On March 20, 2017, George Washington University student Aidan Johnston went undercover and attended the 2017 People’s Climate March planning meeting. The March is scheduled for Saturday, April 29 in Washington D.C.
“We wanted to see if this meeting was really about climate change and protecting the environment, or if it was actually about bringing down capitalism and advocating socialism,” said Johnston. “I had no idea that it was going to turn into advocating for violence.”
Reverend Graylan Halger of Plymouth UCC Church in Washington D.C. took to the microphone, called out “greedy” billionaires and the fallacies of capitalism, then threatened violence against those who got in the way of creating a new order.
“We need to jack up those who are trying to jack us up!” “We gotta put our bodies on the line. Somebody, and somebodies, are gonna need to go to jail. And somebodies, are gonna need to disrupt some things in this country.”
Those are just a few excerpts of the things that were said by Halger, all which were met by thunderous applause from the audience.
What does any of this have to do with climate change? Nothing. It’s never been about climate change, it’s always been about using the climate to advance communist policies, and apparently, these activists aren’t afraid to get violent for that.
“This shows that the leaders of the People’s Climate March movement have no problem with advocating for violence to achieve their new order of things,” added Johnston. “It’s actually pretty disturbing.”
This is just one of many instances where the radical left has turned to threatening and attacking opposing viewpoints, especially on college campuses. At Temple University in Philadelphia, green activists stole and destroyed CFACT’s pro-fracking signs, then proceeded to yell obscenities at CFACT activists. At Portland State University, CFACT interviewed many liberal students and faculty members who were fully supportive of throwing climate skeptics into prison, merely for having a differing opinion.