Who Is Behind the Protesting at Trump Rallies?

by Jack

protesttrump45Aside from the adult-kids playing anarchist and throwing rocks at cops and windows, guess who was behind the protest signage and organizing of the really hard core protesters?

Right, you guessed it.  It’s the old communist party in disguise of new socialists.  These tyranny brokers are still here and they still adamantly refuse to accept that capitalism is infinitely better than communism.   But, they have a whole new generation of suckers to play too, thanks to immigration issues and race-card exploiting.  Anytime their are people who think they are victims you will have communists willing to reinforcement that and tell them why they are victims!

Oh sure, the call themselves socialists, but a horse’s patoot by any other name is still a horse’s patoot.   If you read the propaghanda at their websites they make it pretty clear they are really nothing more than updated communists.

Take a look at this protest organizer site, click here.  Here’s another, the Red Nation.

During the cold war the communists always attached themselves to things like labor movements and used racism allegations to divide and conquer. Well, they’re still at it and little has changed.  It’s amazing how gullible some people can be.

“Protesters threw rocks and bottles at police officers who responded with pepper spray outside a rally for presidential candidate Donald Trump in Albuquerque, New Mexico, police said.

Hundreds of protesters tried to storm the convention center in New Mexico’s biggest city, knocking down barricades and throwing objects at a door and then hurling rocks and bottles at mounted police in riot gear, the Albuquerque Police Department said on Twitter on Tuesday and video posted online showed.

Several police officers were injured, the police tweeted.

Protesters chanted anti-Trump slogans, held anti-Trump signs and waved Mexican flags before the demonstration descended into chaos with some protesters standing on top of police cars.” Reuters

Question: How does damaging public/private property, hurling stones, damaging police cars and waving the Mexican flag endear Americans to the cause of poor Mexicans trying to sneak in to our country?

I really think they need to rethink their strategy, because they are only picking up votes for Donald Trump. Their actions support exactly what Trump is saying about deportation of illegals causing trouble here.

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24 Responses to Who Is Behind the Protesting at Trump Rallies?

  1. Tina says:

    The power behind these agitators tell the real story, don’t they? Obama was the “one” they had been waiting for and look at the state of the world. How dumb do you have to be to see socialism’s incredible harm?

    I just read a related article addressing Trumps early statement about Mexico sending us their worst people. Here’s Trumps statement:

    When do we beat Mexico at the border? They’re laughing at us, at our stupidity. And now they are beating us economically. They are not our friend, believe me. But they’re killing us economically. The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems…. When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.

    Here’s an excerpt from the Taki article:

    Obviously from context, Trump’s “They’re rapists” does not mean, as often alleged, “They’re all rapists.” Instead, he’s raising the apparently excessively subtle question: “Why, with all the world to choose from, do we let immigrate any rapists?”

    After all, the Harvard admissions office doesn’t feel satisfied if they hold their rapist admission rate down to the national average. America is the Harvard of immigrant destination countries, so why should it import problem people?

    But, to the press, that question seems inappropriate to ask. America isn’t worthy of high standards like Harvard is. Instead, the 7 billion citizens of foreign countries should be assumed to have a civil right, under the Zeroth Amendment to the Constitution, to move to America whenever they feel like it—especially if a majority of Americans don’t want them here.

    Moreover, it’s striking how few in the press demonstrated any understanding of Trump’s statement “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best.”

    The obvious question ought to be: Who is the “they” in that sentence?

    Clearly, Trump is accusing the Mexican ruling class—the politicians and billionaires like Carlos Slim, the largest single shareholder of The New York Times—of dumping their surplus population on the United States.

    That Mexico’s elites are outmaneuvering America’s leaders strikes Trump as a bad thing. Yet, to the American media, the very existence of a Mexican ruling caste with interests different from those of American citizens doesn’t seem to register as a concept with which they are able to deal. Sure, Mexico is a country of over 120 million people that shares a 1,950-mile border with the U.S., but it’s not, you know, Israel when it comes to being important to American interests.

    Slim is intermittently the richest man in the world, which could be thought an intriguingly curious phenomenon in a country that is supposed to be so poor that it would be a war crime to tell their illegal aliens to go home.

    And Slim has close ties of blood and marriage to the fascist warlord clans of Lebanon that carried out some of the most notorious atrocities in recent Middle Eastern history. Yet that human-interest story never came up in the American press.

    The New York Times, though, has been covering the Mexican ruling class’ objections to Trump. For example:

    President Enrique Peña Nieto likened the candidate’s language to that of Hitler and Mussolini in an interview with Mexico’s Excelsior newspaper.

    But it hasn’t mentioned the dirty little secret of this whole contretemps. As one of the rare Mexican-American pundits, Ruben Navarette Jr., pointed out last summer:

    Mexican Elites Secretly Agree With Donald Trump

    They’re all hating on him now, but the fact is, when they’re just among themselves, Mexico’s elites roundly agree with The Donald on Mexican immigrants.

