An explosive Senate hearing on Anti-Government extremism on Tuesday exposed the radical left’s own anti-Government beliefs when far-left radical Democrat Senator Maize Senator Hirono from Hawaii, stomped out of the hearing room after making a plea to ignore historic violent uprisings around the country, calling the “Freedom of Speech” and tried to shame the chairman for having the hearing.

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“I am leaving,” Hirono said.

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Jonathan Turley testified about Antifa and said,”It often appears that Antifa is either the new al Qaeda or the new “Big Foot.” President Trump wants Antifa classified as a terrorist organization while various Democratic politicians insist it is just a conservative phantom.”

Democrats insist that the uprisings are peaceful.

Republican Senator Ted Cruz humiliated Hirono as she barked at him off-mike after she shut off her mike, scolding him, saying that Republicans use deaths for making political points, defending Black Lives Matter.  “We have a pesky thing called Freedom of Speech, and we should all join hands and denounce violent extremism.  You are not listening, and I am not listening anymore. I am leaving,” Hirono said.

“She said nothing negative about Antifa,” Cruz said. “You’re welcome to say something negative about Antifa right now.”

Hirono refuses again. Walks out of the room.

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It was a very serious hearing.

At the hearing it was explained that US Attorney General William Barr directed to two US Attorneys to lead a task force to combat violent Anti-American extremists of all persuasions, investigating anyone who seeks to harm America and find ways to disrupt events before they harm Americans.

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Full opening statement:

What the White House is combatting is an increase in crimes and violent uprisings meant to help defund local police departments.

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Journalist Andy Ngo, who has studied Antifa and other violent groups,  testified that Democrats refused to listen to the amount of violence that was unfolding.

 

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