(National Sentinel) Marxists: The far-Left is taking over the Democratic Party, and what’s more, many of its current elected members and candidates for office are gladly going along.
Like in every other country on earth, when the far-Left seeks to take power they do so through violence — not the regular balloting process. They talk about democracy and ‘democratic actions’ but then use intimidation and violence to steal power when they can’t win it in true democratic fashion.
Since before Donald Trump was elected violent Left-wing anarchy groups like Antifa began to spring up, and they continue to grow. At nearly every conservative or Trump-themed event, there they are bringing with them violence and thuggery, which they — and their allies in the “mainstream” media — then blame on conservatives.
This is classic Marxist authoritarianism, and the GOP has finally come around to recognizing it with a new video montage portraying the Democratic Left in its truest form.
As reported by the Conservative Tribune:
The video opens with a graffito that reads “Revolution or Death” with Bernie Sanders’ voice overlaid, talking about how the “radical ideas” America wouldn’t even consider a few years ago are seeping into the mainstream. If that sounds bad enough, it’s arguably the sanest thing you’ll see for the next minute and seven seconds.
Then, we move onto Kathy Griffin holding up the bloodied, effigial head of the president of the United States.
Then, it’s a burned-out car from said president’s inauguration. Over this, Nancy Pelosi intones, “I just don’t even know why there aren’t uprisings all over the country.”
And then it’s Maxine Waters’ most infamous rant: “If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you cause a crowd, and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome — anymore, anywhere.”
There’s more, as you can see below.
The Democratic Party has been hijacked by Marxist revolutionaries and anarchists. They are the threat to America.