How did this guy become a state legislator? We need to worry. How many more are like him? And how many more are coming along in this environment? Bottomline: The GOP is rapidly becoming a threat to our constitutional republic:
Last year, the chair of the Republican caucus in Washington’s state legislature acknowledged that he had written a manifesto on the “Biblical Basis for War.” In that document, the lawmaker argued that – as far as Jesus Christ was concerned – American Christians have the right to “kill all males” who support abortion, same-sex marriage or communism (so long as they first give such infidels the opportunity to renounce their heresies).
The manifesto’s revelation cost its author, Matt Shea, his chairmanship. But Shea insisted that his writings were merely “a summary of church sermons on Old Testament war that could help place current events in historical context.” And so, the Washington GOP did not call for Shea to resign or expel him from its House caucus.
This past spring, the Guardian obtained text messages in which Shea discussed targetting anti-fascist activists for surveillance, harassment, and violence. One of Shea’s interlocutors, online radio personality Jack Robertson, offered this prescription for the treatment of a female antifa protester: “Fist full of hair, and face slam, to a Jersey barrier. Treat em like communist revolutionaries. Then shave her bald with a K-Bar USMC field knife.”
This might be a rhetorical question. But I think we all know why? Only Muslims commit terrorism. If you are white and attack people of color that’s just a hate crime.
Sadly this story will be forgotten within a few days. And the terror attacks will continue. And the worthless politicians running in Iowa (ironically) haved remained about this incident. They should be denouncing racist terrorism that has exploded under Donald Trump.
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The GOP is a domestic terrorist organization. And they should be banned. They are also work behalf of a foreign government:
State Rep. Matt Shea planned and participated in domestic terrorism against the United States before and during the armed takeover at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, an investigation commissioned by the Washington state House found.
The 108-page report found that beginning in November 2015, Shea, working with militia leader Ammon Bundy, helped “in the planning and preparation” of the Malheur takeover, a six-week conflict in which dozens of armed protesters occupied the refuge in rural Eastern Oregon. The standoff ended after one protester was shot and killed and dozens were arrested.“
Representative Shea, as a leader in the Patriot Movement, planned, engaged in and promoted a total of three armed conflicts of political violence against the United States Government in three states outside the state of Washington over a three-year period,” according to the report released Thursday. “In one conflict Representative Shea led covert strategic pre-planning in advance of the conflict.”
Another white-supremacist inspired by Donald Trump:
A Coast Guard lieutenant and self-identified white nationalist accused of plotting a mass killing was arrested after federal investigators uncovered 15 firearms and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition in the basement of his Maryland home. Christopher Paul Hasson, a veteran of the Marine Corps who worked at the U.S. Coast Guard headquarters in D.C., was contemplating pulling off chilling acts of domestic terror to sow violence and disorder, including biological attacks and tainting American food supplies, according to court documents. Hasson’s violent musings contemplated ways to “kill almost every last person on earth” and “establish a white homeland.” The government described the illegal weapons and drug charges that led to Hasson’s arrest Friday as the “proverbial tip of the iceberg.”
Included in his notes:
- “what if trump illegally impeached”
- “civil war if trump impeached”