Former President Donald Trump was trying to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C. He was determined to stop the government’s march toward socialism.
“People will believe any lie if it is repeated often enough and long enough.” Headlines for the last five weeks have been “Trump supporters storm the Capitol!”
There is no doubt Trump supporters did join the crowd, but it was Antifa that started the riot and did the unspeakable damage.
Antifa, short for antifascist, has been a growing force in this country for years. They are the instigators for the riots and chaos in our cities. Their goal is to make the U.S. “ungovernable” by engaging in “mass insurrection” and “mass resistance” and physical violence.
One classic method of operation, taught by their guru, Saul Alinsky, is to disguise as the enemy, then do despicable damage that will be blamed on the enemy. Antifa shed their trademark black clothes and masks, put on MEGA hats, draped themselves with American flags, and stormed the Capitol. Activists arm themselves with sticks, pipes, bricks, bottles, paper spray, chains, knives, anything necessary. They came to fight as they did on Jan. 6.
The noticeable lack of police presence in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 is very suspicious.
Trump supporters are not violent. There have been hundreds of his rallies with tens of thousands of people. The rallies have been described as fun, with wonderful camaraderie. His supporters are hard-working people who love their fellow man. They believe they were blessed by God to be living in the United States of America, the greatest country in the world. They love our history and our Constitution. They wish they could personally thank Donald Trump for saving our country and starting to drain the swamp.
He was in the process of unraveling the profitable way of life for these people who have been running Washington, D.C. for 50-plus years. He had to be destroyed. Telling lies about President Trump for years; racist, bigot, Russian collusion, was a start. All sorts of voting problems was a big help. Using Antifa, dressed as his supporters, was the clincher.
— Pat Evans, Blossvale