The Convergence of Political Interests United To Stop Donald Trump…

We have closely followed the relationship between the professional community organizers, social justice warriors and political interests for too long not to notice when they find common cause and converge in unity.

It certainly appears the various sub-sets of political influence, and the globalists who coordinate the financial support for them, the far-left and far-right, have united with the common purpose of eliminating the nationalist risk, Donald Trump.  (note the flag)

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Additionally, it would be dishonest not to accept the recent meeting in Sea Island Georgia brought together many of the financial stakeholders who view candidate Trump as a clear and present danger to their globalist intentions.   The odds of so many far-left members of the elite billionaire class meeting with Karl Rove inc. for anything less than a strategy session would be obtuse in the extreme.

[…] Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX honcho Elon Musk all attended. So did Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), political guru Karl Rove, House Speaker Paul Ryan, GOP Sens. Tom Cotton (Ark.), Cory Gardner (Colo.), Tim Scott (S.C.), Rob Portman (Ohio) and Ben Sasse (Neb.), who recently made news by saying he “cannot support Donald Trump.” 

Along with Ryan, the House was represented by Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton (Mich.), Rep. Kevin Brady (Texas) and almost-Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), sources said, along with leadership figure Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Wash.), Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price (R-Ga.), Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Texas) and Diane Black (Tenn.).

Philip Anschutz, the billionaire GOP donor whose company owns a stake in Sea Island, was also there, along with Democratic Rep. John Delaney, who represents Maryland. Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of The New York Times, was there, too, a Times spokeswoman confirmed. (link)

It’s a short connection to the events last night in Chicago where the MoveOn.Org group and all the affiliated enterprises joined together with the Never Trump campaign.  This admission simply puts both sides of the UniParty in alignment with professional agents who can fulfill the objectives.

Unfortunately, whenever the anti-American Wall Street interests converge with the anti-American social justice movement you find highly visible hypocrisies as a result.  Hence, the politically connected campaigns of the banking team(s), Senator Ted Cruz and Senator Marco Rubio, end up supporting the George Soros endeavor.

We’ve outlined many of the affiliates through historical occurrences when they individually surface.  Whether it is the racially inspired Dream Defenders, the Black Lives Matter group, or other similar entities such as F**k The Police, they each share a similar funding mechanism.  RevCom, MoveOn, ACORN are no different.

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, Fox’s Rupert Murdoch and Obama’s Valerie Jarrett have all been known to cooperate on various political enterprise depending on the need at any given time.   There’s no reason to think the current events amount to much more than a large group of interconnected power-elites agreeing toward a common goal.

Throw in a dose of manipulative media outlets and the enterprise gains the capability to sell a very specific and chosen narrative.    This is not new, this has been going on for multiple years, the exponential current issue is the scope of their perceived risk.

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So we accept the reason for the Sea Island Georgia meeting, which is not dissimilar from other meetings of general consequence, and we find ourselves watching a situation play out which benefits all of the open-border globalists.

Getting rid of the nationalist threat presented by U.S. Presidential Candidate Donald Trump makes reasonable sense when reviewed from their limo-liberal point of view.

Unfortunately for the political Oligarchy, their on-going interests are running counter to the national sentiment.  To make matters all the more desperate there is a candidate in Donald Trump who is outside their sphere of influence.   Trump knows it, they know it, and increasingly the general electorate is becoming aware of it.

This is an ideological battle of epic proportions.   There are also TRILLIONS of dollars at stake, in addition to the loss of power represented by the political class who align directly with the interests of the Globalists within Wall Street and K-Street.

For more than a few legislative cycles the Wall Street and K-Street influences have constructed the entire legislative agenda and funded the political UniParty (both sides) to fulfill the goals.

High information conservatives have taken notice of this; Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell are representative of this; however, only a small group of political observers have fully connected the dots as to why the Republican leadership has supported the progressive  agenda.

Those who have connected the dots now accept the UniParty concept, and have Immigration, Obamacare, TPA/TPP and federal spending to point to as examples of unified usurpation within the Washington DC political construct.

