Skip to comments.Ann Barnhardt warned us 7 years ago about a "French type Revolution" in the USA... Sadly her predictions are coming true.
Posted on 06/07/2020 2:52:57 PM PDT by GraceG
Links to videos:
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaMLoLtFn6s
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBMm6o5jra8
Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ib49I4wYw7I
Thugs? White supremacist dog whistle, right? According to some folks.
#protestitutes are not revolutionaries, they are employees.
In a sane nation, this woman would be a national treasure.
SAY WHAT?!! Is that from Project Veritas Bernie Bots vid? Didn’t see that.
Gulags, yes because they said “they are not that bad”.
Didn’t hear guillotines but wouldn’t be surprised.
Exactly. They're nothing. They're certainly not the professional French soldiers who rode in to the Vendee and killed a couple hundred thousand armed peasants. Antifa are pimply-faced white boys raised on video games and land-whale social workers who like to dress up like Ninjas and role-play Commie Revolutionary. They're not a real threat.
Be careful what you wish for if you’re a fan of “French-type revolutions.” The revolutions in France in 1789, 1830, 1848 and 1871 were followed by reactionary regimes.
Ann was kind of hot years ago. Did she ever get married and have kids like a good Catholic?
Absolutely nothing in common with the French Revolution.
Robespierre started it—Robespierre was the last one to be guillotined.
By Amanda Hess
March 30, 2020
But the dream of class mobility dissipates when society locks down, the economy stalls, the death count mounts and everyones future is frozen inside their own crowded apartment or palatial mansion. The difference between the two has never been more obvious. The #guillotine2020 hashtag is jumping. As grocery aisles turn bare, some have suggested that perhaps they ought to eat the rich.
I remember reading her. She can go off rails and then is prophetic and logical kind of like the AC character.
Couldnt pass up the chance to flag the great new social media tag #guillotine2020, and to remind everyone of its link to the French Revolution. As Amanda Hess writes in todays New York Times, this tag indicates peoples growing distaste with celebrities who have taken to warbling uplifting anthems and promoting their personal recipes for wellness during the coronavirus public health emergency, from the comfort of their multi-million dollar mansions in Beverly Hills. Yes, its tasteless. But will it actually rouse the rabble (that is, us) to stop looking to movie stars for moral guidance?
and lots of uses here. so much for twitter claiming they block calls for violence
I know Ann and her brother. The last I heard she was not.
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