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Hot Legs: Big bad Antifa becomes a figure of fun

Hot Legs: Big bad Antifa becomes a figure of fun

One hundred nights of rioting in Portland, and what has Antifa gotten for it?

Looks like a Trump surge in the polls and a new role as a national laughingstock.

Call it Peak Antifa. 

Because based on a lot of things coming out about this big bad self-styled violent “revolutionary” collective, people are starting to find reasons to…laugh.

Ridicule, and better still, scorn, is a brutal antidote to starry-eyed radical delusions, and the extent of it now should affect recruiting.

Already they have been getting there.  Think of the laughter that’s been coming about from their arrest appearances to start.

Arrested at the Portland #antifa riot:

Michael Skaggs, 23: felony riot

Joel Beal, 32, of Skull Valley, Ariz.: felony riot

Jawad Fakhuri, 35: felony riot, felony unlawful use of a weapon & more; bailed out

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 8, 2020

Think also of the existence of a code-violating slop house that feeds them, called “the riot kitchen.”

Or the recent incident where a busted Antifa member balled up and bawled when he learned he had been arrested.

Now we’re getting into real ridicule — and scorn.

Antifa has been trying to con us for years into thinking it’s some kind of army of revolution.  Now the truth is out: these people are just clowns setting their pants on fire.

Since this video ran, there’s this spontaneous upsurge in video mockery of Antifa from all over, based on an incident in Portland marking the 100th night of Antifa riots.

A rioter who hurled a lit Molotov cocktail at a police car accidentally dropped the thing on his feet, set his feet on fire, and triggered some of the funniest videos of the year, as the man goose-stepped out of there with feet on fire, and scurried for cover, thrashing, making the fire worse, as AT’s Andrea Widburg noted here, only to have the cops step in and end the foot barbecue then and there.  If you look at the video, ask yourself how those moves differ from those of actual circus clowns.

PJ Media has a hilarious collection of spontaneous artistry, showing the rioter’s herky-jerky flight from the fire, set to music — from Rod Stewart’s “Hot Legs,” to Kenny Loggins’s “Footloose,” to Boots Randolph’s “Yakity Sax,” to Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire” to Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” and a whole lot of other worthy artistic interpretations.

At first, I was not inclined to make fun of the incident, let alone laugh, since, at the beginning, when the video got out there, it wasn’t known who set the fire, and it was possible the man with his feet on fire had been an innocent bystander.  When it was learned he wasn’t, well, it got funny — laugh-out-loud funny as the crisp, merciless cadences of music played while the rioter thrashed, and the leftists surrounding the guy on fire fanned the flames, making it worse, huffing and squawling in panic through the whole thing, truly like circus clowns putting on a show.

Here are a few favorites:


Why do these make us laugh?  Because they demonstrate what a bunch of filthy incompetents Antifa are, stupid to the extreme, and fully deserving of the consequences of “stupid.”  They remain problematic to be sure, but they’re also easily dispensed with should the cities tolerating them get some actual leadership.  They aren’t the important force to be reckoned with that they say they are.  Far from being big dreaded revolutionaries, they are actually a bunch of doofuses who are easily thrown into confusion, allowed to get away with it only because Portland’s leaders are even stupider.  That sends a signal to voters that the guy to vote for, for president, is the one who understands leadership.  We all know who that is.

Screen shots from Twitter video posted by Andy Ngo, credited to Tayler Hansen.  Enhanced with FotoSketcher.

Published at Tue, 08 Sep 2020 05:00:00 +0000