“That ‘patriotic’ friend of yours you’re currently texting about protesting Trump’s arrest in NYC is a federal informant and your text messages from today are going to be read out loud in front of a jury of 12 NYC communists who hate you,” Kelly first tweeted. “Just a heads up.” Walsh retweeted Kelly, agreeing “100 percent” with him. “This is 100 percent correct,” Walsh wrote. “They are hoping for January 6 part 2 and will do everything they can to engineer it.” Kelly, in particular, doubled down on that rhetoric, going so far as to actually criticize Trump for his “PROTEST” remarks.
This is 100 percent correct. They are hoping for January 6 part 2 and will do everything they can to engineer it. https://t.co/77bYJqNpBx— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) March 18, 2023
“Again, what’s happening to Trump is beyond injustice but do NOT go to a communist city to protest,” Kelly wrote. “And if you do, you better be a rapper cause that’s the only way you’re getting that pardon from him if he wins again.” Kelly was referring to rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, both of whom received pardons from Trump during the end of his presidency. “This is abuse of his followers and I despise it,” Kelly added. Whether you agree with Kelly’s harsh assessment or not, it’s hard to deny that it does smell fishy with the way all of the establishment media and leftists are in lockstep with accusing Trump of potentially inciting violence. But, to be fair to Trump, there are many forms of protest. Just because the left wants to associate all protests with the events on Jan. 6 (at least if those protests originate from Trump supporters), doesn’t make it fact. Put up a MAGA bumper sticker. Hang up a Trump flag. Let the world know that you obviously disagree with the gross political targeting of a former president from a hideously biased Biden administration. Just let the world know without risking arrest. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Again, what’s happening to Trump is beyond injustice but do NOT go to a communist city to protest. And if you do, you better be a rapper cause that’s the only way you’re getting that pardon from him if he wins again.This is abuse of his followers and I despise it. pic.twitter.com/vqc0Uofyct — Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) March 20, 2023