As we have documented in a number of articles, there is a great deal of evidence that Democrats and their Far Left allies intend to provoke a constitutional crisis around the 2020
election. And in Unconventional Warfare – The Democrat Plan To Oust Trump we’ve explained how Democrats have been telegraphing their plan to end our 220-year-old tradition of the peaceful transfer of constitutional power.
The evidence is plentiful that the Democrats and the Far Left are well along their timeline to execute this plan through both massed street violence and political warfare.
For example, News – Talk Radio KFLD 870 reported:
Court-appointed Republican voting poll inspectors in 16 different voting stations were "forcibly" removed and replaced by Democrats -- even by members of the controversial New Black Panthers. According to memos and internal reports obtained by the Washington Examiner and the Philadelphia Inquirer, GOP inspectors there to oversee and maintain integrity in the voting process were forced to leave. One report indicates a female GOP inspector was physically thrown out of the building!
You might recall in 2008 numerous videos that were posted online of members of the New Black Panthers standing outside various polling places in Philadelphia and other Pennsylvania cities intimidating white voters to keep them from entering – investigation into that voter intimidation case was later called off by Obama’s Attorney General and “wingman” Eric Holder.
The Far Left has also developed a nationwide logistics network – for example BLM and ANTIFA protester Jeremy Vajko who was arrested for recklessly driving his spray-painted van in DC was also at the Portland and Kenosha riots. According to the UK’s Daily Mail:
In June, Vajko was arrested in Portland for interfering with a police officer.
He was let go without bond. In July, he was arrested again in Portland on the same charge and with an additional charge of disorderly conduct. He was let go again.
In Kenosha, he claims he was stopped by police and had the van searched. It is unclear if he was arrested.
A Kenosha Police Department press release on August 27 refers to a group of vehicles that were stopped in a parking lot for acting suspiciously. The release did not give any of the group's names, but said they had helmets, protective vests and illegal fireworks in their vehicles.
And Mr. Vajko wasn’t the only West Coast operative arrested in DC recently.
Independent reporter Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) reported Megan Mitra Smith, who has been arrested at least three times in Portland over the past few months at violent protests was in DC to crash Brandon Straka’s Pro-Trump “Walk Away” rally and was caught on camera in a violent attack on Park Police.
Reporting from the Midwest, Justin Hart of RationalGround.com (@justin_hart) tweeted video of pre-staged riot gear and signs being distributed in Louisville, Kentucky:
If you had any question that the forces behind Antifa and BLM are coordinated and funded and not quite as organic as you might support (to put it mildly). Watch as this Uhaul truck is unloaded with pre-packaged signs and other equipment for what will be a violent night in KY.
Andy Ngo later tweeted:
That looks like Tennessee-based #antifa militant Corey Lemley directing people to the @uhaul truck containing antifa propaganda & riot gear in Louisville, Ky. #AntifaRiots https://www.newschannel5.com/news/newschannel-5-investigates/antifa-organizer-discusses-movements-role-in-protests
The U-Haul was traced to Holly Zoller of the Bail Project. Zoller was later arrested and the truck was impounded, according to internal logs from the rental company that were leaked to the Gateway Pundit. Cassandra Fairbanks reported that in a leaked phone call between Zoller and a person pretending to work for U-Haul, she admitted that they were using the truck to drop off supplies for rioters. It is unclear if Zoller’s “Bail Project” has any connection to the bail fund which Democrat candidate for Vice President Kamala Harris helped promote and that used the funds raised to bail out accused child rapists and murderers among other violent offenders.
The assumption of many, if not most, conservatives is that the police and the military will step up to handle any mass anti-constitutional civil unrest organized by those forces cited above.
However, as we have seen time and again, Leftist city officials in DC and elsewhere will order the police to stand down, and as the senior military leadership has expressly stated, they have no intention of taking a side in any civil unrest – even if their oath to support and defend the Constitution against domestic enemies would obviously require them to do so.
Nazi collaborator George Soros alone has funneled over $220 million into so-called social justice organizations, many that directly or indirectly support BLM, ANTIFA and the Far Left’s other shock troops. And, what’s worse, given the disparity in funding and mobilization time, there is no obvious constitutionalist counterweight organized to counter them.
Within the conservative movement and the Republican Party there is no appetite for organizing street protests and turning out crowds of Pro-Constitution demonstrators – it’s just not what they do. President Trump’s MAGA supporters turn out, but they are not organized and equipped to meet BLM and ANTIFA thugs intent on igniting violent confrontations.
That leaves three groups that have shown themselves to be defenders of constitutional liberty and who have the organization and training to rally the constitutionalist forces and take them to the streets: Oath Keepers, Three Percenters and the Proud Boys.
Oath Keepers concentrates on recruiting and networking former military, law enforcement and other first responders; Three Percenters look to the 3% of colonists estimated to have actively fought for American independence for inspiration; Proud Boys describe themselves as “western chauvinists,” and their upfront rejection of political correctness and connections with edgy celebrities like Joe Rogan earned them a recent name check from President Trump, who said: “Proud Boys – stand back and stand by. But I’ll tell you what. I’ll tell you what. Somebody’s got to do something about ANTIFA and the Left because this is not a rightwing problem.”
Under pressure President Trump later disavowed any sympathy or association with the Proud Boys, but the challenge in his comment remains unanswered – “Somebody’s got to do something about ANTIFA and the Left.”
All three groups appear to be good candidates to take up the President’s challenge, but they do not display the same sophisticated level of logistics and information warfare capability that the Left has exhibited. In large measure this is because the Left has effectively snuffed the financial and organizational growth of constitutionalist organizations by labeling groups, such as the Proud Boys, Three Percenters and Oath Keepers, as “white supremacist” or “white nationalist” militias.
That the Three Percenters and Proud Boys are proudly multi-racial, and the Oath Keepers are likewise a colorblind network of former military, police officers and first responders didn’t keep the Southern Poverty Law Center from naming them as rightwing hate groups. That designation is a political and information warfare narrative and would be deployed to undermine the organization of any pro-constitution forces capable of contending with the anti-constitutional Leftist forces that are already mobilizing.
Proud Boys, the Three Percenters, and the Oath Keepers all have clear statements of support for the Constitution and traditional American ideas of limited constitutional government and are open to anyone regardless of race or ethnicity, but the Left is winning the political narrative battle and undermined their credibility.
And so, the question remains, when the post-election chaos starts, if it’s not the police, the military, the Proud Boys, the Three Percenters or the Oath Keepers, who can punch through the Left’s narrative that defending the Constitution equals “white nationalism” to rally and organize the Pro-Constitution forces?
Megan Mitra Smith