Candidate Donald Trump represents the complete elimination of their ongoing unity legislative capability.  He’s willing to call them out.  At the very least Trump represents a serious diminishment of their ability to hide the ideological alignment in Washington DC.

Hence, the political angle to the visible angst, the stop Trump campaign, and the meeting at Sea Island.

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Chicago Trump Attendee –   At 2:30 p.m., I arrived at the Donald Trump rally located at the UIC pavilion in Chicago, IL. There was light police presence at the Blue Line station, and the pavilion was short walk away. There I waited in line for about an hour until making it to the front doors, going through a security scanner, and finding a seat in the main hall.

For nearly two hours the pavilion filled until it neared capacity. It was clear that protesters were seated around the room, given easily away by their manner of dress. Most of the Trump supporters, being suburbanite or small town white people from outside of Chicago, were dressed strikingly normal—jeans and t-shirts, yoga pants or dresses, and the occasional suit.

The first protestors began around 5:30 when two young white males pulled off their coats to reveal t-shirts with anti-Trump slogans. At this point I noticed the police presence inside the rally was a mere 8 police officers, bolstered with hands-off event staff.

Before 6:00 p.m., a man spoke on the microphone and requested that rally attendees do not touch or harm protesters who interrupt the event. He reminded the protesters that Donald Trump supports the first amendment as much as the second.

Following this was a string of smaller incidents, such as people holding up improvised signs and shouting.

  • One entire bleacher row was filled with protesters and they began chanting and throwing around torn up signs.
  • A few people who began standing up and screaming, and were slowly escorted out by police. The police kept leaving the protesters unattended throughout this, taking 4-8 officers to escort protesters out one at a time.
  • A black man in a black jacket ran up to the front stage, bumped into the podium, and attempted to speak, but was wrestled down by two men in suits. As they escorted him through the crowd, he took a swing at a Trump supporter. The men escorting him were incredibly gentle and restrained themselves from using any force.

Then voice came on and declared that the event was postponed. A few minutes later, they informed us that Trump had landed in Chicago and spoken to Chicago Police officers, and that due to safety concerns, the rally was canceled.

At this point, the protesters began to descend into chaos. Aside from a few mild “TRUMP” and “USA” chants, the Trump supporters were mostly quiet and bewildered as the protesters began to scream, chant, and run around the main floor area in a huge pack, flipping off the rally attendees and swearing at them. There were a few tense altercations between the two groups, but from what I saw at this point, no violence.

The rally was instructed to leave the pavilion, and I have to admit, the Chicago Police messed up bad here.

We walked straight out of the building and into enormous packs of protesters screaming at us, with little police presence to protect the Trump supporters.

Following this, I wandered the protest grounds to see what was going on. My memory is a bit jumbled at this point because I was so pumped up, but let me string together the events as clearly as possible:

  • Many of Trump propaganda signs, most commonly depicting him as Adolf Hitler, but others showing him with a small penis, simple signs of text English and Spanish, signs.
  • Young women shouting anti-white racial epithets.
  • “THE PEOPLE ARE UNITED. WE WILL NOT BE DIVIDED” being shouted at Trump supporters who holed themselves up in a parking garage, quietly fearing for their safety. Another good one by the protesters was “FREEDOM FIRST! FREEDOM FIRST!” Strangely enough, there were a good amount of signs calling for peace and freedom. Lots of peace signs being flashed with the fingers.
  • A single white Trump supporter who held up a sign and stood quietly as three dozen people surrounded him, smiling and screaming, snatching and pushing at him until he had to run for police cover. Someone grabbed his American flag and threw it on the ground and he fought to recover it. The police escorted him away.
  • Two young men, perhaps 17-19, standing quietly as they waited for a ride home. They were wearing their MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN hats, looking terrified as people cursed and swore at them, and occasionally threw furious challenges for debate. The two young men held their ground. Only once did one of those hats come down, and it quickly went back on again.
  • A general atmosphere of pleasure and happiness from the protesters. A common chant was “WE WON!” and “WE STUMPED THE TRUMP!” It honestly felt like a social event for the protesters. There was plenty of mingling
  • Plenty of shouts at Trump protesters that Trump and his supporters are not welcome in Chicago. I challenged one on the first amendment. He said he does not consider himself an American and continued insulting the grizzled old white man he was arguing with.
  • Extremely inefficient police presence. The cops were lined up on their horses or standing behind barricades, but generally were not present where Trump supporters were being hounded and occasionally struck by protesters.
  • The protesters were primarily composed of millennial-aged: white hipsters, African Americans, Hispanics, and Muslims. Some of the protesters were teenagers below voting age.
  • The protesters flew a big set of American, Mexican, and Puerto Rican flags. There were lots of small American and Mexican flags too. *The Trump supporters mostly fled for safety immediately. You have to understand, they were outnumbered by thousands of protesters.
  • There was media presence, but not as much as you’d think. Plenty of areas where chaos was going on had no media nearby. The reporters were mostly getting people to talk to them off to the side where nothing was going on, or focusing ongoing debates between Trump supporters and rally members.
  • A small amount of the protesters were smoking weed. (I have nothing against this personally, just included for accuracy.)
  • Plenty of chants for “BERNIE! BERNIE! BERNIE!” Some Trump supporters looked at each other in bewilderment. “But Bernie Sanders isn’t even running against Donald Trump,” was the common sentiment.
  • Edit: The Trump supporters had a general trust for the police, while the protesters saw their presence as antagonistic. This is especially interesting to me, because as a foreigner and person of color I am generally afraid of police.

chicago trump protest 2Closing statement:

Obviously I did not see everything that occurred as I wandered the protest grounds outside the cancelled Chicago rally. What I did see, however, was fear. Fear from the rally attendees for their immediate safety, and fear of Donald Trump from the protesters.

More than that, I feel that I experienced today, for the first time in my life, true totalitarianism and authoritarianism, expressed laterally from citizen to citizen, in order to silence opinions from being shared. This enforcement was shared through sheer numbers and intimidation, and in a few cases, violence.

People brought their children, loved ones, and friends to attend the Trump rally. I saw an older Asian man and his white wife in attendance, and the looks on their faces when the rally was declared cancelled almost broke my heart. I saw scared children clinging to their parents’ sides as they exited the building to the screams of protesters. I saw a quiet, but excited crowd of Donald Trump supporters get thrown out of Chicago.

Worst of all, I saw the first amendment trampled, spit on, and discarded like trash.

This cannot go on. As I finish this, I feel a sense of utter dread and hopelessness for what is becoming of the youth in this country, particularly those of the regressive left. So polarized has political opinion become, that dissenting thoughts on college campuses are now seen as hateful. These people deal in absolutes. They are right, and whatever means they must take to achieve their ends, they will do it. They will not stop themselves from violence or censorship. They will do it, and they will call hell down upon you if anyone dare does upon them the same.

Tonight I went to the Trump Rally to hear the thoughts of not only the man who was supposed to come and speak, but the people who support him. I found respect. I found calmness. I found peace.

The truth is, I am a legal immigrant, not a US citizen. I am not American. I am not white. I cannot vote.

After tonight, I support Donald Trump. (link)

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618 Responses to The Convergence of Political Interests United To Stop Donald Trump…

  1. Martin says:

    It certainly does seem that the donor class has concluded that their “convergence” of words isn’t working, and they are entirely willing to ramp things up, a bit. Without getting their own hands dirty, of course. Or to let their supply of non-tainted pistachios on that jet to go stale, either.

    How much you wanna bet that when the Sanders crew figures out that their primary IS rigged, that DWS pulls her own riot gear out of that Killary closet?

    I wouldn’t be a Democrat (ever) at this point in that party’s political history, for all the money in the world. They’re already weaker than a sick kitten nationally, so they have no choice but astro-turf.

    A God-shaped fist is poised to squish ’em. Don’t doubt me on that, folks (to steal a hackneyed phrase). The time is not the only thing that’s changing this weekend.

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    • Texas Fossil says:

      This is not Rove gathering with far Left and far Right. This is a 3 sided battle.

      We witness the convergence of the Godless Left, Global Fascists and Islamists against the Christians, Jews & Freedom Lovers.

