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Wake up. The “community organizers” of the left are in full wildebeest mode. Now is not the time for bending down, rolling over or playing nice. From now until Election Day (and likely until the end of the year), you can expect screaming banshees carrying identical, preprinted signs to turn up in the middle of the night at the private homes of elected politicians, Donald Trump campaign and administration officials, law enforcement officers, judges and conservative leaders.

This is not conjecture. A nationwide agitation force milked the dead body of George Floyd to create the current anarchotyranny. Now, in keeping with her dying wish, the mob will use the fresh corpse of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to try to bully Republicans into submission over President Donald Trump’s rightful Supreme Court nomination. The ultimate goal: obstruction and delegitimization of Trump’s reelection.

On cue, a bunch of demonstrators all in matching yellow-and-black T-shirts from the Sunrise Movement turned out in front of South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham’s house in Washington, D.C., this weekend, banging pots, pans and buckets. The disrupters also blasted airhorns, pointed strobe lights at the windows and crashed cymbals to punctuate their collective fit over Ginsburg’s passing. Not a single one was arrested for disturbing the peace.

One organizer shrieked at Graham (who was not at home at the time): “You are an old white man desperately clinging to power that you can’t hold onto much longer because we’re coming for it. And in the meantime, you are not filling that Supreme Court seat. Not on our watch. The people will decide who fills that seat. No justice, no sleep!”

Another threatened: “Anyone who is seeing this can do the same thing to your representative, can do the same thing learning about how to hold them accountable. Make sure they know if they do some evil (expletives), they know there will be consequences for it.”

Shrieker Number One concluded: “We will vote, we will organize, we will strike, and we will keep showing up in your goddamned driveway at the crack of dawn to let you know that WE ARE WIDE AWAKE!”

Who is the Sunrise Movement? It’s as organic as Spam and as genuine as AstroTurf. This full-time rent-a-mob is an adjunct of the Sierra Club (annual budget: $100 million; top donors: Michael Bloomberg, George Soros). The Sierra Club provided five-figure initial seed grants to Sunrise’s educational arm, as well as Beltway office space. Other original funders of Sunrise: The Rockefeller Foundation and Wallace Global Fund (which has also contributed to the George Soros-subsidized Tides Center, Color of Change cancel culture guerilla warriors, and far-left legal policy groups Alliance for Justice and the Brennan Center for Justice).

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The Sunrise Movement’s co-founder, Evan Weber, is a former Occupy Wall Street organizer. Two others, Sara Blazevic and Varshini Prakash, are Green New Deal zealots and Bernie Sanders activists who teamed with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to push the Democrats even further left. Prakash serves as an advisory board member of Climate Power 2020 along with Soros-funded Center for American Progress head John Podesta, former Obama administration environmental czar Carol Browner, former Obama administration science czar John Holdren, former Obama administration Secretary of State John Kerry, former Obama administration EPA head Gina McCarthy, and former Obama administration U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power.

According to Forbes magazine, Sunrise has 50 full-time staff and $6.5 million in funding. The Sunrise Movement’s political arm “promotes social justice ideals” through sit-ins and neighborhood invasions. “Sunrise School” is recruiting students online on how to plan attacks on private property and get press coverage (like a glowing CNN report Monday that celebrated its “youth organizers”). The goal: “mass civil disobedience.”

For the past three years, the group has established “Sunrise Movement Houses” where “fellows” ages 18-25 move into training centers in key electoral states. The Sunrise website boasts more than 400 “hubs” across the country, from Kodiak, Alaska, to Portland and Seattle, to Santa Fe, El Paso, Milwaukee, Detroit, Des Moines, Boston, Tampa and all points in between.

Most recently, Sunrise has trained its street performers for “defund the police” actions with illegal immigrant rabble-rousers from Soros-funded Mijente and Dream Defenders, as well as the Democratic Socialists of America’s Afrosocialists. In July, Sunrise trainees descended on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s house in Louisville, Kentucky. This weekend, the drum-pounders targeted Graham as well as Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Republican Senators Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Cory Gardner of Colorado and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin are their next targets, as well Supreme Court short list candidate Barbara Lagoa.

