This article was written by Piper McGowin and originally published at The Daily Sheeple.
Editor’s Comment: Although a Twitterstorm of rage from whining liberals who are still actively dreading a Trump administration is hardly a serious call for violence, it does reveal a dangerous sentiment among those who feel that the country has come unglued simply because their candidate didn’t take office. Some of them might even be serious about their threats, though that remains to be seen.
How many people would tend towards violence, take to the streets, and take it out on each other if they could? America may be closer to the edge than things appear on the surface. If any major disaster unfolded, including election day riots, there would be pockets across the country that are essentially unrest-prone. If that wild fire were to spread, all hell would break loose.
by Piper McGowin
In 2014, the New Founding Fathers of America, a far right political party inspired by the Founding Fathers of the United States, are voted into office following an economic collapse and pass the 28th Amendment which sanctions an annual national civic tradition called “The Purge”, the first of which takes place in 2017. The Purge occurs for 12 hours, from 7 p.m. March 21 to 7 a.m. March 22, during which all crime is legal and all police, fire, and medical emergency services remain unavailable. Restrictions prohibit government officials “ranking 10” from being disturbed, as well as the use of all weapons above Class 4 (explosive devices such as grenades, rocket launchers, and bazookas). Violation of Purge Click to see the original article