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Feb 20 2019

Moonbats Occupy, Vandalize US Border Patrol Museum

Would it be going too far to consider opponents of securing the border to be fifth column enemies of America and of society in general? Before answering yes, read how dozens of them occupied and vandalized the US Border Patrol Museum near El Paso:

Museum director David Ham told the Washington Examiner his staff and guests worried for their safety Saturday when a group of about 50 rowdy protesters entered the facility, defaced property, and refused to leave the grounds. …

Security cameras set up outside the private museum captured protesters pulling into the parking lot and putting on face masks before going inside around 2:15 p.m. local time.

The museum is an apolitical, nonprofit institution devoted to honoring those with the thankless task of defending a border than many people — for bad reasons — do not want defended.

Legitimate visitors were led to the back of the gift shop, where they hid until police arrived to remove the moonbats, who call themselves Tornillo: The Occupation.

The group’s Facebook page said its goal was “exposing the true violence of borders and border patrol” …

Despite their masks, they instead showed the true face of the opposition to border security.

Protesters plastered dozens of images on pictures, glass, painted walls, mannequins, and vehicles throughout the building. They also posted the pictures on the faces of Border Patrol agents who died in the line of duty.

The tape used to affix the pictures was strong enough to peel the paint off the walls.

How’s this for intersectionality:

One of the protest organizers, Elizabeth Vega, was previously involved in demonstrations in Ferguson, Mo., following the police shooting of Michael Brown in 2014.

Readers will recall that America-hating leftists exploited the justified shooting of a violent thug as a pretext to riot in Ferguson, sinking the town even deeper into dysfunction to the delight of self-righteous moonbats everywhere.

On a tip from Kate P.




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