Connect with us

Politics

Meet the Violent Communist Insurgent Group That Wants to “Annihilate” Conservatives

Published

on

No, this is not about a group of communist rebels in a banana republic and you have not in fact somehow stumbled upon a news story from 1976.

This is happening now, in our country, and you should be very, very concerned.

While many of the most far-left voices in the nation right now are openly plotting ways to limit the Second Amendment rights of millions of law-abiding citizens, right under everyone’s noses, violent anti-Trump insurgents are arming themselves and openly avowing to use violence to stop “fascists”.

One might argue using violence to voice opposition to your ideological enemies is far more fascist than standing up for the right of every citizen to arm themselves against the threats of tyranny and crazy neo-communist leftists, of course, and that would be perfectly valid.

take our poll - story continues below

Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?

  • Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?  

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Completing this poll grants you access to Flag And Cross updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to this site's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Never have I heard a better reason to arm oneself in 2018 than what you’re about to hear.

Big League Politics explains:

Red Guards Austin, a self-proclaimed Marxist-Leninist-Maoist violent antifa group, has called for the formation of a “Red Army.” The group itself is based out of Austin, Texas, but works in tandem with Red Guards Kansas City, Red Guards Pittsburgh, Red Guards Los-Angeles, and Red Guards Charlotte to “annihilate” those they believe are “collaborators” or “fascist.”

Here are some of the group’s stated goals, from their website:

“…we encourage the formation of paramilitary organizations on two levels. The first being those who are mainly unarmed but are prepared and trained to carry out fist fighting or using blunt weapons like axe handles or flagpoles as well as shields and basic armoring. The second level is the more advanced embryo of a Red Army, which is trained militarily and operates as soldiers all the time, engaging in production and mass work among the proletariat and the oppressed nation’s people.”

“It is time for Austin to stand up, to shake off bad leadership trying to impose itself on antifascism and come together under a better model of actual resistance and not token performance. When we organize and lead actions the fascists do not march every step they take is met with physical confrontation and they are bombarded from all sides.”

“On the basis of our principled united front work, fascists and their collaborators can be drowned out, run out, routed, beaten bloody, and even annihilated. These are our principles and we aim to hold them to the very finish.”

Um…isn’t this highly illegal? Or at the absolute very least, shouldn’t this group be kicked off social media?

No, of course not. We are unaware if they’re under investigation by the FBI as they absolutely ought to be (can you think of a better example of a “hate group”? Somehow, I doubt they’re on the SPLC’s list), but they’re definitely not only active on Facebook, they’re recruiting on Facebook.

Big League Politics explains:

Social media is essential to the Red Guards Austin’s ability to not only recruit, but also radicalize and mobilize other far-left extremists. With almost 8,000 followers on the Austin cell’s Facebook group page, and constant posts calling for other angry and violent masked individuals to join, why is a group such as this able to continue using the platform to recruit and insight violence?

…they’re openly calling to form violent militias, trained and ready to physically attack others based on what their idea of fascism is, while conservative accounts are being censored and shadowbanned for posting things these social media platforms don’t want to gain any traction that have no mention of violence or hatred. How can any of these social media platforms claim there’s no bias with a straight face??

Absolutely insanity.

Opinion

Liz Cheney Accuses Fellow Republican of Pretending to Work on Jan 6 Committee

Yet another mess has been discovered within the already-embattled Jan. 6th committee.

Published

on

In the coming months, there is little doubt that our nation will be inundated with news coming out of the select committee on January 6th, and that the corrosive divide of our nation will once again be ramping up.

The committee, which many within the Republican Party have written off as a partisan attempt to damage Donald Trump’s chances at reelection in 2024, has already turned bold this week, forcing a vote to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of court, despite the former Trump adviser’s insistence that he is simply awaiting a court ruling on a claim of executive privilege before proceeding.

Now, in a bizarre twist to the tale, anti-Trump Republican Liz Cheney, who serves on the embattled committee, is now accusing Jim Banks, a fellow Republican who is no longer a part of the group, of fraudulently presenting himself as the ranking member of the select committee.

The revelation came as the House debated whether to hold Steve Bannon, a former adviser to former President Donald Trump, in criminal contempt of Congress for ignoring a subpoena from the select committee. As vice chairwoman of the panel, Cheney managed debate for those arguing in favor of doing so, and Banks, who is not on the committee, managed debate for those arguing against.

take our poll - story continues below

Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?

  • Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?  

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Completing this poll grants you access to Flag And Cross updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to this site's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

After Banks’s opening statement, Cheney responded with a surprise.

“I would like to introduce into the record a number of letters to federal agencies dated Sept. 16, 2021, for example, signing his name as the ranking member of the committee he’s just informed the House he’s not on,” Cheney said.

