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In Portlandistan, images of knives, brass knuckles, bricks show viciousness of protests
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Leroy N. Soetoro
2017-06-05 19:43:02 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons seized
by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s downtown.

There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift clubs,
canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of brass
knuckles. Together, they offer an unsettling glimpse of the violence that
has seeped into Portland’s protests as the city has drawn extremists on
the left and right in increasing numbers, becoming something of a proxy
for the country’s ideological battles.

On Sunday, thousands of protesters and counterprotesters converged in the
heart of Portland’s business and government district for a pro-Trump free-
speech rally. Once again, throngs of black-clad anti-fascist or “antifa”
activists faced off with right-wing demonstrators in Americana garb.

Police formed barriers between the groups — and indeed many people in the
crowd demonstrated peacefully — but the day was disrupted by flare-ups.
After some antifa counterprotesters began throwing objects at police,
officers in riot gear responded with a volley of flash grenades and pepper
balls, according to local media.

Fourteen people were arrested over the course of several hours, two of
them on charges of carrying a concealed weapon.

Throughout the afternoon, police posted Twitter pictures of items they
confiscated from the demonstrators. It’s not clear whom they came from,
but police and local media said some weapons were taken as officers
cleared Chapman Square, a park where antifa activists had gathered.

There were lots of bricks, which police said protesters were lobbing at
officers from a plaza near the main rally.

Police also seized dozens of sticks, poles and batons. Objects like these
were banned from recent demonstrations in Berkeley, Calif., after groups
used them to beat each other during political standoffs there earlier this
year.

As the demonstrations dwindled and people started to leave the area,
police displayed a number of more menacing weapons, including numerous
hunting knives, folding knives, crowbars and clubs. One picture also shows
a hatchet, multiple hammers, a chain and what appear to be several cans of
mace.

Another picture shows brass knuckles, a foot-long knife, a helmet and a
sack of small smoke bombs.

Someone even brought a homemade slingshot, according to police.

While some protesters were ostensibly prepared to fight, others came ready
to defend themselves. Numerous demonstrators on both sides carried shields
and wore helmets and gas masks. Some, including self-appointed security
for the free-speech rally, even donned bulletproof vests.

Emotions are raw in Portland, where late last month 35-year-old Jeremy
Christian allegedly stabbed two men to death and seriously injured a third
amid what witnesses called an anti-Muslim tirade on a commuter train.
Christian had given Nazi salutes and screamed racial slurs at a right-wing
rally in the city in April, as The Washington Post has reported.

[‘Completely heartless’: Man charged with stealing Portland hero’s wedding
ring as he lay dying]

Since President Trump’s election in November, Portland has struggled to
quell mounting violence at political rallies from fringe groups, some of
which have been so disruptive that the city has had to cancel public
gatherings in recent weeks.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler called on the federal government to revoke the
permit for Sunday’s rally, saying that the city needed more time to mourn
and accusing organizers of promoting hate speech. “The timing and subject
of these events can only exacerbate an already difficult situation,”
Wheeler wrote in a Facebook post last week.

[Portland mayor asks feds to bar free-speech and anti-sharia rallies after
stabbings]

The rally was allowed to move forward, and organizers called on followers
to remain peaceful.

“Find it in yourself to make this day positive, with no hate and no
violence,” Joey Gibson of the conservative group Patriot Prayer told the
crowd on Sunday. “We have to understand Portland is legitimately shaken up
right now.”

“Prove them wrong,” he said. “Hatred is a disease. We need to start
spreading love to get rid of this hate.”

But some, it seems, came with their own agenda.

“I am definitely willing to use violence to make sure my family is safe
and my patriot family is safe,” Pat “Based Spartan” Washington, a well
known far-right activist and Internet personality, told the Guardian
Sunday. “But do I want it? Not necessarily. Until antifa learns not to use
violence. … God, I hate them. I look over there and I just want to smash.”

Ahead of Sunday’s demonstrations, Portland police said they had seen
threatening messages on social media. They were mobilizing accordingly, a
spokesman told the New York Times.

“It’s almost like a street fight,” Sgt. Pete Simpson said, “like a rumble,
the way it’s being advertised.”
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Just Wondering
2017-06-05 21:36:46 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons seized
by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s downtown.
There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift clubs,
canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of brass
knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them there gun
control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation of non-firearm
weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution, right?
FPP
2017-06-05 23:32:25 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons seized
by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s downtown.
There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift clubs,
canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of brass
knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them there gun
control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation of non-firearm
weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
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5/9/17
Just Wondering
2017-06-05 23:55:08 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution,
right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
Gunner Asch
2017-06-06 00:14:42 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution,
right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
No one ever wondered why the Conservatives never rioted in the past 40
yrs while the Leftists kept effective control of the government.
Rightwingers simply never riot, generally following the law.

It should be noted that the Left took their recent loss of control
really...really...really badly and are rioting everywhere.

There is coming a time when the Right is going to finally say.."Fugit"
and line up and simply shoot the Leftists dead in these riots.

Its going to be a very long, very deadly and very hot summer. All it
will take in one Lefty to bring and use a firearm at one of these
protests...and they will simply shrivel like moths in the flame of
returning muzzle blasts.


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Rex Burkheimer
2017-06-06 00:25:55 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution,
right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
No one ever wondered why the Conservatives never rioted in the past 40
yrs while the Leftists kept effective control of the government.
Rightwingers simply never riot, generally following the law.
So much for your "great cull" ever happening <chuckle>

Not the physique of someone who is ever going to "cull" anyone else:
https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNH_ROIdDzI1ZMko1qdTfvijY0tXJre9tOTDCLfmUzurNutU_GFyMKddlviNNjBqQ/photo/AF1QipNy3ni9j8r9Z-1ywCXGv9wpr-DSoQ9u93dkHSzD?key=dDlJRExKVUNJT3Q0TkVnbWw2UW5TVV9icHRHcjZB

or http://tinyurl.com/y9u7lvk9
Fletch
2017-06-06 01:02:54 UTC
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So much for your "great cull" ever happening <chuckle>
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FPP
2017-06-06 03:44:21 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
The FBI was investigating Trump BEFORE he won the election.

Sessions lied. Kushner lied. Page Lied. Manafort lied. Gordon lied.
Flint lied.
And it goes on, and on, and on.

So I say again... what tantrums? They all lied about the same thing -
having contacts with a hostile foreign government that hacked into one
side of the election, to benefit the other side.

And you think investigating an attack on our democracy by a foreign
government in order to put someone at the head of the US government who
would benefit that foreign power is a TANTRUM?

Grow up.
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hold comedians to a standard we do not hold leaders to." - Jon Stewart
5/9/17
Just Wondering
2017-06-06 07:45:28 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump

Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9

Following the announcement of Trump's election victory, large protests
broke out across the United States including other countries such as
Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Philippines, Australia, Israel
with some continuing for several days, and more protests planned for the
following weeks and months.
Protest outside Trump Tower, Chicago on November 9, 2016

November 9

Locations of protests against Donald Trump on November 9, 2016
Map of the United States
Atlanta
Atlanta
Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor
Chicago
Chicago
Cleveland
Cleveland
Dallas
Dallas
Dallas
Dallas
Detroit
Detroit
Houston
Houston
Las Vegas
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Miami
Miami
Nashville
Nashville
New York
New York
Oakland
Oakland
Omaha
Omaha
Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Phoenix
Portland
Portland
Portland
Portland
Providence
Providence
Reno
Reno
Richmond
Richmond
San Diego
San Diego
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Jose
San Jose
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City
Seattle
Seattle
Syracuse
Syracuse
Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem
Des Moines
Des Moines

Thousands of protesters took to the street in Chicago. Chicago
Tribune explains that the protest was "relatively peaceful" and was
"devoid of any of the heavy vandalism of effigy burning that occurred
elsewhere." Five people were arrested altogether.[89][90][91]

Atlanta, Georgia[92]
Boston, Massachusetts[93]
Cleveland, Ohio[94]
Dallas, Texas[95]
Detroit, Michigan[96]
Houston, Texas[97]
Los Angeles, California[98]
Miami, Florida[99]
New York City, New York[100]
Oakland, California[101]
Omaha, Nebraska[102]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[103]
Portland, Oregon[104]
Richmond, Virginia[105]
San Diego, California[106]
San Francisco, California[101]
San Jose, California[106]
Seattle, Washington[98]
Washington, D.C.[107]
Winston-Salem, North Carolina[108]

Protests also occurred at various universities, including:

Arizona State University[109]
Fisk University[110]
University of Kentucky[111]
University of Michigan[112]
University of Pittsburgh[113]

High school and college students walked out of classes to
protest.[98][114] The protests were mostly peaceful, although at some
protests fires were lit, flags were burned, and a Trump piñata was
burned.[115][116][117]

Celebrities such as Madonna, Cher, and Lady Gaga took part in New
York.[118][119][120] Some protesters took to blocking freeways in Los
Angeles, San Diego, and Portland, Oregon, and were dispersed by police
in the early hours of the morning.[121][122] One protester was hit by a
car.[123] In a number of cities, protesters were dispersed with rubber
bullets, pepper spray and bean-bags fired by police.[124][125][126]
While protests ended at 3:00 a.m. in New York City, calls were made to
continue the protests over the coming days.[127]

November 10

Protesters gathered at Trump Tower in New York on November 10.
File:Madison WI protest Donald-HD.webmPlay media
Protests in Madison, Wisconsin
"Love Trumps Hate" was a common slogan, as here at the Idaho State Capitol.

As Trump held the first transition meeting with President Obama at
the White House, protesters were outside.[128] Protests continued in
cities across the United States. International protests were held in
London, Vancouver, and Manila.[129][130] Former New York mayor Rudy
Giuliani called protesters "a bunch of spoiled cry-babies."[131] Los
Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti expressed understanding of the protests and
praised those who peacefully wanted to make their voices heard.[132]

In Austin, Texas, a young girl rallied protesters behind the
mantra: "I am a female, I am mixed race, I am a child and I cannot vote.
But that will not stop me from getting heard" after which chants of
"Love is love, and love trumps hate" followed.[133][134][135][136] In
Los Angeles, protesters continued blocking freeways.[137] A peaceful
protest turned violent when a small group began rioting and attacking
police in Portland, Oregon.[138] The protests in Portland attracted over
4,000 people and remained largely peaceful, but took to the highway and
blocked traffic.[139] Acts of vandalism including a number of smashed
windows, vandalized vehicles, and a dumpster fire caused police to
declare a riot.[139][140] Protesters tried to retain the peaceful nature
of the protest and chanted "peaceful protest".[141]

Protests were held in the following cities:

Chicago, Illinois[142]
Dallas, Texas[95]
Grand Rapids, Michigan[143]
Greensboro, North Carolina[144]
Louisville, Kentucky[145]
Madison, Wisconsin[146]
Milwaukee, Wisconsin[147]
Minneapolis, Minnesota[148]
New York City, New York[100]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[149]
Pittsburg, California[142]
Portland, Oregon[150]
Richmond, Virginia[105]
Tampa, Florida[151]

Numerous petitions were started to prevent Trump from taking
office; including a Change.org petition started by Elijah Berg of North
Carolina requesting that faithless electors in states that Trump won
vote for Clinton instead, which surpassed three million signatures.[152]

November 11

Protests occurred in the following cities:

Anchorage, Alaska[153]
Atlanta, Georgia[154]
Bakersfield, California[155]
Burlington, Vermont[156]
Columbia, South Carolina[157]
Columbus, Ohio[158]
Dallas, Texas[159]
Denver, Colorado[160]
Des Moines, Iowa[161]
Eugene, Oregon[162]
Fort Worth, Texas[163]
Grand Rapids, Michigan[164]
Iowa City, Iowa[165]
Los Angeles, California[166]
Nashville, Tennessee[110]
New Haven, Connecticut[167]
New York, New York[100]
Olympia, Washington[168]
Orlando, Florida[167]
Royal Oak, Michigan[169]
San Antonio, Texas [170]

Protests also occurred at the following schools:

Ohio State University[171]
State University of New York at New Paltz[172]
Texas State University[173]
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[174]
University of Massachusetts Amherst[175][176]
University of Miami[177]
University of North Carolina, Greensboro[178]
University of North Carolina, Wilmington[179]
University of Pacific[180]
University of Rochester[181]
Vanderbilt University[182]
Virginia Commonwealth University[183]
Wayne State University[184]
Wesleyan University[185]

A protest also occurred at the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv,
Israel.[186][187] The American and Mexican national soccer teams also
posed together in a Unity Wall in response to Trump's election before
their World Cup qualifying match in Columbus, Ohio.[188]

Michael Moore at the march against Trump, New York City, November 12, 2016

November 12

File:Protests in Los Angeles.webmPlay media
News report about the protests in Los Angeles on November 12 from Voice
of America

During a peaceful march in Oregon in the early hours of November
12, one protester was shot by an unknown assailant.[189] Police in
Portland, Oregon, said that they arrested over than twenty people after
protesters refused to disperse.[190]

Protesters at an anti-Trump rally in Indianapolis on November 12

On the first weekend day after the election, a march of over 10,000
people in Los Angeles went from MacArthur Park and shut down the busy
Wilshire Blvd corridor.[191][192] In New York City, another crowd cited
by NBC News as 25,000[193] marched from Union Square to Trump
Tower.[194][195][196] In Chicago, thousands of people marched through
The Loop.[197] In Indianapolis, about 500 people gathered at the
Statehouse, then proceeded to march downtown.[198] Protesters split off
into several groups, some of which moved to the streets and blocked
traffic.[199] Some protesters were allegedly throwing rocks at police
officers, who responded by firing non-lethal weapons.[200]

International protests also occurred in cities such as Berlin,
Germany, Melbourne, Australia and Perth, Australia and Auckland, New
Zealand.[201][202][203][204]

November 13

Protests continued in the following cities:

Chicago, Illinois[205]
Denver, Colorado[206]
Erie, Pennsylvania[193]
Fort Lauderdale, Florida[193]
Los Angeles, California[193]
Manchester, New Hampshire[207]
New Haven, Connecticut[193]
New York City, New York[193]
Oakland, California[193]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[193]
Royal Oak, Michigan[208]
San Francisco, California[193]
Springfield, Massachusetts[193]
San Antonio, Texas [209]

International protests occurred in cities including Toronto,
Canada, where about a thousand people gathered in Nathan Phillips
Square.[210][211]

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Anti-Trump protest in Silver Spring, Maryland[212]

November 14

A group of 40 protesters in Washington, D.C. staged a sit-in at
the office of prospective Senate minority leader Charles Schumer, in an
effort to change Democratic leadership and prevent the party's
collaboration with Trump. Seventeen arrests were made at that sit-in.[213]
At a small protest at Ohio State University, protest leader
Timothy Adams was attacked from behind and knocked down to the steps he
was standing on, breaking his bullhorn and glasses.[214][215]
Several school districts experienced walkouts from high school
students, many of them too young to have voted.[216]

File:Wilson High School Students Protest Trump.webmPlay media
Wilson High School students protest outside Trump Hotel in Washington,
D.C. News report from Voice of America.

