The milkshake throwing cowards in the U.K. apparently don’t like Americans who don’t think exactly like them as well, because they attacked a U.K. supporter of President Donald Trump during a protest on Tuesday.
During a protest in London to show their disagreement with Trump’s visit to their country, the left became violent once again when they attacked an elderly man who wore a “Make America Great Again” hat in a show of support for the president. The man’s hat was snatched from his head while protesters screamed and chanted “Nazi scum” at the man before another coward threw a milkshake in the man’s face.
It would be hilarious if any of the protesters really knew what it meant to call someone a Nazi, but they clearly don't since they never want to admit that Socialism is part of the official Nazi title (National Socialist German Workers' Party).
The police were seemingly right next to the man, but did very little to calm the mob-like aggression towards the man.
Here’s video of the altercation:
Yet another example of people who get really tough when they're backed up by an angry mob.
Milkshakes in Britain have been in the news lately because of other childish attacks on politicians and public figures who don’t fall in lockstep with their ideologies. Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, controversial activist Tommy Robinson and YouTuber Carl Benjamin — otherwise known as Sargon of Akkad — all had milkshakes thrown at them, with Robinson and Benjamin having multiple thrown at them.
Members of the far-left, like VICE writer Kim Kelly, have gone so far recently as to write articles directing people “How to Make the Perfect Milkshake for Throwing at Fascists.” But don’t worry, the editors at VICE noted that they “only condone the drinking of milkshakes.”
Of course, the problem with Kelly’s flippancy towards assaulting “fascists” with drinks is getting anyone on the far-left to properly define “fascism,” especially when you take into account their employing of fascistic tactics against their ideological opponents because they didn’t get their way in past elections.
Throwing a milkshake at a political opponent doesn’t make you funny, doesn’t make you brave and certainly doesn’t mean you’re on the forefront of fighting “fascists.” In reality, it makes you an a*****e.
H/T: The Hill