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Iron Chef 11-10-2016 7:49am

Protests Erupted In Several Cities Over Trump Victory
 
The great unwashed are having a tantrum. :seasix:

And I thought the DNC and George Soros were done funding staged protests.

Fasglas 11-10-2016 7:54am

Curiously, what exactly, is the POINT of all these "protests"?

VatorMan 11-10-2016 7:55am

What kills me is the Democrat party believes they are the party of peace. :wtf:

VITE1 11-10-2016 8:02am

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Originally Posted by VatorMan (Post 1514794)
What kills me is the Democrat party believes they are the party of peace. :wtf:

Yet we know they PAID people to protest Trump rallies, Their union muscle attacked conservatives from Wisconsin down to Texas, They financed BLM and now this.

Why does ANYONE think they are the "Peace party"? They are actually the "Piece party" because they want thier piece of the action to keep the money rolling in.

Iron Chef 11-10-2016 8:19am

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Originally Posted by Fasglas (Post 1514792)
Curiously, what exactly, is the POINT of all these "protests"?

That's what I'm trying to figure out. :confused5:

DropTheTop 11-10-2016 8:37am

Imagine the immediate rise of the labor force participation rate percentage, if someone could just aim those lemmings to the nearest cliff/bridge.

VITE1 11-10-2016 8:45am

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Originally Posted by Fasglas (Post 1514792)
Curiously, what exactly, is the POINT of all these "protests"?

Saul Alinsky's 12 Rules for Radicals | Best of Beck
The left need to keep us divided.

Mike Mercury 11-10-2016 8:58am

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Originally Posted by Fasglas (Post 1514792)
Curiously, what exactly, is the POINT of all these "protests"?

Nike came out with a new version of Air Jordan shoes; need reason to loot.






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Craig 11-10-2016 8:58am

I was in Oakland late last week, glad I got out when I did.

Chris Fowler 11-10-2016 9:30am

In Austin one of the protests was headed by a sitting city council member... :rolleyes:

Cybercowboy 11-10-2016 9:35am

They were literally bused in to the Austin protest. A bunch of charter buses were parked just a few blocks away. You have to plan that in advance, so yeah this is more Bob Creamer/Soros bird dog crap.

aerovette 11-10-2016 9:44am

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Originally Posted by Fasglas (Post 1514792)
Curiously, what exactly, is the POINT of all these "protests"?

I ask myself this all the time. They have no end game beyond the immediate disruption. If this goes on for his entire time as president, life as we know it will hit 11 on the suck knob.

They don't know why they are there, they don't know what they want, they don't know how to get it if they did know. It is flocks of sheeple gathering to see what the other sheeple are gathering for.

Meaningless and mindless.

take all that energy and tear down a crack house, patch and paint ghetto project walls, teach a poor kid to read, do something productive you freakin' waste cases.

Your bleeding hearts suddenly stop bleeding when you might have to do something productive. Fuktards pure and simple.

Cybercowboy 11-10-2016 9:52am

Here are the Austin buses.

DAB 11-10-2016 9:55am

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Originally Posted by aerovette (Post 1514822)
I ask myself this all the time. They have no end game beyond the immediate disruption. If this goes on for his entire time as president, life as we know it will hit 11 on the suck knob.

They don't know why they are there, they don't know what they want, they don't know how to get it if they did know. It is flocks of sheeple gathering to see what the other sheeple are gathering for.

Meaningless and mindless.

take all that energy and tear down a crack house, patch and paint ghetto project walls, teach a poor kid to read, do something productive you freakin' waste cases.

Your bleeding hearts suddenly stop bleeding when you might have to do something productive. Fuktards pure and simple.

rather like a child being told no more sweets, it'll ruin your dinner. and go take the trash out.

they yell and complain, and at the end of the day, the trash is still not taken out, they are fat and lazy, and they haven't improved themselves nor their environment.

out of work and looking for something to do? grab a broom and dust pan, at least clean up your local environment. do something useful. yelling without purpose is not useful.

OddBall 11-10-2016 9:59am

Liberal's national tantrum day.

OddBall 11-10-2016 10:31am

I wonder how many of the protesters actually bothered to vote.

