Georgia student group wants House GOP to be ‘guillotined’

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It’s common knowledge that Congress has a pathetically low approval rating. And while certain members of Congress have proposed term limits to stop political gridlock, one student group in Georgia has another solution.

Kill them all.

In a story that’s somehow slipped through the cracks from May, the Young Democratic Socialists (YDS) at the University of Georgia responded to a story by Campus Reform in which John Griffin, a professor at the Art Institute of Washington, proposed a violent solution to the Republican health care bill.

Griffin said on Facebook that Congress “should be lined up and shot. That’s not hyperbole; blood is on their hands.”

YDS’s response was much more barbaric, suggesting they should be guillotined instead.

The anonymous Twitter account appears to have fewer than zero f–ks to give as their timeline is rife with socialist memes and jokes, believing it’s far superior to capitalism and small government.

Young Democratic Socialists are registered as an official student group on the University of Georgia website and are associated with the Democratic Socialists of America, which is one of the largest socialist organizations in the United States. The student group’s mission is to work “with local, state, and national organizations to raise awareness about important social and economic issues and to address them through direct action.”

Part of the DSA’s mission says they “are socialists because [they] share a vision of a humane international social order based both on democratic planning and market mechanisms to achieve equitable distribution of resources, meaningful work, a healthy environment, sustainable growth, gender and racial equality, and non-oppressive relationships.”

It’s exactly what many of these Leftist groups on college campuses are aiming to achieve with their school’s administration. It doesn’t take long to connect the dots that the means of achieving all of this is more violent than most are willing to accept.


Source: Red Alert Politics

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