Professional protestors triggered by the theme of this year’s Western Conservative Summit — Frontier Freedom — have organized protests both days of the event because they think the word frontier is racist and communists hate freedom.

The summit’s very theme of “Frontier Freedom” is a white-supremacist dog-whistle and an insult to the Indigenous peoples of Colorado.

The protest announcement claims that conservatives are double-dog racist haters because they had the audacity to schedule their annual summit on June 18 and 19.

The 19th of course is Juneteenth. Congress this week declared it a new federal holiday.

We’re pretty sure the holiday is not just restricted to only the wokest of woke white people permitted to leave their homes for the sole purpose of protesting other white people they perceive as racist for using words like frontier, and freedom.

“The final frontier is racist, Jim. You can’t take us there anymore.”

Their rant continues:

Their choice to hold this meeting on Juneteenth is clearly racist. Their choice to feature noted anti-LGBTQ+ bigots during Pride Month is not a coincidence. The summit’s move to a non-union venue exploits Denver workers, including the majority-immigrant service staff at the Hyatt Regency, who will be subjected to two days of racism and xenophobia.

If their message sounds like it was composed by a communist subcommittee of box checkers, that’s because it was.

The protest will be attended by members of Denver Communists, Front Range Mutual Aid Network, WITCH Denver, Front Range Community Defense Collective, Anon Resistance Movements, Anti-Repression Colorado, and Denver Action Network.

The summit, or as the communist coalition of anarchists refers to it, the blight on Denver, will host numerous speakers including Antifa Public Enemy Number One: “Portland’s right-wing provocateur and infamous milkshake-wearer Andy Ngo, among various other d-list culture-war reactionaries.”

Ngo was brutally beaten by antifa while covering one of those Peaceful Portland Protests a few weeks ago. His appearance in Denver is one of their top 5 emotional triggers.

Ngo said that four other journalists were standing by, but only started photographing when police arrived at the scene and never recorded any evidence of Antifa wrongdoing. He argued that there’s a small cabal of journalists who comply with Antifa rules to avoid the repercussions, such as assault or property theft. Ngo himself knows first hand the consequences meted out to journalists who report on the group’s wanton destruction; he was hospitalized with a brain hemorrhage in 2019 after being attacked by an Antifa mob while reporting in Portland.

Here are the speakers lined up for this weekend’s real summit:

Memo to the communist coalition: “Propaganda” is misspelled on your Facebook event page.