November 15 – Protests occurred in the following cities and
universities:

Akron, Ohio[217]
Beltsville, Maryland[218]
Kalamazoo, Michigan[219]
Montgomery County, Maryland[220]
New York City[221]
Santa Barbara, California[222]
Washington, D.C.[221][223]
La Salle University[224]
Penn State University[225]
Rutgers University[226]
St. Mary's College of California[227]
Stanford University[228]
University of California, Riverside[229]
University of Chicago[230]
University of Illinois at Chicago[231]

Protesters in Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

November 16

Student protests continued for a third day in Montgomery
County, Maryland.[220]
Students around the country walked out of classes in an effort
to push their schools to declare themselves a "sanctuary campus" from
Trump's planned immigration policy of mass deportations.[232] The
Stanford, Rutgers, and St. Mary's protests on November 15 were among the
first.[227] Rutgers President Robert Barchi responded that the school
will protect the privacy of its undocumented immigrants.[233] California
State University Chancellor Timothy P. White made a similar
affirmation.[234] Iowa State University reaffirmed continuation of their
already existing policy.[235]
Around 350 Harvard University faculty members signed a letter
urging the administration to denounce hate speech, protect student
privacy, reaffirm admissions and financial aid policies and to make the
university a sanctuary. One of the first to sign the letter was Henry
Louis Gates Jr.[236]
The letters of Trump's name were removed from three buildings
in Manhattan, including Trump Place due to angered residents.[237]

November 17

Protest in Mission District, San Francisco, California on November 17

In the early morning in Los Angeles, protesters chanted "Fire
Bannon" in reference to Trump appointing Steve Bannon as chief White
House strategist and senior counselor on Sunday.[238][239] Bannon denied
accusations of his being a white nationalist, saying "I'm a
nationalist."[240][241]
Two students were arrested at a protest at the University of
Pittsburgh[242]
A rally was held at the University of Miami[243]
Around 100 students protested at Portland State University[244]

November 18

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Anti-Trump protest in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on November 18

Various protests occurred in Augusta, Maine,[245] Chapel Hill,
North Carolina,[246] Cleveland, Ohio,[247][248] Prince George's County,
Maryland,[249] Sacramento, California,[250] and Washington, D.C.[251]
Vice President-elect Mike Pence attended the musical Hamilton
in New York City, where he was addressed by the cast.[252]

November 19

Protesters in Chicago on November 19, Marching toward Trump Tower Chicago
Protesters at an anti-Trump rally in San Francisco
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Philadelphia anti-Trump Rally on November 19, 2016

About 3,000 formed a hand holding ring around Green Lake in
Seattle, Washington.[253]
In Chicago, approximately 2,000 protesters marched from Federal
Plaza to Trump Tower Chicago.[254][255][256][257]
Several hundred protesters rallied and marched in downtown San
Francisco.[258]
In New York City, three separate protests converged on the
heavily secured area surrounding Trump Tower in New York City, where
security guided them into a demonstration pen that had been erected
outside of the president elect's offices and residence. One group
marched from Queens.[259] One group protesting Trump's appointment of
Bannon marched from Washington Square Park. A smaller but more dramatic
group wearing stage special effects makeup of wounds and scars, marched
from Union Square to indicate the damage a Trump administration will
have on "marginalized people" including women.[260]
International protests occurred in Toronto, Canada;[261]
Melbourne, Australia;[262] and Paris, France.[263]

November 20

A 69-year-old man dressed in a U.S. Marine uniform set himself
alight in the Highland Square in Akron, Ohio, after ranting about the
need to protest Trump's election. He was hospitalized in stable
condition.[264][265]
A protest in Brooklyn Heights attracted Adam Horovitz to Adam
Yauch Park (a park named after his late-Beastie Boys bandmate), where
multiple spray-painted swastikas and the message “Go Trump" had been
discovered two days before.[266] At the protest, Horovitz released a
statement against Trump.[267]
An anti-Trump group called "Not Up For Grabs: Portland" marched
in Portland, Oregon.[268]
During a live performance on the American Music Awards of 2016,
Green Day performed their new song Bang Bang. In the middle of the song,
lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong included the anti-Trump chant "No
Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!"[269]

November 21

A rally was held outside the Rhode Island State House in
Providence, Rhode Island.[270]
A protest was held in front of the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus,
Ohio.[271]
Protests continued outside Portland City Hall in Portland,
Oregon, and a march was held later in the evening.[272]

November 22 – Students at Christopher Newport University
protested.[273]

Protest in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 23

November 23 – A protest occurred in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The
protesters called for President Obama to pardon all immigrants before
the end of his term.[274]
November 25 – On Black Friday, protesters blocked entrances to
stores on the Magnificent Mile in Chicago.[275]
November 26 – A small protest occurred at Pioneer Courthouse Square
in Portland, Oregon. Protester Bobby Lang said, "It's either sit in
horror or go out and do things."[276]
November 27 – A protest occurred at the Nebraska State Capitol
building.[277] The crowd was estimated at around 200 people.[278]
December 8 – There was controversy about the inaugural permitting
for protests.[279] Hundreds of thousands of people have organized on
Facebook to attend.[280] Partnership for Civil Justice Fund for the
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition has a lawsuit pending about protest near the
Trump Hotel.[281]
December 18 – On International Migrants Day approximately 2,000
people marched peacefully in downtown Los Angeles against Trump's
policies on immigration, the environment and healthcare.[282]
December 19 – On the day the United States Electoral College
convened protests were held at numerous state capitols, including but
not limited to those of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Tennessee,[283]
and Idaho.[284]
January 3 – Five men, including NAACP president Cornell William
Brooks, and one woman held a sit-in at Jeff Sessions' office in Mobile,
Alabama, intending to stay until Sessions withdrew his name for
consideration as United States Attorney General or they were
arrested.[285] The sit-in started at 11:00 AM and ended at 6:30 PM when
the protesters were arrested.[286]
January 14 – About 2,000 protesters, most of them African-American,
marched through rain near the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to demand
protection of civil rights and voting rights.[287]
January 19
The night before the inauguration, hundreds of people protested
outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City.[288]
During the DeploraBall in Washington, D.C., hundreds of
anti-Trump protesters demonstrated outside of the National Press
Building.[289]

Protests during the presidency
Protest in Chicago on January 20

January 20 – Fifty women from El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez,
demonstrated against the proposed wall and the Trump Administration
immigration policies by standing on the US/Mexico border, linked by
hands and braiding scarves or hair together between 7am and
9am.[290][291] The women were part of an organization called Boundless
Across Borders.[291]
January 20, inauguration – Multiple protests took place in
connection with the inauguration of Donald Trump as the President of the
United States of America.[292]

Women's March in Washington D.C.

January 21, Women's Marches – A series of political rallies known
as Women's Marches took place in locations around the world.[293][294]
Estimates suggest between 3.3 and 4.6 million people took part, making
it the largest protest in United States history.[295]
January 25 – Seven Greenpeace members climbed a construction crane
belonging to Clark Construction and displayed a large banner saying
"Resist", blocking traffic and interrupting work on a new office
building a half mile from The White House.[296]

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'Trump Immigration Order Sparks Protests at NY Airport' report from
Voice of America

January 28 – Protests occurred at airports across the US,[297]
including O'Hare International Airport in Chicago,[298] JFK Airport in
New York, SFO in San Francisco,[298][299] LAX in Los Angeles[300] and
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.[301]
January 29 – Protests against executive order 13769, banning
travelers and refugees from certain countries continue at airports and
public spaces, continue in the United States[302][303][304] and
internationally.[305]
January 30 – A protest occurred at the U.S. Consulate in Toronto,
Canada in the wake of Trump's executive order on immigration.[306] A
demonstration by Democrats was held outside of the Supreme Court to
protest the executive order.[307] Across major cities in the United
Kingdom, large crowds varying from over 200 people, protested against
the Trump Administration's order on banning travellers and refugees from
certain countries, as well supporting the petition to ban the Trump
state visit to the U.K, which gathered over one million signatures in
two days.[308][309]
January 31 – Protests against Executive Order 13769 continue. In
Las Cruces, New Mexico, demonstrators showed up outside the Islamic
Center to show support for the Muslim community.[310]

February 2017

February 2 – Yemeni business owners in New York City shut down
their various businesses from noon until 8pm to protest executive order
13769.[311] Thousands of Comcast employees in Portland, Washington,
D.C., Philadelphia and Sunnyvale walked off the job in protest of the
same executive order.[312] An LGBT anti-Trump rally was held in West
Hollywood.[313] Some Baltimore residents protested both against this
executive order and against "alleged drafts of orders" that might target
LGBT rights.[314]

February 3 – Mock vigils for the Bowling Green Massacre, a
fictitious event accidentally created by Kellyanne Conway while
defending executive order 13769 took place in Bowling Green,
Kentucky[315] and at Bowling Green train station in New York
City.[316][317] An LGBT "dance protest" was held outside the Trump
International Hotel in downtown Washington, D.C., with several hundred
participants.[318]

Protests in St. Louis
LGBT Solidarity Rally on February 4

February 4 – Protests occurred near Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in
Palm Beach.[319] Between 1,200[319] and 2,000 protesters attended,
starting outside Trump Plaza and continuing on Flagler Drive.[320]
Protests also occurred in Toronto,[321] San Francisco,[322] and London
against the travel ban.[323] The London protest also objected to Trump's
upcoming state visit.[323] Outside of the Stonewall Inn, thousands of
LGBTQ supporters protested against Trump.[324][325]
February 5 – Protests outside of Super Bowl LI took place in
Houston.[326] Hundreds attended a march going from Hermann Park to NRG
Stadium.[327] In Los Angeles, around 1,500 demonstrators protested
against the Dakota and Keystone XL pipeline project.[328]
February 6 – Around 200 people protested outside of the Trump
International Hotel in Manhattan against Executive Order 13769.[329]
Twenty rabbis were arrested in the protest.[329]
February 7 – Protesters in New York marched outside of Goldman
Sachs' headquarters to protest "Wall Street's involvement in President
Donald Trump's administration."[330]
February 10 – Thousands of protesters in Iran demonstrated against
Trump in Azadi Square on the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.[331]
February 11 – Thousands gather at Ocean Beach in San Francisco and
spell out the word "Resist !!", with overflow crowds creating an
underline.[332] In Scotland, protesters in Edinburgh demonstrate against
Trump.[333] Protests also occurred in Prague.[334] Thousands protested
in Raleigh in support of LGBT rights and against Trump.[335]
February 12 – Thousands in cities across Mexico took to the streets
in protest against Trump's attitude towards Mexicans and his proposed
border wall.[336] Hundreds of protesters in Chicago lined up along the
Chicago River and then mooned Trump Tower.[337]
February 13 – The "Day Without Latinos" strike in Milwaukee
protested both Trump-supporter, Sheriff David Clarke and the Trump
administration's aggressive moves on immigrants.[338] Students at Howard
University protested Betsy Devos's visit to the campus and have asked
campus administration to block President Trump from visiting.[339]
February 14 – A protest against the Trump administration took place
in Rochester.[340]
February 16 – A Day Without Immigrants took place around the United
States where immigrants stayed home from school, work and did not spend
money in order to show their impact on society. The protest was in
response to the Trump administration's stance on immigration and
increased federal raids.[341]

Day Without Immigrants 2017 – Protesters in Washington, D.C.

February 17 – General strike (see also: Day Without Immigrants
2017), prior to President's Day.[342][343] Hundreds of people
demonstrated against the Trump administration in Washington Square
Park.[343]
February 18 – Anti-Trump protesters demonstrated in a peaceful
protest outside of a Trump rally held at the Orlando-Melbourne
International Airport.[344] In New York, a staged funeral to "mourn the
death of the U.S. presidency took place in Washington Square Park.[345]
February 19 – Over 1,000 people participated in the "I Am a Muslim
Too" rally at Times Square.[346] The event was organized by Russell
Simmons and several religious leaders of different faiths.[346] Boston
held a rally in support of science and the environment.[345]

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'Not My President's Day Protest' video from Voice of America

February 20 – Not My Presidents Day, thousands of protesters in
cities around the country demonstrated against Trump.[347]
February 21 – Protesters participated in a "Resist Trump Tuesday"
protest in Chicago where 8 clergy members of different faiths were
arrested.[348]
February 22 – After the Trump administration rescinded the
protections for transgender students to use school restrooms that
correspond to their gender identity, protests took place. [349] There
were around 200 people demonstrating in front of the White House in
support of transgender students' rights.[350] The city council of
Richmond, California passed a resolution which supported an
investigation of Trump in relation to the Foreign Emoluments Clause of
the Constitution.[351]
February 24 – The United Talent Agency (UTA), which had already
cancelled its Oscars party, hosted a rally against Trump, called "United
Voices."[352] The event helped raise $320,000 for the ACLU and the
International Rescue Committee.[352] At the rally were Jodie Foster,
Michael J. Fox, Keegan-Michael Key and other celebrities.[353] There
were nearly 2,000 attendees.[352]
February 27 – A peaceful protest that stopped some traffic occurred
in Minneapolis in the evening. The protest drew between 150 and 200
demonstrators who protested Trump and were in support of $15 minimum
wage.[354]
February 28 – Protesters in Vancouver demonstrated anti-Trump
sentiment during the grand opening of the Trump hotel in Vancouver.[355]
Outside the White House, despite pouring rain, Rosie O'Donnell led a few
hundred protesters against Trump.[356]

March 2017

March 1 – Protests against Trump using the hashtag,
#CampusResistance, occurred on college campuses across the United
States.[357]
March 2 – Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
protested proposed budget cuts for their department. There were a "few
dozen" protesters at the Federal Plaza in Chicago.[358]
March 3 – Around 1,000 protesters in Chicago demonstrated for
transgender rights and against the Trump administration.[359] In Palm
Beach, around 100 protesters demonstrated against Trump, and one
protester was arrested and given a traffic ticket and then released.[360]
March 4 – Counter-protesters at Pro-Trump rallies (Spirit of
America) occurred on March 4, with one protest, at Berkeley, becoming a
violent clash between pro and anti-Trump groups.[361] Ten people were
arrested in connection with the violence and the protest briefly shut
down the BART station at Berkeley.[362] In Minneapolis, anti-Trump and
pro-Trump supporters also clashed and six people were arrested for
setting off firecrackers.[363]
March 6 – A rally held outside of the White House against the new
travel ban. Tom Perez was one of the speakers.[364]
March 8 – A Day Without a Woman, a call for women not to work on
International Women's Day.[365]
March 10 – Thousands of protesters marched from the US Army Corps
of Engineers headquarters to the White House to protest the Dakota
Pipeline decision by Trump.[366]
March 12 – In Baltimore, several groups protested the revised
travel ban.[367] On Sunday morning, an anonymous environmental group
carved the message "NO MORE TIGERS. NO MORE WOODS." into the greens of
the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes.[368] On the same
day, in Brentwood, Los Angeles, roughly 50–60 people protested outside
the offices of Breitbart News aiming to "hold the Trump Administration
accountable for its unprecedented assault on the free press."[369]
March 14 – Tech industry workers protested Trump's policies on Pi
Day.[370] There were a few hundred protesters in Palo Alto.[371]
March 15 – Hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside of a Trump
rally in Nashville.[372] A physician, Carol Paris, interrupted the rally
with a sign reading "Improved Medicare for All" and when she was met
with boos from the crowd, Trump stopped speaking and she was asked to
leave.[373] In Detroit, about 300 protesters demonstrated at the Willow
Run Airport and denounced Trump's environmental policies.[374]
March 17 – A small protest against Trump took in took place in
Aspen.[375] In New York, the "Irish Stand" event took place. It was led
by Aodhán Ó Riordáin in Riverside Church and opposed Trump's stance on
immigration.[376]
March 18 – Protests in London, Cardiff and Glasgow against Brexit
and Trump's "anti-migrant hysteria."[377]
March 20 – Hundreds of protesters on Monday waved signs and gave
fiery speeches at the gates to Freedom Hall ahead President Donald
Trump's visit to tout his plan to replace Obamacare, booing as Air Force
One passed overhead for landing. [378][379]
March 21 – In opposition to "Trump Care," around 300 protesters
held a "die-in" outside of the office of Representative Darrell Issa in
Vista, California.[380]
March 25 – Trump supporters clashed with Protesters after the Trump
supporters path were blocked by the protesters.[381]
March 28 – Anti-Trump Protesters Gather Outside Senator Cornyn’s
Houston Office and voice their opinion.[382]

April 2017
Tax March demonstrators outside the United States Capitol

April 1 – Hundreds of protesters showed up for a "dance party"
protest outside of Ivanka Trump's Washington, D.C. home.[383]
April 2 – Around 300 people, both pro and anti Trump came to a
rally at Esther Short Park.[384]
April 3 – Protesters displayed a banner with the words "Impeach
Trump" at the opening day game at Nationals Park.[385]
April 4 – Movie theaters across the United States and in five other
countries screened 1984 in a protest against Donald Trump.[386][387]
April 9 – More than 3,000 people came to the Dallas MegaMarch
demonstration to protest Trump's immigration policies.[388][389]
Protests against Trump's strike on Syria occurred in Milwaukee.[390]
April 10 – Children and young adults from the group, We Belong
Together, start their spring break trip to Washington D.C. to protest
Trump. They first protested on Monday outside of Mayor Carlos Gimenez's
office because the mayor of Miami-Dade County has agreed to work with
Trump.[391]
April 11 – Protests against both Trump and Representative Marsha
Blackburn took place in Clarksville, Tennessee.[392]
April 12 – The "first protest in space" was carried out by the
Autonomous Space Agency Network (ASAN) by printing a tweet against Trump
and flown into the near-space atmosphere.[393]
April 13 – Around 25 protesters from the group, "Rise and Resist"
were arrested while protesting immigration policies at Trump Tower.[394]
Around 200 young people and other activists from We Belong Together
protested in front of the White House.[395]
April 15 – The Tax March demanded that Donald Trump release his tax
returns. Thousands attended rallies and marches held throughout the
U.S.[396][397] At least 21 people were arrested as Trump supporters and
opponents clashed Saturday at the Civic Center Park in Berkeley,
California, police said. Another eleven people were also injured.[398]
April 18 – Protesters came to Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wisconsin to
urge Trump to release his tax returns. President Trump was there to sign
an executive order.[399]
April 19 – Anti-Trump protesters showed up at Auburn University
after "word got out that white nationalist Richard Spencer would be
speaking at an event."[400]
April 22 – March for Science – "Crowds massed in the US capital and
around the world on Earth Day to support science and evidence-based
research – a protest partly fueled by opposition to President Donald
Trump's threats of budget cuts to agencies funding scientists' work."[401]
April 29 – People's Climate Mobilization, environmental activists
planned out rallies and marches in Washington, D.C., and throughout the
United States.[402]

