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Todd Herman

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We need to distinguish our opponents from our enemies

ANTIFA Sacramento (Anti-Fascism Action) try to light a flag on fire during a counter-protest against the Traditionalist Worker Party and the Golden State Skinheads at the California state Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, June 26, 2016. (Paul Kitagaki Jr./The Sacramento Bee via AP)

I had an unsettling epiphany over the weekend. I was reading a book called “The Devil’s Pleasure Palace” and it makes the theological case that God has the power to create. The Devil can only destroy.

On the show, we often look at opponents. But opponents are different than enemies. A lot of our opponents are friends and family. But Antifa are our enemy. Antifa are marching through the streets demanding that Conservative ideas must not be heard or even spoken.

They are fighting against the First Amendment.

We are in the middle of a Civil War and we need to know who we’re fighting against. I would say that Antifa is an enemy. I would also say that Nazis and White Supremacists are enemies of our beliefs. But Antifa’s numbers are going up. And news organizations like CNN are saying things like “Antifa uses violence to work for peace.”

The war we are in involves a group of people who want to overturn the government and have you working for them. And they are acting like thugs.

Antifa don’t have the capacity to build or create. They only know about destruction.

I think most Democrats don’t want Antifa in charge either.

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