Protesters Hold 'Queer Dance Party' Outside WH Adviser Stephen Miller's Home

Nick Kangadis | December 13, 2018
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You know, it’d be a lot easier to take protest groups events more seriously if the majority of them actually knew what they were talking about. Are people really this bored? Or are they so misinformed that they’ll protest pretty much anything and everything without knowing virtually any facts?

Whatever the case might be, they were at it again Wednesday night.

Playing Arabic and Spanish music in the streets, the “activist” group WERK for Peace staged a march/dance that began in front of the White House and ended up in front of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller’s home.

The reasons the founding organizer of WERK for Peace, Firas Nasr, gave outlet DCist sounded like CNN talking points rather than informed observations.

Miller is “the architect behind the Muslim Ban and the architect behind the response to the migrant and refugee caravan that is currently making its way to the U.S./Mexico border,” Nasr said. “We wanted to shed light on him and on the Trump administration’s egregious response to the migrant and refugee caravan. What better way to do it than to bring a whole crowd of people dancing to Arabic music and Spanish music to him?”

Holy stupid, Batman! I can’t. I just can’t with these people. They can’t be this dense, can they? Let me walk that back. I’ve dealt with a lot of these protesters, and yes, they can be that dense.

So, let’s get this straight. Nasr and his cronies want open borders so that anyone, from any country, can just enter the U.S. and pillage the country of its resources? Okay. Got it. 

Sadly, there’s video of these amoebas on Twitter doing their dance around Washington D.C.

Without further ado, here you go. I give you WERK for Peace:

Look at the sheep go! Baaaaa!

The chants don’t even rhyme anymore. That college indoctrination is really paying off!

But wait! There's more!

I'm sure Nasr really persuaded Miller to "come dance." Ass.

H/T: The Hill

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