A specter is haunting Davis Aurini, the specter of thousands of Americans exercising their First Amendment rights by taking to the streets to protest the incoming Trump administration.
The dandyish Holocaust denier and failed filmmaker reports breathlessly in a post today (archived here) that “violent thugs” allegedly in the employ of “billionaires like George Soros” are planning a big evil riot party during Trump’s inauguration.
A march on Washington! Who would dare plan anything as un-American as that?
A Leftists, that’s who. Let’s let Aurini explain, in this glorious outburst of overwritten but underproofread prose:
The Leftists is a clever animal – it is very socially savvy and manipulative – but it isn’t smart, at least not in the strategic sense. They turned up the heat too high, and Pepe jumped out of the pot.
Not only that, but they TRIED TO TERK OUR GIRMES!
Video games could have been the perfect palliative for the men of this dying civilization, but instead of encouraging a masculine retreat from the world, they tried to take that too, leading to GamerGate, and now – when two-thirds of the country are worried about that brash and brusque Reality-TV star that just got voted in (even many of those who voted for him are worried), they aren’t using soft, concessionary language which could encourage a return to some sort of moderate stance (moderate stances always serve the Left, remember; they’re like the teeth on a ratchet, a temporary holding pattern) – instead they’re doing all they can to prove us right.
That’s all one sentence. Diagram it at your peril!
Aurini elaborates on his theory that protests against The Trump will merely make The Trump stronger.
Rioting over a democratically elected president will … galvanize those who value civilization, and destigmatize those who criticize feminism.
Now all the questions that the evil feminists don’t want anyone to ask are suddenly “back on the table.”
According to Aurini, these questions include:
- Should a woman be able to murder a baby 8 months after conception?
- Does the “gender pay gap” actually exist?
- Should women be forced to register for the draft?
- Should women have unilateral rights in divorce court?
- Are men and women equal, or are they complimentary?
Yes, that’s right: People will be asking whether or not men and women LIKE TO SAY NICE THINGS ABOUT EACH OTHER.
AND FEMINISM WILL CRUMBLE BECAUSE wait a minute here, what on earth do compliments have to do with feminism?
Ohhhhhhhh, I think the word Mr. Aurini is looking for is “complementary,” with an e, not an i, in the middle there. Complementary, with an e, means “combining in such a way as to enhance or emphasize the qualities of each other.”
Complimentary, the word Aurini used, means “expressing a compliment; praising or approving” or, alternately, “given or supplied free of charge.” As in, “here’s your complimentary grammar lesson for today, Mr. Aurini.”
These Alt-Right philosopher kings don’t really shine as brightly as they think they do, huh?