One of the letters Cheney entered into the record, shared with the Washington Examiner, showed that Banks explained that he was not on the committee but identified himself as “ranking member” under his signature.

The news will almost certainly stoke tensions between the two parties, while also muddying the already-tainted reputation of the committee itself.

In the coming months, there is little doubt that our nation will be inundated with news coming out of the select committee on January 6th, and that the corrosive divide of our nation will once again be ramping up. The committee, which many within the Republican Party have written off as a partisan attempt to damage Donald Trump’s chances at reelection in 2024, has already turned bold this week, forcing a vote to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of court, despite the former Trump adviser’s insistence that he is simply awaiting a court ruling on a claim of executive privilege before proceeding. Now, in a bizarre twist to the tale, anti-Trump Republican Liz Cheney, who serves on the embattled committee, is now accusing Jim Banks, a fellow Republican who is no longer a part of the group, of fraudulently presenting himself as the ranking member of the select committee. The revelation came as the House debated whether to hold Steve Bannon, a former adviser to former President Donald Trump, in criminal contempt of Congress for ignoring a subpoena from the select committee. As vice chairwoman of the panel, Cheney managed debate for those arguing in favor of doing so, and Banks, who is not on the committee, managed debate for those arguing against. After Banks’s opening statement, Cheney responded with a surprise. “I would like to introduce into the record a number of letters to federal agencies dated Sept. 16, 2021, for example, signing his name as the ranking member of the committee he’s just informed the House he’s not on,” Cheney said. One of the letters Cheney entered into the record, shared with the Washington Examiner, showed that Banks explained that he was not on the committee but identified himself as “ranking member” under his signature. The news will…

Continue Reading

Opinion

SURPRISE! Several Republicans Vote to Sharpen Jan 6th Committee’s Teeth

Could this spell trouble for Donald Trump?

Published

on

Despite the constant, flimsy affirmations of bipartisanship coming from deep within the Democratically-led select committee on January 6th, there is little doubt among much of the GOP that the entire process is rigged to vilify former President Donald Trump.

They see the work of the committee as a charade, and as an attempt to conjure a re-do of Trump’s second impeachment trial, this time with Nancy Pelosi calling the shots instead of Mitch McConnell.  And, more worrisome still is the ferocity with which they’ve been taking action, attempting to hold close Trump confidantes in contempt of court.

Steve Bannon is the first such target, after he communicated his concerns that no court had yet ruled on the claims of executive privilege being made by the former President.  Nevertheless, the House of Representatives took up a vote to hold him in contempt, and the results were shocking to many members of the GOP.

There were a few Republicans Thursday who surprised observers when they voted in support of holding former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress and referring him to the Justice Department for criminal prosecution.

take our poll - story continues below

Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?

  • Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?  

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Completing this poll grants you access to Flag And Cross updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to this site's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Prior to the vote, four Republicans were considered a lock to approve the criminal referral, according to Capitol Hill sources: Reps. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Fred Upton of Michigan and Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio.

But then…

The remaining five Republicans included three who voted for impeachment — Peter Meijer of Michigan, John Katko of New York and Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington — and two House Republicans who did not vote to impeach Trump: Nancy Mace of South Carolina and Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania.

The surprising results of the vote could act to embolden the already-fraught committee, and may force Trump and his other allies to bolster their defenses.

Despite the constant, flimsy affirmations of bipartisanship coming from deep within the Democratically-led select committee on January 6th, there is little doubt among much of the GOP that the entire process is rigged to vilify former President Donald Trump. They see the work of the committee as a charade, and as an attempt to conjure a re-do of Trump’s second impeachment trial, this time with Nancy Pelosi calling the shots instead of Mitch McConnell.  And, more worrisome still is the ferocity with which they’ve been taking action, attempting to hold close Trump confidantes in contempt of court. Steve Bannon is the first such target, after he communicated his concerns that no court had yet ruled on the claims of executive privilege being made by the former President.  Nevertheless, the House of Representatives took up a vote to hold him in contempt, and the results were shocking to many members of the GOP. There were a few Republicans Thursday who surprised observers when they voted in support of holding former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress and referring him to the Justice Department for criminal prosecution. Prior to the vote, four Republicans were considered a lock to approve the criminal referral, according to Capitol Hill sources: Reps. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Fred Upton of Michigan and Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio. But then… The remaining five Republicans included three who voted for impeachment — Peter Meijer of Michigan, John Katko of New York and Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington — and two House Republicans who did not vote to impeach Trump: Nancy Mace of South Carolina and Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania. The surprising results of the vote could act to embolden the already-fraught committee, and may force Trump and his other allies to bolster their defenses.

Continue Reading
The Schaftlein Report

Latest Articles

Best of the Week