Here is the latest communication from Team Gallo.
“Time for Tony and the Team to ‘take it to the streets’!!…This campaign is going to be an all out war.” There is nothing unusual about using rhetoric when preaching to the choir; however, the comments seem to echo a disconcerting theme that is quite familiar to associates of Team Gallo.
“IF this article is true, and if rival gangs can put their guns down and take up arms against a common enemy, then there truly is a change of tides coming and those who oppose the common good of the People, and our rights and liberties, ought to be concerned. Very concerned.”
“The increasing brutality perpetrated upon the People by rogue cops will push us over the edge and force us into the streets where we will engage the police apparatus en masse and turn the tide on the debate (and them).”
“Damn shame that the revolutionaries here have to be gang members as opposed to citizens or people (which they are but you can’t so readily marginalize a citizen). Let’s see what happens.”
“Yesterday, the sky had a large number of chem trails. They [sic] poisoning of the people continues.”
“The change of heart happened in 1939 because Mussolini decided to nationalize the Banca d’Italia, thus getting in the way of the financial masters who decided that he had to be eliminated. The aforementioned financial masters are the same ones that are destroying the fabric of societies (yes, plural) today.”
Not all “revolutionaries” bear red, white, and blue; some just bring red. Which type should we expect from Councilmen Tony Gallo and Efraim Spagnoletti? (Hint: Read “Team Gallo: Our Ideas Are So Good That You Can’t Tell the Truth” and “Spagnoletti: ‘Proud to be Standing With Giacomo Vee‘.”)