Democrats threats of violence, riots and uprisings include ‘Put a bullet in Donald Trump’

Let us not forget that it is the Democrats that have been agitating for the violence against society and Trump in particular. Had one member of the GOP made statements against Obama the media would not have stopped until one or more of these threatening individuals had paid a high price. Here is one for the memory.

A video circulating on social media presents a montage of threats against the United States and President Trump by Democrats and media figures.

“They’re still going to have to go out and put a bullet in Donald Trump,” says one.

The video was posted on Twitter by Blaze TV reporter Elijah Schaffer.

A video that splices together clips of prominent Democrats and progressives openly calling for political unrest is now trending online as the nation continues to be gripped by violence and riots in the streets.

In its original post, the Caldron Pool account asks, “how did you think it would end?” insinuating that progressives’ calls for violence have indeed given rise to the violence now playing out in communities across the country such as Portland, Oregon; Kenosha, Wisconsin; and Chicago.

“I will go and take Trump out tonight,” said Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said: “I don’t know why there aren’t uprisings all over the country. Maybe there will be.”

New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, “Show me where it says protesters are supposed to be polite and peaceful.”

Former Attorney General Eric Holder said, “When they go low, we kick.”

An MSNBC personality said of Trump, “I’d like to punch him in the face.”

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“Make no mistake, if you give power to Joe Biden, the radical left will defund police departments all across America,” Trump said in his speech at the Republican National Convention last week. “They will pass federal legislation to reduce law enforcement nationwide. They will make every city look like Democrat-run Portland, Oregon.”

H/T: Boudica

The Democrats little handiwork. Coming to your home soon.

Other than that, all is well in the swamp.

US Office of Special Counsel Says It’s All Right for Government Workers to Promote Black Lives Matter While at Work

 

Businesses are sending millions of dollars to someone. Apparently this office doesn’t care where the money is going  and for what purpose. And Black Lives Matter is similar to the Tea Party so they say.

The US Office of Special Counsel forwarded an email to government workers addressing concerns about Black Lives Matter:

In their opinion, the Office of Special Counsel says that Black Lives Matter is similar to the Tea Party movement.  It claims they both started as grass roots organizations (which is a lie, BLM started from the top as many of its leaders visited the Obama White House):

The Office of Special Counsel determines BLM is not engaged in political activities so it is alright to promote them.  They engage in murder, assault, arson, theft and battery but that’s apparently ok:

From Gateway Pundit

On Tuesday, Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo the FBI has evidence that shows antifa’s involvement.

“This is an organized effort. I don’t say it’s a strictly organized effort, but it’s organized,” Giuliani said. “They’re communicating with each other, you know the FBI has a lot of the texts that show antifa’s involvement. They’re anarchists, they’re people who want to drive this government down.”

In a pair of statements over the weekend, Attorney General William Barr described “antifa-like tactics” by out-of-state agitators and said antifa was instigating violence and engaging in “domestic terrorism” and would be dealt with accordingly.

At a White House appearance Monday, Trump blamed antifa by name for the violence, along with violent mobs, arsonists and looters.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters earlier in the day that antifa is a “big element of this protest,” though she deferred to the Justice Department on the question of how one could be identified as a member.

Earlier this week, Trump tweeted: “The United States of America will be designating ANTIFA as a Terrorist Organization.”

Asked Monday what legal authority the president would have for labeling antifa a terror organization, McEnany pointed to the existing statute under the U.S. criminal code that defines acts of domestic and international terrorism.

Even if antifa is not a designated terror organization, FBI Director Chris Wray has made clear that it’s on the radar of federal law enforcement.

He has said that while the FBI does not investigate on the basis of ideology, agents have pursued investigations across the country against people motivated to commit crimes and acts of violence “on kind of an antifa ideology.”

From Fox Business

Hard to believe isn’t it?

The best of the swamp.

What do you want America? Solution or Division?

