Skip to comments.I just the funniest tweet of the night.
Posted on 06/04/2020 12:33:09 AM PDT by Jonty30
I can't post it, because it is from a private group on Facebook and I'm on my phone.
However, what happened was some Antifa protesters were in Portland, Oregon, doing their thing to destroy lives. Somebody found their vehicles and went and covered their Bernie bumper stickers, and other leftist stickers, with conservative bumper stickers.
Antifa, coming across their own vehicles, mistook them as cars owned by conservatives and proceeded to destroy them.
They destroyed their own cars.
We can only hope that it is true.
Really? They didn’t check their license plates first?
I’d heard of some of these protesters changing the license plates outside of town, in order to avoid detection.
I heard the funniest joke but cant tell you the joke. Got it.
“Feel the Bern” indeed.
I hope it’s true ping.
I’m not a member of Twitter, as my time is too precious to read momentary thoughts if people. However, I did find the tweet.
There are hundreds of protesters, each only loosely connected with others. It is quite likely other Antifa who dud not know and started smashing.
Sounds like BS.
Democrats used to put on hoods to burn down the black community. Now they put on a antifa mask and trick the black community to help them
I hope it is true, but it doesn’t sound legit.
I don’t think it actually happened. The car of a typical leftist is festooned with all sorts of stickers. You’d have to spend a lot of time scraping all those off to make the plan work.
Heh, heh. Lol.
Reads like urban legend stories.
I saw that facebook post as well. I really do trust that is true.
That sounds hilarious. I hope its true. Even just one car like that.
By the way, you are missing an action verb for word number three in the headline.
Yes. I’m prone to missing an occasional word when I post from my phone. I tend to think faster than I can type. Autocorrect, for me, is a two edged sword.
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