Trump's Liberal/Progressive Tactics Exposed
By: Diane Sori and Craig Andresen / Right Side Patriots on www.americanpbn.com
And how do these words in the Constitution's Bill of Rights relate to
presidential candidate Donald J. Trump...simply it means that Trump's
right to free speech was in no way violated by the shutting down of his
recent rally in Chicago even though Trump immediately spewed out words
that, “thugs shut down our First Amendment rights.”
No they did not for while thugs did behave ever so badly it was not
thugs per se who shut down Trump's rally...Trump himself shut down his
own rally with his year-long barrage of disparaging remarks against
minorities, his vile words against his fellow candidates, and with his
mocking comments regarding the 'intelligence' of some of his own
supporters. And these words of his said time and again are words not
protected by the First Amendment, as they are 'instigating' words
deliberately said to fuel anger...to fuel hate...and are what's legally
known as 'fighting words'...'fighting words' that could make the person
to whom they are addressed...in this case minorities...commit an act of
violence. And since Trump instigated the Chicago violence by his
'fighting words'...as per Chaplinsky v New Hampshire, 315 U.S. 568
(1942)...Trump himself must take at least some responsibility for the
violence that has ensued because his entire campaign was a powder keg of
thuggery waiting to explode.
And explode it did not only with violence but with lies and innuendos
that became a marketing tool never before seen in the political
arena...a marketing tool used by Trump, the consummate showman, and
pushed by a media who have sold themselves out for ratings... which of
course translates into dollars...in an attempt to try and silence the
voices of candidates getting a bit too close in the poll numbers in the
all-important winner-take-all states of Florida and Ohio.
But has Trump spoken out and condemned those of his supporters who are
doing these acts...no he has not. In fact, Donald J. Trump has done just
the opposite by saying words like these and we quote, “these actions
are very, very appropriate,” and that he defends his supporters and
their actions by saying that they show “tremendous passion,” as he
attributes their anger to “bad trade deals, higher taxes, and loss of
their jobs”...which is pure nonsense as most of these young protesters
have no clue what a trade deal is, pay no taxes, and couldn't care less
about a job as they are happily, for now anyway, feeding off the government
teat courtesy of our taxpayer dollars.
And this is not to say that the protesters are exactly innocents
executing their First Amendment right to free speech as these now
escalating in violence and increasing in numbers groups of those
protesting are not what we'd call 'the salt of the Earth.' In fact, the
trouble in Chicago was admittedly courtesy of MoveOn.org whose director,
Ilya Sheyman, has taken credit for the canceled rally, and has promised
that similar violence and disruptions will occur at future Trump events
leading right up to the November election.
And now entering center stage is the infamous George Soros...the man behind
the Ferguson protests...who put on the MoveOn.org web page this message
and again we quote, “To all of those who took to the streets of Chicago,
we say thank you for standing up and saying enough is enough. To Donald
Trump, and the GOP, we say, welcome to the general election.”
And if that's not bad enough let's not forget the questionable timeline
surrounding the actual cancellation of the rally...a cancellation that
Trump first blamed on Chicago's police. In a statement released by the
Trump campaign, they said that the decision to cancel the rally was made
after they met with law enforcement, however, as per the Chicago Police
Department, this simply is not true, as they were, and we quote, "not
consulted" until after the rally was canceled by the Trump campaign
itself. In fact, according to police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi, the
police did not issue any public safety threats or safety risks before
the cancellation, another thing the Trump campaign has claimed.
Makes one wonder if Trump or his people knew what was going to happen...now doesn't it.
So, much to the consternation of Trump’s followers, it bears repeating
that Donald J. Trump is not the victim in all this oh so 'convenient'
rally violence. What he is, is the provocateur who created a culture of
thuggery around his campaign...a campaign now seeing the results of
what he created.
And while the MoveOn.org and the Black Lives Matter movement
'bought-and-paid-for' rioters did the dirty deed...and we’re sure their
leaders were handsomely paid for their efforts by George Soros...one
can’t be honest regarding the root cause of what we see transpiring
today without putting the blame at the feet of Trump himself.
Throughout this campaign, Donald J. Trump has exhibited his own brand
of thuggery, much to the delight of his mob of angry followers, with
both his words and his actions, and it all seemed to start with a quote
said early in the Iowa campaign, where he put himself above the law and
advocated the ultimate act of violence.
Trump knew that the above statement would appeal to his following,
and with that statement he was telling the world that his following was
blind to whatever he might do or say. He knew his followers were also
'low-information' voters to whom neither substance nor policy was
important, but to whom image was everything. And he knew he couldn’t
compete, either on the debate stage or on the campaign trail, in the
arena of policy or substance, so he needed an angle...absurdity...to set
himself apart from the pack. Not participating in the Iowa debate was a
calculated move as he had started a fake feud with Megyn Kelley and
used that as his facade for not attending said debate. When he lost
Iowa, Trump blamed it on Cruz’s email regarding Ben Carson. Carson, at
that point, became a useful tool shilling for Trump and we can easily
believe that the deal between Trump and Carson was put together at that
point in time, and not last week.
The “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody...”
thug line was the first, but clearly not the last, that Trump would use
to maintain his reality show 'absurdity' hold over the media. More would
follow and all of them would rely on some aspect of violence to garner
media attention. Trump obviously watched while both Marco Rubio and Ted
Cruz parlayed hecklers into voters for their campaigns, and knowing he
lacked either the substance or policy points to do so himself, and
knowing also that he needed to set himself apart from his opponents,
Trump resorted, and appealed to, the thug mentality.
Since then, Donald J. Trump has many times reverted to that aspect of
his personality, because he knows that every time he does so, he gets
more and more media coverage, and the more he does it the more the media
shadows him rather than the other candidates, waiting for the next
'absurdity' that will generate ratings.
Responding to a question about hecklers at a Bernie Sanders event,
Trump told his followers that he would never give up his microphone and
told them, "I don’t know if I’ll do the fighting myself or if other
people will,” thus telling them that he was more than willing to resort to
Responding to a Black Lives Matter protester who was kicked and
punched at one of Trump’s Alabama rallies in November, Trump said,
"Maybe he should have been roughed up."
In late January, somebody threw a couple of tomatoes at Trump during a
rally, and a week later, at another rally, Trump told both his staff
and his followers, "If you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato,
knock the crap out of them, would you? Seriously." Trump even told his
followers in that case, if there were any legal fees for resorting to
violence, that he himself, would pay for them.
Later in February, at a rally in Las Vegas, as a protester was being
forcibly removed from the audience, Trump once again resorted to violent
rhetoric when he stated, "I'd like to punch him in the face." Trump
followed up that statement with, "We're not allowed to punch back
anymore. In the old days, he would have been carried out on a
A couple of weeks ago in Michigan, Trump once again promoted violence
when a protester was being ejected from his rally by stating, "Try not
to hurt him. If you do, I'll defend you in court, don't worry about it."
And Trump followed up that advocacy of violence by telling a story
regarding a brawl at an earlier event and said that, “it was amazing to
Regarding protesters at a Trump event in NYC less than a week ago,
Trump said, "In the good old days this doesn't happen because they used
to treat them very, very rough."
That all brings us to last Friday, the day all hell broke loose...
know, part of the problem and part of the reason it takes so long is
nobody wants to hurt each other anymore, right,” thus indicating that
the disruptions would be fewer or over quicker if people did get hurt.
And this is yet another instance of Trump advocating violence, and it
came directly on the heels of his morning event last Friday, in Florida,
when he had the following to say regarding protesters there, "The
audience hit back and that's what we need a little bit more of,” calling
the act or acts of violence, “appropriate.”
Not to be lost in all of this is the fact that Donald J. Trump’s
campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, roughed up reporter, Michelle
Fields, who was simply trying to ask the candidate a question after a
Florida press conference last Tuesday.
