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In Alabama, they do things differently than in, say, California.

Or New York.

Or, perhaps, Minneapolis.

And by “they,” I don’t just mean the government, but the residents.

As you well know, at the moment, people in masks and hoods have decided that the best way to protest a killer destroying the life of an innocent person is to break windows and get themselves a Rolex.

And some Jordans.

And a Gucci bag.

And to destroy the small businesses of innocent persons.

And now, there’ve been claims the looting will move into neighborhoods.

NOT GOOD.

And if that happens in significant ways — or if rampant looting and destruction of private property occurs — in Alabama, it likely won’t go well for the masked and hooded.

Such was the recent contention of a man who posted a video online which was shared by conservative radio host and author Larry Elder.

Larry wrote, “To would-be outside agitators, a gentle heads-up from my mom’s home state of Alabama…”

Turning Point USA Chief Creative Officer Benny Johnson posted the video by “6’5″ & Jacked” former D1 athlete and “black conservatarian” Malcolm FleX.

Malcom advised those professional, mobile looters not to consider Alabama the Beautiful as a fertile place to ply their trade.

[Major Language Warning]

Mr. FleX, standing in the woods, laid out his thoughts. I’ve converted some choice words to provide more of a Leave It to Beaver kind of presentation. But I believe you’ll still get the message:

So to all aspiring Antifa, just, ya know, if you’re thinking about coming here to Alabama, ya know, or getting bused in or doing some [stuff] here, you might not wanna do that. I’m gonna be honest.

Malcolm delivered a picture of possibility:

So stay y’all [behinds] the [heck] home. ‘Cause the worst thing that happens is you come down here thinking that you’re gonna start some kind of [doggone] revolution and burn down some local businesses that we use, and you’re gonna get:

1. Your neck broke
2. Your teeth kicked in
and
3. Your [stuff] pushed back

And you really don’t want that. Let me just go ahead and tell you.

In case people got lost during his instruction, Malcolm recapped:

So, again, all aspiring Antifa members: Stay y’all [behinds] the [heck] out of Alabama.

He even served up an alternative for everyone:

Or at least just stay the [heck] home and tweet about it, man. C’mon, now.

And then, to show he’s a nice guy:

Be safe.

To be clear, I don’t condone any kind of violence. If I had to guess, I’d say neither does Malcolm. I believe he was only trying to help.

He may have crystallized the situation, at least where citizens of very-pro-2nd Amendment Alabama are concerned.

And I’m sure his advice could apply to a lot of places outside the nation’s metropolises (see more from RedState’s Brandon Morse).

So to any Antifa folks considering invading places hosting homeowners with American flags, gun racks on pickups, a collection of camouflage clothing, and coffee table books boasting titles such as Guns & Ammo — or virtually any driveway bearing bumper stickers of either “War Eagle” or “Roll Tide” — I second Malcom FleX: You might not wanna do that.

Spread the word.

And peace be unto you.

-ALEX

 

See 3 more pieces from me:

Amid the Rubble, One Small Business Owner Finds the Charity and Kindness of His Fellow Americans

Mayor Bill de Blasio Gets Down to the Heart of the Riots: It’s Donald Trump’s Fault

‘F-ing Nazis!’ A Man in a Red Hat is Chased and Attacked by a South Carolina Mob

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