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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Trump stands up to fascism

Last night, America saw fascism. An organized group of thugs, likely paid for by the billionaire plutocrats who fund Move On, succeeded in denying Trump the right to speak at a rally in Chicago.

They used the threat of violence.

But today, Trump defied fascism and spoke at several rallies.




From NBC:
A Donald Trump rally took a dramatic turn Saturday when a disturbance broke out behind him — causing Secret Service agents to jump on stage and form a wall around the candidate amid the commotion.
A campaign spokeswoman said that a man at the Dayton, Ohio, event "attempted to breach the secure buffer and was removed rapidly and professionally."
The suspect was identified as Thomas Dimassimo, 32, and was charged with disorderly conduct and inducing panic — both misdemeanors, Chief Mike Etter of the Dayton Airport Police Department told NBC News.
Dimassimo jumped the bike racks and tried to climb onto the stage, but was stopped by Secret Service stationed there, Etter said. He was being held at the Montgomery County jail in Dayton.
Trump is putting his life on the line by continuing to campaign. He opposes open borders, free trade, and political prostitution. This threatens the system. This is why there is widespread opposition among the hoity toity, and support among the hoi polloi.

The media ain't helping, as it reports his reaction to organized protests, not the fact that he continually faces this organized effort to shout him down.

Many people in journalism should be ashamed of blaming Trump for an organized effort to shout him. His "rhetoric" had nothing to do with Bill Ayers and company threatening him and his supporters with violence if he spoke.

15 comments:

  1. I find it disgraceful that the other Republican candidates are putting the blame almost entirely on Trump. Now, he does bare some responsibility, but not to the degree they are heaping upon him. The thugs that shut down the speech yesterday could have just yelled outside and held up signs, but they instead caused violence. When these thugs infiltrate Cruz, et. al, who will they blame then?

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    1. They made a serious mistake. Entranced by a tactical opportunity to slam Trump they missed the strategic threat that says "You're next."

      - Mikey NTH

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    2. "the other Republican candidates" are part and parcel of the establishment that Trump threatens.

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    3. Trump "does bear some responsibility" because he is exercising his free speech right during a political campaign?

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  2. I supported Ted Cruz in the recent Texas primary, but now I am ashamed that I did. His statement was reprehensible, and in my opinion disqualifies him from public office permanently.

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    1. I feel your pain. I want my donation back. Ugh.

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    2. I feel your pain. I want my donation back. Ugh.

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  3. What he said. I'm voting in the FL primary. Just switched my vote to Trump after Cruz and Rubio both f'ed up on this.
    -Brad

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  4. What he said. I'm voting in the FL primary. Just switched my vote to Trump after Cruz and Rubio both f'ed up on this.
    -Brad

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  5. This was the Sister Souljah moment for Cruz, Rubio and Kasich. They just doomed their campaigns and threw it all to Trump.

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  6. And the left continuously accuses Trump of having brown shirts.

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    1. One of the defining characteristics of "Progressives" is projection. Everything they accuse others of is what they do.

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  7. Bernie Sanders.

    Yesterday's man. Yesterday's ideology. Yesterday's jackbooted thugs.

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    1. Bernie has some chutzpah to blame Trump for violence caused by Bernie supporters openly carrying Bernie signs.

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