Washington, DC is prepared for violence, the day before election day 2020. The city’s heart is being protected by heavy sheets of plywood, creating an ominous environment, with BLM showing it’s true color is not black, but the color of hate, the color of darkness, a color intended to create just pure fear.
In a timely and concise visit to downtown, former member of the European Parliament Nigel Farage examines the elephant in the room that really matters: Should we be concerned about violence in Washington DC Tuesday?
His video is accompanied by this tweet: “Horrifying scenes in Washington DC before the election. Democracy in crisis. #antifa”
Farage says the new radical left believes “their views are morally superior, and they are quite prepared, if they get a result they don’t like, to try and overturn it with violence. I just feel that we need to start teaching our young people that whether you like this opinion, or you like the other opinion, actually in a democracy, they’re both valid points of view.”
“I fear we’re teaching people that one side’s good, and one side’s evil, and that’s leading to much of this protest that we see.”
“Let’s pray there isn’t violence in DC on Tuesday night, Wednesday morning. but I think you can see from a city that is completely boarding up, something bad may well happen.”
He wanted to make perfectly clear “Black Lives Matter is a Marxist organization that wants to overthrow capitalism, defund the police force; in the UK they’re even setting up as a political party. So let’s not be calm. There’s a big difference between a campaign for equality and justice, and this organization, which many people wanted to support believing that it would do good; actually, it’s doing huge harm.”
Wikipedia tells us Farage “is a British politician, activist, political commentator and broadcaster serving as leader of the Brexit Party since 2019. He was leader of the UK Independence Party from 2006 to 2009 and 2010 to 2016 and served as Member of the European Parliament for South East England from 1999 until the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU in 2020. He was the host of The Nigel Farage Show, a radio phone-in on the Global-owned talk radio station LBC, from 2017 to 2020.”
And with that, I wish you a good day! Please vote responsibly, stay safe, and I look forward to seeing you on the other side of all this!