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So a few packs of meat brains decide to go to Gettysburg, to mix it up with antifa, despite the rumors of a flag burning event being debunked by police a week earlier.  Said one patriot on youtube from the First State Pathfinders, "would plan on coming full battle-rattle … to be fully, 100 percent prepared to defend yourself and whoever you come with.” 

 

Of course they found nothing.

 

Oh wait.  Maybe 10 or so found Pastor Trent Somes who was checking out his ancestors' graves there but had on a BLM t-shirt.  Park police had to escort him out, after being subjected to homophobic slurs and threatening to beat him up.

 

Camo Cupcake Posers.

 

 

 

Several groups of right-wing militias descended on Gettysburg National Park in Pennsylvania on July 4 after conspiracy theory websites spread a quickly debunked rumor that antifa was going to burn American flags at the Civil War battlefield.

 

The antifa flag-burning event started on Facebook, and the listing was eventually removed, but not before getting the attention of right-wing websites and social media, along with the rumor's evolution to include a massacre of white people and burning of homes.

 

Police in Gettysburg previously debunked the rumors, while not actually addressing the conspiracy theories.

 

“We want to assure those we serve that we are taking all precautions at our disposal to maintain the safety of all residents and visitors to the area as well as the protection of property to include businesses, homes, monuments, churches and other historical treasures located in the greater Gettysburg area,” Gettysburg Borough Police Chief Robert Glenny Jr. wrote.

 

Police did end up coming to the defense of one person: Trent Somes, a pastor who was in the Gettysburg cemetery wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt. After being surrounded by dozens of people, police escorted Somes out safely out of the cemetery.

 

-The NY Daily News

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55 mins ago, Stonesipher said:

Gee, no retort from the Freedom Fighters here.   :beatin:

I won’t defend the actions of these clowns. But maybe you want to stop over in the thread about the armed protestors killing the 8 year old. Maybe we all should condemn the stupid actions by both sides instead of just one.

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7 hours ago, moonbat said:

So a few packs of meat brains decide to go to Gettysburg, to mix it up with antifa, despite the rumors of a flag burning event being debunked by police a week earlier.  Said one patriot on youtube from the First State Pathfinders, "would plan on coming full battle-rattle … to be fully, 100 percent prepared to defend yourself and whoever you come with.” 

 

Of course they found nothing.

 

Oh wait.  Maybe 10 or so found Pastor Trent Somes who was checking out his ancestors' graves there but had on a BLM t-shirt.  Park police had to escort him out, after being subjected to homophobic slurs and threatening to beat him up.

 

Camo Cupcake Posers.

 

 

 

Several groups of right-wing militias descended on Gettysburg National Park in Pennsylvania on July 4 after conspiracy theory websites spread a quickly debunked rumor that antifa was going to burn American flags at the Civil War battlefield.

 

The antifa flag-burning event started on Facebook, and the listing was eventually removed, but not before getting the attention of right-wing websites and social media, along with the rumor's evolution to include a massacre of white people and burning of homes.

 

Police in Gettysburg previously debunked the rumors, while not actually addressing the conspiracy theories.

 

“We want to assure those we serve that we are taking all precautions at our disposal to maintain the safety of all residents and visitors to the area as well as the protection of property to include businesses, homes, monuments, churches and other historical treasures located in the greater Gettysburg area,” Gettysburg Borough Police Chief Robert Glenny Jr. wrote.

 

Police did end up coming to the defense of one person: Trent Somes, a pastor who was in the Gettysburg cemetery wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt. After being surrounded by dozens of people, police escorted Somes out safely out of the cemetery.

 

-The NY Daily News

You keep highlighting debunked by rumors, seems they are destroying statues, and other parts of history, where were the police on these BLM rumors. With that being said our pastor just happened to be there with a BLM shirt on? In the cemetery?

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Exactly.  Notice that the story clearly states his exalted status, as if that means complete innocence. Notice too that the cops removed HIM from the scene, even though he was SIMPLY visiting his distant family graves. 
 

This is what we get from leftists. Yeah our guys might be bad, but so are yours. This is the best example they can find of ours.

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6 hours ago, Stonesipher said:

Gee, no retort from the Freedom Fighters here.   :beatin:

Its past midnight.  Nice try.  Try to remember people here fish (I kno crazi! amirite?) and do that early to bed thing.  Seems like you are coming out of hiding from the bathroom after a barroom brawl and threatening to beat up the passed out drunk in the corner.

 

I am no freedom fighter and hope you are not lumping gun owners together just for smarmy points from Frank, but I absolutely think these guys are an embarrassment.  There is only one type of person that is actually in "Full Battle Rattle" and that is a US Soldier.  Everyone else is pretending.  People like this are idiots.

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8 hours ago, moonbat said:

So a few packs of meat brains decide to go to Gettysburg, to mix it up with antifa, despite the rumors of a flag burning event being debunked by police a week earlier.  Said one patriot on youtube from the First State Pathfinders, "would plan on coming full battle-rattle … to be fully, 100 percent prepared to defend yourself and whoever you come with.” 

