War Protesters Vandalize the Nation's Capitol

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FRC Radio reports

vandals deface Capitol Building

No arrests made Thousands of America-hating anarchists were not happy with merely marching with Jane Fonda in Your Nation’s Capital this weekend. They needed to do more than chant.

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Charmaine, Bethanie, Dave

in FRC’s radio studio; the good-guys The self-loathing anarchists needed to demonstrate hatred for our institutions by spray-painting buildings.

These American-hating, terrorist tolerant, demonstrators are a confusing bunch. In American we allow homosexuals to make bad movies. Under Islam, homosexuals are hanged by the neck. Our feminist babes would be in burkas. So why do these sub-groups want the US to surrender? To take SM to a new level?

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Jane Fonda has a history of

supporting the troops…

theirs.

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Anarchy While vandals were working to destroy, patriots were working at the National Review Institute’s Conservative Summit.

FRC’s Tony Perkins says,

“For any other group, such acts would mean immediate arrest. This time, the Capitol police’s hands were tied because they were ordered to stand down by their Chief of Police, who answers to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). …According to the news reports the rank and file police officers were “livid” that they were ordered not to arrest anyone. Since the Capitol police answer to Speaker Pelosi, the question arises, did the Chief of Police give the “no arrest” order or did it come from someone else? Whoever is responsible for the order needs to explain why the physical destruction of taxpayer property is acceptable.”

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Stop the ACLU has a round-up.

Urbangrounds has protesters spitting on a Veteran.

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1 Response

  1. Pat Patterson says:

    What’s funny is until just a few years ago when I saw the anarchist A/O symbol I thought that all these guys liked the same band, Agent Orange, that I had lived next door to for years in the late Seventies and early Eighties. I like my interpretation better even though I never did get my promised free concet tickets.

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