National Guard Goes to Homes Hunting Down “Refugees” from NYC, Cuomo Calls It “Declaration of War”

When you thought about the idea of a second American Civil War, you probably had some preconceived notions. You might have guessed that it would be some version of Democrats vs Republicans. You may have had ideas of people storming Washington and getting rid of the corrupt politicians. You probably also laughed at the idea of anti-gun, unarmed liberals having any chance of winning.

It turns out that all of those notions are wrong. If there is going to be a new civil war, it won’t be left vs right. It will be left vs left: Democrats vs Democrats. At least, that’s the case New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is making now.

You see, New York is in a bad spot right now. They have the hottest coronavirus activity in the world right now, and because of that, neighboring states aren’t exactly excited about New Yorkers coming across state lines.

 

In this spirit, Rhode Island invoked the National Guard in order to find New Yorkers who had recently traveled across the borders to force them into quarantine.

Governor Cuomo called that virus containing effort “a declaration of war.”

In hindsight, it should be obvious that the real threat of civil war is between crazy leftists and other crazy leftists. Still, it’s important to truly understand the situation, so spend a few minutes with journalist Tim Pool and learn the details.

As long as you aren’t in one of these two states, feel free to shake your head sadly at crazy liberals.


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