AntiFa has taken root here at home

Man I love Steven Crowder. He just doesn't hold back and when he wants to prove a point he manages to do so. But at the same time I almost wish he hadn't...almost. Evil thrives in darkness and so it's always best to shine a light on it, no matter how painful it may be to see the truth. And here it's disturbing. We've thought ourselves safe here in Utah, that our typically conservative culture and, to be entirely honest, dominant presence of the LDS church would be enough to counter the spreading advance of violence and hate we're seeing all over the country. Well...we were wrong...oh so terribly terribly wrong...

 

I am so grateful these people were taken down, and that police were already being proactive enough to know of their existence and affiliation with the domestic terrorist group AntiFa. But this was just a small group, and I promise you that there are more out there in this state. They're dangerous and we need to take them seriously. If you see something, say something. This isn't Nigeria, or Zimbabwe, or any other country known for violent election cycles and bloody transfers of power. And no I'm not singling out two countries in Africa because I'm a racist...look up what happens to political opponents in both of them and you'll see what I mean.

Seriously people take this group seriously. They're not joking around and it's only a matter of time before words become action.

Rod Arquette

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