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    Are Antifa Riots 'Domestic Terrorism'?

    Are Antifa Riots 'Domestic Terrorism'?



    While the media continues to push the phony narrative that right wing domestic terrorists are going to descend on state capitals, yesterday saw the emergence of actual left wing rioters in the form of Antifa, which attacked in Portland and Seattle. Federal property was reportedly targeted. Will the press report this as "domestic terrorism" as they reported on the 1/6 Capitol melee? And, more interestingly, as the rioters screamed anti-Biden slogans: will the Biden Administration move against this violence from its left flank?
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    Will the press report this as "domestic terrorism" as they reported on the 1/6 Capitol melee?
    Will they even mention it? I'm not seeing it reported. Right now, everything in the world is positive.
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    How about we just brand them "looters, arsonists and vandals" and allow those that don't care to be looted, arsoned or vandaled to shoot on site.
    I imagine it would end quickly.

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    Why should there even be a legal category of "domestic terrorism"?

    Having a political motive for committing some crime, as opposed to any other kind of motive, shouldn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Man View Post
    Why should there even be a legal category of "domestic terrorism"?

    Having a political motive for committing some crime, as opposed to any other kind of motive, shouldn't matter.
    Ayup. Just like "hate crime." A crime is a crime is a crime. End of story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    Ayup. Just like "hate crime." A crime is a crime is a crime. End of story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Man View Post
    Why should there even be a legal category of "domestic terrorism"?
    There shouldn't be. But legislators gonna legislate and law makers gonna make laws. This is why we can't have nice things.

    Once you've covered the things that should be crimes (such as murder, rape and theft), there's nothing left to do except to make up new ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Man View Post
    Why should there even be a legal category of "domestic terrorism"?
    There shouldn't be. But legislators gonna legislate and law makers gonna make laws. This is why we can't have nice things.

    Once you've covered the things that should be crimes (such as murder, rape and theft), there's nothing left to do except to make up new ones.

    Liberty and legislatures[1] cannot coexist. One must inevitably yield to the other.



    [1] And rule-making executive bodies.


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