If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times…

I can’t stand ANTIFA.

I loathe the fact that they even exist in the United States of America, where fascism has never been and will never be a problem.

There are rumors that they didn’t evolve organically…

People say that they’re the brainchild of socialist puppeteer and multibillionaire, George Soros, created to cause chaos and oppose anything that conservatives try to do.

Of course…

That’s a story for the tinfoil hat-wearing community.

We’re not here to discuss conspiracies…

We’re here to talk about real, tangible consequences that are finally slapping ANTIFA members in the face.

It all started with the Straight Pride Parade protests in Boston.

Proof The Left Has Lost Its Sense Of Humor

The Straight Pride Parade really started as a joke…

It was supposed to be a commentary on how out of control the PC and outrage culture has become.

However, once the Left learned about it, they couldn’t see it for the joke that it obviously was, and they reacted exactly how you’d expect…

In OUTRAGE!!

They turned out in DROVES to protest this affront to the LGBTQ community –because straight people obviously can’t be proud of their orientation!

And whenever there’s a protest against any conservative idea…

ANTIFA shows up in force.

In Boston, they not only showed up, but they also fought with the police and got arrested.

At the arraignment hearing of the few ANTIFA members who got arrested, Judge Richard Sinnott threw the book at three of them, hitting them with serious jail time. Judge Sinnott also denied the prosecutor’s (yes, you read that right – the PROSECUTOR’S) request to dismiss lesser charges against seven others.

This was an awesome moment for America…

It was refreshing to see a judge stand up for our men and women in blue.

ANTIFA thought they could get off scot-free and go back to their mommy’s house where they live like trolls in the basement.

But that’s not the ONLY heartwarming tale of ANTIFA’s woes to come out recently…

A Toronto restaurant has been forced to close its doors after a family member of one of the owners was filmed blocking an elderly couple from entering a building where a conservative Canadian politician was speaking.

ANTIFA Crosses The Line

81-year-old Dorothy Martson—who uses a walker for mobility—and her husband were attempting to cross the street when protesters blocked their path and screamed in the elderly couples faces, “Nazi-scum.. off our streets!!”

The video of the incident is enraging.

“They were in a lineup … and treating me like I’m a criminal,” Mrs. Martson said in a video with her local news.

ANTIFA crossed a line that day…

And one of the members of that “lineup” – Alaa Al-Soufi – was identified, and threats were made against his family’s business.

To avoid any violence against themselves, their employees, or their patrons, Al-Soufi’s parents have decided to close the doors of their restaurant.

Now, it’s a shame that their son’s actions have brought them to the point where they feel they need to close their business…

It’s a shame and an embarrassment that people on the Right have been sending the family death threats…

But it’s also a shame that their son couldn’t do what was right and help this elderly couple across the street instead of standing with his fascist buddies and impeding their progress.

However, that being said…

It’s uplifting to see that these spoiled children are learning that there are very REAL consequences to their ridiculous actions.

Hopefully, Alaa has learned his lesson…

And hopefully more will follow suit.

 

“Good and evil both increase at compound interest. That is why the little decisions you and I make every day are of such infinite importance. The smallest good act today is the capture of a strategic point from which, a few months later, you may be able to go on to victories you never dreamed of. An apparently trivial indulgence in lust or anger today is the loss of a ridge or railway line or bridgehead from which the enemy may launch an attack otherwise impossible.” ― C.S. Lewis