Township Shuts Down 100-Yr-Old, 37-Member Volunteer Fire Company Because One Firefighter 'Tried to Join The Proud Boys'Chris Menahan
Sep. 06, 2019
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Haverford Township's Board of Commissioners would rather their citizens die in a fire than be saved by anyone affiliated with the pro-Western civilization group the Proud Boys.
From The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Closed Haverford fire company defends 'caring' firefighter who tried to join far-right Proud Boys":
A day after Haverford Township officials shut down the Bon Air Fire Company for not parting with a volunteer who had tried to join the far-right men’s group the Proud Boys, the company issued a statement Thursday defending the firefighter and its decision to keep him.Thought crimes are the ultimate crimes.
Here's their statement in full:
This all started because an antifa activist reported McClay to the thought police for a thought crime:
The controversy surrounding McClay began in mid-August, when an antifascist activist notified Haverford officials of the volunteer’s association with a local chapter of the Proud Boys, who advocates for “closed borders," “anti-political correctness," and “venerating the housewife.” In the past, the group’s leadership has denied valuing white supremacy, although members have shared white nationalist content.This was the doxer:
Take that, volunteer firefighters!
Remember, President Trump is a "white supremacist" according to all the leading 2020 Democrats so under these rules everyone who ever shared any pro-Trump content is also a "white supremacist" who needs to be shut down.
After they learned of McClay’s involvement with the Proud Boys, township officials questioned the volunteer, who acknowledged that he had been trying to join the Proud Boys. He also told them he had attended “several social events” and passed two of the four steps required for membership.It's true they're not "talking about" punishing people for their political beliefs, they're *actively* punishing people for their political beliefs.
The McClays, Halphen said, have a tradition of firefighting.Listen to how this story was reported by America's Pravda:
The township needs to be sued.
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