Don’t mess with the Alamo, Texas warns Antifa and all their Soros funded offshoots. The “Shrine of Texas Liberty” will be passionately defended. Antifa rioters and the children of darkness better think twice, then think again, real hard, before they decide to carry through with their threats to tear down the place where Davy Crockett’s body was found, piled under “no less than sixteen Mexican corpses.”
Don’t mess with the Alamo
On Saturday, George P. Bush, the oldest son of “Los Tortuga,” Jeb Bush, came crawling out from under the rock the Bush dynasty’s been hiding under, to deliver, as Trending Politics writes, “a message to the far-left rioters who are debating destroying The Alamo.” My “message to the protesters is simple: Don’t mess with The Alamo,” the Texas land commissioner calmly declares. You can almost hear the spaghetti western music in the background.
The controversy went public when attorney Robert Barnes tweeted “Protesters in San Antonio now demanding tearing down The Alamo.” Saturday evening, Bush put out a formal statement. “The Alamo is the Shrine of Texas Liberty. And it will be defended. My office is closely watching the social media posts and rumors from protesters who are threatening to come to The Alamo.”
“Rest assured,” he warns, “we have already deployed, for several weeks and will continue to do so, the Alamo Rangers in partnership with SAPD, The Department of Public Safety and The National Guard to protect this sacred site.”
Riots are the recent trend
According to the governor of Texas, who wasn’t about to get upstaged by one of the Bush clan, “riots have become the recent trend.” Ever since George Floyd was murdered under what could turn out to be a staged event engineered to trigger a race war. Even the Vatican thinks it’s a set-up. Last week, Governor Abbott spent some time hanging out with Mr. Floyd’s family.
“They are wonderful, God loving people. They will be the centerpiece of helping America bridge our racial divide & ensure equality, justice & fairness for everyone in America—& ensure what happened in Minn. never happens in TX,” he tweeted. They don’t want to see anything happen to the Alamo.
Minneapolis is looking at more than $55 million in damage so far from the riots and that doesn’t take into consideration the losses to merchants from looters. Before Minneapolis police abandoned their posts, the city was already stressed to the breaking point by Covid-19 restrictions and widespread economic chaos. Last week, they voted unanimously to do away with their police entirely. That will teach them.