Category Archives: Free Speech

Donald Trump Explains What’s Behind That Atmospheric Violence

Donald Trump, Free Speech, Justice, Media

Via Meet The Press:
CHUCK TODD:

Mr. Trump, 17 days later, that actually happened. One of your supporters decided to sucker punch a protester. Do you accept any responsibility for creating this atmosphere?

DONALD TRUMP:

I don’t accept responsibility, I do not condone violence in any shape. And I will tell you from what I saw, the young man stuck his finger up in the air, and the other man sort of just had it. But I still, I don’t condone violence. As far as my previous statement, we had somebody that was punching and vicious and gone crazy, a disrupter, they’re not protesters. I’m telling you, they’re disrupters, they’re professionals.

And he went absolutely wild punching, and frankly, when they punch, it’s okay. When my people punch back because they have to out of self defense, everybody says, “Oh, isn’t that terrible?” The fact is, that we have very peaceful rallies. I’ve had many, many rallies. I have 25,000, 30,000 people coming to rallies.

And out of that, we have very, very little problem. We haven’t had a real injury or anything. And then Chicago I canceled, and I did a great thing by canceling it, because who needs the problems, who needs people getting hurt? I didn’t want that.

CHUCK TODD:

But when you say–

DONALD TRUMP:

So instead of getting–

CHUCK TODD:

But Mr. Trump, when you say, you know, “If you see somebody getting to ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them. Seriously, just knock the hell out of them. I promise you, I’ll pay for their legal fees.” How is that not condoning what this older gentleman did to this protester?

DONALD TRUMP:

Well, let me explain what happened. We were told just as I was going up on the stage, I was told by the secret service, “Sir, there’s a person or two people in the audience that have tomatoes. They are going to throw them at you, we think. If they do throw them, you have to be prepared.”

Now, if you get hit in the face with a tomato, let me tell you, with somebody with a strong arm, at least, let me tell you, it can be very damaging. Not good. So I was told people were in the audience, two people, with tomatoes, and they’re going to throw them at me. What I did is I said, “By the way, if you see anybody with tomatoes, right at the beginning, you’ve got to stop them. Do whatever you want to do.” I have no objection to what I said. I would say it again. People are there doing harm, you have to go and you have to use equal force.

CHUCK TODD:

Do you plan – I’m just curious–

DONALD TRUMP:

It’s not fair. It’s a one-way street.

CHUCK TODD:

I’m just curious, do you plan on paying for the legal fees of this older gentleman in North Carolina who sucker punched the protester?

DONALD TRUMP:

Well, I’m not aware. I will say this. I do want to see what that young man was doing. Because he was very taunting. He was very loud, very disruptive. And from what I understand, he was sticking a certain finger up in the air. And that is a terrible thing to do in front of somebody that frankly wants to see America made great again. And so we’ll see.

CHUCK TODD:

And that condones —

DONALD TRUMP:

I’m going to take a look at it. But I want to see what that man was doing.

CHUCK TODD:

And that condones a sucker punch though?

DONALD TRUMP:

No, as I told you before, nothing condones. But I want to see. The man got carried away, he was 78 years old, he obviously loves his country, and maybe he doesn’t like seeing what’s happening to the country. I want to see the full tape. But I don’t condone violence.

CHUCK TODD:

So you might pay for his legal fees?

DONALD TRUMP:

Well, I’m going to look at it. I’m going to see, you know, what was behind this because it was a strange event. But from what I heard, there was a lot of taunting and a certain finger was placed in the air. Not nice. Again, I don’t condone the violence. I don’t condone what he did. But you know what, not nice for the other side either.

CHUCK TODD:

It’s possible you could help him with legal fees, if this man needs it?

DONALD TRUMP:

I’ve actually instructed my people to look into it, yes.

UnAmerican Alinskyites Move To Shut Down TRUMP Speech

Donald Trump, Free Speech, Individual Rights, Left-Liberalism

Alinskyites are community activists who’re unprepared to compete in the market place of ideas. Their goal is, for starters, to banish ideas they dislike—by force, if need be.

The Alinskyites who’ve united to SHUT DOWN Donald Trump are, via The Los Angeles Times: “Black Student Union, the Muslim Student Assn. and the Fearless Undocumented Association, which advocates for immigrants in the country illegally, Black Lives Matter and MoveOn.Org, which has endorsed Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.”

Meet one moochers, an illegal alien:

“As an undocumented UIC graduate student, I feel unsafe knowing that Trump along with his followers will be at my university,” organizer Jorge Mena wrote in an open letter to the school’s administration. “We already face systemic violence but we’re increasingly becoming targets of attack by his followers on and off Trump’s campaign trail.”

Some campus faculty joined in, penning a separate letter to school officials. …

Planning for the event started Monday night, … Nick Berning, communications director at MoveOn.Org, said his organization printed signs for the protesters and sent out an email blast to its members in the Chicago area inviting them to join.

Tess Raser, an organizer with Assata’s Daughters, a group of black women that has protested police violence, said her organization saw the protest as an opportunity to connect Trump’s racist rhetoric with institutional racism in Chicago.

The demonstration kicked off Friday afternoon, with a rally on campus where Muslim and Latino immigrant students spoke. Protesters then marched to the rally site carrying a banner that read: “Trump makes America hate. Our students make America great.”

While some protesters stayed outside, others went into the event, many of them concealing anti-Trump posters under their clothes.

When Trump officials announced that the candidate wouldn’t be appearing because of security concerns, the crowd erupted …

… MORE.

Related: “Moveon.Org raising funds from Trump protests, warns more disruptions to come.”

UPDATED: Traitors Ted Cruz & John Kasich Use Orwellian Speak To Tarnish Trump

Constitution, Donald Trump, Elections, Free Speech, Gender, Individual Rights, Race, Republicans

The presidential aspirations of Ted Cruz and John Kasich ought to be sealed, OVER, after both blamed Donald Trump, using the “toxic environment” Orwellian Speak, for Chicago mob violence, the kind that burnt down Ferguson and will burn down this country. (Related “Ferguson: Thankful For The Founding Fathers’ Legal Legacy.”)

Said Kasich (Dr. Phil of politics):

Before Trump spoke in Dayton on Saturday, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said the real estate mogul had created a “toxic environment.”
“There is no place for this,” he said. “There is no place for a national leader to prey on the fears of the people who live in our country.”

Said traitor Ted Cruz, via The Conservative Treehouse:

The responsibility starts at the top. The candidate is responsible for the culture of the campaign. Trump disrespects voters, encourages violence and assaults the press.

There you have it. Like little liberals, Republicans capitulate to and psychologize about mob violence and mob rule.

UPDATE (3/13):

Mark Zuckerberg Vows To Provide A Safe Space For Persecuted Muslims

Europe, Free Speech, Homeland Security, Left-Liberalism, Private Property, Regulation

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg posted this quote, presumably to Facebook: “If you’re a Muslim in this community, as the leader of Facebook, I want you to know that you are always welcome here and that we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you.”

Writing in The Austrian, Jeff Deist exposed more of “creep” Zuckerberg’s notorious George-Soros type machinations:

“… head Facebook creep Zuckerberg recently was overheard at a UN summit telling Angela Merkel that he would get to work on suppressing Facebook comments by Germans who have the audacity to object to the government’s handling of migrants.”

The fact that Facebook is Zuckerberg’s—it’s private property—doesn’t make the owner’s impetus less sickening.