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VP of College Democrats at U. North Texas Encourages Freshmen to Join Antifa

VP of College Democrats at U. North Texas Encourages Freshmen to Join Antifa

“rallies the Dallas/Fort Worth area together against fascism either in office or in uniform”

Is it now OK to suggest that Antifa is an outgrowth of the Democratic party?

Campus Reform reports:

College Dems leader encourages freshmen to join Antifa

University of North Texas College Democrats Vice President Brett Davis took to Twitter to tell incoming freshmen which student organizations they should join and which to avoid.

“Hey incoming politically left UNT students, here is a thread of clubs on campus and around Denton that you can meet like-minded people and have a safe space to express your views,” the tweet read.

Included on the list is Antifa DFW. Davis tweeted that the group, “rallies the Dallas/Fort Worth area together against fascism either in office or in uniform. It’s important to strongly reject authoritarianism from both sides of the political spectrum.”

The group repeatedly promotes violence against police officers on its Twitter page.

“F*ck the police and their dead homies. Tear this whole thing down,” one retweet says.

In a now-deleted tweet, Davis addressed incoming conservative students advising them on what groups they should join and not join.

“Finally if you are on the right-wing of the political spectrum I implore you to join @UNTRepublicans and avoid the Young Conservatives of Texas at all costs,” Davis said.

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Some context:

This is the same U of North Texas where a snowflake felt “threatened” by the tweets and bake sales of the Young Conservatives of Texas.

Another commenter on that LI thread suggests that what really scared her was the YCT’s flag display memorializing 9/11.

Yeah, that group needs to be avoided at all costs. /sarc

    OldProf2 in reply to CorkyAgain. | September 16, 2020 at 2:14 pm

    His tweet would induce me to go find the Young Conservatives of Texas so I could sign up. (and probably the Republicans as well.)

    Don’t discount the information provided by leftists. My Democrat neighbor always helps me decide whom to vote against. Some of the positions (especially judges) are listed as “non-partisan,” although they are all backed by one party or the other. I just look at the signs in my neighbor’s yard, and vote against all of them. Easy.

lord–formerly one of the premier jazz schools on this planet

when was there myself in the early ’70s, nobody really cared about politics–we were all too blown away by the talent present in the faculty and the student body–all we wanted to do was listen and learn

doubt the ” dem student VP ” has anything to do with the music school–would likely not last 5mins in one of the lab bands before his obnoxious bs was shut down

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