On Friday, Trump again responded to protesters in St. Louis...protesters
who had been carrying on for more than 13 minutes...when he said,
In each of these instances of Trump advocating and encouraging
violence, as well as telling his followers that should they resort to
violence that he would cover their legal fees, the media has willingly
and gleefully provided press coverage and ramped up their presence at
Trump events so as to be first on the scene should more calls for
violence, or violence itself, occur thus making the media a happy
accomplice in Trump’s culture of violence. And sadly, both Trump and the
media got exactly what they wanted last Friday evening in Chicago.
And to be clear, and once again much to the consternation of Trump’s
followers, neither Ted Cruz nor Marco Rubio praised or took the side of
the liberal 'bought-and-paid-for' mob in Chicago. In fact, both men
called them out, and were 100% spot-on to cite Trump’s willingness to
advocate violence as a root cause of what happened last Friday evening
and continues to happen at Trump’s events even now.
So what we have here is Donald J. Trump...a life-long advocate of
liberal agenda issues...resorting to a liberal’s favorite tactic
straight from Saul Alinsky...create a crisis and then don’t let that
crisis go to waste.
And Donald J. Trump indeed laid the groundwork for violence through
his many media covered statements not only advocating violence but
offering to pay legal fees for followers who engaged in violence until
it became a crisis last Friday night in Chicago. Now Trump is seizing
the opportunity to reap even more media coverage from the violence as
his reward for a job well done...a crisis well-conceived. Both the
media, who are complicit in the violence, and his followers who blindly
excuse the violence and then blame it all on anyone but their candidate,
are quite useful to Trump because neither the media nor his followers
are talking about his lack of substance nor his lack of positive policy
plans. All they are talking about is the violence...violence advocated
by Trump himself...though neither the media nor his followers will admit
to that or to the violence carried out by 'bought-and-paid for' thugs
at the behest of none other than liberals like George Soros and Bill
George Soros, who funded the Black Lives Matter riots in Ferguson,
and who in 2004, made a $160 million 'mezzanine loan' to Donald J. Trump
to build Trump Tower in Chicago, is the same George Soros named in a
still (believed to be) pending 2008 New York lawsuit (Case No.
08-CV-7900) along with candidate Donald J. Trump, the Deutsche Bank,
Vornado Realty Trust, Fortress Investment Group, and 12 other
conspirators for acts of racketeering and conspiracy to commit RICO
through money laundering, bankruptcy fraud, and bid rigging regarding
the 2003 sale of the General Motors Corporation Building...and is the
same George Soros of whom Trump, while he was flirting with the idea of
running back in 2011 said, “Leave George Soros alone, he has enough
And Bill Ayers, the unrepentant domestic terrorist who is a confirmed
devotee of Saul Alinsky, whose MoveOn.org is raising money off last
Friday's events in Chicago was there in person, and let’s not forget
that Trump took up the standard Bill Ayers/MoveOn.org line in a recent
debate when Trump parroted Ayres’ line that, “Bush lied us into the Iraq
war and there were no WMD’s there.”
When birds of a liberal feather flock together, there are no mere
coincidences in politics, and we believe Ayers may well have been there
not only to raise money from his backing of his part of the mob
violence, but to make sure that just enough violence ensued to garner
major media coverage but not enough to turn the tide against the man he
really wants to go head to head with Hillary or Bernie in November.
Remember, by most national polls, Donald J. Trump would be the easiest
for either Hillary or Bernie to defeat. And that is the crux of not only
the planned violence in Chicago but the planned violence of all Trump
events to follow.
Since no mainstream media sources are willing to expose Donald J.
Trump for what he is or the true nature of his tactics lest they lose
their Trump generated ratings and corresponding influx of advertising
dollars, we feel it is now incumbent upon us to do their jobs for them.
The success of Trump’s tactics, straight out of the
liberal/progressive/socialist playbook, hinge on his followers being all
too happy to spread disinformation and distractions via social media so
as not to have to deal with his complete lack of substance. Think about
it...have you heard any media source, in the last week leading up to
this Tuesday’s major winner-take-all primaries, ask Trump about anything
other than the violence at his rallies. Neither have we and that is
exactly his point...and ours.