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What is Marco Rubio Doing?

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What is Marco Rubio Doing?

 

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by David Blackmon

June 1, 2020

 

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Marco Rubio, the Florida RINO Senator who unfortunately was picked by Mitch McConnell to become the acting Chairman of the corrupt Senate Intelligence Committee, went out of his way to contradict the public position of the President of the United States and U.S. Attorney General on Sunday.

Rubio took to his twitter feed to utter this pre-written message:

Various domestic terror groups on BOTH far left & right are instigating & committing acts of violence & looting. They are stealing the focus away from the murder of Mr. Floyd & the legitimate problems it revealed.

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Note the emphasis on the word “BOTH.” It would sure be a good thing if the Senator from the Deep State would reveal to the nation exactly what intelligence briefing he has received that would indicate to him that any “right-wing” group has played any role in organizing and carrying-out these increasingly violent riots all over the country.

Certainly, neither President Donald Trump nor Attorney General William Barr has been privy to any such intelligence. Nor have any of the Democrat mayors and governors who spent most of the day Saturday pushing the “right wing” line, but then largely abandoned it on Sunday amid a flood of videos showing this is clearly the work of the very, very left wing Antifa and BLM groups of professional agitators funded by George Soros and front groups for the Democrat Party.

Here is Rubio’s statement in full:

The murder of George Floyd is both a tragedy and a travesty, and the anger we’ve seen built around it isn’t just justified, but is also more than just about Mr. Floyd’s murder. It is about the fact that a substantial percentage of the American family believes and feels that their issues receive less attention, and their lives are held with less value because of their race, because of the color of their skin.

This is an ongoing problem that has haunted us for far too long, and it must be addressed. And the anger you saw spill over and these protests across the country, well, that’s where it comes from as much as anything else. Unfortunately, however, while these protesters that are out there to talk about these issues and to point to Mr. Floyd’s murder, these protesters have been largely peaceful. They are not the ones looting and burning and hurting people. But something happens at these protests right around sundown. Suddenly, they start to turn violent, and you start to turn violent because some people show up, and they show up with backpacks, and in them they have batons and incendiary devices. We’ve heard reports of people showing up in trucks to begin to take things out, and that’s when the looting starts. That’s when the violence starts.

Who are these people? Because the real protesters on the ground will tell you they don’t know who they are. They’ve never seen them before. These people are violent domestic extremists and they range from Antifa groups who are radical to the left, to some other groups radical to the right. In fact, groups that I would argue don’t even belong on the political spectrum as we know it, and their goal — while they are ideologically opposed to each other and in fact have gotten into fights against each other at some of these protests — they share a common goal. They share some common objectives. They hate the police. They hate the government. That’s why they target police and government symbols and they want this country to fall apart. They want to trigger some of them openly call for a second civil war.

We must also pay attention to what these groups are doing, being cheered on, by the way, by foreign adversaries online.

Because they pose a threat to our security, but they are also unfairly defaming these protesters who have nothing to do with the violence and the looting that they are encouraging and carrying out, and they are taking away from an important discussion about social injustice which this nation must have once and for all.

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It must be said that, if Rubio has actually seen any shred of intelligence indicating that “right-wing” agitators are indeed involved in any of these riots, then he has a solemn duty to share that intelligence with the Executive Branch of the federal government. And if such intelligence does actually exist – which seems doubtful since any Democrat who came into possession of such evidence would immediately leak it to the Washington Post and New York Times, among other corrupt media outlets – then he also has a solemn obligation to let the public know about it.

 

 

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Taggart Transcontinental

Sorry Marco-bot this is all left all day. The various right wingers are out there cleaning this crap up now.

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Ticked@TinselTown

I haven't seen any evidence that any right wing rioters or thug groups are out there causing problems...  Have I missed them?  I have to believe that if it were happening, it would be the ONLY leading stories the media would carry.

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Dean Adam Smithee
15 minutes ago, Ticked@TinselTown said:

I haven't seen any evidence that any right wing rioters or thug groups are out there causing problems...  Have I missed them?  I have to believe that if it were happening, it would be the ONLY leading stories the media would carry.

There are SOME, at least here in the ATL area, but it's not really my specialty in the industrial security sector beyond knowing that they exist, so I've no idea how MUCH of a factor they may be in this, but seems to be at least 'A' factor.

They're called "accelerationists". White nationalist who want to "accelerate" a race war in the USA.

 

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Noclevermoniker

Has to be Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers.  Yeah, that’s the ticket. 

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zurg
2 hours ago, Ticked@TinselTown said:

I haven't seen any evidence that any right wing rioters or thug groups are out there causing problems...  Have I missed them?  I have to believe that if it were happening, it would be the ONLY leading stories the media would carry.

That's exactly correct. As soon as there's a shred of evidence to such a claim, CNN would be tripping over itself to tell the world that Trump's "fine people" are the main violent rioters.

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zurg
2 hours ago, Dean Adam Smithee said:

There are SOME, at least here in the ATL area, but it's not really my specialty in the industrial security sector beyond knowing that they exist, so I've no idea how MUCH of a factor they may be in this, but seems to be at least 'A' factor.

They're called "accelerationists". White nationalist who want to "accelerate" a race war in the USA.

 

Bull.

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Ladybird

Twitter takes down fake antifa account linked to white nationalist group

By John Bowden - 06/02/20 07:55 AM EDT 2

Twitter said Monday that it had taken action to identify and remove an account claiming to be affiliated with "Antifa" organizations that was actually set up by a white nationalist group.

Axios and NBC News reported that the account, @ANTIFA_US, was actually set up by the right-wing white supremacist Identity Evropa group and therefore fell under the platform's policy against fake accounts.

The company said in a statement to news outlets that it was taking action to remove spam accounts working to spread misinformation in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis man whose death in police custody has touched off a wave of demonstrations in cities across the U.S.

"This account violated our platform manipulation and spam policy, specifically the creation of fake accounts," a Twitter spokesperson told Axios. "We took action after the account sent a Tweet inciting violence and broke the Twitter Rules."

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