Demonstrating For Genocide In the Heartland [Updated]

Yesterday there was a pro-genocide rally in Minneapolis that took over a major highway and illegally blocked traffic. The demonstrators stood up for baby-burning, gang rape, kidnapping and mass homicide. Just another day in a land where immigration policy has been off the rails for a long time. The invaluable Andy Ngo has the story:

Why are left-wing, anti-Semitic, pro-genocide, pro-baby decapitating protesters allowed to shut down major streets and highways? Why do local authorities do nothing to rein them in?

Because the local authorities are Democrats, and contemporary liberalism is viciously anti-Semitic, as well as anti-American. Republicans in Minnesota’s legislature have introduced legislation to punish shutting down streets and highways, but Democrats have blocked it from passage. So outrages of this sort are permitted to occur, over and over, while residents vote with their feet and move somewhere else.

And elderly drivers who go down the street and unexpectedly encounter pro-genocide fanatics are denounced as white supremacists, while the pro-genocide, pro-gang rape, pro-mass murder, pro-baby burning crazies are praised. That is what happens in a Democrat-controlled city like Minneapolis. And, as far as I can tell, the state’s dominant news outlet, the Star Tribune, has not even mentioned the outrageous shutting down of a major artery by a pro-genocide mob.

UPDATE: An actress who was blocked by the pro-Hamas demonstrators tweeted about the experience:

I think Ms. Perry’s eyewitness account is valuable, but I disagree with her about the criminals who illegally blocked the highway. I don’t think any of them had “peaceful intentions” or were “good people.” I don’t think there is anything positive to say about people who demonstrate their support for beheading babies and gang-raping women. I think those people are evil through and through, and I think the only relevant question is, why are they not all headed for long prison terms?

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