The Truth About the Anti-Trump Chicago Riot

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    Mar 13, 2016 2:51 AM GMT
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    Mar 13, 2016 2:53 AM GMT
    Bernie Sanders supporters are losers....who will return to their sad, loser lives....regardless of who wins the election.

    I blame moveon.org and other leftwing agitator groups for manipulating these poor, mentally unstable people. Leftwing Democrat, George Soros seeded Black Lives Matter with over $30 million....all geared to stifle our free elections. What's next? Threatening Trump voters at the polls?
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    Mar 13, 2016 2:58 AM GMT
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    Ted Cruz is very Machiavellian.

    He'd rather see Hillary win, but only because that improves his chances in 2020.
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    Mar 13, 2016 8:20 AM GMT
    regressive left
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    Mar 13, 2016 11:49 AM GMT
    No hyperbole at all in the video. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Mar 13, 2016 3:36 PM GMT
    they created more Trump supporters by trying to disrupt a rally and encroach on free speech.
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    Mar 13, 2016 4:06 PM GMT
    musclmed saidthey created more Trump supporters by trying to disrupt a rally and encroach on free speech.


    If history has taught us anything....it's that attacks on Donald Trump only make him stronger, and bring more supporters to his cause.
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    Mar 13, 2016 4:45 PM GMT
    Despite Trumps advantage in media coverage there is a media bias towards the left. The protesters at the Chicago rally were carrying professional Sander's signs and there was a facebook website up for a week.

    I will use the standard media often uses for the Right. It was "out there" and Sanders did not denounce it. Therefore he supported it no matter what he says now.

    What seems to be the attitude among the liberal left is that if we don't like the speech , its ok to quash it. If the speech makes us feel unsafe we can block it. At many college organizations you can have Lenin and Che' Guevara like speeches but anyone right of center will be protested and blocked. They think its ok and justified. Because deep down most are hypocrites and democracy and free thought is a threat to there re organization plan.
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    Mar 13, 2016 6:07 PM GMT
    musclmed saidDespite Trumps advantage in media coverage there is a media bias towards the left. The protesters at the Chicago rally were carrying professional Sander's signs and there was a facebook website up for a week.

    I will use the standard media often uses for the Right. It was "out there" and Sanders did not denounce it. Therefore he supported it no matter what he says now.

    What seems to be the attitude among the liberal left is that if we don't like the speech , its ok to quash it. If the speech makes us feel unsafe we can block it. At many college organizations you can have Lenin and Che' Guevara like speeches but anyone right of center will be protested and blocked. They think its ok and justified. Because deep down most are hypocrites and democracy and free thought is a threat to there re organization plan.

    The idea that freedom of speech should only be allowed if it does not offend is gaining traction among the far left, especially on college campuses.

    I think it would be politically advantageous to Trump to target liberal "elite" in colleges that both promote socialism and want to limit free speech. Calling them out as a malignant cesspool would probably get a lot of traction even among moderate independents.

    "...21% students -- and 30% of self-described liberals -- agreed with the statement that the 1st Amendment was an “outdated amendment that can no longer be applied in today’s society and should be changed.”
    http://www.latimes.com/opinion/opinion-la/la-ol-colleges-hate-speech-1st-amendment-20151030-story.html
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    Mar 13, 2016 6:41 PM GMT
    I saw a Trump interview on TV this morning and he obliquely warned Sanders--he asked what would happen if his supporters were to disrupt Sanders' rallies. My sense is that Trump was dropping hints to his supporters to coalesce and disrupt Sanders' rallies in retaliation. It'd be interesting to see how this unfolds, but I have a feeling that there will be tit-for-tat in the next several days.
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    Mar 13, 2016 7:26 PM GMT
    DOMINUS saidI saw a Trump interview on TV this morning and he obliquely warned Sanders--he asked what would happen if his supporters were to disrupt Sanders' rallies. My sense is that Trump was dropping hints to his supporters to coalesce and disrupt Sanders' rallies in retaliation. It'd be interesting to see how this unfolds, but I have a feeling that there will be tit-for-tat in the next several days.


    In my own opinion is that demographically the trump supporters are two busy trying to work and make ends meet. While Sanders supporters have alot of free time on there hands. I doubt it.
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    Mar 14, 2016 5:28 AM GMT
    The truth is that he cancelled the show because he would have been booed on camera.

    And to think... Only a few months ago, the stupid clown was paying people to show up at his rallies. Now he's trying to shut them out!
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    Mar 14, 2016 8:45 AM GMT
    mindgarden saidThe truth is that he cancelled the show because he would have been booed on camera.

    And to think... Only a few months ago, the stupid clown was paying people to show up at his rallies. Now he's trying to shut them out!

    Your comment does not make sense. The ones he is trying to shut out are the disruptors from these groups along with any groups organized by moveon.org.

    Here Are The Radical Leftist Anti-Trump Groups Behind The Chicago Protest
    http://dailycaller.com/2016/03/12/here-are-the-radical-leftist-anti-tump-groups-behind-the-chicago-protest/
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    Mar 14, 2016 9:48 AM GMT
    Expect retribution from a possible trump administration for this type of disruption during his election?

    he could pick a minority, say Black men or Mexicans and incarcerate them for their own protection. Random citizens start become missing and expand Guantanamo Bay ten fold.

    Yellow Badges for Mexicans & Muslims, would not need no badges for Black people

    separation from society and subsequent ghettoization of gay men

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    Mar 14, 2016 11:12 AM GMT
    campaign events are private events. They are rented out by the particular candidate. They can invite anyone or exclude anyone, especially ones that cause to disrupt and be violent.

