It’s been a year full of hot takes about many different subjects, but this is one that might require everybody to put on two pair of oven mitts before attempting to handle:
My grandpa was part of the Antifa forces in WWII sad Donald Trump has labeled him and his fellow vets as terrorists.
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) June 1, 2020
Well that’s certainly a take.
The memorial to your grandfather and other WWII vets was defaced by Antifa, you clown. https://t.co/bGI9eZtIva
— Sean Durns (@SeanDurns) June 1, 2020
The WWII Memorial was among monuments and memorials that have been vandalized.
David Hogg’s grandfather would probably be attacked by Antifa today. https://t.co/A98NeDUQaw
— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) June 1, 2020
Did the veterans in World War II spraypaint "ACAB" on the rocks on Omaha Beach? https://t.co/brdFKrY6Jr
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 1, 2020
Pretty sure your WW2 veteran grandfather didn’t fly to Europe to loot TVs with the Allied forces https://t.co/vJyOgVmOAk
— Harry Khachatrian (@Harry1T6) June 1, 2020
You do know Antifa is fighting the US Military, right?
So your grandfather was fighting — himself and his brothers in arms?
This is a really dumb tweet. https://t.co/riHFpdTAkS
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 1, 2020
The idea that what is today antifa is some long-heralded fighting force, dating back to the days of Nazi Germany, and concerned now with fighting fascism, is painfully, painfully stupid. https://t.co/QTug2ShmK4
— Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360) June 1, 2020
Didn’t realize Antifa had a draft, or swore allegiance to the Constitution, or was funded by taxpayers, or dropped atomic bombs.
GTFO with this nonsense. https://t.co/iAFsxSgwyk
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) June 1, 2020
You're so bad at this. https://t.co/Ns5EnC32dp
— RBe (@RBPundit) June 1, 2020
I don't claim to be a student of WWII, but I don't remember any of the Allied forces swarming American cities and destroying black-owned businesses. https://t.co/UPkjcvGcTh
— China is lying (@jtLOL) June 1, 2020
A Harvard education just isn't what it used to be. https://t.co/ZtE7RN2lGJ
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) June 1, 2020