They may look and sound like pesky, snot-nosed toddlers having harmless temper tantrums in black pajamas. But these professionally organized punks provide obstructionist boots on the ground for globalist Democratic billionaires and strategic cover for their violent antifa and Black Lives Matter comrades.

Wake up, smell the manufactured chaos, and vote to put these pot-banging brats and their donors in time out. Four more years.

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  1. El Dato says:

    Well, Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell should both have been put on Laika-like missions into deep space years and years ago, but there is a process for that (ok, there is not yet a decrepit/ZOGged-out reps space program, it should be instituted).

    But now, “process for me … but not for you” ….

    And in the meantime, you are not filling that Supreme Court seat. Not on our watch.

    Expecting a last-ditch appearance of some #MeToo male-to-female concerned citizen surrounded by jewish attorneys as excited Pelosi Youth are setting dumpsters on fire and senators are “confronted” and beaten to a pulp in elevators.

  2. Thank you, Michelle, for bringing to light the money and the power behind this movement. I have always tended toward thoughts of stupidity over evil as root causes of American’s destruction. Many times, the same type of stupid people, pervasive throughout all American institutions now, think the same stupid way and push for the same stupidity.

    However, I see you have laid out for us how organized this Sunrise movement is. I’m beginning to see more destructive happenings in this country as being parts of someone’s plans now.

    I would normally be the last guy to support Miss Lindsey of S. Carolina, but between the guy he’s running against and this latest thing, I hope he has left his “maverick” buddy John McAmnesty rotting in the grave and forgotten, so he will push hard for a good nominee. If these Sunrise bastards keep going with this method, it’ll be time to get their addresses and have some fun with them. Just stay on Zulu time, making it pretty early for them.

    I gotta say, right now, Americans against these types are up against the wall. I doubt that some guys banging pots and pans in front of these people’s Sunrise Movement Houses wouldn’t get arrested for disturbing the peace. This anarcho-tyranny won’t let up until we change out local government and or just don’t have anything much to lose anymore. With the Kung Flu Depression, maybe that’ll be the case a lot sooner.

    If anyone reading knows a good book about the history of the Communist movement within Germany back a century ago, I’d like the recommendation. It’s time we read it, as the backers of these street thugs probably already have. I don’t need a reply about “they aren’t Commies – they know nothing about the writing of Marx, the proletariat, etc…” It’s their goal of destroying traditional society and its culture that makes them Commies, and the tactics they use may be very much the same. It’s that time in history again, just a different locale, when Commies are crawling out of the woodwork again. Can we find a better way to squash it this time?

    • Agree: Lot
    • Replies: @tanabear
    , @Curmudgeon
  3. Wyatt says:

    Ok, here me out on this. What if, and stay with me on this one because it’s kind of complicated, what if, and I know you guys might be dubious cuz it’s a fairly novel, unproven solution…

    you shoot them?

    • LOL: Realist, Cloudbuster
    • Replies: @bruce county
  4. Bolo says:

    One work “Bork”…
    Tell the Liberals to take a flying leap…

  5. The conduct described is unlawful, even if the mayor/police will do nothing about it. As such, it could very well give rise to a civil action for damages and punitive damages.

    A neighbor of the political target of the protest (someone who is purely a private person) would be an ideal candidate for a suit for damages – – maybe even a class action on behalf of all similarly affected neighbors.

    Most of the time this would be a futile idea since the potential defendants are too often judgment-proof, but here we have a corporation — with large amounts of cash in the bank — that is a different story….

  6. tanabear says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    If anyone reading knows a good book about the history of the Communist movement within Germany back a century ago, I’d like the recommendation. It’s time we read it,

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
    , @Valdemar IV
  7. unit472 says:

    The GOP needs to force foundations to disperse their funds within 20 years of the bequest. It is ridiculous that we still have people ( leftists almost exclusively) living off of and dispersing the wealth of long dead donors like Rockefeller, Carnegie and Ford. Not only would this put an end to the abuse of foundations it would be economically stimulative if Buffett, Gates, Bloomberg etc fortunes had to be spent rapidly.

    • Agree: wren
    • Replies: @wren
  8. wren says:

    Thanks Michelle, I was not aware of this at all.

    I hope the politicians know that it is Soros calling with the bullhorn at 4:00 AM.

