President Trump is finally starting to take advantage of this enormous albatross for the Democrats:
“I just ask you to go out and make sure all of your people vote,” Mr. Trump told the group of about 100 evangelical ministers. “Because if they don’t — it’s Nov. 6 — if they don’t vote we’re going to have a miserable two years and we’re going to have, frankly, a very hard period of time because then it just gets to be one election — you’re one election away from losing everything you’ve got.” …
Mr. Trump warned that if Republicans do not retain control of Congress, religious communities would lose all of the gains he had secured on their behalf.
“They will end everything immediately,” he said, apparently referring to Democrats. He added, again without being clear whom he was talking about: “They will overturn everything that we’ve done and they’ll do it quickly and violently. And violently. There’s violence. When you look at Antifa, and you look at some of these groups, these are violent people.”
Antifa is a term that describes some militant, leftist anti-fascist groups in the United States. …”
Many of us have been wondering for some time now … where is the Justice Department? Why hasn’t the Justice Department or the FBI already dealt this problem?
If anyone up the political food chain is reading this and wants to know how to boost enthusiasm for the midterm elections, I would advise you to focus on three issues: social media censorship, Antifa violence and the destruction of historical monuments. Don’t just talk about the problem. Take action before the midterms to show nationalist voters you understand their concerns.
Why aren’t you already doing this? Free speech, protecting historical monuments and prosecuting violent mobs are winning issues and an easy lift. The Democrats platform of violence, politically correct censorship and destroying historical monuments are unpopular issues.
Note: It’s Going Down has admitted Antifa are in a violent political conflict with the government and has openly embraced violence against the police:
Why aren’t these people being prosecuted? They’re admitting to being domestic terrorists. They’re saying to the Justice Department we’re not even pretending to be innocent.