Truck Guy 11-10-2016 10:34am

http://www.exposureguide.com/media/2...reenberg-1.jpg

:hurray:

Mike Mercury 11-10-2016 10:38am

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Originally Posted by OddBall (Post 1514845)
I wonder how many of the protesters actually voted
only once.

fixt.

chinaski 11-10-2016 11:34am

The radio station I work on interviewed some of these nitwits. One guy said that we are going to 'Impeach' Trump. Umm, yeah right Moron. Probably a professional College student...go back to civics classes asshole.

This other brawd was crying like a baby, and describing how she is simply going through the 'grieving process' and was now getting 'angry' etc.

These people are colossal dip shits of the highest order.

chinaski 11-10-2016 11:36am

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Originally Posted by OddBall (Post 1514845)
I wonder how many of the protesters actually bothered to vote.

Yeah exactly. I wondered the same thing. WTF are you protesting? It's over. If you desired a different outcome, maybe you should have put the bong and cheetos down and worked for it.

I am ashamed to share air with these people. :wtf:

Uncle Meat 11-10-2016 12:11pm

http://www.kilmer-family.com/temp/riot.jpg

FasterTraffic 11-10-2016 12:27pm

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Originally Posted by Uncle Meat (Post 1514878)

:funny: :funnier: :funniest:

aerovette 11-10-2016 12:46pm

Unlawful Assembly

A meeting of three or more individuals to commit a crime or carry out a lawful or unlawful purpose in a manner likely to imperil the peace and tranquillity of the neighborhood.

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees individuals the right of freedom of assembly. Under the Common Law and modern statutes, however, the meeting of three or more persons may constitute an unlawful assembly if the persons have an illegal purpose or if their meeting will breach the public peace of the community. If they actually execute their purpose, they have committed the criminal offense of riot.

Under the common law, when three or more individuals assembled for an illegal purpose, the offense of unlawful assembly was complete without the commission of any additional Overt Act. Some modern state statutes require both assembly and the commission of one of the acts proscribed by the statutes, even if the purpose of the assembly is not completed. Generally, an unlawful assembly is a misdemeanor under both common law and statutes.

The basis of the offense of unlawful assembly is the intent with which the individuals assemble. The members of the assembled group must have in mind a fixed purpose to perform an illegal act. The time when the intent is formed is immaterial, and it does not matter whether the purpose of the group is lawful or unlawful if they intend to carry out that purpose in a way that is likely to precipitate a breach of the peace.

An assembly of individuals to carry on their ordinary business is not unlawful. Conversely, when three or more persons assemble and act jointly in committing a criminal offense, such as Assault and Battery, the assembly is unlawful. All those who participate in unlawful assemblies incur criminal responsibility for the acts of their associates performed in furtherance of their common objective. The mere presence of an individual in an unlawful assembly is enough to charge that person with participation in the illegal gathering.


CLEARLY there is cause for arrests, yet nothing is done.

Der Flieger 11-10-2016 1:05pm

The riot crews are under contract. It's a business. Since there was some $ left in the "demonstrator" fund, people will get paid. It's a JOB! (kinda') Taxable, too. Checks and balances.

JRD77VET 11-10-2016 8:18pm

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Originally Posted by Fasglas (Post 1514792)
Curiously, what exactly, is the POINT of all these "protests"?

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Originally Posted by Iron Chef (Post 1514798)
That's what I'm trying to figure out. :confused5:

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Originally Posted by OddBall (Post 1514828)
Liberal's national tantrum day.

:iagree: They are all butt hurt and require a time out plus a hug :rofl:

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Originally Posted by Uncle Meat (Post 1514878)


We were disappointed but went back to our jobs and WORKED :yesnod:

stingraymyway 11-10-2016 8:40pm

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Originally Posted by VatorMan (Post 1514794)
What kills me is the Democrat party believes they are the party of peace. :wtf:

Wouldn't know common sense if it hit them in the head.

6spdC6 11-11-2016 8:20am

I have a few questions about the Trump protestors.

#1 How many of these are illegal aliens?

#2 How many are on welfare?

#3 How many of these slugs have a job?

#4 How many pay taxes?

#5 How many have a criminal record?

boracayjohnny 11-11-2016 8:27am

Read up on George Soros.

Iron Chef 11-11-2016 9:02am

I give it a day or two more and then either the money will run out or they'll find something else to chase after. By Monday it should be all over.

