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Lincoln Project Loon Rick Wilson Threatens Violence Against Anti-Globalists

'In America, too many believe that being rid of Trump ended the threat to our republic and its democratic system... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Lincoln Project founder Rick Wilson called for violence last weekend, telling his Twitter followers to “mow down” men who oppose globalism like Steve Bannon and Glenn Greenwald, the Post Millennial reported.

Wilson began an extensive Twitter rant by railing against former nationalist candidate for the French presidency, Marie Le Pen.

According to Wilson, French President Emmanuel Macron‘s victory over Marie Le Pen indicates a blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“There’s no upside for the end of the decades-long Le Pen investment by Putin and others,” Wilson wrote.

Wilson attempted to suggest that Le Pen is just another racist trying to infiltrate the globalist ranks.

“The phony populism couldn’t hide the inner core of her pro-Putin, anti-immigrant, not-so-covert racial appeals,” he added. “Putin was — as Macron ably pointed out in one of the most decisive debate performances in history — her banker.”

The establishment RINO also claimed that America has previously elected its own Le Pen in the person of former President Donald Trump.

“In America, too many believe that being rid of Trump ended the threat to our republic and its democratic system,” Wilson concluded.

“They only have to win decisively in one big election and that’s the ballgame.”

Wilson concluded his rant by railing against Bannon and Greenwald, encouraging violence against them for their prior support of conservatives.

“Macron should understand that his enemies abroad — Putin, Bannon, Greenwald et al — won’t rest and won’t stop coming,” said Wilson. “They need to mow them down before a cleaner, smarter version of Le Pen emerges.”
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