    Of the many different reactions to Donald Trump’s inaccurate and insulting comments about how Mexican migrants to the United States come from the bottom of the barrel, one of the most interesting has been that of wealthy and powerful Mexican elites who are suddenly long on indignation and outrage but short on memory and self-awareness. That’s because Trump’s dismissive comments about how the United States has become a “dumping ground” for castaways from Mexico sound like something you’d hear bandied about at a Guadalajara country club or a fancy banquet in Mexico City.

    Two points make sense to me. 1. The elite ruling class is all too happy to have US taxpayers carry the burden of providing for their poorest citizens and housing some of their criminals in our jails, and 2. If we did finally control our border, Mexico’s elites could easily have a state of continuing revolution on their hands as we often see in Central and South American countries. As long as the people have an escape route they don’t have to demand more of their own leaders.

    If the left really cared about “brown people” they’d be pushing for capitalism and freedom…and they’d support the idea of gaining control of our borders and immigration.

  2. Dewster says:

    Wow that is so far in outer space I can not even believe you think that way.

    It sounds like something out of the McCarthy era. Read the turner diaries lately? Or was it A businessman looks at Communism?

    We are turning into Authoritarian Fascism.

  3. Pie Guevara says:

    This begs for a little editing …

    Right, you guessed it. It’s the old communist Democrat party in disguise of new socialists. These tyranny brokers are still here and they still adamantly refuse to accept that capitalism is infinitely better than communism Democrat Party-ism. But, they have a whole new generation of suckers to play too, thanks to immigration issues and race-card exploiting. Anytime their are people who think they are victims you will have communists Democrats willing to reinforcement that and tell them why they are victims!

  4. Tina says:

    Absolutely right Pie. I’ve noticed the commies can’t quite the authoritarian “communal” gig that is communism anymore so they’ve turned to fascism and tried to pass it off as “democratic socialism.” It’s still a sham about group power as opposed to individual power. Forget freedom, the point is government in control of what the group can and cannot do and can and cannot say. These freaks have taken it to a ridiculous level now with people forming even more sub-groups to demand more control, posing as squid (and other “genders”). The sucker fish would be more appropriate.


    Freedom and tyranny are opposite ends of a continuum. They compete for the same space. More of one means less of the other.

    Proponents of big government complain that tyranny is a loaded term designed to inflame. Some are so foolish as to argue that more government means more freedom. These people do not understand the incompatibility between force and freedom.

    Thomas Jefferson provided a simple test: “When the people fear the government, that’s tyranny; when the government fears the people, that’s freedom.”

    Read the article, it’s a good one.

    For the first time in awhile I think our government is beginning to fear the people, as well they should. They’ve forgotten who we are as a nation.

    • Pie Guevara says:

      Excellent article. Thanks Tina.

    • Pie Guevara says:

      Re : “Thomas Jefferson, one of the key architects of the US government, worked to design constraints that would prevent government from expanding and gaining power. Jefferson understood the corruption of power and where it inevitably led, even under the “best forms of government.”

      I fear that concept has been completely lost, Tina.

  5. J. Soden says:

    $hrilLIARy campaign was caught assisting the “protesters” at Trump tower after trying to keep their participation hidden.
    And am I the only one wondering how much $$ the $hrilLIARy campaign and Bubba foundation have budgeted for funding “protests” and voter fraud this time around???????

  6. Libby says:

    Oh, but that isn’t the really good part. The governor of New Mexico found herself (a Latina, don’t you know) unable to attend this Trump rally, and The Donald was pissssssed.

  7. Pie Guevara says:

    Campus Activists Are More Radical—and Troubled—than You Think

    “When only victimhood confers moral authority, ‘victims’ rule the roost, often violently.”

    They think they rule here too.

    • Pie Guevara says:

      I forgot to include this clip in the above that perfectly describes Chris, Libby, and Dewey —

      “Campus radicals hold a shared vision that has the potential to rip this nation to shreds. It’s a vision instigated by people with impossible demands who combine towering self-righteousness, mental instability, and bizarre utopianism to create a recipe for endless conflict. Indeed, their vision is not only immune to reason, it rejects reason entirely.”

  8. Tina says:

    Peace and love are the talking points, bullying demands and mob violence are the means…what phonies!

  9. bob says:

    Ask the DemonratsDemocrats who is to pay for housing, feeding, educating, health care, the list is endless…for all the immigrants who are flooding into this country.

    • Libby says:

      Bob, we must have a solid grounding of the facts if we’re gonna talk about this. Illegals work (at dirty, dangerous and very poorly paid jobs you will not do), pay for their own very poor food and housing, and send the rest home.

      We get stuck with the healthcare, which would be less of a burden it you could see the civic virtue in single payer. But you can’t, and there it is.

      Incidentally, meat packing used to be union work, but you couldn’t see the virtue in that either, ya dumb f@&$s.

      • Libby says:

        Ooops, must be clear, the f@&$s was aimed party-wide, not at Bob.

        Though I fervently believe that any wage earner who votes Republican is a couple bricks shy of a load.

        • bob says:

          You’re a fowl mouth Demonrat.

          So the immigrants get no money or subsidies or services from the gooberment other than healthcare?

          The fact is immigrants consume welfare at a far higher rate than the native population and someone has to pay for that.

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