  9. wren says:
    @unit472

    Conquest’s second law has been proven correct over and over.

    I doubt that the GOP will ever do anything about it.

    I wonder if anyone has ever sued any of these organizations for behaving in a manner that is essentially 180 degrees from their benefactor’s wishes….

  10. Biff says:

    Me thinks the little pricks and the politicians deserve each other, but more importantly is the question of why can some people fund civil disobedience/violence/disturbing the peace/ordinance violations while others can’t even quietly assemble in groups without provocation?

  11. @wren

    Wren, I noted the Sierra Club and its money supporting the Sunrise group in particular, and that just set me off. Peak Stupidity has recently written 2 posts on the Sierra Club’s “cancelling” of John Muir, its long-ago co-founder, for crying out loud, and a man responsible for American’s ability to enjoy lots of the wide-open pristine wilderness. (My favorite is Olympic Nat’l Park, in Washington State.) I was so pissed off while writing the 2 posts that I cannot even put the titles here in mixed company – here are Part 1 and Part 2.

    Michael Brune is the guy’s name who is pushing this cancellation of John Muir. Between that PC crap, their more important 20-odd y/o policy of “YOU! DO! NOT! TALK! ABOUT! IMMIGRATION!” (see “More on the destruction of California”) , and now, their support of destructive Commies has me repeating to anyone who cares:

    DON’T DONATE ONE RED CENT TO THE SIERRA CLUB, EVER!

  12. @Wyatt

    And what if 100 million Americans joined you.
    They won’t.
    American white males are cowards.
    The only chance you have is removing the corrupt justice system that targets whites and self defense.

  13. Realist says:

    The “community organizers” of the left are in full wildebeest mode.

    The “community organizers” of the left are in full chimp mode.

    FIFY

  14. Realist says:

    Soros sponsors many leftist DAs, as well as many other office holders who retard justice for rioters.

    This was made possible…legal…by the Deep State controlled SCOTUS.

    The SCOTUS has passed down egregious decisions that abridge the First Amendment and show contempt for the concept of a representative democracy. Buckley v. Valeo, 424 U.S. 1976 and exacerbated by continuing stupid SCOTUS decisions First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission.
    These decisions have codified that money is free speech thereby giving entities of wealth and power total influence in elections.

  15. @tanabear

    If you provided a link, I’m not seeing it. Could you post it again? Thanks.

    • Replies: @tanabear
  16. @Achmed E. Newman

    If these people are “communists”, they are not from the Marxist-Leninist side of the coin. IMO these people are the useful idiots of the crony finance capital commune. No Marxist-Leninist would want mass immigration, much less open borders, to reduce wages for the working class, nor would they expect their government’s resources to be used to finance that mass immigration for a lifestyle paid for by the working class.

    For all of its faults, contrary to popular belief (at least in the US) there were no freebies in the Soviet system. Everyone physically and mentally capable of working was expected to work. Productivity was less of an issue than someone showing up for work and being occupied. People who were chronically let go were considered malingerers and could be sent for re-education. This is not what these useful idiots are after. They have no concept of Marxism/Leninism only warm and fuzzy Open Society bullshit.

    • Agree: Timur The Lame
    • Replies: @Valdemar IV
    , @John Johnson
  17. @tanabear

    “It was communism…”
    WRONG!

    Frankfurt school! Cultural-Marxism! Critical theory! The ideology that emerged in “weimar” Germany more than anywhere else was a mash-up of communism and of the Freudian fraud which was much closer to what the mainstream western left, even then, actually wanted than communism or anarchism ever did.

  18. sterplaz says:

    Trump is going to nominate someone who will turn out to be in the same vein as O’Conner, Kennedy, Roberts, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh et alia. AKA, someone who will be a big disappointment to the Right. Because Trump like all RINOs is in love with getting positive media coverage; he won’t get it even if he appeases the LEFT/mob. Trump will feel the need, thanks to advisors like his daughter and her husband, to nominate some female of some non-White ethnicity.

    Nixon did such, although maybe he couldn’t tell what kind of rouge/renegade stealth judge he was nominting; Harry Blackmun who authored the Roe v. Wade decision and many other activist outrages.

