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Donald Trump supporters rip up sign held by peaceful protesters at rally

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posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: intrptr

Lol that's exactly why Trump won't win. Radical Reactionary terrorism will not be accepted by America at large. We have enough terrorist problems




posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: theySeeme

Every group has some radical elements within it, so some of this has to be expected.

Especially with Trump's message that being crude, tough and bigoted is the remedy that will "Make America Great Again."

The most pathetic thing I saw was is the first video, when security came and removed the two guys who were doing nothing other than sitting in their seats and holding their signs....while totally ignoring the people who basically assaulted them.

If an offense was committed that warranted the attention of security personnel, it should have been for destruction of private property and not for exercising free speech.

While the video may have been edited or taken out of full context, from what it showed, the two protesters weren't even being disruptive at the time.

The only disruptive behavior I saw, came from the Trump supporters who security ignored.

Go figure!
edit on 7-1-2016 by Flatfish because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:15 AM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: nwtrucker

The "Left" had nothing to do with the Ferguson riots. That idea is a product of propaganda.


George Soros had everything to do with their anger and violence. Over 4 million paid out for what we now call BLM during those Ferguson riots. That's ALL left.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: introvert

Right. Propaganda. Google the Soros 'donations' to how many entities in Mo.? Yeah right, All are angels on the left. Now there's propaganda....

As far as 'debate' goes one only has to look at the labels the left media, posters not unlike yourself, Obama, himself, who have put every label imaginable on Trump. Not any rational rebuttal whatsoever.

Here's the hope of the left..."The poster Boy of Corporate America". That might work on those already enamored with the left but it won't get any traction with independents, minorities or millennials.

The polls show it, at least, so far.

The actions of the 'right; have DRIVEN me to support Trump over any of the others, at least at this point.

The irony is you guys don't even see he's a product of the disaffection of the whole damn system. That general disaffection is now the clear majority,

You guys keep playing the same way as what has disaffected that majority and you wonder why Trump is odds on favorite?

Wake up....or better yet, stay asleep.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:28 AM
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a reply to: LSU0408

BLM officially called-for and approved of the violence?

a reply to: nwtrucker



Google the Soros 'donations' to how many entities in Mo.?


Soros has a lot of money in a lot of places. I have yet to see him fund violent protests. The problem is that you cannot separate the BLM and other causes from the actions of ignorant individuals.



Yeah right, All are angels on the left. Now there's propaganda....


No one said that. Now there's hyperbole......



As far as 'debate' goes one only has to look at the labels the left media, posters not unlike yourself, Obama, himself, who have put every label imaginable on Trump. Not any rational rebuttal whatsoever.


Trump is deserving of the many labels he has recieved, but the real point here is that your initial statement about "debate" was ridiculous and your rebuttal is irrational. Dare I say, it seems emotional.



Here's the hope of the left..."The poster Boy of Corporate America". That might work on those already enamored with the left but it won't get any traction with independents, minorities or millennials.

The polls show it, at least, so far.

The actions of the 'right; have DRIVEN me to support Trump over any of the others, at least at this point.

The irony is you guys don't even see he's a product of the disaffection of the whole damn system. That general disaffection is now the clear majority,

You guys keep playing the same way as what has disaffected that majority and you wonder why Trump is odds on favorite?

Wake up....or better yet, stay asleep.


Ok....well. It appears that rational is a very important term to use because this response is lacking it. This is nothing more than the irrational ranting of a Trump fanboy.

I'd like to converse with you on this topic, but you have to make a logical point for me to respond.

By the way, you never educated me on why you believe these are professional protesters. Care to?
edit on 7-1-2016 by introvert because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:32 AM
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a reply to: Flatfish

What makes you think they were really Trump supporters? The anger and outrage coming from people towards Trump makes it very easy to believe that Trump haters would pay money to have a minority there with a sign and a supposed Trump supporter go after that person. And why not? It makes all of us Trump supporters easy to mix in to that paint when the media and other dull tools talk about Trump.

I'd be less surprised to find out they were all plants.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:35 AM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: LSU0408

BLM officially called-for and approved of the violence?


In my opinion, absolutely. I've seen their hateful marches and protests. Ain't nuttin good happent since they sagged out on the scene...



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:40 AM
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originally posted by: LSU0408

originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: LSU0408

BLM officially called-for and approved of the violence?


In my opinion, absolutely. I've seen their hateful marches and protests. Ain't nuttin good happent since they sagged out on the scene...


Your opinion, while we may respect it, is not indicative of reality. If their goal is to highlight the reality of systemic racism, then something good has "happent".



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:51 AM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: LSU0408

BLM officially called-for and approved of the violence?

a reply to: nwtrucker



Google the Soros 'donations' to how many entities in Mo.?


Soros has a lot of money in a lot of places. I have yet to see him fund violent protests. The problem is that you cannot separate the BLM and other causes from the actions of ignorant individuals.



Yeah right, All are angels on the left. Now there's propaganda....


