“So this is just a warning to you Trumpers. Be careful, walk lightly, we ain’t playing with you. Enough of the shenanigans. Enough is enough. And for those of you who are soldiers, you know how to do it. Do it right, be in order, make them pay.”
We recently covered the case of Michigan State Rep Cynthia Johnson, who recently issued this apparent threat to “Trumpers” and subsequently lost her committee assignments in the House.
Now, according to PJ Media, YouTube blocked a video of Johnson’s message, which was originally aired on Facebook live, posted by Grabien Media owner Tom Elliot. YouTube’s reasons were that the video “violates our violent criminal organization’s policy.”
Elliot took to Twitter to share this with his followers what had happened.
It is interesting that YouTube, which systematically censors content from conservatives, Christians, and other members of groups that the progressive left views as “hateful” or “violent” would censor this rant from Johnson.
In so doing, they’re not protecting anyone from her violent views, they’re protecting viewers from the reality that this is the face of the Democrat Party and always has been.
As PJ media notes, “After the Civil War, Democrats founded the Ku Klux Klan which terrorized blacks and Union sympathizers in the South. It violently drove some Republicans, and particularly black Republicans, from office. Republican President Ulysses S. Grant prosecuted the KKK and subsequent presidents drove it nearly to extinction — until President Woodrow Wilson, a progressive Democrat, screened a pro-KKK movie, Birth of a Nation, in the White House and lavished praise on it in 1915.
“Wilson enacted racist segregationist policies, throwing out decades of progress for black Americans, and the Klan was reborn. That all happened thanks to the same Democratic Party to which state Rep. Cynthia Johnson belongs.”
“After the election, she called for compiling a list of social media statements by ‘Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity.’”
They also point to Daily Beast editor-at-large Rick Wilson who went much further, demanding “incarceration” and ritualistic suicides for Trump supporters.
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