Saturday, March 12, 2016

KC Trump rally

They prefer ¡Jabe! 
The KC Trump rally was an experience. The motley band of societal misfits comprising the protesters was a sight to behold. A smattering of illegals waving Mexican flags, Arab 'refugees' waving Iraqi flags, stencil-necked omega males with neckbeards and double-digit T-counts, physically repulsive feminists who would lose a beauty contest with a pillow every time, and lots of feral Black Lives Matter thugs. Drains on society almost to a person.

Lethargic in the sunlight, the miscreants
became aggressive at night
They wasted half an hour of several thousand peoples' time screaming semi-literate slogans while sporting a mix of improvised and professional protest signs (I assume many of them are on the MoveOn.org payroll in some capacity).

To the extent that they expressed a presidential preference, it was for Sanders virtually across the board. I have little doubt that if they could get away with it, they would've gladly sent every rally attendee to the gulag. These are not nice people, and Trump should absolutely prosecute every one of them inside the venue for disturbing the peace.

Plus: Cuck/cuckservative
has entered the vernacular
It's disgusting to see Rubio go after Trump on this, as though he is the cause of this savagery rather than merely a focal point of what is and has been there, and continues to grow. Cruz jumped on at first, but appears to have dropped it today. Perhaps the torrent of negative reaction he's weathered has changed his political calculations heart!

Whatever your opinion of Trump, if you tend to vote for people with Rs next to their names, your sympathies would be with he and his supporters if you'd attended, that I can tell you.

This is a Silent Majority redux.

In case you'd forgotten, Trump gets the National Question at a visceral level. It's not the so-called refugees' behavior that is the problem, it's the refugees who are the problem, period:



4 comments:

TangoMan said...

Sorry about this off-topic post, but you're on Twitter right? If you like this video would you blast it out to your followers? It's a crying shame that there is no intellectual discussion regarding the foundational issues of Trump's campaign and that a 20 year old video of a Cassandra who wasn't listened to becomes one of the most grounded intellectual discussions on these topic. I think that if more people see this video it will spur on discussion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwmOkaKh3-s

Dan said...

Yeah, George Soros is likely to be paying these protesters. The billionaire paying thugs to riot in Ferguson so he knows the territory. To say noblesse oblige is dead is an understatement. It is odd that someone in such a high position is such a determined wrecker.

I am convinced that George Soros is one of the most rotten human beings ever to have lived. He got off to a really auspicious start by handing over Jews to the Nazis in his native Hungary... He was always good at spotting arbitrage opportunities.

From a Levant article...

"How does Soros feel about what he did as a teenager? Has it kept him up at night?

Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes asked him that. Was it difficult? “Not at all,” Soros answered.

“No feeling of guilt?” asked Kroft. “No,” said Soros. “There was no sense that I shouldn’t be there. If I wasn’t doing it, somebody else would be taking it away anyhow. Whether I was there or not. So I had no sense of guilt.”"

He has his paw prints all over the mess in the Ukraine and the EU migrant crisis. I doubt he would be above encouraging political assassination in the US.


Audacious Epigone said...

I'll try and watch it tonight. Any certain highlights, or is it one of those "[watch] the whole thing" links?

TangoMan said...

The entire interview is informative for different reasons.

The part with Goldsmith gives a reasoned argument for Trump's trade positions. No one of stature is making those arguments today. Goldsmith makes predictions and we see that they're all coming out as he predicted. The latter half of the interview brings in Laura Tyson and we get to compare who Goldsmith argues based on his premises and on the motivation of corporate managers against Tyson arguing theory. To me, that section of the debate works as a way to validate economic theory. Who made the best prediction about how the future would turn out? Goldsmith did. Kind of a "street smarts" vs. "book learning" debate.