"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Leftist Nazis shut down Trump's freedom of speech

Freedom of Speech Abolished

  • Nazi Socialists or Communist Socialists - there is no difference between these Leftist movements. Both are frightened to death that you have the right to freely speak your mind in public.
  • Now we see this anti-freedom Leftist Nazi movement trying to shut down the Presidential campaign of Donald Trump at his every public gathering.
  • This Fascism cannot be allowed to stand if our Republic is to exist. Personally I am all in favor of the police cracking heads and doing deep cavity searches.

Ted Cruz Asshole Update
Cruz blames Trump for Leftist anti-free speech Nazis.  "In any campaign, responsibility starts at the top," he said. "Any candidate is responsible for the culture of the campaign. When you have a campaign that disrespects the voters. When you have a campaign that affirmatively encourages violence. When you have a campaign that is facing allegations of physical violence against members of the press, you create an environment that only encourages this sort of nasty discord.”  (LA Times)  Cruz should crawl back into his Texas hole.  Fuck him.

(CBS) — The Donald Trump rally at the UIC Pavilion was abruptly “postponed” Friday evening, amid security concerns, as protesters massed outside the University of Illinois-Chicago campus venue and even infiltrated the campaign event.
The announcement came around 6:30 p.m., after thousands of Trump supporters filed into the hall at Racine and Harrison, in anticipation of a speech by the controversial Republican presidential candidate. Protesters had marched across the University of Illinois-Chicago campus toward the site of the campaign rally.
Trump said his campaign made the decision after meeting with law enforcement officials. But Chicago police said it was the campaign’s decision to cancel.

“I felt it was just safer. I don’t want to see anyone get hurt,” Trump told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews following the pullout.
Outside of the event, chopper video from CBS 2 showed hundreds of people gathered at an intersection. Others tried to form human chains attempting to block traffic, however, police were able to quickly push the crowds to disperse.
Eventually, the protesters were cordoned off to an area outside the campus parking garage, where police cleared a path for attendees to leave. Hundreds of protesters stood along the road taking part in chants and holding signs. One held a sign that read: “Has Humanity Ever Built A Wall That Could Withstand Human Will?”
Trump’s political campaign had rented out the university facility, over the objections of critics who said it was not an appropriate venue for the contentious candidate.
Trump supporters had been enthusiastic about seeing the billionaire developer and GOP presidential frontrunner.
“I like everything that comes out of his mouth,” Dean Wareh said earlier Friday on the way into UIC Pavilion. “I like the way he unifies people. Look at how he energized everybody.”
“I just think it has turned a lot of people on. I’m very excited to be a part of this. I haven’t seen anything like this in my 65 years,” Valerie Schmitt said.
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