    Eisenhower also did such; Earl Warren had been a former governor of Ca., William Brennan had been a former New Jersey state legislator. Christ, Eisenhower put two politicians on the high court. What did Eisenhower think was going to happen with those two on the Court?

    Trump has been a complete failure. He hasn’t brought any manufacturing back to America. He has NOT kept his pledge earlier this year … “when the looting starts, the shooting starts”. He makes repeated public sympathies with those who commit felony violence but not a word for any who stand up to the LEFTIST mob (Kyle Rittenhouse). His idea of criminal justice reform is turning felons back out onto the street, many with their full rights (to vote Democrat) restored. Meanwhile, Trump has left US military in Leavenworth who were convicted on the impossible-to-attain Ivory Tower Rules of Engagement. And Hillary never was charged as he clearly promised/implied in that third debate. He hasn’t closed the borders. He hasn’t deported many illegals at all. He hasn’t stop big tech and other college diploma requiring industries from bringing more 3rd worlders into our country so that big tech industries don’t have to hire Americans (read: Whites). He hasn’t reduced US presence in the Middle East. He has indeed done Israel’s dirty work on Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Rich
  19. @Curmudgeon

    Correct! This confusing is not a matter of coincidence, thought. It is a generations-old psyop to misdirect, deceive the people opposing the western left as to its aims and ideological roots.

    Con Inc and the Alt-Lite today (like PJW, Jordan Peterson and Stefan Molyneux) always seeks to associate the mainstream western left with Mao or Stalin, this to avoid the light coming upon aspects such as Woodrow Wilson, the Federal Reserve and US involvement in the Great War (less than 2 months after the February revolution in Russia), the “deep state” push for WW3 (see the details of operation Northwood, cold war plans to liberate East Berlin and the “occupied” DDR, Polish and Czech cities with H bombs, and what the Kennedy files revealed about the CIA, Eisenhower was not at all a good guy) and the “weimar” connection.
    Which is Magnus Hirschfeldt, the Institut fĂŒr Sexualwissenschaft, the Frankfurt School and how these relates to political correctness today. Or that political violence was also endemic in the “weimar” republic already in 1923, the KPD wasn’t to blame for all of it either.

    They want their audience to believe the “deep state” is merely a self-organized communist plot (in reality, the puppets are always mere puppets and not even always leftists, you also got “right-wing” color revolutions when the local needs calls for it) while in truth, its origins predated the Bolshevik revolution by more than a few generations. http://archive.is/2tflg Indeed, it goes further back than the American Secession War and the Crimea War. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mII9NZ8MMVM The reasn why is make people underestimate, fail to understand what they are dealing with.

    The “system” works not just with political groups to push its agenda but also controlled opposition political groups meant to forever fail to defeat the political groups pushing the main agenda. As the majority would not accept all of them put together, the system also distributes the agenda between parties, GOP establishment neo-cons push the foreign policy and the DNC push the internal policy.

  20. Hibernian says:
    @wren

    I wonder if anyone has ever sued any of these organizations for behaving in a manner that is essentially 180 degrees from their benefactor’s wishes
.

    Only on very rare occasions.

  21. tanabear says:
    @Curmudgeon

    -https://www.amazon.com/Communism-Germany-Adolf-Ehrt/dp/1388970589-

    -https://www.amazon.com/Weimar-Communism-Mass-Movement-1918-1933/dp/1910448982-

    But you can search Amazon for those titles and you should be able to locate them.

    • Thanks: Curmudgeon
  22. If white men could organize like the Left and bullhorn cuckservatives, maybe ZOG wouldn’t be as powerful.

    • Replies: @unit472
  23. Lee says:

    @tanabear

    If you provided a link, I’m not seeing it. Could you post it again? Thanks.

    Yes, I would appreciate a link also.

    Trust but verify as has been said previously.

  24. Rich says:
    @sterplaz

    As bad as O’conner or Kennedy were, do you prefer another Kagan or Ginsburg? The best we can hope for is a moderate Republican at this point in history. It’s extremely rare for a true conservative to get elected anywhere, there’s maybe a handful out there. We’ve got to go with the moderate, small government Repub approach for now. As the leftist violence grows, however, the right will grow stronger in its response and we may have a shot at restoring, and saving, the Republic.

