(National Sentinel) Left-wing Hate: Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and owner of the Washington Post, is also a trafficker in hate merchandise.
As noted by Accuracy In Media, you can buy all kinds of “Antifa” stuff over at Amazon.com, including this nifty “handbook” on the movement’s history.
If you take a quick jump to Amazon.com’s home page and type “Antifa” into the search box, you can see Antifa t-shirts, decals, flags, posters, etc. (we tried it).
The handbook description says that recently the Antifa movement “suddenly burst into the headlines amidst opposition to the Trump administration and the alt-right.” It further cites the group’s violent rioting on Inauguration Day, in which more than 200 people were arrested and six police officers were injured in Washington, D.C., as well as in cities around the country.
It gets better, as AIM notes:
Some shirts simply state the group’s name across an all-black background. Other pieces of apparel are more provocative, though. The front of one shirt encourages people to “punch more Nazis.” Another shows the iconic image of Uncle Sam pointing. Below the picture of Uncle Sam are the words “I want you to punch Nazis.”
The “punch more Nazis” shirt likely refers to an incident in which white nationalist leader Richard Spencer was punched in the face on the streets of Washington, D.C. – a moment captured on video that later went viral.
So there you have it: The man who owns the Post, which claims to be one of the country’s most respected media outlets, now trafficks in Left-wing hate merchandise.
It’s part of the general pattern of the Left, which sees any and all opposition — including violent opposition — to those with different political opinions as fine and dandy.
We’re not just talking about opposing neo-Nazis and white supremacists; Antifa thugs beat up on anyone who opposes a far-Left agenda: Trump supporters, Republicans, and conservatives, mostly.
And now we know that Jeff Bezos thinks that’s okay.
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