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Protestors block major road to Trump rally in Phoenix (Live Feed) and Trump Tower(Live Feed)

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posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:29 PM
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originally posted by: AlaskanDad
a reply to: neo96

Don't forget the conservative Bush that bailed out Wall Street?

$29 trillion in waste!

www.cnbc.com...

Get a life and quit defending corporate politicians!


Obama was good with the bailout too. The Obusha's made the Fed that both causes the crash and "funded" the "recovery".

Sanders couldn't have done all that better himself.




posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:29 PM
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originally posted by: lightedhype
a reply to: seeker1963

Of course all of these people need to take personal responsibility. I am not blaming Trump I am pointing out HOW it happens. You can say this and that about grown adults yada yada. How many people go to jail for barfights every weekend because somebody took an insult to far?

The guy who throws the first punch is responsible. But observers can see both sides and why it happened. People snap and act stupid. That is what this is. Arrest them, whatever.

But you should plan on it at this point.




Agreed!



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:30 PM
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originally posted by: Konduit
a reply to: introvert

Your right, when people wearing ski masks block your car and start beating on your windows the liberal thing to do is to just throw them your wife and pedal it out of there.


A lot more than that has to happen to justify the lethal use of a firearm.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:31 PM
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a reply to: Black_Fox

Honestly, these demonstrations are starting to to seem to unreal. Is it possible that Trump actually could be the one behind this? I still think he is only in running to mess with GOP and keep the media off of his friends the Clinton's.

These demostrators seem to strangely be focused on one candidate who may not even make it into the 2 nd round of this election. Why?

These demonstrations seem to create more voters for Trump. Is this just a marketing scheme for Trump?



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:31 PM
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originally posted by: lightedhype
Ummmm yeah. This is what happens when people react irrationally to insult. Why are you Trump supporters all so surprised? I dont condone this but supporters cheer on Trumps hate filled rants. This is the result.. People hate the guy. Hate does crazy stuff.

Everybody is getting closer to their breaking point. This will be the norm to come. Irrational but normal reactions of hatred. They have been cooking up this hate for very long.


Can you see him on the international stage?

How can anyone think Trump is a good fit for president? I don't get it.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:31 PM
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a reply to: AlaskanDad


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posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:31 PM
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Protesting does not infringe upon the rights of others. Protesting is protected.

This isn't protesting.

This is infringing upon the rights of others.

If people can't tell the difference, then you belong with the brown shirts.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:32 PM
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originally posted by: introvert

originally posted by: Konduit
a reply to: introvert

Your right, when people wearing ski masks block your car and start beating on your windows the liberal thing to do is to just throw them your wife and pedal it out of there.


A lot more than that has to happen to justify the lethal use of a firearm.




Only one way to find out.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:32 PM
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a reply to: Black_Fox

Im not American but it seems to me you have a choice continue to bend over and take the corporate/Soros agenda and live in fear of a rainbow coalition riot every time your not politically correct or take a chance with Trump to try take America back.I have seen 3 black men who know Trump declare he is not a rascist no the liberal backlash is because Trump will stop the gravy train put them in jobs and introduce personal responsibility which is what they dont want.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:34 PM
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originally posted by: Arizonaguy
I can't understand this whole " protesting is a right" nonsense. It's a primary, no policies are at at stake. Wanna protest? Protest with your vote. Seems that EVERYBODY has the right to vote. But methinks this isn't about actually trying to accomplish anything at all.

This is all about the narcissistic, entitled Facebook/Twitter generation. It's all about " look at me!look at me! My viewpoints are the only ones that matter!" mentality. These morons act like they're so enlightened, when in fact they're so stupid that they don't realize public opinion is steadily turning against them . Amazing


Well said. The Facebook/Twitter generation description is spot on.

These people never fully research, look into the context of the words, nor analyze anything.

They latch on to the meme of the day such as "Trump is a racist" and through their social media group, they decide to do something to make themselves feel important, "smart", and relative.