 

What do you want?

by Mustang

There are essentially two models for achieving social progress: a cooperative model, suggesting that social progress is only possible when opposing sides (of an argument) are able to lay aside their differences and find ways to cooperate with one another … and a conflict model, suggesting that true progress is only achieved through clashes with opposing points of view, one of which will (in time) become dominant.  

Which of these is correct?  Or, are they both correct, with the only real difference being in the speed of achieving consensus?

A large part of our problem in modern society is our inability, or our unwillingness, to engage with one another in meaningful dialogue.  Before we reach the stage of dialogue, we must first achieve a generally acceptable view of the “problem,” and its origins.  If we do not know what the problem is, or how it evolved, then we cannot hope to solve it.  Cooperation, for its own sake, demands that people relinquish their principles; that they compromise with others at the cost of their core beliefs.  

There is no benefit to society in this, unless the goal of social engineering is to produce human drones incapable of rational individualism.  Likewise, conflict as a demonstration of anger or frustration produces angrier people and levels of frustration that easily lead to violence.  There is no permanent solution to social issues through violent behavior.

Our founding fathers realized that the likely result of authoritarianism would be a “pressure-cooker society,” so they provided ways in which people could demonstrate their dissatisfactions without having to resort to extremism.  One may recall the aftermath of the French Revolution, whose carnage is today memorialized and celebrated by the French nation as Bastille Day.  

American founders wisely acknowledged our inalienable right to have and express an opinion, especially unpopular opinions.  They provided for the right to associate with whomever we choose.  We have a right to peacefully assemble, emphasis on the word “peacefully.”  

Is it enough to express an opinion or demonstrate?  My answer is, “Not unless you have your facts right about the nature of the problem, its origins, and have identified common sense solutions.”  Otherwise, you’re part of the problem.

So, a cop with a spotty record behaves in such a way that he’s taken the life of a citizen.  Good citizen or not, this is not the kind of behavior we want from our public servants.  Obviously, the police department or city that hired this cop used poor judgment by keeping him on the payroll.  This is a matter for the citizens of that city to address, and while it may be appropriate for people on the opposite coast to demonstrate, there is nothing they can do to solve the problem within that city.

Fact: there are about 850,000 lawmen in the USA … federal, state, and local.  If only ten percent of these people are bad apples, then we do have a police problem in our country.  My guess is that the percentage of bad cops is around one percent, but even if the number is higher, it pales in comparison with the number of bad citizens who violently assault members of their own communities, including police officers.  What are we (as a society) doing about bad citizens?

Fact: we did have a civil war in this country.  The top tier issues were constitutional in nature: the right of states to govern themselves beyond the enumerated powers of the federal government, and the right of men to live free of shackles.  How shall we address this history?  

We cannot change what happened.  The issue of states’ rights remains an open issue, as we have seen federal encroachment into the affairs of states.  We struggle with this today through the courts, which is an appropriate venue.  We resolved the issue of human bondage in 1863, at a great cost in human lives.

Those who endured slavery are now dead.  The number of those who remember anyone who endured slavery is miniscule.  There can be no atonement for the dead; justice was denied to them.  What we can do, and have done, is to recognize that every citizen is free to choose for themselves a pathway through life.  Whether every citizen chooses wisely is another matter.  I am not responsible for someone who unwisely pursues a dark, unfulfilling lifestyle and no amount of public demonstration will convince me otherwise.

If we are to solve problems in society, no matter whether we cooperate or conflict with one another, then we must do so within the framework of mainstream society.  If we choose not to address them from within the body of society, then we have no reasonable expectation of resolving our problems at all.  

The question remains: what do you want, America?  Do you truly want solutions, or are you content with noisy, destructive, hateful rhetoric or behavior that solves nothing more than to divide our fragile society further?

Mustang also blogs at Fix Bayonets and Thoughts From Afar

Nuggets of News You May Have Missed

 

There was a time when I enjoyed the “white meat”…. Chick-fil-A’s Dan Cathy represents the next generation of leadership for the Atlanta-based fast-food chicken restaurant chain founded by his father, S. Truett Cathy. Here we go:

 

Just so we are clear…..what anarchy is……..