    • Replies: @sterplaz
  25. unit472 says:
    @Supply and Demand

    And what happens when organizations perceived to be white oriented are created? Well the NRA is under attack by a black animal posing as the New York Attorney General, The Boy Scouts were pressured back in the 1980’s to admit homosexuals as troop leaders. Remember the United Way among other non profits cuttiing their funding? Result, they did and the BSA is now defunct and in bankruptcy owing to homosexual predators infiltrating the organization.

    This is why Republicans in Congress need to push back against non profit foundations. Owing to the obscene concentration of wealth in this country Foundations have become a tool of the plutocrats to exercise control over the nations resources, provide sinecures to their political operatives an00 d avoid paying any taxes using the scheme. Do we really want Bill Gates and Warren Buffett’s joint foundation to control a $2oo billion pool of capital forever?

  26. sterplaz says:
    @Rich

    Hello, Rich. I truly understand what you are saying. But what difference would it make to have a Biden in the White House instead of a Trump? What difference would it make if a majority of the US Supr Ct is Kagan/Sotomayor/Ginsburg type of judges? The only difference that I can foresee is the first is going to be a full and furious psycho meltdown by the LEFT and a slow gradual descent into 3rd world-dom when a moderate Repub is in office.

    Every year the LEFT gets stronger and stronger. They are in virtually all Corporate decision making positions; using Corporate profits to benefit the LEFT instead of paying it in taxes to a financially strapped fed gov’t. They own all social and other media. They rule the education institutions. One day the LEFT will be so strong, and we Whites so weak, the LEFT will not restrain itself. You’ve seen that in just this year alone.

    Why wait until the LEFT has the Presidency, and the command of US military, in its hands forever more, due to demographic change? Then we Whites will be truly abused to the nth degree. Why not begin resisting LEFTIST domination now, while we Whites have the Presidency to at least not use it on us, to keep it out of our conflicts with local/state LEFTIST gov’t?

    That is what I believe this next election is about. If we put Trump back in, he is overwhlemingly likely to drop all border enforcement, drop all deportations, drop all demands to get out of midEast conflicts, drop all concern about our (Whites) increasing marginalization in social media, internet financial services. And many others. Like his son-in-law Kushner was supposed to have said: “they (White Trump voters) have no where else to go”. One day soon in our lifetimes we Whites will see simple checking accounts, emergency medical service, food supplies denied to us simply because we dissent to LEFTIST orthodoxies. It is coming. Make no mistake, when non-Whites get all power, there will be a genocide against Whites.

    1) We Whites are, metaphorically, in a 18 wheel truck heading max speed for a cliff. AKA our country is being turned break neck speed into a 3rd world hell hole in all aspects of culture and society.

    2) It is long past time to turn that large and high speed vehicle so that it veers away from the cliff before it is too late to avoid going over the cliff. AKA we are not going to vote in elections our way out of this predicament we Whites allowed our country to be put into. That good ship Democracy sailed a long time ago and in reality, that good ship Democracy was not very sea worthy to begin with, if you catch my meaning.

    We are also right at, if not past, the time where putting on the brakes is going to do no good either. AKA, we Whites have lost all our gov’ts and cultural institutions that are now weaponized against us. We are too close to the cliff to stop the vehicle with breaks. We will have to jump off this speeding-to-a-cliff vehicle or go over the cliff. Going over the cliff is going to be total destruction. What injury would we get if we jump now? Some injury, yes. But how bad?

    This nation/society is like a room, with only one exit to get out of it. We Whites are the mouse/rabbit/furry kitten. The LEFT is a python that hasn’t eaten in a long while. And that python is sitting in the doorway of the only exit out of the room.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @John Johnson
  27. Rich says:
    @sterplaz

    Sometimes I feel the same way as you, but since I’ve got kids, I have no choice to work to prevent the slide into perfidy. Trump attempted to restrict illegal immigration and to deport illegal aliens but was prevented by the types of judges Biden and Harris will appoint. The delaying tactics used by the left are getting toward their end, however, and a 2nd Trump administration will be able to implement them. Biden and harris will flood the country with illegals and let them vote. Slowing the number of immigrants can stabilize the country’s demographics and typical, small government moderate republicanism can keep us in decent shape for a long time. We also need to return to being a meritocracy by ending all affirmative action programs.