May 2017

May 1 – Immigration rights strike and protest were planned.[403]
The 2017 May Day protests took place across the country.[404]
May 3 - Demonstrators rallied outside the White House to protest
executive order 13798, Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty.[405]
May 4 - A protest took place in New York when Trump returned to the
city for the first time since he took office.[406] A protest took place
at the Wallace Bennett Federal Building in Salt Lake City after the
House passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA).[407]
May 9 - Hundreds of protesters demanded that Trump stay in the
Paris Agreement, rallying outside of the Trump Hotel in Washington,
D.C.[408]
May 10 - A protest against Trump took place outside of the White
House where demonstrators called for an independent prosecutor and for
Trump's impeachment.[409] Betsy DeVos was booed and students turned
their back to her when she gave a commencement speech at Bethune-Cookman
University.[410]
May 11 - Protesters in Butte gathered to demonstrated against
Donald Trump, Jr. and Greg Gianforte.[411] Around 150 protesters in San
Diego protested against Trump and the GOP.[412]
May 13 - Around 200 protesters spelled out the word "Resist!" with
their bodies on Trump National Golf Course in Rancho Palos Verdes,
California.[413] Around a hundred protesters demonstrated in Lynchburg
against Trump's Liberty University address.[414] Protesters in South
Florida demonstrated in Little Haiti against the deportation of Haitian
refugees.[415]
May 15 - Protesters in Seattle rallied in front of the federal
courthouse in opposition to the travel ban.[416] Artist, Robin Bell,
used a video projector to place words on the Trump International Hotel
such as "pay Trump bribes here" and "emoluments welcome."[417]
May 20 - Protests took place in Yemen in opposition of Trump's
visit to Saudi Arabia. Thousands of demonstrators aligned with Houthi
rebels marched through Sana'a.[418]
May 23 - Thousands of demonstrators in Gaza supporting the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) protested Trump's visit to
Bethlehem.[419] Protesters in Rome demonstrated against Trump's visit to
the Vatican.[420] Hundreds of students walked out on Mike Pence's
commencement speech at Notre Dame in order to protest Trump
administration policies.[421]
May 24 - Around 9,000 people in Brussels attended a rally against
Trump who called the city a "hellhole." Belgians at the protest
indicated that he was not welcome and that they were against "his war
agenda."[422][423]
May 27 - A protest took place near the location of the G-7 summit
in Giardini Naxos.[424]

June 2017

June 1 - Protesters demonstrated against Trump's pull out from the
Paris Agreement in front of the White House.[425]
June 3 - Thousands of protesters participated in the March for
Truth.[426]


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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.

Look at the reason, not the number.
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
Look at the reason, not the number.
The reason? The worst candidate in decades lost the race. And the
progressive left couldn't cope.
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2017-06-06 16:45:20 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed
repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
Look at the reason, not the number.
Look at the protestors' behaviors, not their reasons. Much of the
behavior, if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
FPP
2017-06-06 23:36:02 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed
repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
Look at the reason, not the number.
Look at the protestors' behaviors, not their reasons. Much of the
behavior, if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
That doesn't make any sense either. A protest is made up of many
individuals.
You can't point to a few to characterize all.

People don't like being told their kids should die if they don't have
to. They don't like being lied to. They don't like being used as a
vehicle to take power, and then use that power to screw them.

That's Trump in nutshell. Emphasis on the word "nut".
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over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
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Gunner Asch
2017-06-06 23:58:08 UTC
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Look at the protestors' behaviors, not their reasons. Much of the
behavior, if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
That doesn't make any sense either. A protest is made up of many
individuals.
You can't point to a few to characterize all.
People don't like being told their kids should die if they don't have
to. They don't like being lied to. They don't like being used as a
vehicle to take power, and then use that power to screw them.
That's Trump in nutshell. Emphasis on the word "nut".
ROFLMAO!

So after laying down to be fucked in the ass by ANTIFA, BLM etc etc
etc...you claim its all Trump?

ROFLMAO!!!!
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2017-06-07 06:51:00 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
Look at the reason, not the number.
Look at the protestors' behaviors, not their reasons. Much of the
behavior, if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
That doesn't make any sense either. A protest is made up of many
individuals. You can't point to a few to characterize all.
You can point to many when many gather together and engage in behavior
that if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
Post by FPP
People don't like being told their kids should die if they don't have
to. They don't like being lied to. They don't like being used as a
vehicle to take power, and then use that power to screw them.
Non sequitur statements, having nothing to do with whether people's
behavior is characteristic of a tantrum.
FPP
2017-06-07 10:43:20 UTC
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You can point to many when many gather together and engage in behavior
that if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
So you've read Trump's tweets!
And watched Spicey's press briefings!
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move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
FPP
2017-06-07 10:48:32 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
Look at the reason, not the number.
Look at the protestors' behaviors, not their reasons. Much of the
behavior, if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
That doesn't make any sense either. A protest is made up of many
individuals. You can't point to a few to characterize all.
You can point to many when many gather together and engage in behavior
that if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
Post by FPP
People don't like being told their kids should die if they don't have
to. They don't like being lied to. They don't like being used as a
vehicle to take power, and then use that power to screw them.
Non sequitur statements, having nothing to do with whether people's
behavior is characteristic of a tantrum.
I see no tantrums...

Now, people dressing up in Colonial clothing and carrying misspelled
signs - that's pretty childish behavior.

You said it yourself... millions have protested Trump - and yet, you
can't point to any but a handful of idiots behaving badly?

What percent do you think are throwing tantrums? Please... give me some
numbers and percentages!

I mean, there were over a million people marching on DAY ONE of his
administration! Surely you can point me to a few thousand right there!

And then hundreds of thousands more, since there have been SO many protests.
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move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
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2017-06-07 14:16:33 UTC
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Non sequitur statements, having nothing to do with whether people's
behavior is characteristic of a tantrum.
I see no tantrums...
Of course you dont, Comrade...

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2017-06-08 08:07:06 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
Look at the reason, not the number.
Look at the protestors' behaviors, not their reasons. Much of the
behavior, if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
That doesn't make any sense either. A protest is made up of many
individuals. You can't point to a few to characterize all.
You can point to many when many gather together and engage in behavior
that if observed in a child, would be called throwing a tantrum.
Post by FPP
People don't like being told their kids should die if they don't have
to. They don't like being lied to. They don't like being used as a
vehicle to take power, and then use that power to screw them.
Non sequitur statements, having nothing to do with whether people's
behavior is characteristic of a tantrum.
I see no tantrums...
You refuse to see past your nose.
Post by FPP
Now, people dressing up in Colonial clothing and carrying misspelled
signs - that's pretty childish behavior.
Tea Party folks didn't assault other folks, or shit on police cars, or
leave a toxic mess when they finally wandered off.
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2017-06-08 09:50:26 UTC
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You refuse to see past your nose.
Post by FPP
Now, people dressing up in Colonial clothing and carrying misspelled
signs - that's pretty childish behavior.
Tea Party folks didn't assault other folks, or shit on police cars, or
leave a toxic mess when they finally wandered off.
Tea Party Leader Arrested for Assault, Rape.

Lemon Grove resident Michael John Kobulnicky, 50, a leader in the San
Diego Tea Party and former regional director of the Southern California
Conservative Party, is under arrest for allegedly kidnapping and raping
a local woman on Fiesta Island.

https://www.bobcesca.com/tea-party-leader-arrested-for-assault-rape/

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Former NY Tea Party candidate busted with loaded assault rifle and black
ski mask in her car.
A former Tea Party-backed candidate for the New York State Senate was
taken into custody on Wednesday in Niagara Falls when police discovered
a loaded AR15 assault rifle, handgun and black ski mask in her car, the
Buffalo News reports.

Gia Arnold, 26, and a mother of three, was booked on felony charges of
criminal possession of a loaded rifle and handgun along with a combat
knife found in her vehicle, according to Niagara Falls Police Capt.
Michael Trane.

http://www.rawstory.com/2016/02/former-ny-tea-party-candidate-busted-with-loaded-assault-rifle-and-black-ski-mask-in-her-car/

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TEA Party Republican J.C. Kantrowicz - Add Assault to Charges Against
Great Falls TEA Party Candidate.

He “made physical contact of an insulting or proving nature with
[blanked out] by grabbing him and pushing him against a wall.” The
incidLaw enforcement records show Kantorowiz was charged with assaulting
another man and ordered to appear in court on March 5, 2008.

He “made physical contact of an insulting or proving nature with
[blanked out] by grabbing him and pushing him against a wall.” The
incident took place at 1700 Fox Farm Road in Great Falls, the address of
the Best Western Heritage Inn.

J.C. Kantorowicz initially earned notoriety for suggesting a bullet
would take care of his opponent in the Republican primary, Rep. Steve
Fitzpatrick of Great Falls House District 20.

http://mtcowgirl.com/2016/05/18/kantorowicz/

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Tea Party candidate David Hedrick pleads not guilty to assault
Former Marine accused of hitting his wife during an argument

The Camas man who rose to prominence after telling a Democratic
congressman to “stay away from my kids” is accused of assaulting his wife.

One-time Republican congressional candidate David W. Hedrick, 31,
pleaded not guilty on Monday to one count of fourth-degree assault —
domestic violence, court records show.

The former Marine and Tea Party favorite was arrested at his Camas home
early Sunday morning after his wife alleged he struck her twice in the
back of the head during an argument.

Hedrick was arraigned Monday and released on bail.

http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/oct/12/tea-party-candidate-david-hedrick-assault-charge/

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Shall I continue?
Or do you feel stupid enough, so that I can rest up for your next
assault on my intelligence?
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move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
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You refuse to see past your nose.
Post by FPP
Now, people dressing up in Colonial clothing and carrying misspelled
signs - that's pretty childish behavior.
Tea Party folks didn't assault other folks, or shit on police cars, or
leave a toxic mess when they finally wandered off.
Tea Party Leader Arrested for Assault, Rape.
Lemon Grove resident Michael John Kobulnicky, 50, a leader in the San
Diego Tea Party and former regional director of the Southern California
Conservative Party, is under arrest for allegedly kidnapping and raping
a local woman on Fiesta Island.
https://www.bobcesca.com/tea-party-leader-arrested-for-assault-rape/
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Former NY Tea Party candidate busted with loaded assault rifle and black
ski mask in her car.
A former Tea Party-backed candidate for the New York State Senate was
taken into custody on Wednesday in Niagara Falls when police discovered
a loaded AR15 assault rifle, handgun and black ski mask in her car, the
Buffalo News reports.
Gia Arnold, 26, and a mother of three, was booked on felony charges of
criminal possession of a loaded rifle and handgun along with a combat
knife found in her vehicle, according to Niagara Falls Police Capt.
Michael Trane.
http://www.rawstory.com/2016/02/former-ny-tea-party-candidate-busted-with
-loaded-assault-rifle-and-black-ski-mask-in-her-car/
-----
TEA Party Republican J.C. Kantrowicz - Add Assault to Charges Against
Great Falls TEA Party Candidate.
He “made physical contact of an insulting or proving nature with
[blanked out] by grabbing him and pushing him against a wall.” The
incidLaw enforcement records show Kantorowiz was charged with assaulting
another man and ordered to appear in court on March 5, 2008.
He “made physical contact of an insulting or proving nature with
[blanked out] by grabbing him and pushing him against a wall.” The
incident took place at 1700 Fox Farm Road in Great Falls, the address of
the Best Western Heritage Inn.
J.C. Kantorowicz initially earned notoriety for suggesting a bullet
would take care of his opponent in the Republican primary, Rep. Steve
Fitzpatrick of Great Falls House District 20.
http://mtcowgirl.com/2016/05/18/kantorowicz/
-----
Tea Party candidate David Hedrick pleads not guilty to assault
Former Marine accused of hitting his wife during an argument
The Camas man who rose to prominence after telling a Democratic
congressman to “stay away from my kids” is accused of assaulting his
wife.
One-time Republican congressional candidate David W. Hedrick, 31,
pleaded not guilty on Monday to one count of fourth-degree assault —
domestic violence, court records show.
The former Marine and Tea Party favorite was arrested at his Camas home
early Sunday morning after his wife alleged he struck her twice in the
back of the head during an argument.
Hedrick was arraigned Monday and released on bail.
http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/oct/12/tea-party-candidate-david-hedri
ck-assault-charge/
-----
Shall I continue?
Or do you feel stupid enough, so that I can rest up for your next
assault on my intelligence?
Wow.And scumbag lefties burn down cities.
--
It's time for the students to step up their game and kill people like
Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
max headroom
2017-06-08 13:14:49 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
You refuse to see past your nose.
Post by FPP
Now, people dressing up in Colonial clothing and carrying misspelled
signs - that's pretty childish behavior.
Tea Party folks didn't assault other folks, or shit on police cars, or
leave a toxic mess when they finally wandered off.
Tea Party Leader Arrested for Assault, Rape.
[snip]
Post by FPP
-----
Former NY Tea Party candidate busted with loaded assault rifle and black
ski mask in her car.
[snip]
Post by FPP
-----
TEA Party Republican J.C. Kantrowicz - Add Assault to Charges Against
Great Falls TEA Party Candidate.
[snip]
Post by FPP
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Tea Party candidate David Hedrick pleads not guilty to assault
[snip]
Post by FPP
-----
Shall I continue?
Is that all ya got?

Don't you have any where a Tea Party rally turned into a riot with windows being smashed and cars
getting torched?
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 13:32:58 UTC
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On Thu, 8 Jun 2017 05:50:26 -0400, FPP <***@gmail.com> wrote:

June 7, 2017 11:28 am
Post by FPP
Shall I continue?
Or do you feel stupid enough, so that I can rest up for your next
assault on my intelligence?
That's got to be the world's shortest battle.

[chuckle]
None of the Above
2017-06-09 07:49:00 UTC
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On Thu, 08 Jun 2017 06:32:58 -0700, Klaus Schadenfreude
Post by Klaus Schadenfreude
June 7, 2017 11:28 am
Post by FPP
Shall I continue?
Or do you feel stupid enough, so that I can rest up for your next
assault on my intelligence?
That's got to be the world's shortest battle.
[chuckle]
Maybe I could get one of those Nerf® torpedoes he thinks sunk Trump
today...
None of the Above
2017-06-09 07:47:03 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
You refuse to see past your nose.
Post by FPP
Now, people dressing up in Colonial clothing and carrying misspelled
signs - that's pretty childish behavior.
Tea Party folks didn't assault other folks, or shit on police cars, or
leave a toxic mess when they finally wandered off.
Tea Party Leader Arrested for Assault, Rape.
Lemon Grove resident Michael John Kobulnicky, 50, a leader in the San
Diego Tea Party and former regional director of the Southern California
Conservative Party, is under arrest for allegedly kidnapping and raping
a local woman on Fiesta Island.
https://www.bobcesca.com/tea-party-leader-arrested-for-assault-rape/
If convicted and rightly imprisoned, that would be more than happened
to any Occushitters.
Post by FPP
-----
Former NY Tea Party candidate busted with loaded assault rifle and black
ski mask in her car.
A former Tea Party-backed candidate for the New York State Senate was
taken into custody on Wednesday in Niagara Falls when police discovered
a loaded AR15 assault rifle, handgun and black ski mask in her car, the
Buffalo News reports.
Gia Arnold, 26, and a mother of three, was booked on felony charges of
criminal possession of a loaded rifle and handgun along with a combat
knife found in her vehicle, according to Niagara Falls Police Capt.
Michael Trane.
http://www.rawstory.com/2016/02/former-ny-tea-party-candidate-busted-with-loaded-assault-rifle-and-black-ski-mask-in-her-car/
New York has a history of denying citizens their constitutional
rights.
Post by FPP
-----
TEA Party Republican J.C. Kantrowicz - Add Assault to Charges Against
Great Falls TEA Party Candidate.
He “made physical contact of an insulting or proving nature with
[blanked out] by grabbing him and pushing him against a wall.” The
incidLaw enforcement records show Kantorowiz was charged with assaulting
another man and ordered to appear in court on March 5, 2008.
He “made physical contact of an insulting or proving nature with
[blanked out] by grabbing him and pushing him against a wall.” The
incident took place at 1700 Fox Farm Road in Great Falls, the address of
the Best Western Heritage Inn.
J.C. Kantorowicz initially earned notoriety for suggesting a bullet
would take care of his opponent in the Republican primary, Rep. Steve
Fitzpatrick of Great Falls House District 20.
http://mtcowgirl.com/2016/05/18/kantorowicz/
Didn't you hear? Death threats against politicians are now considered
"art".
Post by FPP
-----
Tea Party candidate David Hedrick pleads not guilty to assault
Former Marine accused of hitting his wife during an argument
The Camas man who rose to prominence after telling a Democratic
congressman to “stay away from my kids” is accused of assaulting his wife.
One-time Republican congressional candidate David W. Hedrick, 31,
pleaded not guilty on Monday to one count of fourth-degree assault —
domestic violence, court records show.
The former Marine and Tea Party favorite was arrested at his Camas home
early Sunday morning after his wife alleged he struck her twice in the
back of the head during an argument.
Hedrick was arraigned Monday and released on bail.
http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/oct/12/tea-party-candidate-david-hedrick-assault-charge/
-----
Shall I continue?
Or do you feel stupid enough, so that I can rest up for your next
assault on my intelligence?
Unlike you 'Rats, I support punishment for people guilty of violent
crimes, no matter their ideology.