No one said that. Now there's hyperbole......



As far as 'debate' goes one only has to look at the labels the left media, posters not unlike yourself, Obama, himself, who have put every label imaginable on Trump. Not any rational rebuttal whatsoever.


Trump is deserving of the many labels he has recieved, but the real point here is that your initial statement about "debate" was ridiculous and your rebuttal is irrational. Dare I say, it seems emotional.



Here's the hope of the left..."The poster Boy of Corporate America". That might work on those already enamored with the left but it won't get any traction with independents, minorities or millennials.

The polls show it, at least, so far.

The actions of the 'right; have DRIVEN me to support Trump over any of the others, at least at this point.

The irony is you guys don't even see he's a product of the disaffection of the whole damn system. That general disaffection is now the clear majority,

You guys keep playing the same way as what has disaffected that majority and you wonder why Trump is odds on favorite?

Wake up....or better yet, stay asleep.


Ok....well. It appears that rational is a very important term to use because this response is lacking it. This is nothing more than the irrational ranting of a Trump fanboy.

I'd like to converse with you on this topic, but you have to make a logical point for me to respond.

By the way, you never educated me on why you believe these are professional protesters. Care to?


I personally know people paid to attend protests. None were right supporting, that I know of. Whether these guys were or not, I have no idea. The point is the hyperbole you and yours put on it. As if trump is responsible. the usual positioning, I suppose, yet indicative of no real rebut to Trump.

You completely ignore my points of a general 'tired of political as usual' support of Trump and the obvious point that his very outrageousness stresses and re-enforces the perception he's outside the good old boy network. As 'they' would never make statements like that.

You , of course, ignore that and say I make no rational point. Dude, sorry, you can't counter my point-and Trump's sheer brilliance- hence say it has something to do with me.

I will leave it to ATS as to whose got this one right.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:54 AM
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Pretty convincing.

They seem to be using better caliber actors lately.




posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:57 AM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
Pretty convincing.

They seem to be using better caliber actors lately.





So was everyone in arena who was supporting the first video actors as well? Seems Trump has a long history of hiring actors to protest for him.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:15 AM
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originally posted by: LSU0408
a reply to: Flatfish

What makes you think they were really Trump supporters? The anger and outrage coming from people towards Trump makes it very easy to believe that Trump haters would pay money to have a minority there with a sign and a supposed Trump supporter go after that person. And why not? It makes all of us Trump supporters easy to mix in to that paint when the media and other dull tools talk about Trump.

I'd be less surprised to find out they were all plants.


What about all those people throughout the arena, are they all actors too?

What about Trump himself? (If I'm not mistaken, that's his voice in the background addressing the crowd.)

You know, the one that shouts, "Get Them Out Of Here!" over the PA system.

Is he an actor too?

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posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:29 AM
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originally posted by: Flatfish

originally posted by: LSU0408
a reply to: Flatfish

What makes you think they were really Trump supporters? The anger and outrage coming from people towards Trump makes it very easy to believe that Trump haters would pay money to have a minority there with a sign and a supposed Trump supporter go after that person. And why not? It makes all of us Trump supporters easy to mix in to that paint when the media and other dull tools talk about Trump.

I'd be less surprised to find out they were all plants.


What about all those people throughout the arena, are they all actors too?

What about Trump himself? (If I'm not mistaken, that's his voice in the background addressing the crowd.)

You know, the one that shouts, "Get Them Out Of Here!" over the PA system.

Is he an actor too?


This is like a white cop walking up to a black guy and saying "Look, a black guy"

*bang*

All while the cop's body camera is on.

In other words, there's a ridiculous rhetoric being spread around about Trump and his supporters all hating minorities when it's not really true. It's like a white person calling a black person a racial slur on national television. People foam at the mouth waiting for stuff like this to happen so the sharks can attack. The chances of a real Trump supporter doing something like this to a minority is very slim. Deny if you like, but I don't buy into it.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:31 AM
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I personally know people paid to attend protests. None were right supporting, that I know of.


Cool story, bro.



Whether these guys were or not, I have no idea


Precisely.



. The point is the hyperbole you and yours put on it. As if trump is responsible. the usual positioning, I suppose, yet indicative of no real rebut to Trump.


I haven't, in fact, offered any opinion whatsoever on this incident. I've only inquired about other member's comments.



You completely ignore my points of a general 'tired of political as usual' support of Trump and the obvious point that his very outrageousness stresses and re-enforces the perception he's outside the good old boy network


If you find that to be a good reason to support Trump, go for it. I couldn't care less.



You , of course, ignore that and say I make no rational point. Dude, sorry, you can't counter my point-and Trump's sheer brilliance- hence say it has something to do with me.


Yes, it's hard to discuss the issue with someone that is a fanboy and falls all over Trump like a welfare queen drooling over Obama's "Hope and Change". It's the same thing.

