We’re closing the gap fast. Once the petition hits 100,000 signatures the government has to respond.
That’s not the purpose though. Let Microchip explain via these statements I copied from his Tweets:
let me know when you figure out that it doesn’t matter of they are made into law, it’s for agitprop
If a petition happens to be turned into policy, great, but I don’t give a shit if it does or not. It’s effective either way.
It’s about planting an idea in their head and subliminally influencing them to act on it. It’s not that hard to comprehend.
In reference to his successful antifa petition, Microchip wrote this:
Reason the Petition worked is because it forced everyone to “look at” and “consider” the question, “What is #AntiFa”? Everyone engaged.
We want everyone in America talking about George Soros and asking why he’s funding our destruction. The government isn’t going to arrest him (at least I don’t think they will), but the more he’s exposed as an evil-doer, the less effective any organization that takes his money will be.
GLP Forums has a long thread on the petition. The national media are paying attention: