Yes, they are paid to protest

| August 18, 2017 | 101 Comments

I went to the trouble of doing some digging on Thursday evening, because I am fed up to the gills with the fear mongering and other crap rhetoric going on, and that includes the crap coming from the Democrats and the Republicans, both.

The Democrats seem to think they have the upper hand. They are gloating about the seeming backlash over what Pres. Trump did/did not say about what happened at Charlotte, NC. Elsewhere, I’m finding articles written for publications that I would never otherwise read, all of which clearly dislike Pres. Trump because HILLARY didn’t win!

Plainly, taking a step back is in order here. It’s getting a bit thick and we need to air the room out. I like to get to the bottom of things… you know: the heart of the matter. The source of the issue. The fount of the mess created by loud noisy crowds, ignorant responses, and rhetoric and noise coming from people who enjoy seeing others panic… all of which lies in the lap of the media.

So I did what I usually do, dig for backup for what I have to say and here it is.

The Charlotte, NC, riots – they have no other name – were generated by what seemed to be two extremist groups, but in reality consists of only one extremist group , the KKK/neo-Nazis, facing a group of paid actors and troublemakers and people with cameras to record it.  They were hired to do this. Now, how do I know this?

Well, I took the trouble of looking for stuff that people were suggesting might be the root cause of the violence, that is, people who were hired to engage in violent and destructive behavior, and guess what I found?  Yeah, that’s right: they were hired to do it.  A company named Crowds on Demand placed an ad on Craigslist before the Charlotte, NC, protest, offering $25/hour to actors and photographers to go there and participate in a ‘peaceful’ protest. https://charlotte.craigslist.org/tfr/d/actors-and-photographers/6253305119.htm

I saved a screen shot of the ad because it shows the ad’s content. The company is based in Los Angeles. When Infowars tried to contact them about it, they took the ad down, but it reappeared shortly afterwards. I saved the screenshot in case the ad disappears again. Anyone interested enough can go searching for it.

I don’t normally go to Infowars for anything, but I saw a link to the story about this ad online and followed it. Here it is:  https://www.infowars.com/why-was-this-crowd-hire-company-recruiting-25-an-hour-political-activists-in-charlotte-last-week/

Poetrooper said that Trump is losing the military. I found two stories online with that headline, suggesting that there is mutiny of some sort within the structure of the Department of Defense, when in fact, there is no such thing.

https://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/08/16/us-military-leaders-are-distancing-themselves-from-trumps-charlottesville-rhetoric/23079036/

AOL’s article simply repeats what the 82nd Airborne Division said about the man in the 82nd Airborne cap and added the statement that the Pentagon is removing itself from Trump’s influence with no backup provided to support that declaration.. It is an opinionated, incorrect statement, with no basis for its existence. Likewise, Nguyen’s article in Vanity Fair, a magazine that used to be, and still is, not much more than a gossip column with slick ads, takes the stance that her opinion is more valuable than real research. There is no real substance to what she says.  https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/08/donald-trump-military-white-supremacism-response

Nowhere did I see anything indicating that CNO Richardson, or anyone else, did anything but make appropriate statements. https://twitter.com/CNORichardson/status/896529683508015104

That includes Neller (USMC)  https://twitter.com/GenRobertNeller/status/897591648007446529

and Miley (Army) https://twitter.com/armychiefstaff/status/897742317897093121

If you read those Twitter links, tell me where, in any of them, there is an indication that these senior officers said anything inappropriate or disrespectful of the President.  Where? Where do they say they disagree with Pres. Trump’s responses to the media’s questions? Poe, could you stop being such a gloomy old stick?

The only hatred and divisiveness I can find being stirred up lies at the feet of the media in toto. If they hate Donald Trump, so be it. They have the right to detest him with every fibre of their useless beings. They also have the right to speak freely about how much they hate him. They do not, however, have the right to destroy this country by lying their asses off about him.

As Jonn and several of us have said before, the remedy for false speech is truth.

The truth is that these protests since the election results were announced have been generated by people who are paid to do that. Remember that ‘someone has to die’ statement from last year?

If anyone wants to investigate Crowds on Demand, go right ahead. Have a good time. I have saved a screen shot of the ad. I think it bears looking into. After all, there will likely be another protest of some kind by the leftie KKKers before long. Someone will alert them.  Chartered buses have to be booked in advance. That costs money as do the paid participants. That’s what should be looked at. None of those post-election protests were spontaneous. Not. One. Damned. Protest.  If this is not subversion of this country, then what is it?

This is America, my country. Love it, or take your sorry ass some place else.

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  1. PFM says:

    What exactly is a military county? Is it made up exclusively of military members, not including dependents, DoD civilians, regular citizens…you get the idea. You’d think they’d learn about polling from the election, but apparently not. Obviously none of these people have ever served – your loyalty is to the office of the President, not the person filling the slot. As soon as the new person is elected, the old one is forgotten. How much influence do any of the past presidents have in military matters? None. The service chiefs are there to act as spokespersons for their services and to advise the President on matters concerning the services. They can offer contrary arguments, but at the end of the day when the final decision is made they salute and implement the decision. I knew many in the service opposed to both Clinton and Obama policies, but guess what, at the end of the day they carried out their duties regardless of personal thoughts. These yahoos have been watching too many Hollywood movies, and not doing enough real investigation, but that is the state of the news business (note the use of the word) nowadays.

    • DOUGout says:

      The reporter of today interviews other reporters who have PRESUMABLY done research and can speak as experts. To other reporters. I can hear a locker room conversation: “Nice research, Brad.”
      “I didn’t do the research for this, it was your turn!”
      “No, I’m sure it was my turn to interview you, your turn to be the informed expert.”
      “No, I was the expert last time, it was your turn to be informed and do the informing.”
      “Well, let’s flip a coin now for roles next story. Shesh!”
      When CLINTON, with his dismal veracity index took over as POTUS I heard from family in Nevada that USAF officers of their acquaintance where prepared to disobey his orders. Um, no offense, BUT I don’t think so little of the AF that I that I believed that then. I certainly wouldn’t believe it about the Senior Service or my Shipmates today.

  2. Silentium Est Aureum says:

    Where’s the “LIKE” button, Jonn?

    Seriously, the JCS wasn’t critical of Trump. They were reiterating service POLICY in their denunciation of racism and/or discrimination in any form.

    Even if they don’t like Trump, they’re bound by that pesky ol UCMJ, specifically Article 88, of which I’m quite sure they’re well aware.

    But it’s gotten to the point where if Trump tweeted that he was in favor of oxygen, tens of millions of liberals would suffocate.

    Come to think of it, that’s not such a bad idea.

  3. Wilted Willy says:

    Great article Ex, you nailed it!

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Thank you, Willy. I hope you’re doing better.

      • UpNorth says:

        Ditto for Willy, hope things are looking up.
        As for this article, Ex, this is much like throwing a pile of carrots out near the woods, enticing the buck whitetail into the opening. HWSNBN will arrive shortly, in high dudgeon, to curse and howl. Nicely done.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        You’re right, but I wasn’t aiming it at him or anyone in particular. I was interested in who is behind those destructive riots. There’s no reason to turn violent at a protest march, period.

        I find the flipflopping that the unperson to whom you refer is another one of his efforts to pick a fight. Slamming someone (HMCS[FMF]) for making a career choice of the military, and then slamming poor old Ex-PH2 for NOT doing that is how he starts his fights.
        I think he likes being bitch-slapped. It justifies his quarrels over nothing and he gets attention at the same time. But he’s being moderated, which means his comments sit in suspension until/unless someone looks at them.

        • UpNorth says:

          Yeah, like the abused wife, HWSNBN shows up for his daily dose of abuse. It gets off on it, much like our rock climbing hero from the People’s Republik of Boulder, Joey.

        • MSG Eric says:

          If you look at Westboro Baptist church protests, especially at funerals of servicemembers, how often do they get violent? Those dirtbags are a significant point of ire and yet, we don’t see riots happen, people getting murdered, sent to the hospital, etc.

          If other demonstrations in matters of the Politik can occur without violence, it should be strange for it to happen with one group seemingly always involved.

          I commented to a friend of mine that I have yet to see/hear of a protest where Antifa showed up and it didn’t become violent, destructive, turn into a riot, etc. If there are times when they do, I sure haven’t seen them. Perhaps the media is “hiding” all their peaceful protests from us peasants?

          • DOUGout says:

            I caught a few moments of an interview with a “counter demonstrator” on a network while I was scrambling for my TV remote. He had a PLO style scarf around his neck, and his mates had bandanas around theirs and heavy gloves on. I’m sure they weren’t looking for trouble, not while the camera was still rolling. Not while they could babble for the national news feeds. I’d bet a nickel though that they had hammers in their belts…

        • Poetrooper says:

          But as I keep saying, he’s great for my comment threads, really keeps the pot boiling with his nastyness.

          And at least, Ex-PH2, you called me a stick and not a dick.

          As for the Joint Chiefs, I think that was a bit of PR CYA allowed by Trump to protect them from media heat.

          Lastly, Jonn, how about taking Lars and Joe off “time-out?” Let the little weasels do their worst, we can deal with them

        • desert says:

          I wonder how many of the scum that want to destroy our history, have family/relatives that fought in one or more of the wars? And do they realize they are shytting on their own families and heritage and the are doing the work of soros, NWO, illumnati, tri lateral and the rest of the satan worshippers?

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Hope you’e doing well, WW…

      • Wilted Willy says:

        Thanks all for the well wishes, they delayed my surgery until next Tuesday, I’ll fill you all in on the results of that? I am just praying I won’t have to carry a piss purse the rest of my life?? Thanks again to all, you are the best!!

        • MSG Eric says:

          Good luck with it Willy. Smack a couple hot nurses on the ass, I’m sure it’ll help the doc complete your surgery successfully. I hear it is lucky….

        • Skyjumper says:

          Good luck Willy and sending out to you my prayers.

          From personal experience (having had the cancer removed from my bladder three times in the past 1 1/2 years), keep a positive attitude, do what the doctor says, and don’t forget most of all….check out the nurses! 😉

          Take care.

        • Commissioner Wretched says:

          All the best, Willy. May the surgery be 100% successful and you retain all necessary plumbing! You’re in my prayers, my friend.

    • OldSoldier54 says:

      I concur, WW. Ex-PH2 is like that, though.

      I, also, am hoping to hear a good report from you. Been praying for your and other’s healing.

  4. Steve 1371 says:

    Is it just me or do any of you see the simularity of the current crop of assholes complaining and and causing mayhem everywhere and the creeps who disrespected our troops and our flag in the sixties? Now they disrespect everything our country is and want to change everything about it. Don’t these sons of whores have anything else to do? Do any of them have a real job, do they ever contribute anything positive to this country?

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Yeah, but, Steve, there was a war on back then.

      The difference between then and now is that in the 1960s, it was a protest against the draft that became a protest against the war in general. There was no instant online communication. Phones were tapped. The crowd that tried to invade the Pentagon in the fall of 1967 were mostly college students who didn’t want to be drafted, with a few dope-smoking pals included.

      The other stuff, such as throwing things at troops coming home, didn’t really come up until much later and it was entirely hippies.

      None of these people in antifa or any of the rest of it are protesting a war. They’re just destroying things for the sake of destruction, just to say they did it.

    • desert says:

      Same assholes behind it! communist, soros, NWO, illuminati, tri lateral, when will people stop being so damned ignorant and LOOK AROUND, read, study, find out, don’t listen to the communist news network or others preaching their dismemberment of America!

  5. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Ex-PH2 – there have been other instances of “crowds for hire” in the past, including the inauguration in DC and at Berkeley, where charter buses were photographed in the area. Also, many of the signs used by protesters were pre-printed by a company, not home-made.

    There’s a lot of groups behind the protests…. and I’m guessing that they have a sugar daddy by the name of Soros funding them.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      My guess would be that the funding source, such as Crowds on Demand, changes its name with the weather report and the intended target. A wage of $25/hr is extremely high, especially if it includes transportation time, accommodations, food, transportation and other logistics.

      Unless shown otherwise, I’d agree with you that Soros and his son the Once and Future Nazi King Alexander, the Heir Apparent to The Throne, are the main resource for funding these events.

  6. Sapper3307 says:

    The no-pipeline paid protesters from last year received a $1000.00 bonus if they were arrested. We had some elderly people getting voluntarily arrested just to supplement their income.

  7. Steve 1371 says:

    Ex-PH2 I forgot about the electronic communications and instant messaging etc. as I don’t own a cell phone. I do believe the creeps who protested back then are the leaders of the mayhem today. They have spent an entire lifetime trying to destroy this country. Soros is a clear and present danger funding this crap and maybe the justice dept. should lasso the SOB and tie him up in an avalanche of investigation and court proceedings.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      I agree with you. The object is getting them to do that. What part of insurrection and subversive action is not clear in this?
      But maybe they have too much to do investigating the Russian-Trump connection.
      Gee whiz, I have a Russian connection. Every now and then I very clearly send a shout out to Vlad Putin. He hasn’t answered any of them yet, which is disappointing.

  8. Steve 1371 says:

    Yeah, I would much prefer to go fishing with Vlad than have anything to do with the protest vermin.

  9. gitarcarver says:

    Snopes has weighed in on this and their “investigation” seems about right. (Shocker.) There is no direct proof as to who the client was in the protests so it is impossible to prove which side or group the people were being hired for.

    However, the statements from the CEO of the company are as weaselly as can be and an obvious deflection of the issue:

    We were not involved in any capacity with the recent tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those impacted by the violence.

    Snopes continues:

    In a phone conversation, Swart also told us that while Crowds on Demand is not a politically partisan company, and provides its services to any political party, they “don’t work with hate groups.” When asked if the company would provide actors for protests against hate groups, Swart did not give a direct answer — but did say they do not put actors into situations that might prove dangerous for them.

    And their conclusion:

    Conclusion

    Crowds on Demand denies providing actors for any gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia on 12 August 2017, but did not comment on whether they were involved in subsequent protests held in response to the “Unite the Right” rally. The organizers of the Charlotte, North Carolina vigil on 13 August strongly denied using the services of Crowds on Demand, and it seems somewhat implausible that they did given the fact that the Craigslist ad was posted on 7 August 2017 and Indivisible Charlotte announced their vigil just 24 hours in advance.

    It is also unclear who posted the Craigslist ad. The chief executive officer of Crowds on Demand refused to comment on whether his company posted it, for what purpose, or whether they were later responsible for having it temporarily removed. In the absence of a bilateral denial of the crowd hire company’s involvement, we cannot definitively say that Crowds on Demand were not involved in anti-white supremacist demonstrations in Charlotte, North Carolina, or elsewhere, during the weekend of 12 and 13 August 2017.

    http://www.snopes.com/crowds-on-demand/

    So while there is no direct proof that Crowds on Demand hired anyone, if it walks like a duck…

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Yes, but who is funding Crowds on Demand? That’s the key to it.

      The wage they offer is quite high. Who is actually underwriting the costs?

      • Poetrooper says:

        Swarts operates out of some ritzy digs on Wilshire Boulevard in LA, not exactly a low-rent district.

        Follow the money…

        With Democrats, it’s always follow the money.

    • Perry Gaskill says:

      Adam Swart is one of the lizard people. His claim of no involvement in Charlottesville is likely disingenuous, and based on an interpretation that Crowds on Demand is acting as a broker to merely supply day-labor bodies to a third party.

      Here’s a possible scenario of how Crowds on Demand was involved:

      Although the main violence took place on August 12, on the night prior there was a torchlight march through the UVA campus of an estimated 100 that the press has described by the generic “white supremacists.” This is apparently due to lack of a formal name, or because no name was revealed. Once the torch marchers reached a campus statue of Thomas Jefferson, they met and surrounded another group who was waiting with a banner against white supremacy. A fight broke out.

      For the sake of speculation, what if both groups at the Jefferson statue were actors who had been hired by Crowds on Demand, and there was a staged confrontational scuffle about as authentic as professional wrestling. Perceived as the real deal, it then sets in motion, call it priming the pump, a series of responses on the part of both anti-Unite the Right groups and Charlottesville city officials. With the result of increased violence on the following day.

      How do you get that many hired people to keep their mouths shut? You make them sign an NDA, and/or select from an ideologically driven group who would have no problem flying a false flag.

      I realize this is tinfoil hat stuff, but it seems to fit available facts. Multiple observers have mentioned how smoothly organized and disciplined the torch marchers were. For them to have reached that level without a delineated political identifier is difficult to imagine unless there were other forces in play.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        I don’t think it’s any more a tinfoil hat idea than any other idea is. After all, Hitler’s Hitlerjugend, aka Brown Shirts, were the same age group, living in the midst of a severe economic depression and could either be troublemakers or used for whatever purpose Hitler needed. There’s no real difference, and while there’s no saying that they were paid to destroy Jewish businesses, they were supplied with those uniforms and means of getting ‘there’, weren’t they?
        I don’t see any real difference between then and now, other than the German people let it happen.

      • Poetrooper says:

        Perry, one thing you must factor in to their confidence in keeping their operations secret is that they don’t have to fear a probing press because they are DEMOCRATS.

        I know you loved the profession as it once was but it has sold its soul to the Democrat Devil; and before this is over, I fear the profession is going to have to pay a heavy, perhaps even bloody, price.

        • Perry Gaskill says:

          Poe, I tend to look at journalism in sort of the same way as something The Other Whitey and myself agree on about living in California. If you move away, it means the assholes win.

          I’ll grant that the press is going through a bad time. Broken business models have led to a preponderance of charlatans, fools, amateurs, opinionistas, and those who would burn the country down “for the lulz.” Somehow we lost track of what the media is supposed to be other than a vehicle for vitriol and extreme polemics.

          The fundamentals are actually fairly simple. The press, or whatever you choose to call it, is supposed to be the very early stage of the historical record. How would we know, for example, of the exploits of brave Ulysses without the efforts of blind Homer?

          When it works well, the media is not unlike effective military intel or recon. Send a trained observer to find out what’s going on and report back. Good commanders also know that the reporting back stuff is a matter of not being told what they want to hear, but instead should amount to a matter of what is.

          Those who pay attention to the media as a business are aware of an ongoing short-term versus long-term dynamic. Content generating fear, hysteria, manufactured conflict, and so forth works in the short term, but like a crack whore, eventually you have to pay a price. It is wildly inappropriate for such a media faction to place at risk the fate of the republic.

          Still, one of the obvious bigger problems is how do you get the press to get its collective shit together without somehow trashing the 1st Amendment.

    • Eden says:

      And if you believe snopes on anything to do with politics, religion, or pharma/ag, I have a bridge to sell you. . .

    • UpNorth says:

      Yeah, Snopes is not a credible source for much of anything. If they told me the sky was blue and the sun rose in the East and set in the West, I’d step outside to verify for myself.

      • Fyrfighter says:

        Agree 100%… but as leftist as they are, if even they won’t come out and declare it false, that must mean there’s enough evidence that it could come back to bite them, so they go with the wishy / washy middle of the road crap…

        Just a thought

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        I think it would be valid to ask how many setups like Crowds on Demand exist, and where they are. The ‘hire for’ doesn’t say anything about extras for movies, which is an oddity.

        I’d have to agree that, if a so-so source like Snopes can’t blow off this group’s purpose, there is something rotten going on here.

  10. Toasty Coastie says:

    Ex-PH2~
    Great article. I hope you don’t mind, but I shared it on my FB page.

    You are one of the most prolific writers I have ever known and I am so glad to know you and get to read your articles.

    Keep up the great work my friend <3 🙂

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Thank you, TC. Fire when ready!

      I hope you are doing well today.

    • Dave Hardin says:

      Who starts writing a book with Chapter 10? Prolific?

      She was too lazy to write the first 9 Chapters and I will get Chapter 13 next.

      Reading her stuff is like going to a Bee Gee’s concert and Zappa comes out instead.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Oh, dear. Critics! Everyone’s a critic. You send something to a rum-soaked nicotine fiend and he can barely find his way to the fridge, never mind the important parts.
      Chapter 10 may become Chapter 8 and Chapter 3 may not have been written yet. I think I will call up George R.R. Martin and weep on his shoulder.

  11. Wireman611 says:

    One word, Soros.

  12. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    The left is blind to its history of slavery and bigotry. They invented it, defended it and fought to keep it. Now, self-righteous, ignorant Lefties want to blame Republicans for that which they hold a great deal of blame. Beyond irony. The arrogance of ignorance.

    Rush Sets off Fireworks, Reveals Who Monument-Haters Should Really Go After
    By Ben Marquis
    on August 15, 2017 at 3:19pm
    In the aftermath hate-filled violence Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, some on the left have resumed their quest to rid the country of statues memorializing Confederate generals and soldiers with renewed vigor, even succeeding in dragging one down themselves Monday in Durham, North Carolina, as they claim they symbolize the worst aspects of our nation’s past.
    Enter the “Rev.” Al Sharpton, who exclaimed Monday night on PBS with host Charlie Rose that the Jefferson Memorial needed to come down — yes, the memorial to Thomas Jefferson, founding father, Declaration of Independence author and third president of our nation — because he owned slaves and Sharpton found that offensive, according to The Washington Times.
    If you find that to be patently absurd, have no fear, for you are not alone. In fact, you are in the company of none other than the king of conservative talk radio, Rush Limbaugh, who jokingly played out the absurdity of that thought process to its only logical conclusion, the dissolution of the Democrat Party.
    “Thomas Jefferson was one of the founders of this country, and you see what this really is about here? This is about not just delegitimizing Donald Trump, and it’s not just about getting rid of him,” stated Rush during part of Tuesday’s program. “These people are on a tear to delegitimize this entire country, as part of their effort to transform it and — dare I say — overthrow it however they might try to make that happen.”
    After he stated that, “These are people that cannot be mollified,” Rush continued to lay out some of the history of our nation’s founding, including the heated debate at the time regarding the — even then — controversial institution of slavery.
    “And their whole argument resides on the notion that it hasn’t changed, that there still is, for all intents and purposes, slavery,” Limbaugh continued. “There still is racism. There still is bigotry
    “And now it’s been joined by a bunch of Nazis and Klan members — and the Klan was all Democrats, and the segregationists in the South were all Democrats,” he added. “I’d like to ask a question about this, for those of you on the left. You want to tear down the statues of Robert E. Lee and you want to tear down, now, the Jefferson Memorial if you’re Al Sharpton …
    “But you want to get rid of all of these monuments that have been erected to people and events in our nation’s past, tied to the Civil War, which you find horribly, horribly offensive and you want to get rid of all vestiges,” stated Rush.
    “Well, at what point are you gonna realize that you also have to disband the Democrat Party?” he asked “If you’re gonna really succeed and follow through to the end on this mission, you’ve got to get rid of the Democrat Party, and you have got to wipe a bunch of people out of it.”
    Limbaugh proceeded to name names of prominent Democrats from the not-too-distant past who were known to be bigoted and racist, even open members of the KKK, who are nevertheless still held in high regard by some Democrats. Many had towns, roads and major institutions named after them, all of which must be summarily changed if Democrats were intellectually honest with themselves.
    “And yet they are your party today. That’s where you vote. So at some point are you going to have to eliminate the Democrat Party?” he asked. “If you do, if you cleanse all of these uncomfortable and painful reminders — the statues are down, the roads are renamed, all of these monuments are gone — how is your life on that day made better? How is your standard of living impacted? How is your overall degree of happiness measured?
    “And I guarantee you they haven’t thought this far because that’s not what any of this is about,” Rush added. “We’re dealing hip-deep with an unhinged irrationality that has the full-fledged support of the American media, which remains the organizing power today that projects the power of the American and the worldwide left.”
    As usual Limbaugh has hit the nail on the head. If Democrats truly play out this game to its logical end, they will have to destroy their own party, or else be guilty of perhaps the greatest hypocrisy ever known to man: Being members of a party guilty of all the things they claim to abhor.
    Indeed, it was the Democrat Party that institutionalized slavery, racism through Jim Crow laws, segregation, the KKK, and of course the modern-day “plantation” known as the welfare trap, which pins low-income people of all races to a sub-standard, subsistence, slave-to-the-government style of living.
    Unfortunately, intellectual honesty isn’t exactly an attribute in great supply on the left, so it is highly unlikely that any of the people demanding various memorials and statues be torn down, ISIS-style will see where their actions will inevitably lead, if allowed to continue.
    Please share this on Facebook and Twitter so everyone can see what Rush Limbaugh thinks the monument-haters should target next, if they are honest with themselves.

  13. The Other Whitey says:

    And the plot thickens…

  14. AnotherPat says:

    Am confused. Perhaps not enough coffee.

    Are you talking about the 2015 and 2016 riots in Charlotte, NC..or are you addressing the 2017 Charlottesville, VA incident?🤔

  15. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    A “Free Speech” rally is set for tomorrow in Boston – I’m wondering if it will be a repeat of Charlottesville?

    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2017/08/18/boston-free-speech-rally-security-preparations/

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Can somebody sew his mouth shut?

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Doesn’t he STILL owe multiple millions to the IRS?

      • MSG Eric says:

        Yeah, it is ironic for him to say that “taxpayers” shouldn’t have to pay for things that offend them, but he still owes millions in back taxes. “Oh them’s old taxes….”

        Scumbag. He shouldn’t be allowed on TV, to get a paying gig, or to wear those fancy 5 grand each (probably more) suits while he still owes tax money.

      • IDC SARC says:

        Yeah, I cracked up when the hypocrite tax evader started worrying about where his tax money is spent.

        Of course, none of us get to choose where our taxes are spent, otherwise a lot of entitlement programs would likely go unfunded. 🙂

        • IDC SARC says:

          I guess things are hunky dory in the black community if Sharpton thinks spending money to move monuments is a higher priority than bettering the living conditions and educational quality for the people he appointed himself to represent.

    • Dinotanker says:

      W.
      T.
      F?!!

      Where the hell does someone even begin with this?

      Is the thought something like; if we take all the stuff down, then its like it never happened and then we can all go home to our binkies???

      History happens. The bad and the good create the character of a nation. Learn the history, our nation has done many good things, I suppose someone could go back far enough and find out that the Russians have done good things, maybe.

      Taking down the statues and memorials doesn’t undo a damn thing. I happen to think that the guys who came up with the Constitution had their crap in one stack. Remember for their time; they were the LIBERALS. But they put their asses on the line along with a bunch of other colonial types. If the revolution had been lost…well Im not sure how I would have looked in a redcoat.

      We enjoy our liberty here because a whole bunch of us have put their ass on the line, throughout our history…regardless of race, ethnicity or religion. The history of our county documents our evolution as a people. I guess we all wore a uniform so Rev. Al can spout his stuff without worrying about nighttime visitation and being disappeared.

      Look at the monuments; think about what they stand for, you don’t have to agree with the sentiment with which they were put up. Engage your brain housing group and figure out how to make things work better, that’s what we took the oath for in the first place. Move forward and bring your neighbors with ya.

      Dinotanker will now go back into the turret and continue to view the world through a rose-colored range finder.

      • The Other Whitey says:

        The British have a statue of Oliver Cromwell in front of Parliament. The guy who literally murdered half the population of Ireland. But he’s also the father of their current (imperfect, but not that bad–ours is better, though) system of government.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Jesse Jackson is sticking his oar into this mess, too. What these old farts don’t realize is that denial of history, refusing to acknowledge the past by removing reminders of it, is a mental illness. No gladhanding sack of goat pebbles belongs at a public microphone, especially these birdwitted blowhards who are angling for cash and air time.

  16. W2 says:

    In mainland Japan the people marching against the bases are often paid. One year, during base friendship day, when the protesters finished their shift, they came over and stood in line for the chance to come on the base and buy a greasy pizza and overpriced MGD and tour a ship. In Okinawa, a number of the protesters are funded by the CHICOMS. All this is well proven and in open source.

    Paying people is one thing, usually they are in it for the money. How many of those nazi and klan assholes were getting paid? I’d wager none. How many of the anti-fa sparkle ponies were getting paid? I’d wager none. These are the assholes who are committed to violence, anarchy and mayhem. The sparkle ponies are fools and tools of their masters. The nazi’s and white supremacists are something else all together. They need to just go away, with prejudice. How have these people forgotten what hitler and his band of psychopaths did to Europe? How can they forget the US fought these nazi scum across Europe and beat the reich’s ass. How can they forget for many of their fellow Americans were killed to beat down the reich. It’s a national disgrace that nazi’s feel they can climb out from under the rock they have been hiding under and puke their filth out all over the rest of us. There is no place in the USA for the nazis or klan.

  17. Dana1371 says:

    With all the talk and proof of paid protestors/agitators…why isn’t the IRS investigating the employers for tax fraud? I’m sure this is all under the table “work” and no taxes are paid by anyone, starting with the employer. Just a thought.

  18. IDC SARC says:

    They’ll get over it by the end of Trump’s second term. 🙂

  19. Commissar says:

    In conclusion, apparently George Soros owes me a lot of back pay.

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