    We’re trapped in this room, there’s no exit, nowhere to go. We have to find the largest coalition of Whites we can in order to keep the ship sailing. I think that moderate Republicanism is the best we can do.

    • Replies: @sterplaz
  28. @Curmudgeon

    No Marxist-Leninist would want mass immigration, much less open borders, to reduce wages for the working class

    That was a different time when Marxists were primarily concerned with workers.

    That was also when their leaders believed that Marx knew what he was talking about when it came to economics.

    They morphed into an anti-White movement decades ago after giving up on Communism as a viable plan.

    They don’t really care if you point this out. They hate you.

    • Replies: @Undocumented Shopper
  29. @sterplaz

    That is what I believe this next election is about. If we put Trump back in, he is overwhelming likely to drop all border enforcement, drop all deportations, drop all demands to get out of midEast conflicts

    That is the biggest load of BS I have read all month. He is a stubborn person and is not simply going to drop his current war with the courts over immigration once he wins. If anything the opposite will happen. He is more likely to go further against the establishment once he doesn’t need to be re-elected. He hates the press just as much as we do. There is zero chance in hell he is going to flip on immigration after winning. After this election he will hate the press even more.

    But what difference would it make to have a Biden in the White House instead of a Trump?

    Biden wants to bankrupt the gun companies by letting Black cities sue them and he also wants to bring in huge numbers of Muslims. He wants to add a liberal (read anti-2A) to the court which has long lasting ramifications.

    So yea huge difference.

    I have to say there is an alarming number of “don’t vote” advocates on this website. I have my own issues with Trump but fail to see how not voting in this election would improve things. If anything that would favor Biden who is really an establishment Manchurian candidate.

    • Agree: Getaclue
    • Replies: @sterplaz
  30. sterplaz says:
    @Rich

    Your kids are going to live in a world where they are a hated minority. Check out South Afrikan Whites for a preview of what is coming to America.

    Trump should have told that federal judge that he will not enforce a blatantly unConstitutional executive order from a prior administration. That the judicial branch does not give orders to the other two branches. That the US Supreme Court is not supreme over the other two branches, but only over the lower federal courts. That Marbury vs Madison is not constitutional law, but rather another specious/bogus/renegade court decision.

    You no doubt saw the latest RNC convention. That looked like multicultural (i.e. the destruction of White people) on parade. A clear sign that the Repub party is now officially on the side of demographically replacing Whites in their own homelands.

    There is no way the political LEFT is going to allow any slow down in dumping non-Whites into this country. They will also not allow any US Constitution to impede them in any policy goal. Moderate Republicanism is Lindsay Graham, (former) John McCain and Mitt Romney and others of that type. They are selling us out.

  31. sterplaz says:
    @John Johnson

    Nope, not BS at all. Trump has done not very much of what he campaigned on in 2016. If he wanted to do so, if he was stubborn, he would have done it. But he hasn’t. When he wins re-election, he will shelve all he promised.

    Our choice is to have a slow descent (Trump) into 3rd world hell hole, or a quick one (Biden). It is a demoralizing choice.

  32. @John Johnson

    That was a different time when Marxists were primarily concerned with workers.

    As well as leftists in general. Here is what Bertrand Russell wrote in 1923:

    The white population of the world will soon cease to increase. The Asiatic races will be longer, and the negroes still longer, before their birth rate falls sufficiently to make their numbers stable without help of war and pestilence…. Until that happens, the benefits aimed at by socialism can only be partially realized, and the less prolific races will have to defend themselves against the more prolific by methods which are disgusting even if they are necessary.

    That prediction places Bertrand Russell to the right of Donald Trump.
    Alas, his prediction was wrong. We are not willing to defend ourselves by methods which are disgusting even if they are necessary.

  33. I’m not Democrat or a Republican, I’m an Independent. I always try to see things from both sides. There is so much division in our country people are aginst each other as it was for the civil war. That in itself should be enough for people to realize we are probably headed for another repeat of the past. I’m still not sure who I will choose for President

  34. hutch says: • Website

    Protesting at someones political office is fine and expected. Protesting at someones home is bad taste and only misguided, do nothing humans would do this.

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