Posted on | January 20, 2017 | 2 Comments
Trump supporters, opponents clash
outside ‘DeploraBall’ in downtown D.C.
— Washington Post
Notice how (a) the anti-Trump protests are endorsed by the rich and famous, and (b) the violence of the anti-Trump mob attacking people in D.C. is depicted as a “clash” for which the victims of mob attack are made to seem equally responsible. Also (c) the violent mob getting pepper-sprayed by police is the headline, rather than the criminal activity of the mob which provoked this police crowd-control response.
The news media and the entertainment celebrities have chosen sides, and if any Trump supporters are injured as a result of the anti-Trump mob violence, the liberal elite will say, “They deserved it.”
— Deplorable Vet ?? (@KGBVeteran) January 20, 2017
Who is to blame for this unhinged left-wing madness?
The message drummed into the minds of students at America’s institutions of higher education is that all good people vote Democrat, and that anyone who votes Republican is a racist, sexist, homophobic ignoramus. This partisan prejudice accounts for the rage and despair reaction on campus to the election results.
You do not have to be a fan of Donald Trump to realize how absurdly unrealistic the academic reaction to the election has been. Some students actually seem to believe the partisan hype that depicts Trump’s election as a harbinger of incipient neo-fascism. There is no one on the faculty, apparently, who can explain to them that the Democrat propaganda churned out during the past presidential campaign was full of exaggeration and hyperbole. Aware that their candidate Hillary Clinton was widely unpopular among swing-state voters, Democrats resorted to fear-mongering rhetoric that depicted Hillary as The Last Hope to Save America From Republican/Nazi Trump/Hitler. . . .
ON HIS LAST DAY IN OFFICE, PRESIDENT OBAMA TURNS LOOSE HUNDREDS OF CONVICTED DOPE DEALERS https://t.co/QqyHG3UiBL
— The Patriarch Tree (@PatriarchTree) January 20, 2017
"It wasn't Donald Trump that divided this country, this country has been divided for a long time!" Stated today by Reverend Franklin Graham.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 19, 2017
— The Patriarch Tree (@PatriarchTree) January 19, 2017