<https://www.google.com/search?q=occupier+violence+video&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8#tbm=vid&q=occupy+wallstrret+violence>
None of the Above
2017-06-07 09:35:40 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
The protesters behavior negated the validity of the protests...
Post by FPP
Look at the reason, not the number.
The reason is "butthurt".
FPP
2017-06-07 10:49:49 UTC
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Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
The protesters behavior negated the validity of the protests...
Post by FPP
Look at the reason, not the number.
The reason is "butthurt".
Where?

You know why I don't bother giving substantive answers to every troll
that comes along?
The reason is "butthead".
--
"Do we really want to give nuclear weapons to somebody whose "signature
move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
max headroom
2017-06-07 14:04:21 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
The protesters behavior negated the validity of the protests...
Post by FPP
Look at the reason, not the number.
The reason is "butthurt".
Where?
The correct question is "when?"

The answer is the day after the election, months before the inauguration, and continuing to today.

Butthurt is the perfect descriptor.
Post by FPP
You know why I don't bother giving substantive answers to every troll
that comes along?
Yes. You have none.
None of the Above
2017-06-08 08:08:54 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
The protesters behavior negated the validity of the protests...
Post by FPP
Look at the reason, not the number.
The reason is "butthurt".
Where?
Again, you refuse to look past the end of your nose.
Post by FPP
You know why I don't bother giving substantive answers
Quite obviously, you have none.
FPP
2017-06-08 09:40:10 UTC
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Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
So? The NUMBER of protests don't negate the validity of the protests.
The protesters behavior negated the validity of the protests...
Post by FPP
Look at the reason, not the number.
The reason is "butthurt".
Where?
Again, you refuse to look past the end of your nose.
Post by FPP
You know why I don't bother giving substantive answers
Quite obviously, you have none.
Thanks for all the substantive info.

I don't know what I would have done, had you not made me aware of
abso-fucking-lutely nothing.
--
"Do we really want to give nuclear weapons to somebody whose "signature
move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
None of the Above
2017-06-09 07:29:46 UTC
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Post by FPP
I don't know what I would have done, had you not made me aware of
abso-fucking-lutely nothing.
You were there long before any of us came along.
FPP
2017-06-09 22:11:49 UTC
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Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
I don't know what I would have done, had you not made me aware of
abso-fucking-lutely nothing.
You were there long before any of us came along.
Occupational hazard... I think the longer I listen to you, the stupider
I get.
--
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
None of the Above
2017-06-10 09:14:01 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
I don't know what I would have done, had you not made me aware of
abso-fucking-lutely nothing.
You were there long before any of us came along.
Occupational hazard... I think the longer I listen to you, the stupider
I get.
Your posts indicate that is quite the case. I take no credit.

FPP
2017-06-06 10:42:21 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies.
Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.

When you lie non-stop and act like you're guilty, people are going to
take notice and protest.

Look at what he did just this week! After our closest ally was attacked
by terrorists, what did OUR president do?

He attacked th mayor of that city, and then lied about what he said!

Let me say that again... he attacked our ally after they had been the
victim of a terrorist attack.
And he LIED about the justification for it!

He's unfit to hold the office. He's unhinged, and dangerous.

HE SHOULD PROVOKE PROTESTS! He deserves them, as well as the
historically low approval rating he has so richly earned.

They're not tantrums if they're justified.

We went to war in 1945. That wasn't a tantrum... it was a justified
reaction.
--
"For the life of me I do not understand why, in this country, we try and
hold comedians to a standard we do not hold leaders to." - Jon Stewart
5/9/17
Wiley E. Coyote
2017-06-06 11:10:31 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies.
Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Embedded, deep state future corpses.
--
It's time for the students to step up their game and kill people like
Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
max headroom
2017-06-06 13:41:34 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal agencies.
Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant. Those aren't the pinkies clogging streets, burning cars, smashing windows, preventing
non-pinkies from presenting their opinions, &c,. &c.

Pinkies lost big time in November. Not only was their candidate for president humiliated, their
candidates for offices all down the ticket lost, and they were sure they'd win in landslides. So
they riot.

When conservatives lose elections, they don't refuse to accept the results, nor do they riot. They
regroup, try to determine why they lost, and try to find a way to field better candidates. IOW, they
act like adults. They don't demand safe spaces and comfort puppies to assuage their hurt psyches.
We went to war in 1945. That wasn't a tantrum... it was a justified reaction.
True. It was justified by the USSR's refusal to withdraw from Eastern European nations after the
Nazis were defeated. It took nearly 50 years to destroy the Soviet Union, but, in the end, pinkies
lose.
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-06 13:55:05 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 06:41:34 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal agencies.
Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant. Those aren't the pinkies clogging streets, burning cars, smashing windows, preventing
non-pinkies from presenting their opinions, &c,. &c.
Pinkies lost big time in November. Not only was their candidate for president humiliated, their
candidates for offices all down the ticket lost, and they were sure they'd win in landslides. So
they riot.
When conservatives lose elections, they don't refuse to accept the results, nor do they riot. They
regroup, try to determine why they lost, and try to find a way to field better candidates. IOW, they
act like adults. They don't demand safe spaces and comfort puppies to assuage their hurt psyches.
We went to war in 1945. That wasn't a tantrum... it was a justified reaction.
True. It was justified by the USSR's refusal to withdraw from Eastern European nations after the
Nazis were defeated. It took nearly 50 years to destroy the Soviet Union, but, in the end, pinkies
lose.
I hear they're making some progress in Venezuela, though.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/06/05/venezuela-crisis-forces-women-to-sell-sex-in-colombia-fuels-slavery-risk.html
Venezuela crisis forces women to sell sex in Colombia, fuels slavery
risk

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/06/06/venezuela-blocking-medicine-humanitarian-aid-from-us-groups.html
Venezuela blocking medicine, humanitarian aid from US groups
FPP
2017-06-06 23:37:04 UTC
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal agencies.
Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
--
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over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
Gunner Asch
2017-06-07 00:11:41 UTC
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He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal agencies.
Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://pamelageller.com/2016/01/violent-pro-migration-protesters-being-paid-50-an-hour-by-germany-socialist-party-dankeantifa-hitlerian.html/

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/may/19/hired-black-lives-matter-protesters-start-cutthech/

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/sean-spicer-anti-travel-ban-protesters-are-absolutely-paid-demonstrators/

https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/02/paid-protesters-trump-george-soros-fbi-infiltrators/

Notice the WPO admits they are getting paid..but thinks its ok.....

https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/04/26/so-what-if-protesters-are-paid/?utm_term=.a4d6349e7d18

http://truthfeed.com/busted-craigslist-ad-exposes-paid-anti-trump-protesters-being-recruited-for-staged-event/35033/

http://www.breitbart.com/milo/2017/02/05/refuse-fascism-group-behind-berkeley-riot-funded-george-soros/

Even the San Francisco Chronical admits it:

http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/05/08/anti-trump-san-francisco-chronicle-admits-some-protesters-are-paid/

As does the Far Left...

https://psmag.com/news/in-defense-of-paid-protesters

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2017/01/17/ads-in-dozens-of-cities-offer-to-pay-protesters-up-to-2500-to-disrupt-trump-inauguration-n2272883


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2017-06-07 04:03:28 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
Maybe you'll like this:

http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Gunner Asch
2017-06-07 05:56:07 UTC
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Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Fuckme! I LOVE that map!!!

Well done Sir! Well done and thanks!!


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max headroom
2017-06-07 13:51:38 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Fuckme! I LOVE that map!!!
Well done Sir! Well done and thanks!!
Da nada.
Rudy Canoza
2017-06-07 20:07:45 UTC
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Post by Gunner Asch
On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
max headroom
2017-06-07 20:21:42 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly
in recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city's downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks
and makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and
even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post by Gunner Asch
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Fucking stupid....
Convention calls for placing your sig *after* your comments.
... Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Did someone claim otherwise?
Fletch
2017-06-07 20:53:10 UTC
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Fucking stupid.
https://www.arivify.com/property/search/Lj5tUOUy7

Owner Name Jonathan Ball
Address 5327 Shepard Ave
City Sacramento
State CA
Zip Code 95819
Land Use Resid. Single Family
Land Size 0.168 acres
Appraised Value $420130
Assessed Value $420130
Legal Description Sac:00501110170000

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a***@msnbc.com
2017-06-07 21:51:57 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.

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Rudy Canoza
2017-06-07 23:36:39 UTC
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Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
I didn't vote for her, and I don't know anyone who did. I think she
would have been a terrible president. Nonetheless, in a reasonable
system, she would have won the election. The electoral college is a
vestige of slavery, and there is no principled reason to keep it.
Fletch
2017-06-07 23:43:33 UTC
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The electoral college is a vestige of slavery, and there is no
principled reason to keep it.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free
State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be
infringed."

No one here gives a flying rat's ass what YOU think, you Goddamned
fascist gun-grabbing hippy burnout.

EAT

SHIT

AND

DIE!
Fletch
2017-06-08 17:02:43 UTC
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I don't know anyone who did.
PARK THAT JETTA!!!

PICK THOSE ORANGES!!!

SELL THOSE SOLAR PANELS!!!


https://www.arivify.com/property/search/Lj5tUOUy7

Owner Name Jonathan Ball
Address 5327 Shepard Ave
City Sacramento
State CA
Zip Code 95819
Land Use Resid. Single Family
Land Size 0.168 acres
Appraised Value $420130
Assessed Value $420130
Legal Description Sac:00501110170000

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Sacramento, CA

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Fletch
2017-06-08 17:02:58 UTC
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I don't know anyone who did.
PARK THAT JETTA!!!

PICK THOSE ORANGES!!!

SELL THOSE SOLAR PANELS!!!


https://www.arivify.com/property/search/Lj5tUOUy7

Owner Name Jonathan Ball
Address 5327 Shepard Ave
City Sacramento
State CA
Zip Code 95819
Land Use Resid. Single Family
Land Size 0.168 acres
Appraised Value $420130
Assessed Value $420130
Legal Description Sac:00501110170000

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Sacramento, CA

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FPP
2017-06-07 23:58:37 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
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Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuDWx3CVUAAnTwq.jpg
"eater slugs"?

Is that the same as "slug eaters"?
--
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 00:09:51 UTC
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
FPP
2017-06-08 00:48:09 UTC
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Post by FPP
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
About Clinton Global Initiative

Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global
Initiative (CGI), an initiative of Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton
Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative
solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. CGI Annual Meetings
have brought together more than 150 heads of state, 20 Nobel Prize
laureates, and hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations and NGOs,
major philanthropists, and members of the media. To date CGI members
have made more than 2,300 commitments, which are already improving the
lives of more than 400 million people in over 180 countries. When fully
funded and implemented, these commitments will be valued at $73.5 billion.

https://weconnectinternational.org/en/about-us/clinton-global-initiative-commitment

http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/24/politics/clinton-foundation-explainer/index.html

Really burns your ass, don't it?
--
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 01:18:10 UTC
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Post by FPP
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
About Clinton Global Initiative
That's not the part where Richard Hine lied.
max headroom
2017-06-08 01:00:35 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Gunner Asch
Post by FPP
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
About Clinton Global Initiative
[snip PR]
Post by FPP
https://weconnectinternational.org/en/about-us/clinton-global-initiative-commitment
http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/24/politics/clinton-foundation-explainer/index.html
Really burns your ass, don't it?
Cracks us up that you believe it.
None of the Above
2017-06-08 08:27:50 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Gunner Asch
Post by FPP
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
About Clinton Global Initiative
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global
Initiative (CGI), an initiative of Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton
Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative
solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. CGI Annual Meetings
have brought together more than 150 heads of state, 20 Nobel Prize
laureates, and hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations and NGOs,
major philanthropists, and members of the media. To date CGI members
have made more than 2,300 commitments, which are already improving the
lives of more than 400 million people in over 180 countries. When fully
funded and implemented, these commitments will be valued at $73.5 billion.
https://weconnectinternational.org/en/about-us/clinton-global-initiative-commitment
http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/24/politics/clinton-foundation-explainer/index.html
Really burns your ass, don't it?
That you apparently like monitoring ass temperatures is mostly just
disturbing.
FPP
2017-06-08 09:55:13 UTC
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Post by Gunner Asch
Post by FPP
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
About Clinton Global Initiative
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global
Initiative (CGI), an initiative of Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton
Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative
solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. CGI Annual Meetings
have brought together more than 150 heads of state, 20 Nobel Prize
laureates, and hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations and NGOs,
major philanthropists, and members of the media. To date CGI members
have made more than 2,300 commitments, which are already improving the
lives of more than 400 million people in over 180 countries. When fully
funded and implemented, these commitments will be valued at $73.5 billion.
https://weconnectinternational.org/en/about-us/clinton-global-initiative-commitment
http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/24/politics/clinton-foundation-explainer/index.html
Really burns your ass, don't it?
That you apparently like monitoring ass temperatures is mostly just
disturbing.
When you're dealing with asses, it's part of the package.
--
"Do we really want to give nuclear weapons to somebody whose "signature
move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
None of the Above
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
About Clinton Global Initiative
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global
Initiative (CGI), an initiative of Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton
Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative
solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. CGI Annual Meetings
have brought together more than 150 heads of state, 20 Nobel Prize
laureates, and hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations and NGOs,
major philanthropists, and members of the media. To date CGI members
have made more than 2,300 commitments, which are already improving the
lives of more than 400 million people in over 180 countries. When fully
funded and implemented, these commitments will be valued at $73.5 billion.
https://weconnectinternational.org/en/about-us/clinton-global-initiative-commitment
http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/24/politics/clinton-foundation-explainer/index.html
Really burns your ass, don't it?
That you apparently like monitoring ass temperatures is mostly just
disturbing.
When you're dealing with asses, it's part of the package.
Dude. Your hobbies are your choice. But still disturbing.
FPP
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
Oh, Klownse... you always were good for a laugh!

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Contact & General Information
Clinton Foundation
1271 Avenue of the Americas
42nd Floor
New York, NY 10020
www.clintonfoundation.org
Tax Status: 501(c)3

Other Names
Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation
Clinton Global Initiative
Clinton Health Access Initiative
William J. Clinton Foundation

Charities often solicit donors under multiple names. CharityWatch is
aware of this charity soliciting donors using the above names.

RATING: A

https://www.charitywatch.org/ratings-and-metrics/bill-hillary-chelsea-clinton-foundation/478

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It also has a Platinum Rating from Guidestar:

https://www.guidestar.org/profile/31-1580204

Really burns your ass, don't it?

And, now, since your Filter must have expired, I'll go and add you back
into the killfile.
You can reply to this for the benefit of the other Klownse.. but I'll
never see it.

Talk to you again, in a year!
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 01:19:00 UTC
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
Oh, Klownse... you always were good for a laugh!
And, now, since your Filter must have expired, I'll go and add you back
into the killfile.
Don't expire it this time. You obviously need to continue to live in
your dream world.
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2017-06-08 02:54:01 UTC
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
Not so fast, Pilgrim.

"— Members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more
than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."

https://www.voanews.com/a/what-clinton-foundation-what-does-it-do/3482526.html

And that's just one program support by the Clinton foundation.

peace and justice
max headroom
2017-06-08 05:27:13 UTC
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
Not so fast, Pilgrim.
"- Members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more
than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."
Yup. Just ask the Haitians.
Just Wondering
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
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Not so fast, Pilgrim.
"— Members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more
than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."
https://www.voanews.com/a/what-clinton-foundation-what-does-it-do/3482526.html
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/06/the_clinton_global_initiative_scam_is_crashing.html
June 14, 2016
The Clinton Global Initiative scam is crashing
By Thomas Lifson

According to Sarah Westwood, the great investigative reporter at the
Washington Examiner, fewer than half of the projects undertaken by the
Clinton Global Initiative since 2005 have been completed. A CGI report

... showed fewer than half of those commitments have been completed
since 2005, with roughly a third underway and more than 200 others
"stalled" or "unfulfilled."

Further detail on the already failed (as opposed to merely incomplete)
commitments comes from Adva Saldinger of Devex:

Between 2005 and 2015 there were 3,452 commitments made through
CGI. Of those, according to the newly disclosed report, six percent were
“unfulfilled,” or failed.

But that number might not tell the whole story. An additional 11
percent of commitments in the report — and excluded from the analysis —
are labeled “unresponsive,” which means that no progress has been
reported in more than two years. It’s likely that some, or perhaps most,
of those commitments also didn’t succeed, though impossible to determine
due to a lack of information. A further 2 percent of commitments are
stalled.

One thing the CGI always succeeds at is the glittery gatherings of
elites at its meetings, such as the current gala underway in Atlanta,
June 12-14.

For all the glitz, the CGI’s trajectory is downward. Westwood notes:

According to the report, the Clinton Global Initiative received an
all-time low number of commitments in 2015, the year Hillary Clinton
launched her presidential campaign and drew a deluge of negative
attention to the Clinton Foundation's work.

I have no information on any Clinton political operatives who have
worked in off years for the CGI, but we know that the Clinton Foundation
has served to keep the machine apparatchiks funded while not actively
engaged in campaigning. I’d also be interested in knowing what
percentage of the moneys raised has gone to lavish meetings and
first-class travel.

Sunlight, as the saying goes, is the best disinfectant. I suspect that
the list of corporations willing to be identified as funders of the CGI
is declining with every revelation of Clinton malfeasance.

Incidentally, in reading up in the CGI’s web presence, I note that it
employs the term “CGI University.”

But we have been instructed that using the term “Trump University”
constitutes fraud, because it isn’t really a licensed university.

[New York] State Education Department officials had told Trump to
change the name of his enterprise years ago, saying it lacked a license
and didn't meet the legal definitions of a university.

I await New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman bringing an action
against “CGI University.”
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"— Members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more
than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."
https://www.voanews.com/a/what-clinton-foundation-what-does-it-do/3482526.html
http://www.wnd.com/2015/04/wall-street-analyst-uncovers-clinton-foundation-fraud/

NEW YORK – The Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation – already
under scrutiny for foreign donations – is now being accused of
fraudulent and possibly criminal mismanagement.

Over the past six weeks, Wall Street financial analyst and investor
Charles Ortel has shared with WND, prior to publication, the results of
his six-month, in-depth investigation into what he characterizes as an
elaborate scheme devised by the Clintons to enrich themselves.

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Charles Ortel

Charles Ortel

Through their foundation, Ortel contends, the Clintons have defrauded an
unsuspecting international public of hundreds of millions of dollars for
personal gain.

The findings come amid separate charges in Peter Schweizer’s upcoming
book “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments
and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich.”

In Ortel’s April 20 report, “False Philanthropy? First Interim Report
Concerning The Bill Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation,” he asks: “Did
management exercise vigilance to ensure that the Clinton Foundation
actually carried out its original and its amended tax-exempt purposes?”

Another scandal with Hillary Clinton at the center is uniquely exposed
in Aaron Klein’s “The REAL Benghazi Story: What the White House and
Hillary Don’t Want You to Know”

Ortel asks further: “Did directors take reasonable care, as fiduciaries,
under applicable state, federal and foreign laws to operate this charity
serving, at all times, a public interest?”

If not, the executive management as well the board of directors of the
Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Foundation, as well as each of the Clintons
personally, may face serious legal liabilities that could extend beyond
civil mismanagement.

This article examines the first six “Specific Concerns” that Ortel has
detailed.

Ortel says he found evidence the executive leadership of the Clinton
Foundation mismanaged, perhaps intentionally, the financial and
regulatory reporting required by both state government and federal
authorities for charities under tax-exempt status as 501(c)3 foundations.

The next WND article in the series will focus on Ortel’s remaining
concerns, including what appears to be a complex fraud the Clintons
perpetrated that exploits HIV/AIDs victims in developed countries. The
scheme, he said, drew funds from government-collected airline ticket
liens imposed through the auspices of the United Nations World Health
Organization.

Robin Hood in reverse?

Ortel began his April 20 interim report by posing a series of questions
concerning the public disclosures of the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea
Foundation.

Ortel explained to WND that one of the reasons his analysis has taken
months is that he found it painstakingly difficult to analyze publicly
available financial information pertaining to the Clinton Foundation,
because, as far as he could determine, reporting by the foundation since
virtually its beginning is not technically complete in numerous material
respects.

“The numbers that the Clinton Foundation supply to the global public in
its legally mandated filings do not add up, are frequently incorrect and
overall appear to be materially misleading,” Ortel explained.

He said that in numerous cases, the Clinton Foundation “appears to have
followed inconsistent policies adding in appropriate portions of the
various activities it pursued around the world to create ‘consolidated’
financial statements.”

“In some instances, portions were added only for some of the years in
which the entities remained in operation, artificially enhancing
purported financial results,” Ortel concluded. “In other cases,
important elements of activity were improperly characterized and combined.”

Ortel asks: “Do the Clintons, and others who operate the Clinton
Foundation, function as Robin Hood in reverse – do they dupe small,
modest income donors to enrich themselves and cronies?”

Ortel believes he has found a systematic pattern of faulty financial
management and reporting that is consistent with an effort to perpetrate
what he suspects may be a massive criminal fraud.

Ortel’s principal charge is that the Clintons and those running the
Clinton Foundation have devised an elaborate scheme to steal from
hundreds of thousands of small contributors worldwide, as well as from
larger donors, including foreign donors.

He further alleges the Clintons have covered up the alleged fraud by a
series of apparently technical violations of federal and state law
governing the operation of tax-exempt foundations. Ortel says that even
if a sophisticated financial analyst were able to discern the fraud, an
explanation of how it was carried out would be beyond the comprehension
of the average reader.

Ortel’s ‘Specific Concerns‘

Ortel poses 10 specific concerns about the most recent set of Clinton
foundation filings for the calendar year ending Dec. 31, 2013. He
focuses on “insufficient and materially noncompliant detail” in the
operation of the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Foundation in total, as well
as in the operations of its largest single program, the Clinton Health
Initiative Inc., typically represented in the Clinton financial reports
by the acronym CHAI.

The first two concerns are explained in full detail, to demonstrate the
technical depth of Ortel’s analysis. Ortel’s concerns three through 10
are presented in summary fashion. More in-depth analysis can be found at
Ortel’s website.

Specific Concern No. 1: Financial disclosures for the Clinton Foundation
Annual Report Year 2013 were filed significantly past regulatory
deadlines that are regularly met by charities of comparable size and
standing.

Tax-exempt organizations such as the Clinton Foundation and CHAI are
required to file complete returns on IRS Form 990, together with all
supporting schedules and attachments as soon as May 15 for the previous
calendar year.

A single three-month extension is “automatically” granted; however, the
IRS exercises more judgment granting or denying an additional extension
past Aug. 15 for calendar-year filers.

The Clinton Foundation appears to have filed its Form 990 for 2013
around Nov. 14, 2014, some six months past the deadline, as noted on
page 26 of the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Foundation consolidated
financial statements for Dec. 31, 2012 and 2013.

Ortel explained the problem as follows: “During 2014, a year when the
Clinton Foundation pursued an aggressive, far-reaching fundraising
campaign, potential donors who might have been interested to review
legally mandated filings that generally are an essential component of
evaluating a charity did not have an extended period of time to do so.”

Specific Concern No. 2: The independent “audit” for the Clinton
Foundation was completed 31 days after the date when Form 990 was filed
with the IRS.

Tax-exempt organizations as large as the Clinton Foundation was in 2013
are required to obtain and contemporaneously file an independent audit
that is performed by an informed, empowered and experienced firm of
accounting professionals. Moreover, multiple questions asked in Form 990
require filers to reconcile entries with key numbers contained in the
independent audit.

For calendar year 2013, the Price Waterhouse Cooper audit letter is
dated Dec. 16, 2014, and signed at the Little Rock office, as seen on
pages 3 through 25 of the consolidated financial statements for Dec. 31,
2012 and 2013.

Ortel further points out it is not clear that Price Waterhouse Cooper
conducted an audit in the commonly understood sense of this term.

As the audit letter notes: “The consolidated financial statements of the
Foundation as of December 31, 2012 and for the year then ended were
audited by other auditors whose report, dated September 10, 2013,
expressed an unmodified opinion on those statements.”

By this language, Price Waterhouse Cooper limits its evaluation as
follows: “[T]he consolidated financial statements … present fairly, in
all material respects, the financial position of the Bill, Hillary &
Chelsea Clinton Foundation at December 31, 2013, and the changes in its
net assets and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with
accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America”.

Ortel’s point is that since Price Waterhouse Cooper did not
independently test the opening balance sheet for calendar year 2013, the
accounting firm “cannot have truly assessed key financial positions and
arrangements, let alone fully understood the long and deeply troubling
history of CHAI dating to its formation in Arkansas in September 2009
and of a similarly named predecessor entity.”

Furthermore, Ortel points out, according to specific disclosures in the
audit prepared by Price Waterhouse Cooper, “subsequent events” that may
have occurred in 2014 were only evaluated through Dec. 5, 2014 (see the
end of Footnote 1), leaving a potentially crucial 11-day period that was
explicitly not considered by the accounting firm.

Finally, key sections of IRS Form 990 (See Schedule D, page 4, Parts XI
and XII, as seen in page 51 at the above link to the consolidated
statements for 2012 and 2013) are not filled in; so, unless an amended
Form 990 was later filed, the foundation neglected to reconcile its
independent audit with information contained in its 2013 Form 990 and
failed to correct the material deficiency thereafter.

Ortel’s “specific concerns” numbered 3-5 are listed in summary form as
follows:

Specific Concern No. 3: For 2013, Key “consolidating” information for
constituent Clinton Foundation entities was prepared by management and
reviewed by independent auditors; however, the information appears
deliberately withheld from public view.

Specific Concern No. 4: In relevant years, the Clinton Foundation either
filed and obscured consolidating financial information or elected to
cease filing consolidating financial information.

Specific Concern No. 5: The financial impact of fundraising for the
speakers’ endowment is not clearly delineated and segregated from
results shown for operations.

Specific Concerns No. 6 and No. 7, dealing with the World Trade
Organization and UNITAID, are the focus of the next WND article in the
series.

What happened to Eric Braverman?

Specific Concern No. 8: In light of the irregularities noted in Specific
Concerns 1-7, the agreement to extend former Clinton Foundation CEO Eric
Braverman’s employment contract in December 2014, combined with his
subsequent and sudden departure just days later, early in January 2015,
arouses deep suspicion, Ortel says.

On March 1, investigative reporter Kenneth P. Vogel writing in Politico,
noted that in December 2014, the board of the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea
Clinton Foundation had approved a salary of more than $395,000, plus
bonuses, to hire the Yale-educated Braverman while voting to extend his
board term through 2017.

Vogel noted that Braverman, who had worked with Chelsea Clinton at
McKinsey & Company consultancy, had been recruited “with the former
first daughter’s support to help impose McKinsey-like management rigor
to a foundation that had grown to a $2 billion charitable powerhouse.”

Braverman’s sudden departure shook the New York financial world.

Vogel wrote that in January, “only weeks after the board’s show of
support and just a year and a half after Braverman arrived, he abruptly
resigned, and sources tell Politico his exit stemmed partly from a power
struggle inside the foundation between and among the coterie of Clinton
loyalists who have surrounded the former president for decades and who
helped start and run the foundation.”

“Some, including the president’s old Arkansas lawyer Bruce Lindsey, who
preceded Braverman as CEO, raised concerns directly to Bill Clinton
about the reforms implemented by Braverman, according to sources, and
felt themselves marginalized by the growing influence of Chelsea Clinton
and the new CEO she had helped recruit.”

In an article Ortel wrote for Breitbart News on March 15, he referenced
an Aug. 13, 2013, New York Times article by Nicholas Confessore and Amy
Chozick describing the foundation.

They wrote: “For all of its successes, the Clinton Foundation had become
a sprawling concern, supervised by a rotating board of old Clinton
hands, vulnerable to distraction and threatened by conflicts of
interest. It ran multimillion-dollar deficits for several years, despite
vast amounts of money flowing in.”

In his report, Ortel comments on the Confessore-Chozick piece:
“Considering this article now, with the benefit of hindsight and having
poured through reams of public filings and comments made by the Clinton
Foundation as well as related parties, one wonders how seriously
management, directors, and other employees take their manifold legal
duties, particularly when it comes to making truthful and complete,
rather than untruthful, incomplete, and thereby misleading public
disclosures.”

Read more at
http://www.wnd.com/2015/04/wall-street-analyst-uncovers-clinton-foundation-fraud/#b9HdY0FrqcbMDBe6.99
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than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."
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Not so fast, Pilgrim.

January 16, 2017 2:36 PM The Clinton Foundation just vindicated its
critics. The Clinton Foundation filed papers this week warning that 22
staffers will be laid off on April 15, when the Clinton Global
Initiative is formally shut down.

The CGI is a program of the Clinton Foundation, centered around an
annual meeting described as “the networking event of choice for
corporations, nonprofits, nongovernmental organizations and wealthy
philanthropists.” Before the election, when Hillary Clinton’s victory in
the presidential race appeared likely, the Clinton Foundation declared
that it would wind down the initiative no matter how the election turned
out. At the time, those plans made sense: It would be unseemly to say
the least if a corporate- and foreign-government-funded networking event
was directly connected to the sitting president. But there was never
much official explanation of why CGI would need to shut down in the case
of a Clinton defeat. After all, the world didn’t run out of poor people
or sick people on November 8.

But after the election, some of the foundation’s donors acted as if the
causes CGI supported were no longer worthy. The Australian government
said it did not intend to continue its donations to the Clinton
Foundation; it had given $88 million over ten years. After dramatically
increasing its yearly donation in 2014 and 2015, the government of
Norway chose to reduce its donation by 87 percent after the election.

Why would foreign governments suddenly lose interest in the charitable
work the Clinton Foundation purported to do? They wouldn’t, unless the
Clinton Foundation and CGI had existed to give foreign governments and
businessmen a way to curry favor with a future president from the
beginning. The April shutdown, then, makes complete sense: Why keep
operating if there’s no influence left to peddle?

Clinton fans will vehemently deny that there’s anything to this cynical
explanation, but the behavior of many foundation partners suggests that
selling access and goodwill was a big part of the organization’s
operations. Right before the election, one of the infamous WIkiLeaks
documents revealed just how blurry the line was between the foundation’s
non-profit activities and Bill Clinton’s for-profit activities.

In a 2011 memo to Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, John Podesta, and other
members of the foundation’s board, the ex-president’s longtime aide Doug
Band attempted to “clarify my activities on behalf of the President —
both on behalf of non-profit Foundation activities and the management of
the his [sic] for-profit business opportunities.” Band’s firm, Teneo,
had consulted and raised money for the Clinton Foundation while
simultaneously securing lucrative speaking and consulting gigs for the
former president:

We have dedicated ourselves to helping the President secure and engage
in for-profit activities — including speeches, books, and advisory
service engagements. In that context, we have in effect served as
agents, lawyers, managers and implementers to secure speaking, business
and advisory service deals. In support of the President’s for-profit
activity, we also have solicited and obtained, as appropriate, in-kind
services for the President and his family — for personal travel,
hospitality, vacation and the like. Neither Justin nor I are separately
compensated for these activities (e.g., we do not receive a fee for, or
percentage of, the more than $50 million in for-profit activity we have
personally helped to secure for President Clinton to date or the $66
million in future contracts, should he choose to continue with those
engagements).

With respect to business deals for his advisory services, Justin and I
found, developed and brought to President Clinton multiple arrangements
for him to accept or reject. Of his current 4 arrangements, we secured
all of them; and, we have helped manage and maintain all of his
for-profit business relationships for the past 11 years. Since 2001,
President Clinton’s business arrangements have yielded more than $30
million for him personally, with $66 million to be paid out over the
next nine years should he choose to continue with the current engagements.

In short, when Band and his colleagues called up wealthy individuals and
institutions — all of whom would have a strong incentive to be on good
terms with Hillary Clinton, the likely future president — they sought
financial help for the foundation and lucrative work for Bill Clinton.
The line between charitable giving and the Clintons’ personal enrichment
was exceptionally blurry, and those involved knew it.

