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Michael Medved


All the radicals right in front of us

The Womens March followed President Trump's inauguration on Jan. 21, 2017. (AP)

I like to look at the radicals in our midst so we know who we’re fighting against. There is a woman named Assata Shakur who is on the FBI’s most wanted list for killing a police officer. Shakur was associated with a group called the Black Liberation Army and is now hiding out in Cuba.

Yesterday, the Women’s March organization tweeted out a happy birthday message to Assata Shakur. And they said she had been the victim of a right wing attack. But she’s wanted by the FBI for murdering a police officer!

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The most basic lie about the Women’s March organization is that it has nothing to do with women. It has to do with “Intersectionality.” We see it especially on our campuses. It says if you’re a woman — you’re a Marxist, a “redistributionist” and an authoritarian.

The La Raza organization is not about uniting either.

People don’t even know that these organizations are promoting people like cop killers. When individuals learn about the policies of these organizations they are shocked.

The commonalities are their lies and the groups are not actually doing what they say they are doing. They either force you to support them or scare you into supporting them.

Ask your friends if they know the truth about these radicals.

Lies and force.

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