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Anti-Trump protesters - VIOLENCE, HATE, and INTOLERANCE - compilation.
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The scary thought is what happens after the elections?

If Trump wins, will we need riot police, national guards, and the army to stop the protesters from destroying our nation from within? Will it even be safe to go outside after the election? Will there be riots and towns burning to the ground to try to have Trump thrown out before he takes office?

If Hillary/Bernie wins, will the country fall apart and just allow itself to be taken over by people who show no allegiance to this country? Will those minorities that are protesting have even more of a feeling of empowerment and just begin attacking anyone who looks at them the wrong way?

I think something needs to be done about these protesters before the general election comes up. I really don't want to see what will happen if these actions are allowed to continue all the way to the polls.



The only reason the police don't do anything about the protesters is because of the PC culture. They "hurt" the protesters (god forbid its a black or an illegal because honestly only illegal hispanics attend the protests. Most Legal hispanics are not against or are voting for trump) then they lose their job and get a big nastly blotch on their record and getting another job is difficult.

PC culture is why these protests get so bad. Remember the rallies near LA? Those cops didn't give a fuck because they are used to not taking shit from people who are actually breaking the law. They stand up for each other and if the PC culture wanted to remove those cops that actually acted against the "Peaceful" anti-trump protesters then they would have to replace literally an entire Police force.
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Extremism makes my blood curdle.
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Freddy96NO yeah its really pushing those who hate to have a "reason" to hate.



Are you implying Trump supporters are mindless haters? Have you actually talked to any in person or are you just going by the media's nonstop smear campaign against anyone not voting Dem?

I'm curious when expecting people to obey the law became "hateful." Illegal immigration has created numerous problems in the United States. TB and many other diseases are on the rise, infecting and killing people, when they had been all but eradicated from this country. A major outbreak was just traced back to an immigration center. Violent crimes, particularly related to drugs, are being committed by illegal aliens. These crimes would not have occurred if the criminal wasn't here to commit them in the first place. Then we have the problem of joblessness. Millions of new people coming into the country when there aren't enough jobs for the people already here is not helping the problem of poverty. Nor is the continually growing cost of welfare and other protections for illegals. While unable to directly claim benefits, by simply having a child on US soil, illegals are obtaining support programs which are supposed to be helping citizens. The costs continue to rise. In some cases, school districts are having their budgets virtually wiped out merely because they are trying to teach children from dozens of countries and none of them speak English, leading to a need for dozens of translators.

There has been a clear cost in both lives and treasure for supporting illegal immigration. Now we have reports of Mexican human traffickers (the same people who "help" illegal aliens enter the United States) helping people from terrorist hot spots enter illegally through the Mexican border.

Meanwhile, Mexico policies it's own borders quite effectively and no one accuses them of racism for wanting their border secure and their immigration laws followed.

Right here in this thread are people who look upon violence committed against people doing nothing more than exercising their constitutional right of freedom of peaceful assembly and think that violence is justified because Trump says things that offend or worry people.

If fear of being punished for violating federal law justifies assault, battery, and other violence, then what does being subjected to violence justify in return? When Trump called on his supporters to fight back, they are met with more violence and a media that simply nodded and praised the "protestors."

Every day in the United States, families are broken up because someone broke the law and they have to go to prison or their kids have to be taken away from them. Why are illegal aliens given a special right to expect that they will not be required to face the consequences of violating the law?

More to the point, why should I be expected to help pay for them to continue to break the law? Why are tax dollars going to people who are breaking the law continuously? In what world does it makes sense to reward lawbreaking?

This constant refrain of "think of the families" is ignoring that families suffer every day because of the consequences of family members breaking the law. Why should illegal aliens get special treatment as a group when our
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I do not live in the USA but if I did I would never vote for Donald Trump , he seems soooooo ignorant. Every video I see him in its either about racism or hate speeches from him. If he becomes the next president there is no hope for humanity...
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Frankly, I'm soundly disappointed in the candidates that have been put forward this time.

A reality show host who has been dominating the airwaves with whatever outrageous thing comes to mind, promoting fear, xenophobia, and hate.

An avowed socialist who would send the both the national debt and the deficit soaring in implementing his policies without the means to pay for them.

A candidate who is despised by the opposing party, carrying her husband's baggage, and is probably the closest to 'moderate' that you're going to see this election cycle.

Since we're talking about violence, let's be clear about something - if you're busy preaching hate, don't be surprised if someone else responds in kind.

On burning the flag - I may not like it, but it is protected political free speech according to the Supreme Court.

On the ethnicity of a judge - So, does this mean I can claim that a black/Asian/Hispanic/Native American/Caucasian judge would automatically be biased against me? Don't fall for this. The judge in question is an American, born to immigrants, and was approved overwhelmingly by Congress to his seat. That he is a member of a group of similar Hispanic judiciary and legal workers does not mean he is part of La Raza. The only question should be whether or not the judge has received all the pertinent facts in order to render fair judgement.

Let's look at another comment from our reality star - "I'd have those countries where we have personnel pay for our protection" (paraphrased, not a direct quote, but fairly close). Really? What are we, Mafia 2.0? We have personnel in different countries to protect our own interests, with corresponding basing agreements.

In the many years I've voted, this is the first time I've had to seriously consider writing on the ballot 'none of these candidates are acceptable'.


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Freddy96NO yeah its really pushing those who hate to have a "reason" to hate.

Are you implying Trump supporters are mindless haters?
no...but I mean a very few some that might be close to trump as well or trump himself (or some of the views he holds that might be reinforced by such news or events he has to deal with or "looks" at)
When he is as like he is you can't really trust much of what he would do/say.
But he is a nice gamble if you can make it and someone to help him out.
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On burning the flag - I may not like it, but it is protected political free speech according to the Supreme Court.



It may be legal but its not right, and it doesn't make any sense whatsoever to burn a countries flag because you are opposed to one candidate. Just like flying the Mexican flag at the protests doesn't make any sense.

This isn't Mexico, and none of the candidates are of Hispanic decent so what is that in support of? There was an article about it showing their opposition to being called criminals and rapists, but what are they showing, that they are in fact acting like criminals?

Yeah, what Trump says is bold and controversial, its considered taboo to talk openly about, but I don't see how that constitutes or condones the use of violence to oppose him or his supporters. If they did nothing, they'd have the moral high ground and ensure Trump wouldn't win, but they are lowering themselves to a point below Trump.
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Solefyre wrote:


MeanderCat wrote:

On burning the flag - I may not like it, but it is protected political free speech according to the Supreme Court.



It may be legal but its not right, and it doesn't make any sense whatsoever to burn a countries flag because you are opposed to one candidate. Just like flying the Mexican flag at the protests doesn't make any sense.

This isn't Mexico, and none of the candidates are of Hispanic decent so what is that in support of? There was an article about it showing their opposition to being called criminals and rapists, but what are they showing, that they are in fact acting like criminals?

Yeah, what Trump says is bold and controversial, its considered taboo to talk openly about, but I don't see how that constitutes or condones the use of violence to oppose him or his supporters. If they did nothing, they'd have the moral high ground and ensure Trump wouldn't win, but they are lowering themselves to a point below Trump.


Actually it might. It could symbolize a lot of things, usually the downfall of a free america or something. This is made more real by the polls the media keeps pushing where Trump evenly keeps up with Clinton.



MeanderCat wrote:

Frankly, I'm soundly disappointed in the candidates that have been put forward this time.

A reality show host who has been dominating the airwaves with whatever outrageous thing comes to mind, promoting fear, xenophobia, and hate.

An avowed socialist who would send the both the national debt and the deficit soaring in implementing his policies without the means to pay for them.

A candidate who is despised by the opposing party, carrying her husband's baggage, and is probably the closest to 'moderate' that you're going to see this election cycle.

Since we're talking about violence, let's be clear about something - if you're busy preaching hate, don't be surprised if someone else responds in kind.

On burning the flag - I may not like it, but it is protected political free speech according to the Supreme Court.

On the ethnicity of a judge - So, does this mean I can claim that a black/Asian/Hispanic/Native American/Caucasian judge would automatically be biased against me? Don't fall for this. The judge in question is an American, born to immigrants, and was approved overwhelmingly by Congress to his seat. That he is a member of a group of similar Hispanic judiciary and legal workers does not mean he is part of La Raza. The only question should be whether or not the judge has received all the pertinent facts in order to render fair judgement.

Let's look at another comment from our reality star - "I'd have those countries where we have personnel pay for our protection" (paraphrased, not a direct quote, but fairly close). Really? What are we, Mafia 2.0? We have personnel in different countries to protect our own interests, with corresponding basing agreements.

In the many years I've voted, this is the first time I've had to seriously consider writing on the ballot 'none of these candidates are acceptable'.




Most candidates appear to agree to tax the "rich", with Trump's 4 bracket plan with the highest rate being 15% to Bernie Sanders raising taxing on the 1% of the 1%. Sanders wants to tax millionaires at the....3 mil bracket at around a 52% rate.

I'm not sure about the exact numbers, but those are pretty close from my memory.
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I knew you wouldn't shy away from a morbid sense of humor....


It's the only way to live.



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MeanderCat wrote:
In the many years I've voted, this is the first time I've had to seriously consider writing on the ballot 'none of these candidates are acceptable'.


What's wrong with the Libertarian candidates?
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DengekiFugu wrote:


MeanderCat wrote:
In the many years I've voted, this is the first time I've had to seriously consider writing on the ballot 'none of these candidates are acceptable'.


What's wrong with the Libertarian candidates?


Who is that? Need to look them up.
Side Note: mainly because any candidate that isn't running as republican or democrat doesn't do well in the general election due to lack of support.
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DengekiFugu wrote:


MeanderCat wrote:
In the many years I've voted, this is the first time I've had to seriously consider writing on the ballot 'none of these candidates are acceptable'.


What's wrong with the Libertarian candidates?


They won't win.
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Little ironic that the people who are attacking Trump supporters are the ones who preach for no more "hate speech, Violence, and bigotry".

Fucking morons.
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Dance puppets! Dance! >:D muhahahs

Yes I enjoy it, where else are you going to find quality comedy ?

You realize this shows you the true nature of humans, we don't know what the fuck we want, but we like to beat the shit out of others who disagree with what we think is right. Humanity 2020

It's ok, everyone can come to Canada Eh, enjoy the fresh air.
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Solefyre wrote:
Side Note: mainly because any candidate that isn't running as republican or democrat doesn't do well in the general election due to lack of support.



PeripheralVisionary wrote:

They won't win.


You're both probably right. Lack of support equates to money. It takes waaay too much money to win elections. The Koch brothers haven't thrown any money at Trump. I'm hopeful they'll bankroll the Libertarians.

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