots are no longer very comfortable, but not knowing which way to jump, and we are going to have to wait to see how many of them will jump at all and how many will decided “Well, this isn’t really all that bad after all, and maybe this is as hot as it will get”.

      Which is when it is imperative to find a voice that can and will tell those froggies, in a way that doesn’t make them think it is as scary outside the pot as inside, that it is only going to get hotter and more miserable if they don’t do something—and to provide a safe haven for them to land in. That is, a place of individual freedom.

      The biggest and most important message we always fail to send is that for the most part we are not as much divided by what we want as by the right way to achieve it. We let the Left convince its people that they want good things and we don’t want good things, which makes the decision harder to make because that first hurdle is the biggest one. If we can develop understanding of the reality that the choice of the froggies is not to boil but boil in the cause of feeding starving children or to jump out of the pot and just adopt a different way to feed starving children we can save a lot of froggies.

  16. Retired Spook June 3, 2020 / 3:31 pm

    Isn’t it sad that one party is hoping that Trump sends federal troops into NYC and that innocent civilians are killed as a result?

    • Amazona June 3, 2020 / 11:23 pm

      Well, the Left has been hoping more people die of Covid-19, especially in red states and/or where businesses reopen and people stop hiding in their homes and behind masks. I see that the NYT is still hoping that hydroxychloroquine will not help virus patients.

      As you said, the impatience of the Left might be their undoing.

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