What you call sheer brilliance I would equate to the high school bully that is large and in charge because his parents have wealth, he's captain of the ball team and that gives him the idea that he can be a complete asshole....and the people will love him for it.

More power to ya, if that's what you believe to be "presidential". I think I will save my vote and time for someone that actually understands economics and policy. Being a complete dick will not "Make America Great Again".
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posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:31 AM
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Yeeehaw, lets make America great again, because we like Freedom,

like freedom of speech, religious freedoms and so on.

That's best shown in tearing down signs and kicking peaceful protesters out!


The reaction of the audience is horrible as well, first they sound like a gang of barking dogs.
And when the victims are escorted out the USA! USA! USA! chanting.

Sick, sick sick.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:31 AM
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a reply to: LSU0408

Wow you've covered all your bases there. Can't have any threats to your confirmation bias can we?

"Trump supporters wouldn't be racist!"
*shows evidence of Trump supporters being racist*
"Those people are just plants to make it look like Trump supporters are racist. The reason for this is because of my first statement."
*sigh...*
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posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:35 AM
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originally posted by: eisegesis
This better not be the general mentality amongst his supporters. Would they be quick to rip up the constitution if Trump decides that its irrelevant to his policy making?

"My proposal is unconstitutional because its better!"

*crowd cheers*



And we have already seen a ton of that happen with Obama himself, and all of his supporters, so I hope we don't see it from anyone in the future..



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:43 AM
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originally posted by: LSU0408

originally posted by: Flatfish

originally posted by: LSU0408
a reply to: Flatfish

What makes you think they were really Trump supporters? The anger and outrage coming from people towards Trump makes it very easy to believe that Trump haters would pay money to have a minority there with a sign and a supposed Trump supporter go after that person. And why not? It makes all of us Trump supporters easy to mix in to that paint when the media and other dull tools talk about Trump.

I'd be less surprised to find out they were all plants.


What about all those people throughout the arena, are they all actors too?

What about Trump himself? (If I'm not mistaken, that's his voice in the background addressing the crowd.)

You know, the one that shouts, "Get Them Out Of Here!" over the PA system.

Is he an actor too?


This is like a white cop walking up to a black guy and saying "Look, a black guy"

*bang*

All while the cop's body camera is on.

In other words, there's a ridiculous rhetoric being spread around about Trump and his supporters all hating minorities when it's not really true. It's like a white person calling a black person a racial slur on national television. People foam at the mouth waiting for stuff like this to happen so the sharks can attack. The chances of a real Trump supporter doing something like this to a minority is very slim. Deny if you like, but I don't buy into it.


Who said anything whatsoever about the protesters being minority? I sure as hell didn't!

Why would that matter anyway? I thought Trump was on a good footing and doing "Great" with the Hispanics & Blacks.

I couldn't even have told you that they were minorities, because I hadn't noticed that little detail and even if it's true, I don't think that them being minorities had a damn thing to do with the abuse they suffered at the hands of the Trump supporters surrounding them.

You can make all the excuses you want to, but truth be told, that type of behavior is unacceptable regardless of which party and/or candidate someone supports.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 11:43 AM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: nwtrucker



I personally know people paid to attend protests. None were right supporting, that I know of.


Cool story, bro.



Whether these guys were or not, I have no idea


Precisely.



. The point is the hyperbole you and yours put on it. As if trump is responsible. the usual positioning, I suppose, yet indicative of no real rebut to Trump.


I haven't, in fact, offered any opinion whatsoever on this incident. I've only inquired about other member's comments.



You completely ignore my points of a general 'tired of political as usual' support of Trump and the obvious point that his very outrageousness stresses and re-enforces the perception he's outside the good old boy network


If you find that to be a good reason to support Trump, go for it. I couldn't care less.



You , of course, ignore that and say I make no rational point. Dude, sorry, you can't counter my point-and Trump's sheer brilliance- hence say it has something to do with me.


Yes, it's hard to discuss the issue with someone that is a fanboy and falls all over Trump like a welfare queen drooling over Obama's "Hope and Change". It's the same thing.

What you call sheer brilliance I would equate to the high school bully that is large and in charge because his parents have wealth, he's captain of the ball team and that gives him the idea that he can be a complete asshole....and the people will love him for it.

More power to ya, if that's what you believe to be "presidential". I think I will save my vote and time for someone that actually understand economics and policy. Being a complete dick will not "Make America Great Again".


I couldn't care less what you think, obviously. My posts were regarding the general OP, not you.

You can position Trump with Obama if that makes you feel good. At least, Trump acts like change is possible.

The rest? 19th century socialism with Candidates even older than me. The right? Hypocrites selectively fighting on issues that change nothing, just to preserve their somewhat powerful positions as the 'official opposition'.

I, for one, will take a bully over the spineless wimp we have now and a 'right' that never does what it claims it will do.


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posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 12:01 PM
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So one skinny white girl decides to have some balls and take a stand in a college setting and since she could be attached to Trump there are all of these scary headlines.

this however is ok right?

www.youtube.com...



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