The simplest, easiest way for the Clintons, foundation donors, staffers,
and allies to prove all the cynics wrong was for the foundation to
operate after the election the same way it did before, proving that its
purpose was genuinely charitable and altruistic rather than political.
Instead, they’ve chosen to shut down CGI. The rest of us can draw our
own conclusions as to why.
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Not so fast, Pilgrim.
"— Members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more
than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."
https://www.voanews.com/a/what-clinton-foundation-what-does-it-do/3482526.html
Not so fast, Pilgrim your own sorry self.

Is the Clinton Foundation Really a Charity?

One of the mantras one must invoke when discussing the Clinton Cash
controversy is to say that whatever one might think of the pay-to-play
aspects of the former first family’s charitable endeavors, the Clinton
Foundation does a lot of good work around the world. But now that more
of the press is finally asking tough questions about the Clintons’
activities, it appears that their charity may not pass the basic
question donors ask of any philanthropy: how much of the money raised is
actually spent on the causes you are supposed to be aiding? Though the
foundation has claimed that 88 percent of its expenditures are spent on
good deeds, their own tax filings reveal that the real number is about
ten percent. But far from being an unrelated, albeit embarrassing,
sidebar to the allegations about influence peddling, this data is a
reminder that the main point of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton
Foundation is to support its namesakes in a lavish fashion and to allow
wealthy donors access to them.

Sean Davis highlighted the discrepancy between the 88 percent figure and
the reality of the Clinton Foundation spending ten percent on charity in
a recent Federalist article. He followed up with another, skewering a
claim by the left-wing Punditfact site that this claim was “mostly
false.” As he wrote, the only way to come to such a conclusion was to
simply ignore facts, including, most importantly, the filings of the
Clinton Foundation that made it clear that it spent very little of its
money on good deeds. But Punditfact says we should ignore these basic
facts because of “the unusual business model” of the foundation which
causes it to spend the lion’s share of the vast sums raised on its
behalf on conferences, travel, and staffing.

The two largest items on its list of charitable expenditures are support
for the Clinton Presidential Library and paying for the Clinton Global
Initiative.

The Library is, like those edifices built to house the papers and
glorify the memory of other presidents, a not-altogether-worthless
endeavor. But it is a monument to the vanity and the legacy of the
Clintons, not the sort of “good work” helping the impoverished of the
Third World, as well as the women and the girls, Hillary Clinton is
always telling us she’s out to save. It may be a non-profit institution
but it is not a charity.

The Clinton Global Initiative is also not a charity. According to the
New York Times, it’s a “glitzy annual gathering of chief executives,
heads of state and celebrities.” Those who attend it may do charitable
work. But their main purpose in attending is to see and be seen talking
about being charitable. The same can be said of the event itself.

The foundation’s “business model” is that rather than raise money to
give to those helping the poor on the ground, its alleged charitable
acts are done by those on its payroll. Fair enough. But the controversy
here is that the foundation and its liberal apologists want us to think
that when the Clintons and their staff scurry around the world talking
about helping the poor that amounts to charity.

This is not a made-up argument about how to characterize expenditures.
The Clintons don’t feed the hungry or clothe the poor. They are
conveners of famous and smart people who supposedly brainstorm about how
to do those things. They call this “life-changing” work and no doubt it
does some good. But the only ones whose lives we can be certain have
been “changed” are the Clintons, their cronies, and their staff. Most of
the hundreds of millions of dollars raised by the foundation yearly is
spent on salaries, travel, offices, and other perks. The Clinton
Foundation is the ultimate “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” reality
show cloaked in a veneer of good intentions and charitable rhetoric. But
it is not much of a charity.

What makes this relevant to the Clinton Cash allegations is that most of
the money spent by the foundation is geared toward providing access for
the donors to the Clintons via the annual celebrity conference and
events at the Library. The business model here is all about the show of
charity and, as our Abe Greenwald wrote on Monday, primarily interested
in lauding a “class of global VIP celebrating its good works.” That
doesn’t help many poor people, but it did aid the Clintons in their
effort to attract wealthy, self-interested donors who preferred to give
to a foundation that could advance their personal political and economic
agendas rather than aid the poor.

Technically speaking this isn’t a scam, since the Clintons’ donors know
exactly what they are getting. Indeed, many of them may well have gotten
their money’s worth of influence by giving money to the ex-president and
a sitting secretary of state and would-be president. If so, that is a
scandal and one that ought to disqualify Hillary Clinton for
consideration for the presidency.

But though it may not be illegal, it is not quite the noble cause to
which we’re all supposed to pay homage. What’s more, the “mistakes” the
foundation has made in its filings are leading to reasonable suspicions
that we have just started to scratch the surface of its questionable
dealings. Those liberals that are dedicating themselves to rationalizing
and apologizing for the foundation may find that they have taken on a
task that is in the process of becoming a full-time and increasingly
impossible job.

https://www.commentarymagazine.com/politics-ideas/campaigns-elections/is-the-clinton-foundation-really-a-charity/
None of the Above
2017-06-08 08:31:20 UTC
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
Not so fast, Pilgrim.
"— Members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more
than 3,500 commitments to action, improving the lives of over 430
million people in 180 countries."
Bill & Hill could walk into the ocean and improve the lives of 7
billion people on an entire planet. And a few bottom feeders to
boot...
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 10:57:16 UTC
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"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people.
ROFLMAO
Not so fast, Pilgrim.
"— Members of the Clinton Global Ini
Rolling.
On the Floor
Laughing.
Curt Portland
2017-06-08 14:28:08 UTC
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And that's just one program
I'm always reminded of YOUR very *special personal sentiments* regarding
the attacks of 911, Bill:

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Bill Shatzer wrote:

And over 4,000 Americans have paid with their lives for that little
adventure. Plus a half a trillion dollars in national treasure
You might compare that with the number of lives lost on 9-11. Or the
economic injury incurred from that event.

It would have been cheaper in both lives and money to just suffer
another 9-11 every six or seven years.

Peace and justice,
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


I think we can ALL do well to reflect on what kind of sick sociopath
would come up with those words in honor of 911...


Oh and let's add in your death threat against the President:

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Anyone else notice the similarities between Trump's attacks on the
"lying media" and "fake news" and the Nazi smear campaign against the
"Lugenpresse"?

You can, as they say, look it up.

This man must be stopped - peacefully if possible, otherwise if necessary.
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 00:08:38 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuDWx3CVUAAnTwq.jpg
Rudy is too fucking stupid to understand history; too fucking stupid
to understand what the United States even is. He and much of the brain
dead left will never understand the Electoral College and it's no use
even trying to explain it to them.

More fun just to rub their noses in it.
Rudy Canoza
2017-06-08 00:11:49 UTC
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Post by a***@msnbc.com
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Post by Gunner Asch
On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuDWx3CVUAAnTwq.jpg
the brain
dead left will never understand the Electoral College and
The electoral college is a vestige of slavery.
Roger Blake
2017-06-08 02:31:11 UTC
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The electoral college is a vestige of slavery.
No, it is not.

The DemocRAT party, on the other hand, is.

http://thetruthdivision.com/2017/01/liberals-arent-liking-photo-1924-democrat-convention/
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Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 10:57:50 UTC
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Post by Rudy Canoza
The electoral college is a vestige of slavery.
No, it is not.
The DemocRAT party, on the other hand, is.
http://thetruthdivision.com/2017/01/liberals-arent-liking-photo-1924-democrat-convention/
Good point.
Fletch
2017-06-08 14:29:20 UTC
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The electoral college
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FPP
2017-06-08 00:41:48 UTC
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Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by Gunner Asch
On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuDWx3CVUAAnTwq.jpg
Rudy is too fucking stupid to understand history; too fucking stupid
to understand what the United States even is. He and much of the brain
dead left will never understand the Electoral College and it's no use
even trying to explain it to them.
More fun just to rub their noses in it.
If you've read Federalist 68, you KNOW what the EC was designed to do.
It was specifically designed to stop a person like Trump from being
elected by the voters.
Post by Klaus Schadenfreude
The Electoral College Was Created to Stop Demagogues Like Trump.
The fact is that the Electoral College was primarily designed to stop a demagogue—a tyrannical mass leader who preys on our prejudices—from becoming President.
Never mind the crap about little states and big states… that's NOT what the Founders had in mind when they created the EC.
Consider what Alexander Hamilton wrote in Federalist Paper Number 68. The Electors were supposed to stop a candidate with “Talents for low intrigue, and the little arts of popularity” from becoming President. The Electors were supposed to be “men most capable of analyzing the qualities adapted to the station, and acting under circumstances favorable to deliberation, and to a judicious combination of all the reasons and inducements which were proper to govern their choice.”
They were to “possess the information and discernment requisite to such complicated investigations” as the selection of the President, and they were supposed to “afford as little opportunity as possible to tumult and disorder.” They were even supposed to prevent “the desire in foreign powers to gain an improper ascendant in our councils.”
http://time.com/4575119/electoral-college-demagogues/
As Alexander Hamilton writes in “The Federalist Papers,” the Constitution is designed to ensure “that the office of President will never fall to the lot of any man who is not in an eminent degree endowed with the requisite qualifications.
The point of the Electoral College is to preserve “the sense of the people,” while at the same time ensuring that a president is chosen “by men most capable of analyzing the qualities adapted to the station, and acting under circumstances favorable to deliberation, and to a judicious combination of all the reasons and inducements which were proper to govern their choice.”
--
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over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
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Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 01:20:06 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuDWx3CVUAAnTwq.jpg
Rudy is too fucking stupid to understand history; too fucking stupid
to understand what the United States even is. He and much of the brain
dead left will never understand the Electoral College and it's no use
even trying to explain it to them.
More fun just to rub their noses in it.
If you've read Federalist 68, you KNOW what the EC was designed to do.
It was specifically designed to stop a person like Trump from being
elected by the voters.
If you know anything about the EC-- which you don't-- you'd know
exactly what it's for, which you don't.

Good thing you filtered me, huh?

[chuckle]
Rudy Canoza
2017-06-08 00:10:56 UTC
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On Tue, 6 Jun 2017 21:03:28 -0700, "max headroom"
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have
clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by
looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons
and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control
is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle disappointment
like grownups. One thing that would help is to get the news
media and entertainment industry to stop fanning the flames.
How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald
_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.ht
ml
Fucking stupid. Land doesn't vote - people vote.
Speaks for itself. Clinton is a dishonest loser and so are all the lazy
ignorant useless eater slugs who voted for her.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuDWx3CVUAAnTwq.jpg
The supposed quote is fake. She never said it.

http://www.snopes.com/hillary-clinton-stupid-quote/
Fletch
2017-06-08 15:25:12 UTC
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She never said it.
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2017-06-07 10:54:43 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!

Or you can just use mine:

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0

Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
--
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move" is firing things? " - J Whedon.
max headroom
2017-06-07 13:44:41 UTC
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Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly
in recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of
weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the
city’s downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and
makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even
a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
Hell yeah! Just take your standard map of the U.S.A. and cut off California.
Post by FPP
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Too bad for her it was all in California. Had she spent less time fundraising in Hollywood and
Berkeley and more time shaking hands in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and Florida, she might be more
relevant than you.
Gunner Asch
2017-06-07 14:27:05 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
Why should we? It has no validity here. It happened..at least on
paper..but it means nothing. Are you that ignorant of how the
election process in America works? Of course you are.
Post by FPP
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
So you included Democrat voter fraud...which easily makes up that
number.

However...Trump won in the electoral vote...as you can see by the
map. You may not like it...of course you dont..you hate it....the
Electoral College has been around since 1787....so its long long out
of your ability to remove it and put mob rule in place. (Just be
careful about that mob rule thingy...the People could declare Liberals
to be deadly enemies of the People and simply vote to execute each and
every one of you...and you and yours would indeed be killed.
What would you do...call a cop...when its legal to hunt you down and
cut off your head.....

Tsk tsk tsk....you Lefties should change your street name from AntiFa
to Butthurt. It would be far more appropriate. Particularly when your
political party IS fascist and has been for almost 40 yrs.


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None of the Above
2017-06-08 08:11:52 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
FPP
2017-06-08 09:53:12 UTC
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Post by FPP
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?

Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.

It's deviant, and undemocratic. You know... like you.
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max headroom
2017-06-08 13:25:02 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?
That more Californians wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant.
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
Fortunately, Californians don't get to select our president.

That would be deviant and Democratic, you know?
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-08 13:34:00 UTC
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Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
Get hopping on that Constitutional Amendment, then, sport.

[chuckle]
None of the Above
2017-06-09 07:34:45 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
Baxter
2017-06-09 14:48:16 UTC
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Post by FPP
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups
have clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start
by looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks
and makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers,
batons and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of
them there gun control law thingies. That should stop
the proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun
control is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot
box think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle
disappointment like grownups. One thing that would help is
to get the news media and entertainment industry to stop
fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay
grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Dona
ld_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS
agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.
html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that
voted for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-han
dy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is
irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Given the direction Trump and the Repugs are taking it, it soon won't be
any kind of democracy at all, nor will it be a Republic.
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
You rightards only really like the 2nd Amendment - everything else you
bend to fit your agenda.
max headroom
2017-06-09 16:22:18 UTC
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Post by Baxter
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
You rightards only really like the 2nd Amendment - everything else you
bend to fit your agenda.
As if pinkies don't try to bend the entire Bill of Rights to fit their agenda.

Suuuuure.
None of the Above
2017-06-10 09:04:51 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:48:16 +0000 (UTC), Baxter
Post by Baxter
Post by None of the Above
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Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups
have clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start
by looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a
demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks
and makeshift clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers,
batons and even a set of brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of
them there gun control law thingies. That should stop
the proliferation of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun
control is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot
box think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by
throwing tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in
adult bodies. They need to learn how to handle
disappointment like grownups. One thing that would help is
to get the news media and entertainment industry to stop
fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is beyond my pay
grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Dona
ld_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous
Federal agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS
agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.
html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that
voted for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-han
dy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is
irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Given the direction Trump and the Repugs are taking it, it soon won't be
any kind of democracy at all, nor will it be a Republic.
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
You rightards only really like the 2nd Amendment - everything else you
bend to fit your agenda.
How many publicly-funded college campuses are overrun with Republicans
shrieking about their li'l snowflake feelings being hurt?
FPP
2017-06-09 22:14:56 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
We don't need a revolution.

Those founders also gave us a way to change the Constitution because
they KNEW it wasn't perfect, and would need to be adapted to fit the
circumstance.

This is one of those circumstances. Twice in three elections, the
popular vote winner has not been sworn in as President.

That's deviant.
--
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
tRudy Crayola
2017-06-09 23:33:31 UTC
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Post by FPP
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Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed
repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches
of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks
and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even
a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
We don't need a revolution.
Those founders also gave us a way to change the Constitution because
they KNEW it wasn't perfect, and would need to be adapted to fit the
circumstance.
This is one of those circumstances. Twice in three elections, the
popular vote winner has not been sworn in as President.
That's deviant.
Gawd also invented Ammunition to keep crazies like you at bay!
--
Rudy's Nut & Fruit farm- Sacramento
FPP
2017-06-09 23:49:16 UTC
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Post by FPP
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Post by FPP
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Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by FPP
Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are
running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed
repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches
of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in
the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks
and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and
even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the
proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and
entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
We don't need a revolution.
Those founders also gave us a way to change the Constitution because
they KNEW it wasn't perfect, and would need to be adapted to fit the
circumstance.
This is one of those circumstances. Twice in three elections, the
popular vote winner has not been sworn in as President.
That's deviant.
Gawd also invented Ammunition to keep crazies like you at bay!
I bow to your knowledge of crazy. Can't beat you at that!
--
"After leaving office, Bill Clinton started a Foundation that helped
over 400,000,000 people. George Bush painted pictures of his dog."
-Richard Hine
max headroom
2017-06-10 00:47:25 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by None of the Above
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
We don't need a revolution.
Those founders also gave us a way to change the Constitution because
they KNEW it wasn't perfect, and would need to be adapted to fit the
circumstance.
Go for it.
Post by FPP
This is one of those circumstances. Twice in three elections, the
popular vote winner has not been sworn in as President.
You mean twice in the last five elections, and four times in the past fifty-eight.

