Some of the more enterprising Antifa troops decided to take a little field trip out to the suburbs of Yucaipa, California. They quickly learned that their liberal urban antics aren’t welcome there at all. Homeowners there don’t wait for the police to put down their donuts. “They just beat the ever-loving snot out of three or four guys.”
When Antifa messes with the suburbs. Best thing I’ve ever seen. pic.twitter.com/zK6MkhdemV
— 🇺🇸FIGHTTHEGOODFIGHT🇺🇸 (@Just_Shannah) June 2, 2020
Antifa not welcome in the suburbs
Even in far-left leaning California, Antifa types aren’t welcome in the suburbs. Conservative commentator Todd Starnes posted on twitter about “a small gang of Antifa thugs” who tried to stir up trouble in the suburbs. Starnes reports, they “messed with the wrong town.” Video shows what looks like about half the town beating the juvenile delinquents and chasing them off down the street.
One poster comments on his video that “they just beat the ever-loving snot out of three or four guys.” The Antifa guys, he says, “are not doing well at all here. They’re getting the **** kicked out of them.” One looter had the shirt ripped right off his body and lost a shoe as he was herded across a convenience store parking lot. “Hey homie,” a conservative neighbor called out. “Here’s your shoe, dog.” Whoever held the camera laughed as he noted, “you can’t come to Yucaipa with this ****.”
“Here in my hometown of Yucaipa Ca we deal with our own!” another twitter fan in the suburbs tapped out. “Armed and posted protecting our city. Antifa was ran out of town as quickly as they came in.”
Yucaipa homeowners don’t embrace the violent tactics of the progressive radicals. Once the errant looters turned and ran, they were allowed to fade into the sunset. “We don’t need to follow them, They’ve had enough.” One local observed.
Not in Yucaipa
Radicals might manage to pull stunts like looting and burning in the big city, but Yucaipa “conservatives are not latte-sipping, p*ssy hat-wearing wimps.” Instead, as pointed out by BizpacReview, they are “legal gun owners who will fight to defend their families and homes.” They have had enough of “Democratic mayors and governors” who “refuse to protect them.”
The upstanding families living in the suburbs aren’t afraid to fight for what they built, while New York City residents keep asking where the cops are. Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik went on record to wave his fist in the air. “New York City is burning! Where are you? Where is the New York state police?”