99 pewtercoupe 11-11-2016 9:20am

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Originally Posted by boracayjohnny (Post 1515301)
Read up on George Soros.

Absolutely! This is the guy pulling a lot of strings and financing most of it

George Soros: Top 10 Reasons He Is Dangerous | Human Events

Human Events’ readers, in an online poll, recently voted billionaire financier George Soros “the single most destructive leftist demagogue in the country.” Here are the Top 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous:

. Gives billions to left-wing causes: Soros started the Open Society Institute in 1993 as a way to spread his wealth to progressive causes. Using Open Society as a conduit, Soros has given more than $7 billion to a who’s who of left-wing groups. This partial list of recipients of Soros’ money says it all: ACORN, Apollo Alliance, National Council of La Raza, Tides Foundation, Huffington Post, Southern Poverty Law Center, Soujourners, People for the American Way, Planned Parenthood, and the National Organization for Women.


2. Influence on U.S. elections: Soros once said that removing President George W. Bush from office in 2004 was the “central focus of my life.” He put his money where his mouth is, giving $23.58 million to various 527 groups dedicated to defeating Bush. His early financial support helped jump-start Barack Obama’s political career. Soros hosted a 2004 fund-raiser for Obama when he was running for the Illinois Senate and gave the maximum-allowed contribution within hours of Obama’s announcement that he was running for President.



3. Wants to curtail American sovereignty: Soros would like nothing better than for America to become subservient to international bodies. He wants more power for groups such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, even while saying the U.S. role in the IMF should be “downsized.” In 1998, he wrote: “Insofar as there are collective interests that transcend state boundaries, the sovereignty of states must be subordinated to international law and international institutions.”

4. Media Matters: Soros is a financial backer of Media Matters for America, a progressive media watchdog group that hyperventilates over any conservative view that makes it into the mainstream media. Now its founder, David Brock, has openly declared war on Fox News, telling Politico that the group was mounting “guerrilla warfare and sabotage” against the cable news channel, and would try to disrupt the commercial interests of owner Rupert Murdoch—an odd mission for a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational foundation that is barred from participating in partisan political activity.

5. MoveOn.org: Soros has been a major funder of MoveOn.org, a progressive advocacy group and political action committee that raises millions for liberal candidates. This is the group that had on its website an ad comparing President George W. Bush to Adolf Hitler and ran the infamous “General Betray Us” ad in the New York Times, disparaging the integrity of Gen. David Petraeus.

6. Center for American Progress: Headed by John Podesta, White House chief of staff under President Clinton, the Center for American Progress has been instrumental in providing progressive talking points and policy positions for the Obama administration. There has also been a revolving door between the White House and the Soros-funded think tank, with Obama staffing his administration with many CAP officials.

7. Environmental extremism: Former Obama green jobs czar Van Jones and his leftist environmental ideas have been funded by Soros’ money at these groups: the Ella Baker Center, Green For All, the Center for American Progress, and the Apollo Alliance, which was instrumental in getting $110 billion in green initiatives included in Obama’s stimulus package. Soros also funds the Climate Policy Initiative to address global warming and gave Friends of the Earth money to “integrate a climate equity perspective in the presidential transition.”

8. America Coming Together: Soros gave nearly $20 million to this 527 group with the express purpose of defeating President Bush. A massive get-out-the-vote effort, ACT’s door-to-door canvassing teams included numerous felons, its voter registration drives were riddled with fraud, and it handed out incendiary fliers and made misleading taped phone calls to voters. ACT was fined $775,000 by the Federal Election Commission for violations of various federal campaign finance laws.

9. Currency manipulation: A large part of Soros’ multibillion-dollar fortune has come from manipulating currencies. During the 1997 Asian financial crisis, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad accused him of bringing down the nation’s currency through his trading activities, and in Thailand he was called an “economic war criminal.” Known as “The Man who Broke the Bank of England,” Soros initiated a British financial crisis by dumping 10 billion sterling, forcing the devaluation of the currency and gaining a billion-dollar profit.

10. Delusions: Soros has repeatedly said that he sees himself as a messianic figure. Who but a megalomaniac would make these comments? “I admit that I have always harbored an exaggerated view of my self-importance—to put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god” or “I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise I might end up in the loony bin.” If only the loony bin were an option. As it is, one of the wealthiest men in the world is using his billions to impose a radical agenda on America.


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