If you roll your eyes and chuckle to yourself every time some leftwing academic talks about “Pepe the frog” or the OK white supremacist hand signal, you’re going to get a kick out of this. A brand-new hate-watching group that seems to have sprung up out of nowhere overnight is very concerned about the Boogaloo. It wants the Boogaloo to be declared a national security threat. Martial law and gun confiscation should probably be imposed on the people just to be on the safe side. You know, to prevent the Boogaloo.
Now that the Southern Poverty Law Center has been discredited by the #MeToo movement and is in disarray, the globalists needed a new hate-watch group. And that group has arrived out of nowhere suddenly, calling itself the “Network Contagion Research Institute” (NCRI).
The NCRI, which none of us knew about before this week, has issued a new report on the Boogaloo and the danger that it presents to us all. The white nationalist Trump supporters (obviously) have been gathering online and sharing memes about the Boogaloo, which is the leaderless militia movement to exterminate all the minorities and take over the government.
The NCRI wants you to know that the Boogaloo is not just a bunch of online trolls sharing funny pro-Second Amendment memes. The Boogaloo is real, and it’s a clear and present danger to our way of life. Steps should be taken to address the Boogaloo.
It usually takes at least an hour of research into a think tank, following the money trail through various shell companies and no-name European investors, before finding out that George Soros is directly funding a “hate watch” group. But with the NCRI, it only takes about 5 seconds to discover this. It’s right there on the NCRI’s “About Us” page.
The Network Contagion Research Institute is funded by four entities: George Soros’ Open Society Foundations, the United Nations, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Koch brothers.
Immediately after the NCRI put out its report about the scary Boogaloo, the fake news media jumped right on the story. (It’s almost as if Soros has some sort of control over the media!)
NBC News ran a big story about how the Boogaloo nearly killed everyone in the state government in Virginia, during the Martin Luther King Day protests outside the State Capitol. You remember that, right? It was the massive, multicultural protest in favor of gun rights and in opposition to the gun ban proposals the Democrat-run legislature was planning. The totally peaceful protest where nobody got hurt, no one was arrested and where they cleaned up the trash afterwards? Yeah, that one.
That was a Boogaloo near-miss, according to NBC News. One man at the rally was carrying a protest sign that said, “I have a dream of a Boogaloo.” A gun-rights group that attended the rally wore Pepe the Frog patches on their armbands with the words, “Boogaloo Boys.”
Phew! Virginia lucked out. There was almost a Boogaloo! Better disarm everyone to prevent a Boogaloo next time, according to the NCRI and NBC News.
If this all sounds very strange, here’s a bit of an explanation. The “Boogaloo” is basically a silly term that’s been co-opted as a warning to the globalist gun-grabbers who hate Donald Trump and American gun rights (not to be confused with the Latin Boogaloo dance craze of the 1950s and ‘60s). There are memes about the Boogaloo popping up all over social media. It’s hilarious.
The Boogaloo started in the Chans which brought us the hilarious Pepe the Frog memes and other social media stunts in support of President Trump and the Make America Great Again movement, starting in 2015. And like every other time when the fake news media tries to smear gun owners, the characterization of the Boogaloo is upside down, backwards and fake.
The Boogaloo is not an organized movement to overthrow the government. The Boogaloo is the nickname for the response of patriots. The Boogaloo is what will happen if the government tries to begin mass confiscation of firearms, in direct violation of the Second Amendment.
It won’t be a pretty response. But it will be a Boogaloo.
George Soros and the Koch brothers are very concerned about the Boogaloo. They hate the idea that Americans have a right to own the means of their own defense against tyrannical government, which Soros and Friends support. Now they’re trying to convince governments that the Boogaloo is a threat.
Don’t worry, George. If you just mind your own business and do nothing, the Boogaloo won’t come for you. But if you try to come and take the guns away from law-abiding Americans, well… in that case, the Boogaloo is keeping all its options on the table.