ELDER PATRIOT – Establishment politicians belonging to both major political parties and their mainstream media sycophants are warning us that Donald Trump’s “heated rhetoric” is spawning the civil unrest that, so far, is unique to Mr. Trump’s rallies. The truth is they have together orchestrated the protests against Mr. Trump and they are using the phony protests to spawn the flames of outrage against Mr. Trump every time a microphone is thrust in their faces.
The staging of political protests to appear organically generated is nothing new. Virtually every protest over the past 50 years has been orchestrated by groups that have close ties to the Democrat Party and, has been for the sole purpose of political gain. What other reason can there be for the freedom Bill Ayres and Al Sharpton enjoy despite their acknowledged ties to multiple deaths that resulted from their terrorist actions?
Protests like the one in Chicago take a lot of organizational effort and that was confirmed by this errant tweet from People For Bernie:
Frankly, Trump’s supporters, if they were predisposed to violence, badly outnumbered the protesters and could’ve easily inflicted serious damage to the troublemakers. That they didn’t, though aggressively provoked, speaks well for Mr. Trump’s supporters. Except for a few widely publicized skirmishes that approximated what bouncers in most nightclubs regularly deal with on Friday nights there really was little to report.
The story really is about what unfolded after the event. First came the identification of those who organized the protests. Puente Human Rights Movement, Mexican American Legal Defense and Eduction Fund (MALDEF,) La Raza, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC,) Black Lives Matter and the Black Alliance for Just Immigration have emerged as the primary organizers.
The best these publicly funded groups and the others that joined them were able to turn out were maybe a thousand dissidents. Yet the media has depicted it as an insurrection of massive proportions ready to play itself out over and over again across America.
Still, they have owned the dialogue following the Chicago incident and were joined by Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich in blaming Donald Trump for setting a tone of heated rhetoric.
It’s contemptuous that Clinton, Sanders, Cruz, Rubio and Kasich were complicit with the politicians of the past three decades in deliberately failing to enforce our immigration laws and have delivered us to the point where our political dialogue now favors law-breakers and is stridently aligned against the lone defender of the laws as they are written, Mr. Trump.
The mainstream media joined the chorus in a relentless attack on Trump since Friday night having chosen to ignore that the rhetoric from the groups listed above has been far more incendiary and has resulted in scores of murders and other significant violence.
Sadly, even as the people have made their feelings known through the growing tidal wave of support for Mr. Trump, his political opponents on both sides of the aisle continue refusing to defend the American working men and women and instead blame him for his strident defense of them.
As far as the protesters’ rights are concerned they do not trump those of Mr. Trump’s followers. The fact is Mr. Trump rents space for his supporters to congregate protected by his First Amendment rights to free speech and the right of the people to peacefully assemble.
They were denied both by outside rabble-rousers funded and organized by billionaire globalists and un-American open-borders groups who specialize in creating the appearance of civil unrest.
And now the elected jackals, that seek the keys to the White House, continue to empower the protesters by undermining Mr. Trump and putting the blame for America’s discordance squarely on him rather than the punk rabble-rousers whose only purpose is to disrupt someone they are otherwise incapable of debating. How long before Messrs. Cruz, Rubio and Kasich join with Hillary and Bernie in blaming white privilege for the ills of society?
It’s going to be a long and ugly road to Cleveland. In the words of Margaret Thatcher, “Now is no time to go wobbly.”