Watch: This Is What Seattle Police Had To Deal With Trying To Get To Shooting Victims, Investigate What Happened

6/20/2020 Critical Incident Update

 

 

City life….. circa 2020

The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down

 

 

Other than that all is well in the swamp.

Obama wants Ferguson anarchists to ‘stay on course’

The Ferguson protesters have looted over 100 businesses in the St. Louis area. But that doesn’t stop Obama from promoting anarchy. And that is what he and his henchman Eric Holder have been doing since day one. Now they are advocating “Shelter in Place”? Instead of tamping down emotions, they want riots in every city. Yes, the Community Organizer doing what he enjoys best. (Other than golf). As soon as the riots begin he will dump his illegal immigration edict.

MO city government issues urgent emergency preparedness alert to citizens ahead of anticipated Ferguson riots

The city of Berkeley, Missouri has issued an emergency preparedness alert to its citizens, urging them to stockpile food, water, gasoline, prescription medications and fully-charged cell phones in anticipation of widespread rioting.

The letter, found at the link below, also urges citizens to have a “contingency plan for picking up your children from school,” warning that roads may be blocked, preventing vehicular traffic from moving. The local airport, says the letter, will be “protected by the National Guard” and curbside drop-offs of luggage will not be allowed.

Learn more: Natural News

NY Times:

Some of the national leaders met with President Obama on Nov. 5 for a gathering that included a conversation about Ferguson. (Not on his officical schedule).

According to the Rev. Al Sharpton, who has appeared frequently in St. Louis with the Brown family and delivered a speech at Mr. Brown’s funeral, Mr. Obama “was concerned about Ferguson staying on course in terms of pursuing what it was that he knew we were advocating. He said he hopes that we’re doing all we can to keep peace.”

Protest leaders said wholesale change was ultimately what they were demanding, though not all agreed on what that meant. Some called for the removal of the Ferguson police chief or the entire department. Others said they want the police to wear cameras; civilian review boards for all police shootings; or a requirement that ethnic and racial makeup of police departments match the communities they serve.

H/T:Gateway Pundit

 

Congressional Hearing – Obama’s ‘Ignoring Laws’ Could Lead to Overthrow of Government

Did I ever think I would hear someone speak at a congressional hearing about the possibility of an overthrow of the United States government? How long will Americans sit back and allow all of these unconstitutional acts be permitted? Our court system apparently will sit back and do nothing. We learned this when John Roberts sold us down the river for what? What did the government have on him? What do they have on many of our politicos? So it is Katie bar the door, one heck of a ride coming. What we have is nothing less than anarchy.

On Tuesday, Michael Cannon, Cato Institute’s Director of Health Policy Studies, testified before a congressional committee about the dangers of the president’s legal behavior.

“There is one last thing to which the people can resort if the government does not respect the restrains that the constitution places on the government,” Cannon said. “Abraham Lincoln talked about our right to alter our government or our revolutionary right to overthrow it.”

“That is certainly something that no one wants to contemplate,” he continued. “If the people come to believe that the government is no longer constrained by the laws then they will conclude that neither are they.”

“That is a very dangerous sort of thing for the president to do, to wantonly ignore the laws,” Cannon concluded, “to try to impose obligation upon people that the legislature did not approve.”

Anarchy comes to Wisconsin – what will be next? ?

It is now official. Anarchy has begun in Wisconsin. When elected officials run out-of-state to avoid carrying out their duties, it is a sad state of affairs. When the news no longer focuses on the lawlessness that is happening, and prefers to advocate for insurrection, we have much to fear. Fox also has vids of Docs committing fraud and now this one. This is the test of our democracy. Ms Frances Fox Piven who wrote “Mobilizing the Jobless,” must be delighted:

“So where are the angry crowds, the demonstrations, sit-ins and unruly mobs”?

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