      Each of the first 3 believe they will win over the other 2 and rule the world. None will. In the end God will prevail.

      We must never loose side of who’s side we really are ultimately one. This is an ancient battle, but it is certainly still real today.

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      • herb says:

        I don’t know a single Jew that supports Trump. I believe there is a larger picture that you may not be aware of as of yet,


      • cozette says:

        There are sects in America that call themselves Christian who want to set up a global theocracy based on Old Testament law. Same laws as Sharia…death for fornication, adultery, blasphemy, sodomy, witchcraft. Ted is annointed by God to become KING of America to get the ball rolling then he’ll use the military to expand that kindom. They’re a Christian version of ISIS. You Tube Dominionism. You can even see Ted get annointed.


    • Texas Fossil says:

      “We must never loose side of who’s side we really are ultimately one. This is an ancient battle, but it is certainly still real today.”

      Should read:

      We must never loose sight of who’s side we really are ultimately on. This is an ancient battle, but it is certainly still real today.

      (sorry for typos)

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  2. geri smith says:

    Thank you, Conservative Tree for exposing the truth. The corrupt people will fail with the honest citizens who vote for Trump 2016!

    Liked by 8 people

  3. freegz says:

    Amanda Carpenter: Agree with me or shut up.

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  4. Here’s what I wrote to Klavan:

    Klavan — where was the “anger” coming from last night in Chicago? And who is making tacit alliance with the Leftist mob? Your friend Cruz, and nearly the entirety of the republican party. And who is the one man standing athwart it all? We are witnessing total moral inversion. Do you wish to be a party to it? You once seemed to understand the Left. Now it looks like you’re just another lost elitist in collusion.

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  5. Gail Combs says:

    ValJar may mean “staying till they turn the lights off” literally.

    Duke Energy, who lent Obuumer campaign $$$, controls much of the east coast Electric and has been blowing up coal plants and replacing coal plants with wind mills.

    The situation is the same as for the 1977 NYC blackout with high unemployment and civil unrest. The 1977black out was different that previous blackouts with its riots, arrests, injuries, property damage and thousands of fires. Now spread that across the area with all those big black circles.

    Remember the goal is the UN Agenda 21 Transit Village, the modern version of a feudal estate.

    The Demise of ChristChurch NZ shows how the globalist plan to go about it. Destroy old cities, confiscate property from owners even if it is not damaged, and rebuild a UN Agenda 21 ‘Sustainable Prison Transit Village.

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    • Riddick says:

      Hate to disagree with you, but I lived in NY during 1977 blackout. Not sure what was reported at the time, but save for pillaging on Upper West Side and projects (Brownsville), the rest of NY was VERY quiet. All business owners stood guard at their business doors and on roofs, GUNS IN HAND. Peace and quiet. Entire 3 days. If you are referring to projects and other areas, then fires and pillaging were an everyday occurrence there back in the day, nothing new to report, I am sure news media just used that to their advantage. But I repeat, nothing was happening outside of black areas of the city, they all knew better than try something. Look up what happened in Howard Beach (Queens) around same time to understand that back then NY neighborhoods were clearly defined and population was not afraid to stand their ground. Unlike today. When Coney Island guys came over to our playground on Brighton Beach they all knew not to start any crap, we all simply played ball.

      All I can add to this is that when Blazing Saddles came out and that first scene with rail dolly ended, to the laughter of the crowd, ALL the blacks in the movie theater QUIETLY GOT UP AND LEFT. No one chased them, no one cared what they did or thought. People enjoyed the movie, as they should have. No riots, no threats, nada. Yes, in Brooklyn, Kings Highway and Coney Island Ave.

      Things are very different today, of course. This same crowd from last night would NOT DARE to show up in that same Howard Beach, or Bensonhurst, or… And BTW, nothing like it would happen in NYC even TODAY, De Blasio or not. Its just certain cities where leaders allow this to happen, and to be more to the point, protesters like last nights’ would be WAY more concerned with civilians rather than cops in Las Vegas, as one example. Stand your ground laws do have meaning in large parts of the country, still.

