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Mc Mike

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He's a 'counterpuncher'.

He does something crooked, stupid, or evil. Then people point out he did something crooked, stupid, or evil. Then he gets really mad about the criticism and lashes out and attacks. Then his flunkies come on the teevee to tell us how he's a counterpuncher.

After he punched us twice.

A standard issue repuglinazi.

He wants to see suspects hurt. He wants to see VA workers hurt.

He wants to see immigrants hurt. He wants to see women hurt. He wants to see political opponents hurt. He wants to see activists hurt. He wants to see anti-nazi citizens hurt. He wants to see protestors hurt. He wants to see journalists and reporters hurt. etc. etc.

He wants to see EVERYBODY hurt. And he SAYS it, openly, publicly, ALL the TIME.

Where are all the bad men dead, in their heals or in their head?

Free speech rights only apply to nazis airing their learned viewpoints in places like Berkeley.

Or internal google organizational documents.

Does not apply to ESPN journos or pro sports athletes. Special SS snowflakes like drumpf and his backers need a safe space.

Dalton Trumbo related an interesting brush with being labelled 'prematurely antifascist'

in the preface to his Viet Era edition of "Johnny Got His Gun".

Before we entered WWII, he was approached by American bund Lindberg types, who wanted to back publication of the anti war novel. He sized them up as pro german nazis, and reported them to the Feds. The feds sent some representatives around, who seemed much more interested in making Trumbo the subject of an investigation, and who questioned him in a hostile and adversarial way. He learned after FOIA ing his FBI file later that his report about the bunders had earned him the designation "prematurely antifascist".

His comment about the situation was 'it served me right, too.' Needless to say, he refused the bunders permission to republish his work; though he was very much anti-war, he was also very much anti-nazi.
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