Snowflakes in Meltdown

Eff Your Feelings

Someone has already wiped-clean Petunia’s hard drive. Not that there was much memory there to begin with.

But yeah, Ainsley, they are just frightened:

Don’t believe me?

Tuesday, 8kun users were openly discussing whom to kill once inside the Capitol.

On the fringe message board 8kun, which is popular with QAnon followers, for example, users talked for weeks about a siege of the Capitol, some talking about it like a foregone conclusion. Others simply debated how violent the uprising should be, and if police should be exempt.

“You can go to Washington on Jan 6 and help storm the Capital,” said one 8kun user a day before the siege. “As many Patriots as can be. We will storm the government buildings, kill cops, kill security guards, kill federal employees and agents, and demand a recount.”

Some users pushed back. “Why kill cops and security guards? I was under the impression the enemies were the high government officials and the rest are uninformed masses?”


This entry was posted in Petunia, Petunia and Pals. Bookmark the permalink.

14 Responses to Snowflakes in Meltdown

  1. spotthedog says:

    Like a pathetic ex-girlfriend who’s still taking up for the abusive boyfriend who jilted her weeks ago.


  2. Redhand says:

    I wonder how these two assholes in the photo are feeling now?


  3. Stony Pillow says:

    Words matter.

    The head of the Republican party incited a seditious attack by Trump Republicans on my country. I hold that man and that party responsible, and consider them enemies of my country.

    Every legal means should be used to punish the seditionists. And every electoral means should be used to remove every last Republican from office.

    Without real retribution for those those responsible, they’ll be back for more and worse, starting with the inauguration.

    Those who want to pretend it didn’t happen in order to “allow our country to heal” are as morally bankrupt as those who would have let Pearl Harbor or 9/11 go unanswered.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Pingback: A CNN Analysis | personnelente

  5. roket says:

    This is what happens when you televise your revolution. And with today’s technology, every unmasked face has a name.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Dennis Cole says:

    And they are NOT backing down, instead they’re calling for a “Million Militiamen March on DC,” on Jan 20th, with the main object being obstruction of Biden’s arrival, the ceremony itself, and then a full-scale attack on the traitors who got missed.


  7. beckymaenot says:

    Sure Ainsley- I get that they are scared. I totally understand that- been there done that the day Trump was elected. Most of my left leaning friends and colleagues felt the same. In fact- we marched in protest of the pussy grabber in chief. We have been protesting since day one. You know what we didn’t do? Storm the Capital building looking to murder members of Congress and overthrow the government. Instead of subverting democracy- we doubled down on democracy and pledged to work hard to elect a government that wasn’t all corruption, greed and bat-shit-crazy. So- fuck your feelings if you think they entitle you to sedition and treason. Liberals of America were angry, scared and totally freaked out and everyone of you failed-media assholes told us we were exaggerating and that it wouldn’t be that bad. Well- you were wrong. You were all so very fucking wrong. And you are all so very fucking culpable.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Pingback: Capitol Riot: 'Something Way, Way Darker, More Violent, More Sinister, And More Organized' | Compatible Creatures: War, Politics, and Life

Comments are closed.