      Do you really think that NY cops would allow this crap, especially at a Trump rally? And especially after one of their own was attacked and left bleeding? NY cops are NOT Chicago ones and would not care what Di Blasio wanted.

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  6. lou says:

    the problem is NAtionalism has always gotten a bad rap because of Hitler. I still blame Reagan for a lot of the freedom talk which is pretty much globalism. US has got to take care of the US. you don’t have to kill millions of people to be a nationalist. now, the SJW are all equating nationalism with Hitler. the media has been selling this mainstream message “Do we really want a trade war with _______?” lie.

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    • Mao's Noodle says:

      the same MSM has not ever equated open borders with bolshevism. You need to understand the Nazi movement was a reaction. It did not occur in a vacuum. It is eerie reading their writings on it.

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    • thehourofdecision says:

      At this point, the smears of Nazi, fascist, racist and bigot have been used too often to describe people who oppose anyone opposed to the far left’s destruction of America and the West. I was a the rally, and I talked with many other attendees who let these slurs roll right off of them. These terms have been used so much that if everyone is Hitler, no one is Hitler. We have to stay the path, never apologize for speaking the truth and standing up for what is right. As more totally non-racist people are slurred, the tide will change and we will win as no one fears these labels anymore.

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      • Great statement: ” These terms have been used so much that if everyone is Hitler, no one is Hitler.”

        I have come to believe that the left’s slurs “racist” really just means “Pro American.” The anti-American Americans use these labels for anything and anyone who is pro American regardless of their race or skin color. They’ll even call you a “racist” when you speak against a religion like muslim which isn’t even a race.

        I’d ignore it myself.



    • BangZoom! says:

      And I always respond, we are ALREADY in a trade war and losing badly. Which is the truth.
      Roosevelt, Churchill, DeGaulle, Mackenzie and all the leaders of the countries who fought against Hitler were also nationalists who put the rights of their citizens and their national sovereignty first. The nationalism = Hitler is among the most intellectually vapid and historically ignorant statements imaginable.

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  7. Brian says:

    This is a great video which shows a number of forces all aimed at DJT:

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  8. Howie says:

    Good Comment I found

    “It’s over tonight for the other candidates, they left a man on the field of battle. Instead of denouncing this vicious attack by the left, they blamed Trump. These speeches tonight will come back to haunt them in the worst way possible. They just gave Hillary the roadmap to defeat them, simply protest their rallies, and make them take responsibility for it, like they just asked Trump to do tonight.”

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  9. Howie says:

    The GOP leaders and candidates are a new breed. The Yellow backed Skunk.

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  10. Clc says:

    one takeaway for sure. Bernie sanders must be coming on strong. this was an attempt to knock out the sanders campaign as much as trumps. when it’s a TWOfer like this, then it would not surprise me if the cia was involved in this. they are the best at this sort of thing. I think it is going to get really bad.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      You’re confusing the effort of the Left. The Sanders people are part and parcel of the leftists that were trying to silence speech in Chicago last night. The Sanders twitter account proudly trumpets their salute to that totalitarian effort.


      • cozette says:

        Bernie fell into the trap laid for him by Team Clinton, the globalist media and the GOPe. They want to split the Trump and Bernie camp so they won’t unite. They wanted to take Trump down as a dangerous demogue who rile this country in turmoil (lets vote for nice guy Kasich so he wins Ohio) and Hillary gets to brand Bernie as a dangerious radical. To make the point Obama got his old buddy terrorist Ayers to show up at the protest. Ayers was a radical killing Americans when Bernie was a radical. Nice Bernie is supposed to become scary Bernie. To remind people who Ayers is FOX coincidentally had Megyn Kelly interview him a few days ago. Pure evil. Well cordinated. And Cruz, Rubio and Kasich did their part condemning Trump. Obviously they’ve never been to or seen one of his rallies. Sigh.


    • Riddick says:

      As already pointed out, it was very clear from the beginning that some of Bernie’s supporters were rioting. Not sure, but Bernie campaign signs and photo images were the dead giveaway to that, even if one discounts their bragging on social media afterwards, thanking a number of different socialist and Marxists factions for the COORDINATED ATTACKS. It took them days to organize.

