“There’s plenty of guilt to be passed around here, but the progressive socialist left will sadly exploit this for all they can. They will horribly believe this will provide them some sort of electoral advantage. They fail to realize they’re just as complicit in what happened in Charlottesville. Let me ask that age-old rhetorical question: ‘if a tree falls in the woods, and no one is there, does it make a sound?’
If we were to go back and ponder this incident and just let a small group of disaffected individuals hold a rally to protest the possible taking down of a statue of General Robert E. Lee, and no one had shown up…
“I’ve come to believe that all my past failure and frustration were actually laying the foundation for the understandings that have created the new level of living I now enjoy.”
― Tony Robbins
Instead, a call went out and trouble, violence ensued. Or maybe, if we had courageous elected officials who would just say, those statues aren’t offending anyone; they’re part of American history, and they stay. Imagine that, would there even be a story, any rally, and violence?
What happened in Charlottesville must not be allowed to happen again. And that means we need to hold ANY group responsible that promotes violence.
‘What do we want, dead cops; when do we want them, now.’
‘Pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon’ … no more.
Our streets aren’t the place for hoods and masks, such as Antifa wears, and their violence and destruction of property.
Let’s call them all out, and not have this selective enforcement mentality rooted in partisan political hackery.
If we don’t stop the blatant hypocrisy, which is truly the problem, then we’re sitting on a powder keg — which I believe some wish for.”
– Allen B. West