When you listen to some of them being interviewed, they can't articulate anything. All they can do is spout some meme they have been programmed with on their social media groups and paint a sign. It's not just the young and dumb either. We have a bunch of "stray dog mentality" people that see what they want to see rather than what's real.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:35 PM
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originally posted by: matafuchs
Ski masks...in a car with my family...they start banging and kicking...Why can I not floor it and leave? Why can I not shoot? Because they are protesters? I do not know that. Do not make assumptions. That will get you killed.

Like I stated above. If you want to make a difference volunteer local or run for local office.


These protests will only make it easier to vote for Trump for lots of people...



They're wearing ski masks? That's ominous. That tells me they don't want to be identified for the BAD stuff they're getting ready to do.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:36 PM
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originally posted by: CynConcepts
a reply to: Black_Fox

Honestly, these demonstrations are starting to to seem to unreal. Is it possible that Trump actually could be the one behind this? I still think he is only in running to mess with GOP and keep the media off of his friends the Clinton's.

These demostrators seem to strangely be focused on one candidate who may not even make it into the 2 nd round of this election. Why?

These demonstrations seem to create more voters for Trump. Is this just a marketing scheme for Trump?


Quite a can of worms. Yes it is possible.

Most likely Trump will have to do something that the Powers That Be want. TPTB in return give Trump this and that and don't kill him of course.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:36 PM
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a reply to: Konduit

It's a genetic trait!




posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:37 PM
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originally posted by: queenofswords

originally posted by: Arizonaguy
I can't understand this whole " protesting is a right" nonsense. It's a primary, no policies are at at stake. Wanna protest? Protest with your vote. Seems that EVERYBODY has the right to vote. But methinks this isn't about actually trying to accomplish anything at all.

This is all about the narcissistic, entitled Facebook/Twitter generation. It's all about " look at me!look at me! My viewpoints are the only ones that matter!" mentality. These morons act like they're so enlightened, when in fact they're so stupid that they don't realize public opinion is steadily turning against them . Amazing


Well said. The Facebook/Twitter generation description is spot on.

These people never fully research, look into the context of the words, nor analyze anything.

They latch on to the meme of the day such as "Trump is a racist" and through their social media group, they decide to do something to make themselves feel important, "smart", and relative.

When you listen to some of them being interviewed, they can't articulate anything. All they can do is spout some meme they have been programmed with on their social media groups and paint a sign. It's not just the young and dumb either. We have a bunch of "stray dog mentality" people that see what they want to see rather than what's real.


You may want to be careful, because you just described the same mentality we experience from many Right Wingers on a daily basis. It's rare that they fully research topics or context. They just spit-out the latest talking points.

Don't even get me started on they inability to articulate. So it would appear that many of them share similarities with anti-Trump folks.

Great example of hypocrisy.
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posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:38 PM
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a reply to: queenofswords




I can't understand this whole " protesting is a right" nonsense. It's a primary, no policies are at at stake. Wanna protest? Protest with your vote. Seems that EVERYBODY has the right to vote. But methinks this isn't about actually trying to accomplish anything at all.


Yep, and unfortunately for Trump critics, and those protestors.

The rest of the country gets a say in the matter.

Because we do live in a 'democracy'.

Where ever who has the most votes 'wins', and acting like thugs on the street don't amount to a hill of beans.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:38 PM
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originally posted by: khnum
a reply to: Black_Fox

Im not American but it seems to me you have a choice continue to bend over and take the corporate/Soros agenda and live in fear of a rainbow coalition riot every time your not politically correct or take a chance with Trump to try take America back.I have seen 3 black men who know Trump declare he is not a rascist no the liberal backlash is because Trump will stop the gravy train put them in jobs and introduce personal responsibility which is what they dont want.


Oh, khnum, when one of the richest men in the world, George Soros, a man that almost brought the UK down with his money manipulation schemes, is organizing movements against Trump; when you have Bill Ayers, a known 60's radical domestic terrorist rearing his ugly head in Chicago against Trump; when you have Republican establishment politicians running scared; when you have international governments worrying about their trade and military deals with America; YOU HAVE TO KNOW, Trump is more than just another politician.
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posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:39 PM
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originally posted by: CynConcepts
a reply to: Black_Fox

Honestly, these demonstrations are starting to to seem to unreal. Is it possible that Trump actually could be the one behind this? I still think he is only in running to mess with GOP and keep the media off of his friends the Clinton's.

