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Nigel Farage Gets Attacked by Deranged Milkshake Thrower

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On Monday, May 20, 2019, a disgruntled bystander at a Brexit Party campaign event in Newcastle, England threw a milkshake at Brexit architect Nigel Farage.

As of now, Farage has been the highest profile political figure to become victim of this new form of political violence.

Recent polls show that Farage’s Brexit Party is positioned to win a plurality of the UK’s 70 seats in the EU Parliament.

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The Brexit Party was formed a few weeks ago and is poised to have a big showing in the EU elections. It is now well in the lead, topping the Liberal Democrat, Labour, the Green, and Conservative parties.

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“Milkshaking” has become a new trend of political violence being carried out against controversial right-wing figures in the UK. The perpetrators of these acts justify them on the grounds that their victims are “fascists” or “racists”.

Activist Tommy Robinson had milkshakes thrown at him on multiple occasions throughout the month of May. Robinson has been a fierce opponent of open borders and has played an integral role in exposing the UK’s infamous no-go zones brought about by mass migration polices.

As a result, he has been attacked on all fronts, especially by Big Tech for his non-PC persona.

This latest wave of “milkshaking” compelled McDonald’s to stop selling milkshakes in Scotland after the police requested it do so when Farage came in town.

Burger King pulled the virtue signaling card by informing Scottish people that they would be selling milkshakes while Farage was present.

Raheem Kasaam, the Global Editor-in-Chief of Human Events,  argues that this wave of “milkshaking” is one of the Left’s new tactics to normalize political violence.

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GOP Hack Smack Talks Brave Conservative Activist Gavin Wax

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New York Republican politics has gone through some interesting development as of late.

And it’s largely thanks to the actions of Gavin Wax, the president of the New York Young Republican Club.

Wax made noise on June 28, 2020 when the Young Republican Club rallied around the statue of Theodore Roosevelt at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

Since then, he has made numerous appearances on Fox News to talk about this rally and stand up for Americans in a time when social disorder is ripping America apart and law enforcement has been under constant siege by deranged leftist mobs.

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However, not everyone has been particular happy about Wax and his group’s work.

One of those people is Kevin Tschirhart, the Chief of Staff for New York City Council Member Eric Ulrich.

As the rally took place, Tschirhart sat on the sidelines and took a not-so subtle shot at the organizers who were using Teddy Roosevelt’s legacy as the theme of their rally.

He tweeted, “Losers who lose elections will always take shots from the sidelines, They’ll quote Teddy Roosevelt, but won’t get in the arena themselves. They know nothing.

Wax then tweeted, “.@kevintschirhart: You get paid by NY taxpayers. Please explain why you called the patriots who rallied to defend our police, to stand for our flag & anthem, & to protect our history “losers” who can only“ quote Teddy Roosevelt”? Seems insulting & patronizing. No gaslighting plz!”

Tschirhart backtracked and tried to play nice with Wax in the DMs saying “It wasn’t about the protest. Really wasn’t” after Wax pressed him further on the issue.

However, Wax was not satisfied with Tschirhart’s conduct.

BLP reached out to Wax to get his perspective on the situation, which has bec ome a topic of interest in New York Republican circles.

Wax told BLP that the Young Republican Club went out of their way to draw hundreds of people from across New York and neighboring states, with a rabbi passing out from heat exhaustion at the event.

Tschirhart is the chief of staff for Erich Ulrich, the only elected Republican in the New York City Council in the Queens borough.

Ulrich is no ordinary council member. Previously he plead for clemency for a convicted sexual predator and mafia associate Robert Pisani. Additionally, Ulrich called out President Trump in 2017 for his suggestion to defund sanctuary cities. So, Tschirhart is not exactly keeping the best company by working under Ulrich.

What this recent Twitter drama indicates is that there are still many individuals in the Republican Party who are not dialed in and avail themselves to petty politics.

When the social cohesion of the country is on the line and numerous rights such as the Second Amendment and free speech are under unprecedented threats, petty squabbling should be avoided as much as possible.

Trying times call for people to act, not talk smack on the sidelines.

 

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