Editor’s Note: While the media and other leftist elites ignore the millions of folks living in “flyover” states, they do so at their own peril; it was this silent majority that put President Trump in the White House. Each week, Liberty Nation gives voice to the hard-working heartlanders who are silent no more.
The Richter scale was consistently registering an eight-pointer as folks had finally reached the end of the racist tether and responded in force. Madder than wet hens waiting on late scratch, farmers, ranchers, professionals, rednecks, and hillbillies began to tire of the name-calling, ridiculous demands, and stupidity on full display by Antifa, Black Lives Matter, basement trolls, and the pandering Democrats bowing to anarchy.
In between undignified posts about obliterating history by destroying monuments, Antifa thugs getting their just rewards by Karma slaps, and politicians sharing the toasted crow they made in CHOP camp was fodder for those heartlanders who have had enough. The constant whining nearly drove common sense possessors off social media until the mayor of Olympia, WA, got a taste of her own medicine, and CHOP squatters had to call 911. That pricked the ears of the not-so-silent majority.
Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby cooed and cuddled Antifa and Black Lives Matter. She promoted and supported protests, civil unrest, and property damage as a priority to levy change against “institutional racism” in police departments nationwide.
Earlier this week, the peaceful little darlings marched into her neighborhood. They demonstrated how much they respect Selby for catering to their every whim: Selby’s home surveillance captured the crew – all clad in black with faces covered – defacing her home and wreaking havoc on her neighborhood. She was shocked and dismayed.
“I’m really trying to process this,” Selby blubbered, “It’s like domestic terrorism. It’s unfair.”
And just like that, the genie was set free of the lamp. The side dish of irony was sweet.
Jeanne Rushing, from Collinsville, IL, made a triumphant return to Facebook to comment: “Oh and now its domestic terrorism when it hits home. Let’s talk out of both sides of our mouth again. What about all those businesses that have lost everything because you didn’t do your job. How does it feel?”
Kacky Reynolds from Hartselle, AL, reminded commenters, “Great thing to remember, it wasn’t of the Republicans doing.”
When Alan Toukkala weighed in from the great state of Michigan, it became personal: “What is unfair… is that someone as clueless as you has become a mayor… nobody must have wanted that job… and it looks like the city would be better off with a vacancy..”
That Summer of Love concept is now off the table.
Chop, Chop, CHOP
The squatters in Seattle, having taken over a six-block radius (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone), apparently did not consider what would happen if an emergency presented. After setting a dumpster on fire and having ousted the local police precinct, the geniuses were forced to dial 911 and beg for help. Said aforementioned geniuses ran out of food, water, paper goods, and vegan snacks, sending out smoke signals to replenish the pantry. One totally white but woke CHAZ citizen pleaded for Evian as she was allergic to Dasani and tap water. The idea of white privilege was utterly lost on the translucent-skinned redhead.
Being labeled as the new nation that rhymed with spaz, feelings were surely hurt, and CHAZoids soon changed their sovereign nation’s name to Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, or CHOP. It didn’t really help their image. Most Americans – especially flyover folks – think they are just cowards – or worse: sissies. But Beno Babinszki in Omaha, NE, figured it would be full circle for the fascist-mimicking Antifa to experience their mob rule first-hand, pondering this idea: “It’s time to round them all up and lock them all up. In a secret facility…Like a re-education camp. Or more like an education camp, since they were not educated in the first place.”
And that is how heartlanders have been affected by Black Lives Matter and Antifa this week. Not so much.
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