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Democrat Congressman: Let’s Kill President Trump

Posted by V the K at 5:38 pm - March 19, 2018.
Filed under: Violence on the Left

A Democrat (Left-Wing) (BIRM) congressman from LI, NY told his constituents to prepare for armed revolt against President Trump.

Rep. Tom Suozzi made the remark to constituents at a town hall last week, saying that folks opposed to Trump might resort to the “Second Amendment.”
“It’s really a matter of putting public pressure on the president,” Suozzi said in a newly released video of the March 12 talk in Huntington. “This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly, because you know, what if the president was to ignore the courts? What would you do? What would we do?”
A listener then blurts out, “What’s the Second Amendment?”
The left-leaning Democrat says, “The Second Amendment is the right to bear arms.”

Unsurprising that a New York SDemocrat voter hasn’t a clue what the 2nd Amendment is. More surprising that a Democrat NY Congressman doesn’t think the 2A just means that members of the National Guard may be permitted to own muskets. (The current Democrat interpretation of the Second Amendment).

In any case, PDT should think twice about his safety. After all, according to Generation Tide Pod (the wisest and most worthy among us), the White House is a “gun-free zone.”

Re: Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery”

Posted by V the K at 9:41 am - March 19, 2018.
Filed under: End of Human Race

Trusting the average GP reader is familiar with the story.

Every Generation Before Millennials’ Reaction: “What a horrific story of human sacrifice demonstrating how ordinary people can be made to perform evil by social pressure.”

Millennial Reaction: “Bitch Got Stoned LOL

Then in the 1990s, something started to change dramatically in how her students responded to the sobering tale. Rather than being horrified by it, some claimed they were bored by it, while others thought the ending was “neat.”

When Ms. Haugaard pressed them for more of their thoughts, she was appalled to discover that not one student in the class was willing to say the practice of human sacrifice was morally wrong! She describes one interaction with a student, whom she calls Beth:

“‘Are you asking me if I believe in human sacrifice?’ Beth responded thoughtfully, as though seriously considering all aspects of the question. ‘Well, yes,’ I managed to say. ‘Do you think that the author approved or disapproved of this ritual?’

“I was stunned: This was the [young] woman who wrote so passionately of saving the whales, of concern for the rain forests, of her rescue and tender care of a stray dog. ‘I really don’t know,’ said Beth; ‘If it was a religion of long standing, [who are we to judge]?’”

This here is about 90% of the reason our society is as fecked up as it is.