“Trust me, I will not run out of ways to make this hurt: cancel their insurance; suspend their drivers licenses; prohibit any future regulatory certification for truckers, etc.” she said.
Ngo has challenged the violent and hateful ideology of the Antifa movement, and the events at Dartmouth prove that he is correct to raise alarms — and that governments and universities are allowing terrorists to rule universities and city streets alike.
“Anti-fascists from Mass, NH, VT, Maine; anti-fascists from all over New England will be mobilizing at Dartmouth College to disrupt” a post in a Twitter thread from Northeast FASHWATCH said.
The vandals also erected a sign saying “land back” and circulated a historically revisionist pamphlet in downtown Bennington explaining why they defaced the statue of America’s Great Emancipator. The red paint was removed last week.
Liberating every African American slave in the south wasn’t good enough. Pardoning 264 Sioux warriors wasn’t good enough. To be honored by the woke mob, and to be left to rest in peace, they are demanding that Lincoln literally pardon murderers and rapists.
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont opted not to support a joint statement condemning protesters who followed Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona into a bathroom because the condemnation did not rebuke Sinema’s moderate political views.
Violent crime surged in several U.S. cities that saw massive Black Live Matter and anti-police protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death last summer. The number of murders alone increased by 36.7% in 2020 compared to 2019.
Why has this lawlessness been permitted to continue for nearly a year? These Antifa-inspired mobs have been permitted to repeatedly attack federal buildings, destroy local businesses, and assault law enforcement officers for the past year because politicians sympathize with Antifa and support its cause.
California Rep. Maxine Waters’ call for protesters to confront police if former cop Derek Chauvin is found not guilty of murder in the death of George Floyd harkens back to her comments in 1992, when she called the Los Angeles riots “acceptable” and defended some looters.
This week, the city witnessed a telling incident. Police had removed a fence erected around the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse because it became a “symbol of divide” between law enforcement and the community. Rioters then descended on the federal courthouse and vandalized it. Now the fence is back up.
Vermont’s public safety commissioner on Thursday briefed the General Assembly about “dangerous right-wing extremists” and said to stay vigilant, but admitted law enforcement knows of no specific threats currently within the Green Mountain State.
The leftist organization Antifa did infiltrate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol in Washington, D.C., but only to monitor, not to instigate violence, a Northeast Antifa spokesperson told The Commons weekly newspaper in Brattleboro.