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A great swath of our nation has been adversely affected by the violence and hatred of the radical left over the course of the last year, with groups such as Antifa taking to the streets to fight against the First Amendment.

The group, whose name is ironically meant to promote an anti-Fascism viewpoint, have long heralded the idea of an adjusted version of free speech in which offensive statements are deemed unprotected by this most important American freedom.

Antifa chooses this method of oppression as it’s the only way for the mostly millennial miscreants to leverage their internet prowess against the real world experience of their conservative targets.

Now, as Americans are wholly sick of the violent, anti-American terror group continuing to rampage throughout our nation, one Florida gun store has used their likeness in an advertisement depicting a band of patriotic, armed Americans refusing to allow these cretinous progressive punks to riot and pillage their hometown.

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Given Antifa’s monopoly on feigning victimization, there was no doubt that a number of leftist lunatics would find the advertising artwork offensive.  The liberal hate group has long played the game from a place of manufactured weakness, allowing them to employ make-believe to convince their internet fans of the rigors of their struggle. 

The gun shop who placed the ad, however, isn’t backing down.

“A Florida weapons retailer isn’t even a little bit sorry for running an ad showing heavily-armed men in a standoff with black-clad protesters, with the slogan: ‘NOT TODAY ANTIFA.’ A banner running at the top of the vignette says ‘Berkeley, Portland, Charlottesville, Boston.’

“The ad appeared on the company’s Facebook page Sunday, with a list of hashtags, including : ‘#liberaltears,’ ‘#hatersgonnehate,’ ‘#thisisntaboutrace,’ ‘#thisisaboutfreedom,’ ‘#hillaryforprison,’ ‘#socialjusticewarrior.’

“Spikes Tactical produced the ad in conjunction with the Pipe Hitters Union, a Texas-based clothing company, and was also featured in SkillSet magazine, a publication dedicated to ‘redefining the alpha lifestyle.’”

The ad can be seen below:


The advertisement itself depicts a situation not unlike those that we’ve seen play out in American society in the last 18 months, further delegitimizing the angry reactions being disseminated by the liberal left online.

Antifa’s fight against American patriotism comes as the rest of the nation is in the midst of a massive conservative awakening in which populist, America-first ideologies are finally resurfacing after years of democratic rule.  Antifa has long been playing both the victim and the aggressor in this conflict, employing wild semantic algorithms to bring young and malleable minds into their ranks.



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