Crowder Confronts Shows The Lefts Cowardly Mob Tactics

I hope the YouTube video works, as this is my first Ratburger post. Anyway, Steven Crowder (one of my favorites) was at a convention in Texas somewhere and recognized a woman who earlier that week tweeted out his location during one of his ‘Change my Mind’ segments. The tweet  suggested that the van should be firebombed, and actually tweeted out verification in case she was misinterpreted. Lovely girl, I’m sure.

Anyway, so he decided to confront her about her threatening tweet. Well, lets just say the interaction wasn’t very productive BUT in my opinion it was enlightening. If you watch the video you see that she is not alone she is with her lefty cronies and they all swarm around Crowder and start shouting him down, chanting, calling him a Nazi (big surprise there, like we’ve never heard that before). But these people always have to use this tactic of swarming you with numbers, and yelling nonsensical slogans and chants. It’s like a cult.  It’s never just a one on one conversation. Steven Crowder was not yelling, or threatening this women he was merely confronting her and calling her out on her own evil behavior. She also says “a van is not a person” which he rightfully tells her that there could be people IN THE VAN. But does this this chick not understand Physics that if you blow up a van on a busy street, even if there isn’t anyone in the van at the time there could be innocent bystanders near the van who could be hurt or killed by the blast, by shrapnel, the van itself. But the behavior is bizarre, they don’t think, they just react. I can’t relate at all, I couldn’t imagine engaging in this kind of behavior and it is all too prevalent now.

 

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  1. Of course, they have no answer to Crowder’s challenge. Instead they start chanting non sequiturs such as healthcare is a human right and other stupid things.

    Nothing to see here, folks. Nothing new, anyway.

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  2. Mate De, it is scary how people who want to reform things turn to acts of violence. They believe so much in the rightness of their cause that disagreement is equivalent to being vermin. They actually think Crowder’s van needs to be fire bombed. Please check out the quote from Robespierre on my “The Reformers” post.

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  3. Excellent first post, Mate De!  I saw this on the Crowder site, but hadn’t watched it yet.  It is instructive.  The SJW’s mindless pseudo-fascism is fuel for Crowder, just like it is for Trump.

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  4. Trinity Waters:
    Excellent first post, Mate De!  I saw this on the Crowder site, but hadn’t watched it yet.  It is instructive.  The SJW’s mindless pseudo-fascism is fuel for Crowder, just like it is for Trump.

    Trin, when are we going to see the lake pictures from the patio boat?

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  5. 10 Cents:
    Mate De, it is scary how people who want to reform things turn to acts of violence. They believe so much in the rightness of their cause that disagreement is equivalent to being vermin. They actually think Crowder’s van needs to be fire bombed. Please check out the quote from Robespierre on my “The Reformers” post.

    No can do Dime. I don’t speak French…….

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  6. Mate De:

    10 Cents:
    Mate De, it is scary how people who want to reform things turn to acts of violence. They believe so much in the rightness of their cause that disagreement is equivalent to being vermin. They actually think Crowder’s van needs to be fire bombed. Please check out the quote from Robespierre on my “The Reformers” post.

    No can do Dime. I don’t speak French…….

    Sorry, here is a translation.

    If the basis of popular government in peacetime is virtue, the basis of popular government during a revolution is both virtue and terror; virtue, without which terror is baneful; terror, without which virtue is powerless. Terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice; it is thus an emanation of virtue; it is less a principle in itself, than a consequence of the general principle of democracy, applied to the most pressing needs of the patrie [homeland, fatherland]

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    Mate De:

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    Mate De, it is scary how people who want to reform things turn to acts of violence. They believe so much in the rightness of their cause that disagreement is equivalent to being vermin. They actually think Crowder’s van needs to be fire bombed. Please check out the quote from Robespierre on my “The Reformers” post.

    No can do Dime. I don’t speak French…….

    Sorry, here is a translation.

    If the basis of popular government in peacetime is virtue, the basis of popular government during a revolution is both virtue and terror; virtue, without which terror is baneful; terror, without which virtue is powerless. Terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice; it is thus an emanation of virtue; it is less a principle in itself, than a consequence of the general principle of democracy, applied to the most pressing needs of the patrie [homeland, fatherland]

    That was a joke Dime. Sarcasm. It is my weakness. I just can’t help myself. LOL

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  8. The Robespierre quote is surprisingly idiotic. So, “terror, without which virtue is powerless”? I think not: terror is violence (or its threat) and violence uses power, by definition. Next, “terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice.” Now terror is justice? I don’t think that word means what he thinks it means.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wujVMIYzYXg

    No wonder the French Revolution was such a nasty bit of business.

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  9. Mate De:

    10 Cents:

    Mate De:

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    Mate De, it is scary how people who want to reform things turn to acts of violence. They believe so much in the rightness of their cause that disagreement is equivalent to being vermin. They actually think Crowder’s van needs to be fire bombed. Please check out the quote from Robespierre on my “The Reformers” post.

    No can do Dime. I don’t speak French…….

    Sorry, here is a translation.

    If the basis of popular government in peacetime is virtue, the basis of popular government during a revolution is both virtue and terror; virtue, without which terror is baneful; terror, without which virtue is powerless. Terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice; it is thus an emanation of virtue; it is less a principle in itself, than a consequence of the general principle of democracy, applied to the most pressing needs of the patrie [homeland, fatherland]

    That was a joke Dime. Sarcasm. It is my weakness. I just can’t help myself. LOL

    Sarcasm? What does that word mean? It’s an Irish word, right?