 

Of course they found nothing.

 

Oh wait.  Maybe 10 or so found Pastor Trent Somes who was checking out his ancestors' graves there but had on a BLM t-shirt.  Park police had to escort him out, after being subjected to homophobic slurs and threatening to beat him up.

 

Camo Cupcake Posers.

 

 

 

Several groups of right-wing militias descended on Gettysburg National Park in Pennsylvania on July 4 after conspiracy theory websites spread a quickly debunked rumor that antifa was going to burn American flags at the Civil War battlefield.

 

The antifa flag-burning event started on Facebook, and the listing was eventually removed, but not before getting the attention of right-wing websites and social media, along with the rumor's evolution to include a massacre of white people and burning of homes.

 

Police in Gettysburg previously debunked the rumors, while not actually addressing the conspiracy theories.

 

“We want to assure those we serve that we are taking all precautions at our disposal to maintain the safety of all residents and visitors to the area as well as the protection of property to include businesses, homes, monuments, churches and other historical treasures located in the greater Gettysburg area,” Gettysburg Borough Police Chief Robert Glenny Jr. wrote.

 

Police did end up coming to the defense of one person: Trent Somes, a pastor who was in the Gettysburg cemetery wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt. After being surrounded by dozens of people, police escorted Somes out safely out of the cemetery.

 

-The NY Daily News

After your friends have been burning, looting, killing each other, vandalizing statues all over the USA, after businesses have been destroyed, people wearing MAGA hats physically attacked, etc., etc., etc., that's the best you can come up with?? 

 

Notice there was NO VIOLENCE, just a bunch of yahoos walking around with guns trying to be pretend soldiers.  When these people start burning black churches, lynching people, shooting innocents and generally acting like the people YOU SUPPORT, come on back and we'll talk.

 

To get biblical, you're complaining about a speck of dust in another's eye, while you ignore the telephone poll in your own.

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10 hours ago, moonbat said:

So a few packs of meat brains decide to go to Gettysburg, to mix it up with antifa, despite the rumors of a flag burning event being debunked by police a week earlier.  Said one patriot on youtube from the First State Pathfinders, "would plan on coming full battle-rattle … to be fully, 100 percent prepared to defend yourself and whoever you come with.” 

 

Of course they found nothing.

 

Oh wait.  Maybe 10 or so found Pastor Trent Somes who was checking out his ancestors' graves there but had on a BLM t-shirt.  Park police had to escort him out, after being subjected to homophobic slurs and threatening to beat him up.

 

Camo Cupcake Posers.

 

 

 

Several groups of right-wing militias descended on Gettysburg National Park in Pennsylvania on July 4 after conspiracy theory websites spread a quickly debunked rumor that antifa was going to burn American flags at the Civil War battlefield.

 

The antifa flag-burning event started on Facebook, and the listing was eventually removed, but not before getting the attention of right-wing websites and social media, along with the rumor's evolution to include a massacre of white people and burning of homes.

 

Police in Gettysburg previously debunked the rumors, while not actually addressing the conspiracy theories.

 

“We want to assure those we serve that we are taking all precautions at our disposal to maintain the safety of all residents and visitors to the area as well as the protection of property to include businesses, homes, monuments, churches and other historical treasures located in the greater Gettysburg area,” Gettysburg Borough Police Chief Robert Glenny Jr. wrote.

 

Police did end up coming to the defense of one person: Trent Somes, a pastor who was in the Gettysburg cemetery wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt. After being surrounded by dozens of people, police escorted Somes out safely out of the cemetery.

 

-The NY Daily News

This is the worst post you've ever made - how sad you are.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Knight771 said:

After your friends have been burning, looting, killing each other, vandalizing statues all over the USA, after businesses have been destroyed, people wearing MAGA hats physically attacked, etc., etc., etc., that's the best you can come up with?? 

 

Notice there was NO VIOLENCE, just a bunch of yahoos walking around with guns trying to be pretend soldiers.  When these people start burning black churches, lynching people, shooting innocents and generally acting like the people YOU SUPPORT, come on back and we'll talk.

 

To get biblical, you're complaining about a speck of dust in another's eye, while you ignore the telephone poll in your own.

 

The swabs have that angle covered.  Why be redundant?  I have said I have no room for that sort of horse hockey-violence and vandalism to private property,  I have been clear on it.

 

That stuff starts and has its genesis with these sorts of actions however,

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14 mins ago, Cman said:

This is the worst post you've ever made - how sad you are.

 

 

Thank you.

 

Considering the source of this comment, I will take it as a compliment.

 

Again, thanks.

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3 hours ago, Flybyme said:

You keep highlighting debunked by rumors, seems they are destroying statues, and other parts of history, where were the police on these BLM rumors. With that being said our pastor just happened to be there with a BLM shirt on? In the cemetery?

not sure why you're doubting the story.  the source is the NY Daily News.  The epitome of truth, facts and objectivism. 

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