Liberals are ramping up their fight against America and American values. We’ve watched Hollywood actors and actresses make unimaginable threats against President Trump’s grandchildren, as well as his youngest son with Melania, 11-yr-old Barron Trump. Peter Fonda, B-actor and brother of the traitor “Hanoi Jane” Fonda made such a horrific threat against Barron, that our first lady, Melania Trump, was forced to call upon the Secret Service to address the threat. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was told to leave the Red Hen Restaurant in Lexington, VA. by the owner because of her ties to President Trump. Florida AG Pam Bondi was surrounded and threatened by liberal thugs (see video here) while she and her boyfriend waited in line for tickets to the see the Mr. Rogers documentary at a Florida movie theater. The thugs chased her inside the theater, surrounded her and her boyfriend, shouting and spitting upon her. Only days ago, Democrat Congresswoman Maxine Waters told a crowd of supporters to keep up the pressure on anyone associated with Trump, telling them to drive these people out of public spaces.
Now, The Gateway Pundit is reporting that the popular liberal website, Splinter is warning America that “This is just the beginning…When you aggressively f*ck with people’s lives, you should not be surprised when they decide to f*ck with yours.”
Splinter.com: This is all going to get more extreme. And it should. We are living in extreme times. The harm that is being done to all of us by the people in the American government is extreme.
…Read a f*cking history book. Read a recent history book. The U.S. had thousands of domestic bombings per year in the early 1970s. This is what happens when citizens decide en masse that their political system is corrupt, racist, and unresponsive. The people out of power have only just begun to flex their dissatisfaction. The day will come, sooner that you all think, when Trump administration officials will look back fondly on the time when all they had to worry about was getting hollered at a Mexican restaurant. When you aggressively f*ck with people’s lives, you should not be surprised when they decide to fuck with yours.
Do you think that being asked to leave a restaurant, or having your meal interrupted, or being called by the public is bad? My fascism-enabling friends, this is only the beginning…
Stop working for this man. Stop enabling him. Stop assisting him. Start fighting him. The people who are responsible for what is happening are not going to get out of this with their happy wealthy respectable lives unscathed. This is a country that locks poor people in cages for decades for trying to make $20. This is a country that is “tough on crime.” Remember? And the ones who make the laws are not going to like what happens when America starts to regard them as the criminals.
For anyone who foolishly believes that liberals will never get away with harming Americans simply because they have opposing political views or a different set of values, you don’t have to go back too far into history to see that Bill Ayers, the founder of the violent Weather Underground group, the same man who launched Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in his Chicago home actually did exactly what the article by Splinter suggests. Not only were Bill Ayers and his associate Ronald Fliegelman (the bomb builder) successful with their domestic bombing campaign, they went on to become educators, filling the minds of our youth with hate and radical leftist beliefs.
In 2015, The New York Post reported on the status of the key players in the violent Weather Underground group:
The “bomb guru” for the terrorist group the Weather Underground never served a day in jail — but he did spend decades teaching in New York City classrooms, a new book reveals.
Ronald Fliegelman built explosives for the Weather Underground, a far-left group that launched a domestic bombing campaign in the 1960s and ’70s, including one explosion inside NYPD headquarters.
But when the group dissolved, Fliegelman managed to safely fade away into the square life. For 25 years, he worked as a public special-education teacher, retiring to a quiet life in Park Slope, Brooklyn, according to “Days of Rage: America’s Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence” (Penguin Press).
And he’s unapologetic about his past, according to author Bryan Burrough.
“Ron is proud of what he did,” he told The Post.
The Weather Underground first organized in 1969 as a splinter of the Revolutionary Youth Movement within the ’60s protest group Students for a Democratic Society.
Their members were mostly white and middle-class, advocating the complete overthrow of the US government.
Under the leadership of co-founder Bill Ayers — who went on to become a University of Illinois professor whose political relationship with then-candidate Barack Obama was scrutinized during the 2008 presidential campaign — the group also pushed for a sexual revolution.
Their slogan? “Smash Monogamy.”
To achieve their goals, the militant group — popularly known as the Weathermen, derived from the Bob Dylan lyric, “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows” — embarked on a years-long bombing campaign, targeting places it considered pillars of US imperialism, capitalism, racism and anything contrary to their “ism” of choice: communism.
To protest the US invasion of Laos, for example, they bombed the Capitol Building in 1971. That same year, they targeted the headquarters of the state Department of Corrections in Albany for the deaths of 29 inmates during the Attica prison riot. They even busted LSD guru Dr. Timothy Leary out of a California jail and helped smuggle him to Algeria in 1970 — the same year they issued a “Declaration of a State of War” against the United States.
“We believed Third World countries would rise up and cause crises that would bring down the industrialized West, and we believed it was going to happen tomorrow, or maybe the day after tomorrow,” a former Weatherman tells Burrough.
“The myth, and this is always Bill Ayers’ line, is that Weather never set out to kill people, and it’s not true — we did,” group member Howie Machtinger tells Burrough. “You know, policemen were fair game.”