As sad as it is to say, it's an even sadder truth...radical leftists are the scum of the earth. In fact, they're worse than that.
There is absolutely no way that those idiots on the left should ever be put in charge of this country ever again.
Things are already bad and it's a shame that people have been buying out stores almost completely to prepare for this outbreak. It's one thing to get enough to be prepared for a while, but it's a whole other thing to have a supply of 17,000 bottles of hand sanitizer.
But now - those radical leftists or as we normally call people like that - communists, are encouraging people to start looting stores and Wendy Trevino is leading the call.
Wendy Trevino tweeted that if you see people looting, you should have their backs in doing so.
if you see ppl shoplifting right now, have their fucking back
— Wendy Trevino (@prolpo) March 12, 2020
Trevino is an author published by Commune Editions, a communist poetry imprint of AK Press, a pro-antifa publishing house that has published pro-anarchist works like Full Spectrum Resistance, and Andrew Marantz’s Anti-Social: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of American Conversation, a book touted by leftist journalists that calls for a return to media gatekeeping and the suppression of free speech online.
Despite significant pushback, the tweet went viral with over 18 thousand retweets and 110 thousand likes, receiving widespread support from some likeminded social arsonists.
Society teeters on the brink of a cascading systems failure, and characters like Wendy Trevino are more than eager to nudge the tipping point towards disaster.
It's more than just encouraging one another and telling them to do it though or not snitching on them when they do decide to loot, she's even telling them to have each other's backs when committing these crimes.
But is truly astonishing though is the number of people who are celebrating the idea.
not just don't snitch! have their back!
— Wendy Trevino (@prolpo) March 12, 2020
how many ppl contracted something (not even just COVID-19) that could require hospitalization & therefore contribute to overwhelming the healthcare system going to the supermarket over the last week? https://t.co/gGSDGMNWgD
— Wendy Trevino (@prolpo) March 15, 2020
"against coronavirus: occupy and loot" https://t.co/eNmpZeyFnA
— reclaim UC (@reclaimuc) March 15, 2020
If you see someone looting a Whole Foods get them a bag 💋
— GAY SHAME (@Evict_Twit_ter) March 15, 2020
They're even giving instructions on the best way to steal if you're affected by the coronavirus:
shoplifting thread if ur income is effected by CV:
- big chain stores can absolutely afford it
- go at peak times
- bring a reusable shopping bag with a blanket and receipt in it, put shit under the blanket and have the receipt just in case of confrontation, use self checkout
They may be able to escape get away with it temporarily, but ultimately they will receive their just reward.
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