LAST CALL: James Kirkpatrick Hosts AMA On Andy Ngo’s UNMASKED
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See earlier: April's Book Club Pick & Raffle: Andy Ngo’s Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan To Destroy Democracy

There are 24 hours left to submit your questions to be included in our Book Club Podcast—Ask Me Anything: James Kirkpatrick on Andy Ngo’s Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.

Send in your questions to by Thursday April 22nd to be included in the show.

Over the summer, we witnessed domestic terrorists known as Antifa rioting day after day across the country with no consequence. And, despite Chauvin’s murder conviction on Tuesday, it hasn’t stopped.

As Tucker Carlson said succinctly last night:

“The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial came to a unanimous and unequivocal verdict Tuesday afternoon: ‘Please don’t hurt us.’ The jurors spoke for many in this country; everyone understood perfectly well the consequences of an acquittal in this case.”

[Tucker Carlson: Jury verdict in Derek Chauvin trial a cry of 'please don't hurt us,’ by Tucker Carlson, Fox News, April 20, 2021]

Antifa, State Enforcer for the Democrats, have been plaguing immigration patriots for years. But their threat to democracy has never been more clear. After experiencing nearly a year of riots day after day with no consequence, their violence has infected even the justice system.

Minneapolis public schools preemptively shifted to remote-learning, businesses boarded up, and police in LA, 2,000 miles away blocked roads in preparation for the verdict [Minneapolis Public Schools to close in-person learning later this week in anticipation of a verdict, by Marie Fazo, New York Times, April 19, 2021]. Tucker Carlson concluded, “Why? They knew what would happen if Derek Chauvin got off.”

Worse, after Chauvin’s murder conviction, BLM and Antifa are still rioting. Andy Ngo reports on the unrest in Portland over two consecutive nights:

The lingering question—and we hope you have more—is: what can be done?

VDARE’s answer is simple: the answer to rioting is ruthless coercion.

But on the individual level, how do we fight back?

Andy Ngo sets a powerful example as the voice against Antifa violence and, last June, launched an ongoing lawsuit against Rose City Antifa and others involved in assaulting him when he was attacked an independent journalist.  

As we dig into his book, we’re looking forward to your ideas, questions, and observations. Email us at to be included in the discussion!

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