These demostrators seem to strangely be focused on one candidate who may not even make it into the 2 nd round of this election. Why?

These demonstrations seem to create more voters for Trump. Is this just a marketing scheme for Trump?



Anythings possible, although this has a lot of hallmarks of tactics that have been used by people like Soros, Bill Aires and so on.

This mess makes for a perfect distraction from a certain other canidates potential problems.

The people/person who have been gaining from this are Hillary and the MSM.

The amount of organization has to come from somewhere.
That take money.

And I get the sense that Trump is a bit of a monkey wrench in a Obama third term errrrrrr Hillary presidency.
The way things have gone, it would seem as if Hillary(and whoever comes with that) are suppose to come in and basically finish this country off.

Bush and Obama started the ball rolling,Patriot Act, Obama Care, wars, the gutting of the jobs here.
If the people protesting can list how their lives have gotten better with the current administration, and how a Trump presidency would harm their lives, that might be helpful.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:39 PM
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a reply to: CynConcepts

It's already on record that these "protests" are being organized and funded by George Soros through groups like BLM and MoveOn.org. Take a guess which candidate he donated to?

If anything this is a Clinton op, especially since it seems to be hurting Sanders platform a lot more then Trumps.

Soros Funded Moveon.org Takes Responsibility For Chicago Protest, Promises More Protests Are to Come
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posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:40 PM
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originally posted by: introvert

originally posted by: queenofswords

originally posted by: Arizonaguy
I can't understand this whole " protesting is a right" nonsense. It's a primary, no policies are at at stake. Wanna protest? Protest with your vote. Seems that EVERYBODY has the right to vote. But methinks this isn't about actually trying to accomplish anything at all.

This is all about the narcissistic, entitled Facebook/Twitter generation. It's all about " look at me!look at me! My viewpoints are the only ones that matter!" mentality. These morons act like they're so enlightened, when in fact they're so stupid that they don't realize public opinion is steadily turning against them . Amazing


Well said. The Facebook/Twitter generation description is spot on.

These people never fully research, look into the context of the words, nor analyze anything.

They latch on to the meme of the day such as "Trump is a racist" and through their social media group, they decide to do something to make themselves feel important, "smart", and relative.

When you listen to some of them being interviewed, they can't articulate anything. All they can do is spout some meme they have been programmed with on their social media groups and paint a sign. It's not just the young and dumb either. We have a bunch of "stray dog mentality" people that see what they want to see rather than what's real.


You may want to be careful, because you just described the same mentality we experience from many Right Wingers on a daily basis. It's rare that they fully research topics or context. They just spit-out the latest talking points.

Don't even get me started on they inability to articulate. So it would appear that many of them share similarities with anti-Trump folks.

Great example of hypocrisy.


The major difference between the two groups? 1 group is trying to shut down the rights of others DIRECTLY by their actions. The other side is totalky in disagreement with their foes but allows and affords yhem all the rights that they enjoy.



posted on Mar, 19 2016 @ 01:42 PM
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originally posted by: neo96

originally posted by: AlaskanDad
a reply to: neo96

Don't forget the conservative Bush that bailed out Wall Street?

$29 trillion in waste!

www.cnbc.com...

Get a life and quit defending corporate politicians!


Don't forget TARP was paid back. Unlike the bailouts under the current guy.

Don't forget who created the federal reserve, and fanny and freddy that guarantee 95% of all US mortgages.

Don't forget who forced bankers to lend to people who they knew could NOT repay those loans.

Oh yeah the foxes 'guarding' the hen house saying nothing to see there move right along.



www.treasury.gov...

Have anything OTHER than 'factually incorrect' statements from Sanders ?

Funny thing about bailouts though.

That is what socialism IS.



You are defending and attacking the same thing, corporate politicians, Both Ds & Rs that have served in the last 5 decades are corps. There has been no socialists, just the corporate politicians you attack and defend!

You're a corporate supporter! Duh!


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