Rest in Power

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Now, normally, when people die, you would say "rest in peace," right? Wrong! In the screwed-up world of social justice which is defined by basement dwellers, the term "Rest in Power" is used instead when someone aligned with their radical far-left ideologies ends up kicking the bucket, or someone who is aligned with social justice proper. Whether they become an hero, are murdered, or just naturally die, expect this phrase to be uttered on different social media sites by people.

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