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UNT Student's House Vandalized by Antifa
While known for insanity, this continues UNT's trend toward chaos
Mini Austin just keeps getting worse. Last week, YCT activist Kelly Niedert was stalked to her Denton apartment by Antifa psychopaths, who, during the day, destroyed her doorbell camera and vandalized her residence with a threatening message.
Of course, the “people” responsible have yet to be held accountable. No word on whether police are investigating, or holding back (as previously seen in numerous cities.)
Nevertheless, she continued; Niedert arrived at a local freak show to confront the mentally-ill vandals. When she approaches with the camera, they start “manifesting” and nearly assault Niedert. Luckily, police were on the scene and arrested one of the nutjobs.
Speaking of, what makes Leftist terrorists so bold to do this in a relatively right-leaning county? We already covered how Denton got blued earlier, but what other factors allow its festering? Maybe, the answer is found in how Leftist insurrectionists were dealt with earlier, or maybe that colleges are just indoctrination centers for the left.
As implied in the video’s closing, UNT’s “president” Neal Smatresk has been incompetent, if not complicit, with Neomarxist terror cells starting on his campus. Not only did libertarian and establishment sycophants like Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) take Antifa’s side when YCT invited Jeff Younger to speak, but also Smatrek, even after an Antifa stabbing on campus. What happened was a real-life instance of “Diversity, Inclusion, Equity” (DIE) reaching its inevitable conclusion.
Instead of restoring order to UNT, and not capitulating to anarchists, Smatrek let them suppurate like a cancer on Denton. Sadly, there might be no accountability for his aiding and abetting the mob.
Smatrek was enthroned by the UNT System’s Board of Regents, selected by Governor Abbott, and confirmed by the Texas Senate. Greg and Austin’s magic suits had a chance to end Antifa’s reign of terror at UNT before it started but instead chose to please donors at the expense of Texas’s future. In brief, Abbott and self-proclaimed Republicans are also blameworthy for the aforementioned chaos.
Republican voters keep voting for establishment politicians knowing there are better candidates and have the gall to complain about the results. These same armchair pundits also whine about the lack of young GOP activists, but when young conservatives like Niedert take a greater stand for conservative causes than they do, said curmudgeons gripe and tone police about being “the better man” to traitors, or some other effeminate balderdash. With this treatment, it is no wonder more zoomers are uninvolved.
Fortunately, young conservatives have persevered, even with opposition from both their own party and Leftards. Niedert is choosing to fight on, further exposing Antifa weirdos that keep harassing her.
Instead of condemning her like certain others, Niedert’s heroic efforts should be commended. Young Conservatives of Texas - UNT, is a role model as to how Rightist youth groups should organize and go on offense; they truly are the future of a resurgent America. May all punching right forever be anathema to the conservative movement. Remember, never be afraid to expose Leftists destroying your communities, after all “have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them” (Ephesians 5:11).