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  10. drlorentz:
    The Robespierre quote is surprisingly idiotic. So, “terror, without which virtue is powerless”? I think not: terror is violence (or its threat) and violence uses power, by definition. Next, “terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice.” Now terror is justice? I don’t think that word means what he thinks it means.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wujVMIYzYXg

    No wonder the French Revolution was such a nasty bit of business.

    Reformers and the like play the “language game”.  George Orwell nailed this. The best way to manipulate people is with nice sounding words. “Big Brother” cares for you. An enemy in Goldstein is also needed to focus hate on the other.

    Check out this quote about Orwell’s 1984.

    Winston also interacts with his colleague Syme, who is writing a dictionary for a revised version of the English languagecalled Newspeak. After Syme admits that the true purpose of Newspeak is to reduce the capacity of human thought, Winston speculates that Syme will disappear. Not long after, Syme disappears and no one acknowledges his absence. From Wiki.

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  11. drlorentz:
    The Robespierre quote is surprisingly idiotic. So, “terror, without which virtue is powerless”? I think not: terror is violence (or its threat) and violence uses power, by definition. Next, “terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice.” Now terror is justice? I don’t think that word means what he thinks it means.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wujVMIYzYXg

    No wonder the French Revolution was such a nasty bit of business.

     

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    It has been stated by some historians that had photographs or video media existed in the 1790’s, we would consider the French revolution and the counter revolutions right up there with WWII atrocities.

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  12. drlorentz:
    The Robespierre quote is surprisingly idiotic. So, “terror, without which virtue is powerless”? I think not: terror is violence (or its threat) and violence uses power, by definition. Next, “terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice.” Now terror is justice? I don’t think that word means what he thinks it means.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wujVMIYzYXg

    No wonder the French Revolution was such a nasty bit of business.

    The French Revolution was nasty business because the Revolutionnaries were more interested in tearing down the monarchy, the Church and all the old institutions than they were in helping the poor and downtrodden.   They believed they were righteously righting old wrongs, and settling old scores became their focus, even after they had grabbed the power.

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  13. That pitiful little mob of Lefties confronted by Crowder is typical.  They are emotionally committed to their cause, which is tearing down the old institutions of Western Civilization.   They think that the result will be a utopian world in which everyone is upper middle class.  But we know that the world they would usher in would place most people into grinding poverty, including them.

    There is no arguing with them.  They are so convinced of their rightness that they really do think that conservative activists should be firebombed.   Hopefully we can expose their moral depravity to the low-information crowd before they push us into street violence.  If it goes well for us politically, then perhaps we can ride this out.   If it goes poorly, then load for chaos.

    Lord, have mercy.

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  14. 10 Cents:

    Trinity Waters:
    Excellent first post, Mate De!  I saw this on the Crowder site, but hadn’t watched it yet.  It is instructive.  The SJW’s mindless pseudo-fascism is fuel for Crowder, just like it is for Trump.

    Trin, when are we going to see the lake pictures from the patio boat?

    It’s a long and sad story, but we had to cancel that trip.  We had some maintenance to do after our trip to Moab, and the required parts were very late in arriving.  In fact, we only pick the 5th wheel up from the shop this Friday.  But right after the 4th, we’re off to the high lakes adjacent to the Newberry volcano area near Bend, OR.  Pix will follow!   I still have to post a few from Moab, too.  What a place…

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  15. Trinity Waters:

    10 Cents:

    Trinity Waters:
    Excellent first post, Mate De!  I saw this on the Crowder site, but hadn’t watched it yet.  It is instructive.  The SJW’s mindless pseudo-fascism is fuel for Crowder, just like it is for Trump.

    Trin, when are we going to see the lake pictures from the patio boat?

    It’s a long and sad story, but we had to cancel that trip.  We had some maintenance to do after our trip to Moab, and the required parts were very late in arriving.  In fact, we only pick the 5th wheel up from the shop this Friday.  But right after the 4th, we’re off to the high lakes adjacent to the Newberry volcano area near Bend, OR.  Pix will follow!   I still have to post a few from Moab, too.  What a place…

    Too bad! I was looking forward to those pictures.

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  16. I often wonder what I would do in similar circumstances. It might be funny to simply wait them out in silence. At what point would some begin to wonder why they are still shouting?

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  17. Aaron Miller:
    I often wonder what I would do in similar circumstances. It might be funny to simply wait them out in silence. At what point would some begin to wonder why they are still shouting?

    They never get tired of shouting. That’s all they know. The Left are bereft of ideas: just running on fumes from 1960s radicalism.

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  18. MJBubba:
    There is no arguing with them.  They are so convinced of their rightness that they really do think that conservative activists should be firebombed.   Hopefully we can expose their moral depravity to the low-information crowd before they push us into street violence.  If it goes well for us politically, then perhaps we can ride this out.   If it goes poorly, then load for chaos.

    I’m in San Diego today. On the way to dinner we encountered a demonstration at the Federal courthouse downtown. One of them had a megaphone and was yelling about Trump. There were plenty of obscenity-laced posters suggesting unnatural acts be performed on or by the president.

    They are truly a hateful bunch. I almost feel sorry for them.

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