No big deal.
Post by FPP
That's deviant.
Because your girl lost.
Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-06-10 00:53:55 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 17:47:25 -0700, "max headroom"
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Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
We don't need a revolution.
Those founders also gave us a way to change the Constitution because
they KNEW it wasn't perfect, and would need to be adapted to fit the
circumstance.
Go for it.
They keep bleating about it and don't *do* anything about it. Maybe if
they stopped blocking traffic......
Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
This is one of those circumstances. Twice in three elections, the
popular vote winner has not been sworn in as President.
You mean twice in the last five elections, and four times in the past fifty-eight.
No big deal.
Post by FPP
That's deviant.
Because your girl lost.
Looks like the system is working as planned.
None of the Above
2017-06-10 09:10:03 UTC
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Post by max headroom
Post by FPP
Post by max headroom
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Post by Just Wondering
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Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
He and his administration are being investigated by numerous Federal
agencies. Why? Are they tantrums? They're HIS agencies.
Irrelevant.
Nobody listens to your nutjob bullshit. Rant all you like!
http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html
Now show me a map or chart that shows 3,000,000 more people that voted
for Trump, over Hillary. That should be easy!
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/election-facts-to-keep-handy-for-thanksgiving-dinner-discussion.html?_r=0
Just look under the heading "Hillary Clinton’s Growing Lead
As more ballots have been counted, Mrs. Clinton has built a large
popular vote lead."
Utterly irrelevant to anyone who stayed awake for the first ten
minutes of civics class.
More Americans wanted the candidate that lost the election is irrelevant?
Yup. This isn't a "true" democracy. Thank God and the founders.
Post by FPP
Having a system where the minority of voters choose the candidate, and
the majority of the voters are denied their voice is anything but
irrelevant.
It's deviant, and undemocratic.
It's the Constitution. Not in the least surprised you loathe it so.
Deal or die in your revolution.
We don't need a revolution.
Those founders also gave us a way to change the Constitution because
they KNEW it wasn't perfect, and would need to be adapted to fit the
circumstance.
This is one of those circumstances. Twice in three elections, the
popular vote winner has not been sworn in as President.
That's deviant.
You're almost there! All you need now is a proposal by 2/3 of the US
Congress or 2/3 of the States; and then ratification by 3/4 of the
same.
None of the Above
2017-06-07 10:17:02 UTC
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We went to war in 1945. That wasn't a tantrum... it was a justified
reaction.
That must have been the war of 1812...
BigPol
2017-06-06 23:31:06 UTC
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Post by Just Wondering
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_protests_against_Donald_Trump
Post-election protests
March against Trump in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 9
Following the announcement of Trump's election victory, large protests
broke out across the United States including other countries such as
Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Philippines, Australia, Israel
with some continuing for several days, and more protests planned for the
following weeks and months.
Protest outside Trump Tower, Chicago on November 9, 2016
November 9
Locations of protests against Donald Trump on November 9, 2016
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Thousands of protesters took to the street in Chicago. Chicago
Tribune explains that the protest was "relatively peaceful" and was
"devoid of any of the heavy vandalism of effigy burning that occurred
elsewhere." Five people were arrested altogether.[89][90][91]
Atlanta, Georgia[92]
Boston, Massachusetts[93]
Cleveland, Ohio[94]
Dallas, Texas[95]
Detroit, Michigan[96]
Houston, Texas[97]
Los Angeles, California[98]
Miami, Florida[99]
New York City, New York[100]
Oakland, California[101]
Omaha, Nebraska[102]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[103]
Portland, Oregon[104]
Richmond, Virginia[105]
San Diego, California[106]
San Francisco, California[101]
San Jose, California[106]
Seattle, Washington[98]
Washington, D.C.[107]
Winston-Salem, North Carolina[108]
Arizona State University[109]
Fisk University[110]
University of Kentucky[111]
University of Michigan[112]
University of Pittsburgh[113]
High school and college students walked out of classes to
protest.[98][114] The protests were mostly peaceful, although at some
protests fires were lit, flags were burned, and a Trump piñata was
burned.[115][116][117]
Celebrities such as Madonna, Cher, and Lady Gaga took part in New
York.[118][119][120] Some protesters took to blocking freeways in Los
Angeles, San Diego, and Portland, Oregon, and were dispersed by police
in the early hours of the morning.[121][122] One protester was hit by a
car.[123] In a number of cities, protesters were dispersed with rubber
bullets, pepper spray and bean-bags fired by police.[124][125][126]
While protests ended at 3:00 a.m. in New York City, calls were made to
continue the protests over the coming days.[127]
November 10
Protesters gathered at Trump Tower in New York on November 10.
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Protests in Madison, Wisconsin
"Love Trumps Hate" was a common slogan, as here at the Idaho State Capitol.
As Trump held the first transition meeting with President Obama at
the White House, protesters were outside.[128] Protests continued in
cities across the United States. International protests were held in
London, Vancouver, and Manila.[129][130] Former New York mayor Rudy
Giuliani called protesters "a bunch of spoiled cry-babies."[131] Los
Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti expressed understanding of the protests and
praised those who peacefully wanted to make their voices heard.[132]
In Austin, Texas, a young girl rallied protesters behind the
mantra: "I am a female, I am mixed race, I am a child and I cannot vote.
But that will not stop me from getting heard" after which chants of
"Love is love, and love trumps hate" followed.[133][134][135][136] In
Los Angeles, protesters continued blocking freeways.[137] A peaceful
protest turned violent when a small group began rioting and attacking
police in Portland, Oregon.[138] The protests in Portland attracted over
4,000 people and remained largely peaceful, but took to the highway and
blocked traffic.[139] Acts of vandalism including a number of smashed
windows, vandalized vehicles, and a dumpster fire caused police to
declare a riot.[139][140] Protesters tried to retain the peaceful nature
of the protest and chanted "peaceful protest".[141]
Chicago, Illinois[142]
Dallas, Texas[95]
Grand Rapids, Michigan[143]
Greensboro, North Carolina[144]
Louisville, Kentucky[145]
Madison, Wisconsin[146]
Milwaukee, Wisconsin[147]
Minneapolis, Minnesota[148]
New York City, New York[100]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[149]
Pittsburg, California[142]
Portland, Oregon[150]
Richmond, Virginia[105]
Tampa, Florida[151]
Numerous petitions were started to prevent Trump from taking
office; including a Change.org petition started by Elijah Berg of North
Carolina requesting that faithless electors in states that Trump won
vote for Clinton instead, which surpassed three million signatures.[152]
November 11
Anchorage, Alaska[153]
Atlanta, Georgia[154]
Bakersfield, California[155]
Burlington, Vermont[156]
Columbia, South Carolina[157]
Columbus, Ohio[158]
Dallas, Texas[159]
Denver, Colorado[160]
Des Moines, Iowa[161]
Eugene, Oregon[162]
Fort Worth, Texas[163]
Grand Rapids, Michigan[164]
Iowa City, Iowa[165]
Los Angeles, California[166]
Nashville, Tennessee[110]
New Haven, Connecticut[167]
New York, New York[100]
Olympia, Washington[168]
Orlando, Florida[167]
Royal Oak, Michigan[169]
San Antonio, Texas [170]
Ohio State University[171]
State University of New York at New Paltz[172]
Texas State University[173]
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[174]
University of Massachusetts Amherst[175][176]
University of Miami[177]
University of North Carolina, Greensboro[178]
University of North Carolina, Wilmington[179]
University of Pacific[180]
University of Rochester[181]
Vanderbilt University[182]
Virginia Commonwealth University[183]
Wayne State University[184]
Wesleyan University[185]
A protest also occurred at the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv,
Israel.[186][187] The American and Mexican national soccer teams also
posed together in a Unity Wall in response to Trump's election before
their World Cup qualifying match in Columbus, Ohio.[188]
Michael Moore at the march against Trump, New York City, November 12, 2016
November 12
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News report about the protests in Los Angeles on November 12 from Voice
of America
During a peaceful march in Oregon in the early hours of November
12, one protester was shot by an unknown assailant.[189] Police in
Portland, Oregon, said that they arrested over than twenty people after
protesters refused to disperse.[190]
Protesters at an anti-Trump rally in Indianapolis on November 12
On the first weekend day after the election, a march of over 10,000
people in Los Angeles went from MacArthur Park and shut down the busy
Wilshire Blvd corridor.[191][192] In New York City, another crowd cited
by NBC News as 25,000[193] marched from Union Square to Trump
Tower.[194][195][196] In Chicago, thousands of people marched through
The Loop.[197] In Indianapolis, about 500 people gathered at the
Statehouse, then proceeded to march downtown.[198] Protesters split off
into several groups, some of which moved to the streets and blocked
traffic.[199] Some protesters were allegedly throwing rocks at police
officers, who responded by firing non-lethal weapons.[200]
International protests also occurred in cities such as Berlin,
Germany, Melbourne, Australia and Perth, Australia and Auckland, New
Zealand.[201][202][203][204]
November 13
Chicago, Illinois[205]
Denver, Colorado[206]
Erie, Pennsylvania[193]
Fort Lauderdale, Florida[193]
Los Angeles, California[193]
Manchester, New Hampshire[207]
New Haven, Connecticut[193]
New York City, New York[193]
Oakland, California[193]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[193]
Royal Oak, Michigan[208]
San Francisco, California[193]
Springfield, Massachusetts[193]
San Antonio, Texas [209]
International protests occurred in cities including Toronto,
Canada, where about a thousand people gathered in Nathan Phillips
Square.[210][211]
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Anti-Trump protest in Silver Spring, Maryland[212]
November 14
A group of 40 protesters in Washington, D.C. staged a sit-in at
the office of prospective Senate minority leader Charles Schumer, in an
effort to change Democratic leadership and prevent the party's
collaboration with Trump. Seventeen arrests were made at that sit-in.[213]
At a small protest at Ohio State University, protest leader
Timothy Adams was attacked from behind and knocked down to the steps he
was standing on, breaking his bullhorn and glasses.[214][215]
Several school districts experienced walkouts from high school
students, many of them too young to have voted.[216]
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Wilson High School students protest outside Trump Hotel in Washington,
D.C. News report from Voice of America.
November 15 – Protests occurred in the following cities and
Akron, Ohio[217]
Beltsville, Maryland[218]
Kalamazoo, Michigan[219]
Montgomery County, Maryland[220]
New York City[221]
Santa Barbara, California[222]
Washington, D.C.[221][223]
La Salle University[224]
Penn State University[225]
Rutgers University[226]
St. Mary's College of California[227]
Stanford University[228]
University of California, Riverside[229]
University of Chicago[230]
University of Illinois at Chicago[231]
Protesters in Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
November 16
Student protests continued for a third day in Montgomery
County, Maryland.[220]
Students around the country walked out of classes in an effort
to push their schools to declare themselves a "sanctuary campus" from
Trump's planned immigration policy of mass deportations.[232] The
Stanford, Rutgers, and St. Mary's protests on November 15 were among the
first.[227] Rutgers President Robert Barchi responded that the school
will protect the privacy of its undocumented immigrants.[233] California
State University Chancellor Timothy P. White made a similar
affirmation.[234] Iowa State University reaffirmed continuation of their
already existing policy.[235]
Around 350 Harvard University faculty members signed a letter
urging the administration to denounce hate speech, protect student
privacy, reaffirm admissions and financial aid policies and to make the
university a sanctuary. One of the first to sign the letter was Henry
Louis Gates Jr.[236]
The letters of Trump's name were removed from three buildings
in Manhattan, including Trump Place due to angered residents.[237]
November 17
Protest in Mission District, San Francisco, California on November 17
In the early morning in Los Angeles, protesters chanted "Fire
Bannon" in reference to Trump appointing Steve Bannon as chief White
House strategist and senior counselor on Sunday.[238][239] Bannon denied
accusations of his being a white nationalist, saying "I'm a
nationalist."[240][241]
Two students were arrested at a protest at the University of
Pittsburgh[242]
A rally was held at the University of Miami[243]
Around 100 students protested at Portland State University[244]
November 18
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Anti-Trump protest in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on November 18
Various protests occurred in Augusta, Maine,[245] Chapel Hill,
North Carolina,[246] Cleveland, Ohio,[247][248] Prince George's County,
Maryland,[249] Sacramento, California,[250] and Washington, D.C.[251]
Vice President-elect Mike Pence attended the musical Hamilton
in New York City, where he was addressed by the cast.[252]
November 19
Protesters in Chicago on November 19, Marching toward Trump Tower Chicago
Protesters at an anti-Trump rally in San Francisco
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Philadelphia anti-Trump Rally on November 19, 2016
About 3,000 formed a hand holding ring around Green Lake in
Seattle, Washington.[253]
In Chicago, approximately 2,000 protesters marched from Federal
Plaza to Trump Tower Chicago.[254][255][256][257]
Several hundred protesters rallied and marched in downtown San
Francisco.[258]
In New York City, three separate protests converged on the
heavily secured area surrounding Trump Tower in New York City, where
security guided them into a demonstration pen that had been erected
outside of the president elect's offices and residence. One group
marched from Queens.[259] One group protesting Trump's appointment of
Bannon marched from Washington Square Park. A smaller but more dramatic
group wearing stage special effects makeup of wounds and scars, marched
from Union Square to indicate the damage a Trump administration will
have on "marginalized people" including women.[260]
International protests occurred in Toronto, Canada;[261]
Melbourne, Australia;[262] and Paris, France.[263]
November 20
A 69-year-old man dressed in a U.S. Marine uniform set himself
alight in the Highland Square in Akron, Ohio, after ranting about the
need to protest Trump's election. He was hospitalized in stable
condition.[264][265]
A protest in Brooklyn Heights attracted Adam Horovitz to Adam
Yauch Park (a park named after his late-Beastie Boys bandmate), where
multiple spray-painted swastikas and the message “Go Trump" had been
discovered two days before.[266] At the protest, Horovitz released a
statement against Trump.[267]
An anti-Trump group called "Not Up For Grabs: Portland" marched
in Portland, Oregon.[268]
During a live performance on the American Music Awards of 2016,
Green Day performed their new song Bang Bang. In the middle of the song,
lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong included the anti-Trump chant "No
Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!"[269]
November 21
A rally was held outside the Rhode Island State House in
Providence, Rhode Island.[270]
A protest was held in front of the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus,
Ohio.[271]
Protests continued outside Portland City Hall in Portland,
Oregon, and a march was held later in the evening.[272]
November 22 – Students at Christopher Newport University
protested.[273]
Protest in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 23
November 23 – A protest occurred in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The
protesters called for President Obama to pardon all immigrants before
the end of his term.[274]
November 25 – On Black Friday, protesters blocked entrances to
stores on the Magnificent Mile in Chicago.[275]
November 26 – A small protest occurred at Pioneer Courthouse Square
in Portland, Oregon. Protester Bobby Lang said, "It's either sit in
horror or go out and do things."[276]
November 27 – A protest occurred at the Nebraska State Capitol
building.[277] The crowd was estimated at around 200 people.[278]
December 8 – There was controversy about the inaugural permitting
for protests.[279] Hundreds of thousands of people have organized on
Facebook to attend.[280] Partnership for Civil Justice Fund for the
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition has a lawsuit pending about protest near the
Trump Hotel.[281]
December 18 – On International Migrants Day approximately 2,000
people marched peacefully in downtown Los Angeles against Trump's
policies on immigration, the environment and healthcare.[282]
December 19 – On the day the United States Electoral College
convened protests were held at numerous state capitols, including but
not limited to those of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Tennessee,[283]
and Idaho.[284]
January 3 – Five men, including NAACP president Cornell William
Brooks, and one woman held a sit-in at Jeff Sessions' office in Mobile,
Alabama, intending to stay until Sessions withdrew his name for
consideration as United States Attorney General or they were
arrested.[285] The sit-in started at 11:00 AM and ended at 6:30 PM when
the protesters were arrested.[286]
January 14 – About 2,000 protesters, most of them African-American,
marched through rain near the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to demand
protection of civil rights and voting rights.[287]
January 19
The night before the inauguration, hundreds of people protested
outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City.[288]
During the DeploraBall in Washington, D.C., hundreds of
anti-Trump protesters demonstrated outside of the National Press
Building.[289]
Protests during the presidency
Protest in Chicago on January 20
January 20 – Fifty women from El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez,
demonstrated against the proposed wall and the Trump Administration
immigration policies by standing on the US/Mexico border, linked by
hands and braiding scarves or hair together between 7am and
9am.[290][291] The women were part of an organization called Boundless
Across Borders.[291]
January 20, inauguration – Multiple protests took place in
connection with the inauguration of Donald Trump as the President of the
United States of America.[292]
Women's March in Washington D.C.
January 21, Women's Marches – A series of political rallies known
as Women's Marches took place in locations around the world.[293][294]
Estimates suggest between 3.3 and 4.6 million people took part, making
it the largest protest in United States history.[295]
January 25 – Seven Greenpeace members climbed a construction crane
belonging to Clark Construction and displayed a large banner saying
"Resist", blocking traffic and interrupting work on a new office
