Why Trump must be stopped

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  1. thewap macrumors demi-god

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    Wayne Allen Root's comments on the political machine and why they are scared of Trump.
    Mr. Root is pretty amped about Trump..lol

     
  2. Huntn macrumors G5

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    The argument is made that Trump is inciting violence at his rallys. Such as telling his crowds that we treat protestors much gentler today than in the old days, arguably making a case as part of his general argument that we are weak today. On PBS they played a clip from a rally where a protestor was sucker punched while being led away by police. In an interview the assaulter said he was justified because the man was obviously UN-American, deserved it...and... He'll be lucky if we don't kill him next time.

    Go Trump, our savior! Let's return to the good ole days. :mad:

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    On Wednesday, 26-year-old Rakeem Jones was being escorted out of a Donald Trump rally by security when John McGraw punched him in the face.

    Jones was protesting the rally, which is why he was being escorted out by security to begin with. McGraw was charged with the assault. But he was unrepentant.

    "He deserved it," McGraw told Inside Edition. "The next time we see him, we might have to kill him. We don’t know who he is. He might be with a terrorist organization."

    When Donald Trump was asked about the incident at CNN's debate Thursday night, he generally defended the attendees at his rallies. But he did, briefly, say that "I don't like" what happened in Fayetteville, and "I certainly don't condone that at all."

    That, frankly speaking, is ********. Even if Donald Trump does not, in his heart, want to see people getting beaten up at his rallies, the fact remains that he has consistently encouraged rallygoers to beat up protesters. Even more worrisomely, he has consistently justified his followers' desire to beat people up in terms of their "passion" for his campaign and America.


    The problem with violence at Trump rallie start with Trump himself

    Donald Trump’s Rallies Are Becoming Increasingly Violent
     
  3. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Donald Trump's America

     
  4. jkcerda macrumors 6502

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    sounds like self defense.
    I don't see the problem.
     
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    Because there's a very distinct legal and moral line between subduing someone throwing tomatoes, and beat the everliving **** out of them.

    Plus, there's the fact that the vast majority of these so called extreme protesters only tend to hold up signs and shout back at Trump. Basically, he's riling people up just to attack those who simply speak out against him.
     
  6. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Self defense would be Trump defending himself. Calling for your supporters to knock the crap out of someone is ****ing Neanderthal.
     
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    Increasing incidents of unruly protestors has to give one pause for wonder. Especially after all the proven false reports of racial incidents, false incidents recited by many persons either in school, or who are professors at a school. It's a means to cause a specific type of ruckus in order to promote discourse as though it's really a problem, when in fact it's a left leaning concoction.
     
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    if you find yourself in a fair fight, your tactics SUCK. if someone is going to throw something at you, you really don't have time to see if its a tomato or a rock or a shoe, so why take the chance? play stupid games/win stupid prizes.
     
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    I believe these protestors are actually intentionally trying to stir things up hoping to insight violence.
     
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    he is going to pay the legal fees, how is that different from the secret service putting a moron in his place? Throwing crap at others just because you don't like their views is just as ****ing Neanderthal, but you might see things differently if you agree on who is getting assaulted :p
     
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    Exactly ZERO tomatoes have been thrown, yet at least five individuals have been assaulted in five different incidences at multiple events.

    Defenders of White supremacy will keep making excuses for the inexcusable. It's what they do.
     
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    Do you really believe we are advocating for white supremacy?
     
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    see? Trumps threats work, it's called pre-emptive strikes :p

    those hitting other should go to jail, plain & simple.
     
  14. FieldingMellish, Mar 11, 2016
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    It could be the opposite, like in 2008, when new black panthers threatened violence outside a polling place in Phillie.

    Obama's DOJ later let the offending Panthers walk. Way to go, Obama!

    The intimidation? Standing outside, each man wielded a short wooden bat and was rhythmically tapping the business end into a palm while staring visitors down. Seen on Fox News television. Not MSM.

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    The New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case is a political controversy in the United Statesconcerning an incident that occurred during the 2008 election. The New Black Panther Party and two of its members, Minister King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, were charged with voter intimidation for their conduct outside a polling station in Philadelphia.

    The Department of Justice later narrowed the charges against Minister King Shabazz and dismissed the charges against the New Black Panther Party and Jerry Jackson. The decision to dismiss the charges has led to accusations that the Department of Justice under the Obama administration is biased against white victims and unwilling to prosecute minorities for civil rights violations. These charges have been most notably made by J. Christian Adams, who in May 2010 resigned his post in the Department of Justice in protest over the Obama administration's perceived mishandling of the case, and by his former supervisor Christopher Coates."

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Black_Panther_Party_voter_intimidation_case
     
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    IIRC it was the Bush administration who decided not to press charges.
     
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    Certainly Presidential material. At least, by your standards.
     
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    A single incident, involving two supposed "perpetrators", where not a single person was injured and not a single person directly involved had a complaint of intimidation.

    WOW.

    That's all you have?

    Sad.



    Defenders of White supremacy will continue to deflect from the issue at hand. It's what they do.
     
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    Was with you until two of the last three words.

    It's a concoction, possibly. But one of the GOP comrades could be just as much a possible culpable perpetrator as anyone from any other political party. Or the folks in the audience that like being unruly as a thrill who otherwise don't give a bleep either way.
     
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    if you rather the country get attacked first................
     
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    They do.

    It's orwellian newspeak brainwashing in action.

    Everyone who disagrees with the MSM is called names.
     
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    lol, you learned a word Deflect and you'll apply it anywhere, anytime, all inappropriately. Said to a defender of black racist intimidation.
     
  22. Meister Suspended

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    I noticed this, too.

    Hitlary supporters use the word "deflect" everytime they don't want to face the ugly facts about their candidate.

    They are deflecting. :p
     
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    We don't have any actual complaints of intimidation. We have cell phone video that was shot and posted on Faux News. Faux News has a long history of showing false and misleading video clips that have no merit on the topic they are trying to push. I am not sure what you expect anyone to do with that. Take it seriously?
     
  24. samiwas macrumors 65816

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    We're talking about a guy telling people in the crowd to "knock them out". What does this have to do with international military tactics? Try, at least once, to stick to a topic instead of going all over the place.

    No one who is running for President of the United States should be stooping to the level of instructing others to just attack people at will, and offering to cover their legal expenses to egg them on. But, it's not surprising at all that the usual suspects like this guy.
     
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    I agree that Trump should not tell people to strike others. I also think it's time we stand up to people who try to shout us down. I'm not afraid of being called names anymore. I'm not afraid of being called a racist. I know I'm not a racist and I'm not going to be bullied anymore.
     

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