    The Trump campaign should seek a court order to bar Moveon.org and other organizations from organizing these protests. They are not protected . When you come uninvited or storm a stage that is not protected speech.

    Moveon is actively raising money on stopping Trump rally's. Which if you really think about Moveon.org's view of the country they feel they know better than most and and would block speech if they were in power.

    For those who equate Trump with Hitler, what is next? What is out of bounds from stopping him? im curious.
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    Mar 14, 2016 1:43 PM GMT
    musclmed said... For those who equate Trump with Hitler, what is next? What is out of bounds from stopping him? im curious.


    just dont vote for him.
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    Mar 14, 2016 2:08 PM GMT
    I was responding to your idea that there would be "retribution" from a future Trump administration.

    But you ignore the illegal organizing to disrupt private rallies.
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    Mar 14, 2016 2:43 PM GMT
    my plan is to not vote for him
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    Mar 14, 2016 3:34 PM GMT
    musclmed said
    But you ignore the illegal organizing to disrupt private rallies.


    I've seen no evidence to support this assertion. I've seen Trump accuse Sander's campaign of doing this, but where's the evidence. I've heard pundits in the media accuse the Clinton campaign. Still no evidence. And I've heard many callers on Washington Journal accuse moveon.org. Again, no evidence.

    What I believe is that peaceful protests were staged outside the rallies, and a few of the more militant anti-Trump people worked their way inside, only to be met with a crowd that was riled up by the candidate.

    Further, the events were there was the most disruption were in three of the biggest racial powderkegs in the country, Chicago, St. Louis, and Cleveland.

    There is a compilation of sound bites from Trump doing said riling at each of his rallies over the last couple months, ramping up his rhetoric as the campaign progresses. "Knock the crap of them." "Carry them out on a stretcher." Rather than trying to keep the peace, he goads his supporters to rip people out of their chairs and do whatever they have to, promising to pay any legal fees the might incur.

    There is no GOP candidate who isn't dangerous, with the possible exception of Kasich.

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    Mar 15, 2016 12:26 AM GMT
    Trump's first act in office should be to cancel all of their welfare and food stamp payments.
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    Mar 15, 2016 12:59 AM GMT
    libertpaulian saidTrump's first act in office should be to cancel all of their welfare and food stamp payments.


    You've learned how to judge entire falsely constructed swatches of minorities while invoking and basing your argument on factually inaccurate stereotypes......

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    libertpaulian saidTrump's first act in office should be to cancel all of their welfare and food stamp payments.


    You've learned how to judge entire falsely constructed swatches of minorities while invoking and basing your argument on factually inaccurate stereotypes......

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    He was referring to democrat welfare queens in general.

    You're the racist one making that assumption about race.
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    Mar 15, 2016 1:14 AM GMT
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    musclmed said
    But you ignore the illegal organizing to disrupt private rallies.


    I've seen no evidence to support this assertion. I've seen Trump accuse Sander's campaign of doing this, but where's the evidence. I've heard pundits in the media accuse the Clinton campaign. Still no evidence. And I've heard many callers on Washington Journal accuse moveon.org. Again, no evidence.

    What I believe is that peaceful protests were staged outside the rallies, and a few of the more militant anti-Trump people worked their way inside, only to be met with a crowd that was riled up by the candidate.

    Further, the events were there was the most disruption were in three of the biggest racial powderkegs in the country, Chicago, St. Louis, and Cleveland.

    There is a compilation of sound bites from Trump doing said riling at each of his rallies over the last couple months, ramping up his rhetoric as the campaign progresses. "Knock the crap of them." "Carry them out on a stretcher." Rather than trying to keep the peace, he goads his supporters to rip people out of their chairs and do whatever they have to, promising to pay any legal fees the might incur.

    There is no GOP candidate who isn't dangerous, with the possible exception of Kasich.




    MOVEON.ORG is fundraising on this.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/mar/13/moveonorg-raising-funds-from-trump-protests-warns-/

    The rallys are PRIVATE gathererings. These activities are expansions of anti free speech actions by the left.
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    Mar 15, 2016 2:44 PM GMT
    musclmed said
    Hypertrophile said
    musclmed said
    But you ignore the illegal organizing to disrupt private rallies.


    I've seen no evidence to support this assertion. I've seen Trump accuse Sander's campaign of doing this, but where's the evidence. I've heard pundits in the media accuse the Clinton campaign. Still no evidence. And I've heard many callers on Washington Journal accuse moveon.org. Again, no evidence.

    What I believe is that peaceful protests were staged outside the rallies, and a few of the more militant anti-Trump people worked their way inside, only to be met with a crowd that was riled up by the candidate.

    Further, the events were there was the most disruption were in three of the biggest racial powderkegs in the country, Chicago, St. Louis, and Cleveland.

    There is a compilation of sound bites from Trump doing said riling at each of his rallies over the last couple months, ramping up his rhetoric as the campaign progresses. "Knock the crap of them." "Carry them out on a stretcher." Rather than trying to keep the peace, he goads his supporters to rip people out of their chairs and do whatever they have to, promising to pay any legal fees the might incur.

    There is no GOP candidate who isn't dangerous, with the possible exception of Kasich.




    MOVEON.ORG is fundraising on this.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/mar/13/moveonorg-raising-funds-from-trump-protests-warns-/

    The rallys are PRIVATE gathererings. These activities are expansions of anti free speech actions by the left.


    Are they private? How does one get in?