The level of political agitation in America is reaching a pinnacle in 2019, as the media continues to divide the nation down party lines.
It’s silly, first of all, to attempt to say that Americans on Team A aren’t equal to those on Team B, and it flies in the face of everything that this amazing country stands for and was founded on. It’s a disgrace, to borrow a phrase from the President himself, and if we’re not careful we will end up turning this animosity into something far more severe.
But, for some inside the radical left, consequences don’t matter, and their violent vitriol will continue to plague an otherwise civil society.
Such is the case in New York City this week, where a number of alarming posters are making a dastardly suggestion.
Multiple fliers have been posted on street posts and parking meters in Patchogue reading “Death Camps For Trump Supporters Now!!!”
Pictures taken over the weekend and obtained by Patch showed two fliers hanging across the street from Stanley’s Bedding Furniture on East Main Street, between Maple Avenue and North Ocean Avenue. Two more were also posted on a street sign and electrical box across the street from the nearby Family Dollar store.
The signs include a skeletal figure wearing a black jacket, white collared shirt and red tie. The words appear in red overlaying the photo.
The photos were taken by a member of the Shock Theater collective, a group that creates haunted houses and horror scenarios that people can participate in. The company said it did not post the fliers and does not know who did.
The posters were stark and terrifying.
When I vote in November 2020 just remember this. https://t.co/CdrmPZklAt
— Wayne Allyn Root (@RealWayneRoot) August 7, 2019
Is this how Americans are to act in the face of the media’s divisive tactics? Aren’t there more pressing and powerful priorities to engage in, rather than tearing each other down violently?
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