And it's even more pathetic when he thinks he's found something. But his conclusion-jumping pogo stick is calibrated higher than Wonder Woman's. Now he's screeching about Matthew Heimbach getting an invitation to the Virginia Flaggers 2nd Anniversary Picnic.
What hooey. A blanket invitation to members of a Facebook group doesn't mean that everyone in the group is a Virginia Flagger. Duh.
Heimbach hasn't been removed from that group because nobody cares what Facebook groups he's in (well, except busy-body leftist professors and demented commie racist-hunters and such as that). Heimbach's posts have not been removed from the group, either, because as long as they don't disappear, they can't be lied about by, oh, I don't know, busy-body leftist professors and demented commie racist-hunters and such as that.
Speaking of demented commie racist hunters, I've been told that LibertyLip (Thanks, David Tatum!) belongs to a group that is "non-violent." Hmmmm. Well, as I've already noted....
Maybe the project is non-violent (or claims to be) but it is eminently possible for an individual member to be personally violent; it is also possible for their rhetoric to inflame a reader to violence. This person has publicly implied that the Flaggers are murderers, i.e., KKKers -- or comparable to murderers. He's drumming up hatred for them, too.There is, of course, the threat posted at Crossroads:
"Well, they should be scared of us, we win at this game, always have and always will. We would like to help put a stop to this flag going up, but we need a little assistance."There's this interesting text on this Twitter profile:
They're in the Nazi killing business, it sez. Wonder how many Nazis they've killed, and when, and where, and by what method.
Then there are these disturbing images posted in the photos section of his Twitter account.
Kill whitey, too?
What's with the amateur-drawn chalk outline of a dead body, I wonder.
And a photo denying God and making fun of the Bible ("Pics or it didn't happen."). Rejecting the book that leads to the Book of Life might explain the preoccupation with death, sure enough.
A lot of people are opposed to racial bigotry, but in my opinion, some people become anti-racist activists because it gives them a way to enjoy their hatred and have fun expressing it, while they and a duped society considers them to be good, even superior, people.
It's so ironic that LibertyLip "killz Nazis" but rejects God because if God doesn't exist, there's no such thing as good and evil. So if nothing is evil, obviously there is nothing wrong ... so there was nothing wrong with what the Nazis did. Racism is a okay, murder is no big deal, lying and hurting somebody is no different than loving and uplifting them.
That would mean there's no difference between Matt Heimbach and LibertyLamp.....
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