Bringing along Gabriel Nadales, a former member of Antifa and current employee of the Leadership Institute, Campus Reform’s parent organization, Phillips and Nadales asked students if they thought the group deserved a “terrorist” designation.

All but one student with whom Campus Reform spoke agreed that Antifa should be labeled a “domestic terror organization.” After the lone student who initially disagreed with using that label heard the definition of terrorism — “using violence or intimidation in the pursuit of political objectives” — his response changed.

If the inarguably stupidest life forms on the planet, college students, can figure it out, surely Congress can’t be far behind?

Yes, we can dream, can’t we?

Oh sure, they’ll be talking about it, they already are, and they will create YouTube clips of themselves dishing out sternly worded warnings and demands until everybody is ready to puke, and then they’ll do absolutely bupkis beyond that.

That’s too much like work, don’t you know?, and if Congress critters were looking to work for a living, they might have tried it at least once in their lives.

Let’s just get the talking points and photo-ops out there to make sure that the rubes keep voting for us.

Not holding our breath.


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By Emperor Misha I

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July 28, 2019 04:55

You do have the problem of the House leadership. They support the terrorists. The Senate is made up primarily of geriatric morons.

VonZorch Imperial Researcher
VonZorch Imperial Researcher
July 28, 2019 15:51

Well, of course they can’t actually DO something about it. If they actually solve a problem what do they have to be seen trying to do something about?

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches
July 29, 2019 14:07

Surprised none of them trotted out the old saw about one man’s terrorist being another man’s freedom fighter.