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Inauguration Demonstrators Admit They're 'Protesting the Peaceful Transition of Power'

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posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 04:12 PM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

it seems the the republican party has been actively trying to disrupt the functioning of government for the last eight years and ya know what...
I do believe I've seen some republicans speaking about rebellion more than the two minutes that are on this video... and reading more than I've read on their site.

it seems that the only time words are used properly now days is when one side wants to use them to accuse the other side.




posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 04:16 PM
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a reply to: dawnstar


disruptj20 is the one in the op.




posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 04:19 PM
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originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: TinfoilTP

it seems the the republican party has been actively trying to disrupt the functioning of government for the last eight years and ya know what...
I do believe I've seen some republicans speaking about rebellion more than the two minutes that are on this video... and reading more than I've read on their site.

it seems that the only time words are used properly now days is when one side wants to use them to accuse the other side.



And how did the Republican Party do that? I'll tell you, they got elected in ever increasing numbers as the Obama disaster progressed for eight years. Oh the horror, people voted your progressives out they must be spun to be called rebels. What a freakin joke, your sides fake take on everything is so yesterday, nobody is buying it anymore.



posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 05:35 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen

ya, I am showing what they have on their own website...
they want to disrupt. but a lot of the posters seem to think disrupt automatically means violence, treasonist, ect.. it doesn't. heck went many years trying to disrupt my local and state gov't by just denying them as much revenues through taxes by just not spending money... and I was encouraging others to also....
this isn't violence, this isn't treasonist... and yet, if enough of us were to do it, it would have been quite effective.

I just didn't approve what they were doing with that taxmoney, and so I made an effort to keep as much as I could from them, even if it meant buying everything I could from second hand stores and going without some things if I didn't really need them.

to say that it's treasonist for groups take actions that are disruptive to send a message to the gov't officials who are refusing to address their concerns would be like saying that it's treasonist to call a strike for better wages.



posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 05:41 PM
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originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: xuenchen

ya, I am showing what they have on their own website...
they want to disrupt. but a lot of the posters seem to think disrupt automatically means violence, treasonist, ect.. it doesn't. heck went many years trying to disrupt my local and state gov't by just denying them as much revenues through taxes by just not spending money... and I was encouraging others to also....
this isn't violence, this isn't treasonist... and yet, if enough of us were to do it, it would have been quite effective.

I just didn't approve what they were doing with that taxmoney, and so I made an effort to keep as much as I could from them, even if it meant buying everything I could from second hand stores and going without some things if I didn't really need them.

to say that it's treasonist for groups take actions that are disruptive to send a message to the gov't officials who are refusing to address their concerns would be like saying that it's treasonist to call a strike for better wages.



There is good reason not to trust Progressive demonstrators. They have a proven track record of breaking the law and going beyond peaceful protest. We've witnessed it time and time again.



posted on Jan, 13 2017 @ 10:36 PM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

I hope they televise the arrest on TV, but heck now a days the fake media will make sure that they show only how the second amendment is been taken away.



posted on Jan, 14 2017 @ 02:48 PM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: gunshooter
You do know if you are going to invoke the idea of paid provocateurs I can just rebut by saying that Trump's team can have paid provocateurs in the crowd too right?

But whatever. I'm done talking to someone who can't talk to me like an adult and has to keep insulting me with every post he writes.


If you are truly insulted by the truth, then it is you who is truly the sensitive one here. By the way, your tears taste delicious....



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 06:50 AM
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originally posted by: Bramble Iceshimmer

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
Because every time we send armed soldiers to a protest, BAD things happen.

So, you shouldn't shoot people burning cars / buildings, beating on cops / citizens, breaking windows and looting?

We just have to forgive them, they are just upset and misunderstood.

I think you have the definition of the word "protest" and "riot" mixed up.



posted on Jan, 30 2017 @ 03:14 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: gunshooter



never did I say one was quoted about starting a riot


So you just made the rioting stuff up?



looking at the bigger picture is seeing how paid agent provocateurs will be there leading the sheep through false propaganda to block a peaceful transition through blocking traffic, disrupting the parade however they can?


The event has not even occurred and you know there will be paid provocateurs?



Now, if you use a little patience and wisdom, and take a look at what all this will cause, you are out of your f******** mind to think this will be a civil peaceful protest.


It very well could be peaceful. Consitutional freedoms mandates we give them their right and the benefit of the doubt. Unless we have proof they are going to become violent, it is their right to peacefully protest.



You aren't supporting the right of free speech here, you are supporting disruption.


I've not said anything about supporting disruption or illegal activity.

You are making # up and trying to pass it off as an intelligent argument, but it's not. You are projecting your political partisanship and beliefs on to me.


its hard trying to fix stupid, sorry, I cant help you to understand anymore. if you don't believe there were paid agents at that inauguration you are a moron. keep living your dream dummy, I cant talk to stupid people like you. you are a special kind of snowflake.




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