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“Abolish ICE” Group Publicly Beheads Trump Effigy

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Published on: July 22, 2018

“Abolish ICE” recently beheaded a Donald Trump effigy with a fake guillotine.

There are those that say the talk of Civil War in America is ludicrous and that cooler heads will prevail.

The problem with that contention is finding enough cool heads on the left to play along.

The “Abolish ICE” movement is building steam and the group seems to be every bit as terrorist-minded as Antifa.

From Far Left Watch:

Since the launch of this campaign, far-left extremist groups have occupied and shut down public roadways, they have doxed and threatened ICE employees and their family members, and they have attacked a GOP Headquarters in Nebraska and vandalized it with “Abolish ICE” graffiti. Continuing this trend of violent rhetoric and actions, the “Abolish ICE PDX” group recently held a mock public execution in which they decapitated an effigy of President Donald Trump using a makeshift guillotine. As we have previously reported, this theme of wishing to publicly execute ideological opponents borrows from the French Revolution and is alarmingly prevalent in far-left circles.

Here is the four minute video of this mock execution:

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https://twitter.com/OccupyICEPDX/status/1019410575229505536

They’ve got the guillotine.

Who has the handcuffs?

Article posted with permission from Dean Garrison

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