At the height of last weekend's riots, Gaetz hypothetically asked his followers if decent Americans can now "hunt them down like we do those in the Middle East," referring specifically to the Antifa terrorists burning down cities and inciting violence.
Because "we clearly see," Gaetz wrote, that Antifa is a terroristic threat, should we not do what is best for the nation by getting rid of it? Apparently not, according to Twitter, which quickly silenced him.
"Twitter be all afraid to publish my likes?" Gaetz later asked, noting that Twitter had visibly removed the like count from his previous tweet. He then, referring to those who run Twitter, put the hashtag #EnemyOfThePeople.
Gaetz's tweet directly coincided with President Trump's recent declaration that Antifa is, in fact, a domestic terrorist organization. Trump also promised that the group would be dealt with, presumably when the timing is optimal.
Mainstream media outlets such as Politico quickly picked up on the story, bashing Gaetz for suggesting that Antifa should be hunted down like ISIS or other similar terrorist groups. However, he is not backing down.
"Their warning is my badge of honor," Gaetz says about Twitter's retaliation against him. "Antifa is a terrorist organization," he reiterated, adding that the group is "encouraging riots that hurt Americans."
"Our government should hunt them down," he added. "Twitter should stop enabling them. I'll keep saying it."
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Gaetz brings up a valid point about Twitter's enabling of Antifa terrorists, many of whom have been using the platform to organize crime sprees across America in response to the George Floyd tragedy.
Some of it we covered here, though this was only the tip of the iceberg. All sorts of terrorist organizers have been utilizing not just Twitter but also Facebook to stage acts of terrorism in the streets of America, and Twitter has basically been sanctioning it.
Meanwhile, Gaetz calls for a formidable law enforcement response to this existential threat and he is silenced. Even anti-gun twerp David Hogg piped up with his own pre-packaged propaganda accusing Gaetz of advocating "for the extrajudicial killing of ... fellow Americans."
As you can see, the lines are being blurred between enemies, both foreign and domestic, and everyday American people. Black Lives Matter and other extremist groups would have us all believe that Antifa rioters are just "fellow Americans," when in fact they are malignant infiltrators with a history of terrorist activities that date back to the Soviet revolution and beyond.
These are not just "fellow Americans," in other words. They are America's enemies, and everything they do and believe stands in direct opposition to what this country is supposed to represent, including flagrant violence against innocent people and their businesses.
"We hunt down terrorists in the Middle East by having our government (not vigilantes) monitor their communications, freeze their money and stop them from committing attacks," Gaetz explains.
"American lives, businesses & property are more deserving of our strong protection than distant sand dunes," he adds, highlighting the more pressing and urgent threat of Antifa domestic terrorism here on U.S. soil.
After being falsely accused of "inciting violence" by the Twitter mob, Gaetz in masculine dignity publicly responded with, "You know what incites violence? Weakness."
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