building a half mile from The White House.[296]
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'Trump Immigration Order Sparks Protests at NY Airport' report from
Voice of America
January 28 – Protests occurred at airports across the US,[297]
including O'Hare International Airport in Chicago,[298] JFK Airport in
New York, SFO in San Francisco,[298][299] LAX in Los Angeles[300] and
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.[301]
January 29 – Protests against executive order 13769, banning
travelers and refugees from certain countries continue at airports and
public spaces, continue in the United States[302][303][304] and
internationally.[305]
January 30 – A protest occurred at the U.S. Consulate in Toronto,
Canada in the wake of Trump's executive order on immigration.[306] A
demonstration by Democrats was held outside of the Supreme Court to
protest the executive order.[307] Across major cities in the United
Kingdom, large crowds varying from over 200 people, protested against
the Trump Administration's order on banning travellers and refugees from
certain countries, as well supporting the petition to ban the Trump
state visit to the U.K, which gathered over one million signatures in
two days.[308][309]
January 31 – Protests against Executive Order 13769 continue. In
Las Cruces, New Mexico, demonstrators showed up outside the Islamic
Center to show support for the Muslim community.[310]
February 2017
February 2 – Yemeni business owners in New York City shut down
their various businesses from noon until 8pm to protest executive order
13769.[311] Thousands of Comcast employees in Portland, Washington,
D.C., Philadelphia and Sunnyvale walked off the job in protest of the
same executive order.[312] An LGBT anti-Trump rally was held in West
Hollywood.[313] Some Baltimore residents protested both against this
executive order and against "alleged drafts of orders" that might target
LGBT rights.[314]
February 3 – Mock vigils for the Bowling Green Massacre, a
fictitious event accidentally created by Kellyanne Conway while
defending executive order 13769 took place in Bowling Green,
Kentucky[315] and at Bowling Green train station in New York
City.[316][317] An LGBT "dance protest" was held outside the Trump
International Hotel in downtown Washington, D.C., with several hundred
participants.[318]
Protests in St. Louis
LGBT Solidarity Rally on February 4
February 4 – Protests occurred near Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in
Palm Beach.[319] Between 1,200[319] and 2,000 protesters attended,
starting outside Trump Plaza and continuing on Flagler Drive.[320]
Protests also occurred in Toronto,[321] San Francisco,[322] and London
against the travel ban.[323] The London protest also objected to Trump's
upcoming state visit.[323] Outside of the Stonewall Inn, thousands of
LGBTQ supporters protested against Trump.[324][325]
February 5 – Protests outside of Super Bowl LI took place in
Houston.[326] Hundreds attended a march going from Hermann Park to NRG
Stadium.[327] In Los Angeles, around 1,500 demonstrators protested
against the Dakota and Keystone XL pipeline project.[328]
February 6 – Around 200 people protested outside of the Trump
International Hotel in Manhattan against Executive Order 13769.[329]
Twenty rabbis were arrested in the protest.[329]
February 7 – Protesters in New York marched outside of Goldman
Sachs' headquarters to protest "Wall Street's involvement in President
Donald Trump's administration."[330]
February 10 – Thousands of protesters in Iran demonstrated against
Trump in Azadi Square on the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.[331]
February 11 – Thousands gather at Ocean Beach in San Francisco and
spell out the word "Resist !!", with overflow crowds creating an
underline.[332] In Scotland, protesters in Edinburgh demonstrate against
Trump.[333] Protests also occurred in Prague.[334] Thousands protested
in Raleigh in support of LGBT rights and against Trump.[335]
February 12 – Thousands in cities across Mexico took to the streets
in protest against Trump's attitude towards Mexicans and his proposed
border wall.[336] Hundreds of protesters in Chicago lined up along the
Chicago River and then mooned Trump Tower.[337]
February 13 – The "Day Without Latinos" strike in Milwaukee
protested both Trump-supporter, Sheriff David Clarke and the Trump
administration's aggressive moves on immigrants.[338] Students at Howard
University protested Betsy Devos's visit to the campus and have asked
campus administration to block President Trump from visiting.[339]
February 14 – A protest against the Trump administration took place
in Rochester.[340]
February 16 – A Day Without Immigrants took place around the United
States where immigrants stayed home from school, work and did not spend
money in order to show their impact on society. The protest was in
response to the Trump administration's stance on immigration and
increased federal raids.[341]
Day Without Immigrants 2017 – Protesters in Washington, D.C.
February 17 – General strike (see also: Day Without Immigrants
2017), prior to President's Day.[342][343] Hundreds of people
demonstrated against the Trump administration in Washington Square
Park.[343]
February 18 – Anti-Trump protesters demonstrated in a peaceful
protest outside of a Trump rally held at the Orlando-Melbourne
International Airport.[344] In New York, a staged funeral to "mourn the
death of the U.S. presidency took place in Washington Square Park.[345]
February 19 – Over 1,000 people participated in the "I Am a Muslim
Too" rally at Times Square.[346] The event was organized by Russell
Simmons and several religious leaders of different faiths.[346] Boston
held a rally in support of science and the environment.[345]
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'Not My President's Day Protest' video from Voice of America
February 20 – Not My Presidents Day, thousands of protesters in
cities around the country demonstrated against Trump.[347]
February 21 – Protesters participated in a "Resist Trump Tuesday"
protest in Chicago where 8 clergy members of different faiths were
arrested.[348]
February 22 – After the Trump administration rescinded the
protections for transgender students to use school restrooms that
correspond to their gender identity, protests took place. [349] There
were around 200 people demonstrating in front of the White House in
support of transgender students' rights.[350] The city council of
Richmond, California passed a resolution which supported an
investigation of Trump in relation to the Foreign Emoluments Clause of
the Constitution.[351]
February 24 – The United Talent Agency (UTA), which had already
cancelled its Oscars party, hosted a rally against Trump, called "United
Voices."[352] The event helped raise $320,000 for the ACLU and the
International Rescue Committee.[352] At the rally were Jodie Foster,
Michael J. Fox, Keegan-Michael Key and other celebrities.[353] There
were nearly 2,000 attendees.[352]
February 27 – A peaceful protest that stopped some traffic occurred
in Minneapolis in the evening. The protest drew between 150 and 200
demonstrators who protested Trump and were in support of $15 minimum
wage.[354]
February 28 – Protesters in Vancouver demonstrated anti-Trump
sentiment during the grand opening of the Trump hotel in Vancouver.[355]
Outside the White House, despite pouring rain, Rosie O'Donnell led a few
hundred protesters against Trump.[356]
March 2017
March 1 – Protests against Trump using the hashtag,
#CampusResistance, occurred on college campuses across the United
States.[357]
March 2 – Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
protested proposed budget cuts for their department. There were a "few
dozen" protesters at the Federal Plaza in Chicago.[358]
March 3 – Around 1,000 protesters in Chicago demonstrated for
transgender rights and against the Trump administration.[359] In Palm
Beach, around 100 protesters demonstrated against Trump, and one
protester was arrested and given a traffic ticket and then released.[360]
March 4 – Counter-protesters at Pro-Trump rallies (Spirit of
America) occurred on March 4, with one protest, at Berkeley, becoming a
violent clash between pro and anti-Trump groups.[361] Ten people were
arrested in connection with the violence and the protest briefly shut
down the BART station at Berkeley.[362] In Minneapolis, anti-Trump and
pro-Trump supporters also clashed and six people were arrested for
setting off firecrackers.[363]
March 6 – A rally held outside of the White House against the new
travel ban. Tom Perez was one of the speakers.[364]
March 8 – A Day Without a Woman, a call for women not to work on
International Women's Day.[365]
March 10 – Thousands of protesters marched from the US Army Corps
of Engineers headquarters to the White House to protest the Dakota
Pipeline decision by Trump.[366]
March 12 – In Baltimore, several groups protested the revised
travel ban.[367] On Sunday morning, an anonymous environmental group
carved the message "NO MORE TIGERS. NO MORE WOODS." into the greens of
the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes.[368] On the same
day, in Brentwood, Los Angeles, roughly 50–60 people protested outside
the offices of Breitbart News aiming to "hold the Trump Administration
accountable for its unprecedented assault on the free press."[369]
March 14 – Tech industry workers protested Trump's policies on Pi
Day.[370] There were a few hundred protesters in Palo Alto.[371]
March 15 – Hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside of a Trump
rally in Nashville.[372] A physician, Carol Paris, interrupted the rally
with a sign reading "Improved Medicare for All" and when she was met
with boos from the crowd, Trump stopped speaking and she was asked to
leave.[373] In Detroit, about 300 protesters demonstrated at the Willow
Run Airport and denounced Trump's environmental policies.[374]
March 17 – A small protest against Trump took in took place in
Aspen.[375] In New York, the "Irish Stand" event took place. It was led
by Aodhán Ó Riordáin in Riverside Church and opposed Trump's stance on
immigration.[376]
March 18 – Protests in London, Cardiff and Glasgow against Brexit
and Trump's "anti-migrant hysteria."[377]
March 20 – Hundreds of protesters on Monday waved signs and gave
fiery speeches at the gates to Freedom Hall ahead President Donald
Trump's visit to tout his plan to replace Obamacare, booing as Air Force
One passed overhead for landing. [378][379]
March 21 – In opposition to "Trump Care," around 300 protesters
held a "die-in" outside of the office of Representative Darrell Issa in
Vista, California.[380]
March 25 – Trump supporters clashed with Protesters after the Trump
supporters path were blocked by the protesters.[381]
March 28 – Anti-Trump Protesters Gather Outside Senator Cornyn’s
Houston Office and voice their opinion.[382]
April 2017
Tax March demonstrators outside the United States Capitol
April 1 – Hundreds of protesters showed up for a "dance party"
protest outside of Ivanka Trump's Washington, D.C. home.[383]
April 2 – Around 300 people, both pro and anti Trump came to a
rally at Esther Short Park.[384]
April 3 – Protesters displayed a banner with the words "Impeach
Trump" at the opening day game at Nationals Park.[385]
April 4 – Movie theaters across the United States and in five other
countries screened 1984 in a protest against Donald Trump.[386][387]
April 9 – More than 3,000 people came to the Dallas MegaMarch
demonstration to protest Trump's immigration policies.[388][389]
Protests against Trump's strike on Syria occurred in Milwaukee.[390]
April 10 – Children and young adults from the group, We Belong
Together, start their spring break trip to Washington D.C. to protest
Trump. They first protested on Monday outside of Mayor Carlos Gimenez's
office because the mayor of Miami-Dade County has agreed to work with
Trump.[391]
April 11 – Protests against both Trump and Representative Marsha
Blackburn took place in Clarksville, Tennessee.[392]
April 12 – The "first protest in space" was carried out by the
Autonomous Space Agency Network (ASAN) by printing a tweet against Trump
and flown into the near-space atmosphere.[393]
April 13 – Around 25 protesters from the group, "Rise and Resist"
were arrested while protesting immigration policies at Trump Tower.[394]
Around 200 young people and other activists from We Belong Together
protested in front of the White House.[395]
April 15 – The Tax March demanded that Donald Trump release his tax
returns. Thousands attended rallies and marches held throughout the
U.S.[396][397] At least 21 people were arrested as Trump supporters and
opponents clashed Saturday at the Civic Center Park in Berkeley,
California, police said. Another eleven people were also injured.[398]
April 18 – Protesters came to Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wisconsin to
urge Trump to release his tax returns. President Trump was there to sign
an executive order.[399]
April 19 – Anti-Trump protesters showed up at Auburn University
after "word got out that white nationalist Richard Spencer would be
speaking at an event."[400]
April 22 – March for Science – "Crowds massed in the US capital and
around the world on Earth Day to support science and evidence-based
research – a protest partly fueled by opposition to President Donald
Trump's threats of budget cuts to agencies funding scientists' work."[401]
April 29 – People's Climate Mobilization, environmental activists
planned out rallies and marches in Washington, D.C., and throughout the
United States.[402]
May 2017
May 1 – Immigration rights strike and protest were planned.[403]
The 2017 May Day protests took place across the country.[404]
May 3 - Demonstrators rallied outside the White House to protest
executive order 13798, Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty.[405]
May 4 - A protest took place in New York when Trump returned to the
city for the first time since he took office.[406] A protest took place
at the Wallace Bennett Federal Building in Salt Lake City after the
House passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA).[407]
May 9 - Hundreds of protesters demanded that Trump stay in the
Paris Agreement, rallying outside of the Trump Hotel in Washington,
D.C.[408]
May 10 - A protest against Trump took place outside of the White
House where demonstrators called for an independent prosecutor and for
Trump's impeachment.[409] Betsy DeVos was booed and students turned
their back to her when she gave a commencement speech at Bethune-Cookman
University.[410]
May 11 - Protesters in Butte gathered to demonstrated against
Donald Trump, Jr. and Greg Gianforte.[411] Around 150 protesters in San
Diego protested against Trump and the GOP.[412]
May 13 - Around 200 protesters spelled out the word "Resist!" with
their bodies on Trump National Golf Course in Rancho Palos Verdes,
California.[413] Around a hundred protesters demonstrated in Lynchburg
against Trump's Liberty University address.[414] Protesters in South
Florida demonstrated in Little Haiti against the deportation of Haitian
refugees.[415]
May 15 - Protesters in Seattle rallied in front of the federal
courthouse in opposition to the travel ban.[416] Artist, Robin Bell,
used a video projector to place words on the Trump International Hotel
such as "pay Trump bribes here" and "emoluments welcome."[417]
May 20 - Protests took place in Yemen in opposition of Trump's
visit to Saudi Arabia. Thousands of demonstrators aligned with Houthi
rebels marched through Sana'a.[418]
May 23 - Thousands of demonstrators in Gaza supporting the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) protested Trump's visit to
Bethlehem.[419] Protesters in Rome demonstrated against Trump's visit to
the Vatican.[420] Hundreds of students walked out on Mike Pence's
commencement speech at Notre Dame in order to protest Trump
administration policies.[421]
May 24 - Around 9,000 people in Brussels attended a rally against
Trump who called the city a "hellhole." Belgians at the protest
indicated that he was not welcome and that they were against "his war
agenda."[422][423]
May 27 - A protest took place near the location of the G-7 summit
in Giardini Naxos.[424]
June 2017
June 1 - Protesters demonstrated against Trump's pull out from the
Paris Agreement in front of the White House.[425]
June 3 - Thousands of protesters participated in the March for
Truth.[426]
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Could you expand on that some. The condensed version is a bit hard to
digest.
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All of us have to stand up and control bama'sbig Government
Wiley E. Coyote
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If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons
seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s
downtown. There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift
clubs,canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of
brass knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them
there gun control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation
of non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the
solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
For one thing, stop scapegoating guns (and knives, pointy
sticks etc.) and address the actual causes of violence.
In this case, it looks like people who lost at the ballot box
think they can "win" (if you can call it "winning") by throwing
tantrums. People like that are spoiled children in adult bodies.
They need to learn how to handle disappointment like grownups.
One thing that would help is to get the news media and entertainment
industry to stop fanning the flames. How to accomplish THAT is
beyond my pay grade.
What tantrums?
The FBI was investigating Trump BEFORE he won the election.
Sessions lied. Kushner lied. Page Lied. Manafort lied. Gordon lied.
Flint lied.
And it goes on, and on, and on.
So I say again... what tantrums? They all lied about the same thing -
having contacts with a hostile foreign government that hacked into one
side of the election, to benefit the other side.
And you think investigating an attack on our democracy by a foreign
government in order to put someone at the head of the US government who
would benefit that foreign power is a TANTRUM?
Grow up.
Are you so stupid as to have missed all the rioting by the leftie progs?
Ever hear of antifa?

And speaking of liars, Obama, Clinton, Rice, Powers.

Tsk, tsk.
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It's time for the students to step up their game and kill people like
Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
PaxPerPoten
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Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons seized
by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s downtown.
There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift clubs,
canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of brass
knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them there gun
control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation of
non-firearm weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution,
right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
Deport all Muslims......And Democrats... The world will be a better
place with them in another part of it...Not Here!
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the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all
ages who mean to govern well, but *They mean to govern*. They promise to
be good masters, *but they mean to be masters*. Daniel Webster
None of the Above
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Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in
Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in
recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons seized
by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s downtown.
There are axes and crowbars, dozens of sticks and makeshift clubs,
canisters of mace, knives, hammers, batons and even a set of brass
knuckles.
It just goes to show, Oregon needs to pass some more of them there gun
control law thingies. That should stop the proliferation of non-firearm
weapons. After all, gun control is always the solution, right?
Well, doing what we're doing is definitely NOT working.
What's your great idea?
Lotsa "antifa" thugs bleeding out in a gutter.
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