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WATCH: Trevor Loudon confronts Socialist Ed Balls at #SCTeaParty18 (video)

Submitted by on January 22, 2018 – 6:25 pm EST3 Comments

Trevor Loudon and Greg Cummings confront Socialist Ed Balls at South Carolina Tea Party Convention

British Fabian Socialist leader and former British Labour Party Shadow Councillor for Education Ed Balls is working on a BBC documentary about America under President Trump. Balls will presumably be putting a negative spin on Americans, particularly American conservatives. The Fabian Society “is a British socialist organisation whose purpose is to advance the principles of democratic socialism via gradualist and reformist effort in democracies, rather than by revolutionary overthrow.”

Their Coat of Arms is literally a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Ed Balls addressing Fabian Society in 2012

Fabian Society Coat of Arms via Wikipedia Commons

On the last day of this weekend’s South Carolina Tea Party Convention held in Myrtle Beach, Balls managed to get himself on stage where he lectured to the Tea Party crowd about his country’s perception of the political division in America. He claimed that the British are “concerned” that President Trump may do something “macho” like provoking a war with North Korea. Expressing his hope for “unity,” Balls also expressed that our friends across the pond are very worried about political polarization in America.

Before he and his film crew left after Ball’s impromptu speech, Trevor Loudon and Greg Cummings, Vice President, US First Defense Coalition engaged in a gentlemanly, but heated discussion with Ed Balls about the United States Constitution, Islam, and the very real difference between a “Democracy” and a “Constitutional Republic.”

Watch the conversation here:

Watch Trevor Loudon’s speech at the convention here:

Watch Greg Cumming’s speech at the convention here:

Visit the South Carolina Tea Party website HERE!



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