We’re gonna guess Representative Garamendi didn’t mean to admit Women’s March is anti-free speech during this interview on MSNBC.
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) August 19, 2017
What a maroon.
— John Garamendi (@RepGaramendi) August 20, 2017
He’s even bragging about it.
And hey, he’s not wrong – the two groups definitely have a LOT in common.
#BPD is asking individuals to refrain from throwing urine, bottles and other harmful projectiles at our officers.
— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) August 19, 2017
Both ‘movements’ were about stifling speech they disagree with and protesting … nothing. Not to mention we’re pretty sure the Women’s March would have been just as nasty to this woman holding her American flag.
— Nick Short 🇺🇸 (@PoliticalShort) August 19, 2017
Older Woman Holding American Flag Hit, Dragged in Boston https://t.co/5JP5w04RZO
— DW (@aquawilki) August 19, 2017
That’s the spirit of the Women’s March alright.
Perhaps AntiFa themselves said it best?
— Lisa Ann Rader (@LisaAnnRader) August 19, 2017
Note, there are several parody AntiFa accounts on Twitter … sad thing is the real ones are as nutty as the parodies so it’s hard to tell the difference. Either way, this is definitely a feasible thought and message for them.
Yea… throwing urine on police officers.
— Pete4Trump 🇺🇸 (@GreekMiracle) August 20, 2017
Because nothing says peaceful like dumping urine on cops and screaming about spitting on them.