Some extremists have even described the event as a “boogaloo” — a term that the far right uses to describe a second civil war.
Good Lord, Louie just keeps on spewing stuff that makes no sense.
Louie Gohmert spoke for almost an hour, and proved that he just can't stop being Louie Gohmert.
Of course he does...
The idea of civil war—indeed, the agitation and outright fantasizing in hopes of one—has its origins in the racist radical Right of the 1980s and ‘90s.
Southern Baptist "pastor" and Trump advocate Robert Jeffress first mocked Nancy Pelosi before sending out a signal to the evangelicals in the tank for Trump: This is war.
Rick Joyner, right-wing pastor and friend to Jim Bakker, warns that Christians need to organize militias for the upcoming civil war.
Memorial Day is a solemn day to think about dead people, broken families, orphaned children, blood and ultimate scarifies. So, why do we put “Happy” in front of it? There is a reason.
Yiannopoulos wrote, "Civil war is coming, and, if it does, well-meaning but poorly-informed and relentlessly deplatformed conservatives are going to need a handbook." Oh, my.
150 years after defeated Confederates settled in Brazil, the culture is still strong there.
- 1 of 14