      Bernie was a big part of last night, he’s the anarchists’ candidate. You know, WE WANT IT FREE crowd. Paid professional rioters, traveling from city to city to meet the payroll. Soros’ kids.

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  11. Gail Combs says:

    Professor Carroll Quigley, was a member of Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and mentor to Bill Clinton. He researched the Milner Round Tables, like CRF and the Committee on Economic Development, for twenty years. He included that research in his book Tragedy and Hope, (1966)

    “The chief problem of American political life for a long time has been how to make the two congressional parties more national and international. The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so the that American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. — Tragedy and Hope

    The signs of the take over of the USA by the Global Elite has been there for those who bother to look.

    The integration of our government with the UN and other “international organizations” is a real eye opener too. Take a look at the long non-exhaustive list of international organizations that the Federal Government transfers US federal employees to……………..

    International Organizations Approved for Detail and Transfer of Federal Employees
    “A Federal agency may detail or transfer an employee to any organization that the Department of State has designated as an international organization”

    What is really scary is the elite no longer even bother denying a ‘New World Order’ is their goal any more. IMF REPORT: Convergence, Interdependence, and Divergence — Finance & Development, September 2012, Vol. 49, No. 3

    Pascal Lamy as I have shown many times also discusses ‘Global Governance’ and the fact the original plans were made in the 1930s link and ALL the world Leaders including FDR agreed!. Also see another Lamy article link

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    • politijim says:

      I could see that being true in coming together against UniParty threats – but not in policy. Intelligence services know that similarity encourages outside forces to challenge. But when you create artificial conflict (global warming anyone?) people side with ONLY the two opinions, while the control at the top is keeping their hand on the REAL power of the Federal Reserve and world war intervention (don’t forget liberal politicians supported the Iraq war to get us into it). They could really care less about abortion and health insurance. Read what our Founders said about 2 party systems: (attribution at bottom)

      In fact, the Founding Fathers warned us about the threat from a two party system.

      John Adams said:

      There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution.

      George Washington agreed, saying in his farewell presidential speech:

      The alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a frightful despotism. But this leads at length to a more formal and permanent despotism. The disorders and miseries, which result, gradually incline the minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an individual; and sooner or later the chief of some prevailing faction, more able or more fortunate than his competitors, turns this disposition to the purposes of his own elevation, on the ruins of Public Liberty
      Without looking forward to an extremity of this kind, (which nevertheless ought not to be entirely out of sight,) the common and continual mischiefs of the spirit of party are sufficient to make it the interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it.
      It serves always to distract the Public Councils, and enfeeble the Public Administration. It agitates the Community with ill-founded jealousies and false alarms; kindles the animosity of one part against another, foments occasionally riot and insurrection. It opens the door to foreign influence and corruption, which find a facilitated access to the government itself through the channels of party passions. Thus the policy and the will of one country are subjected to the policy and will of another.
      There is an opinion, that parties in free countries are useful checks upon the administration of the Government, and serve to keep alive the spirit of Liberty. This within certain limits is probably true; and in Governments of a Monarchical cast, Patriotism may look with indulgence, if not with favor, upon the spirit of party. But in those of the popular character, in Governments purely elective, it is a spirit not to be encouraged. From their natural tendency, it is certain there will always be enough of that spirit for every salutary purpose. And, there being constant danger of excess, the effort ought to be, by force of public opinion, to mitigate and assuage it. A fire not to be quenched, it demands a uniform vigilance to prevent its bursting into a flame, lest, instead of warming, it should consume.


  12. 2x4x8 says:

    Trump Chicago Rally rescheduled for Sunday 10am in Bloomington, IL, thats far enough away from the Domestic Terrorists, Corn Country, can’t make, maybe someone else can report on it

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Blooming Gulch is still a college town and even back in the late 1960s/early 1970s IU was leaning well to the left.


    • Bull Durham says:

      Chicago police were pathetic before the rally got out of hand. Then, they did a good job outside. The rally security has to be beefed with professional muscle, men and women who have military police, arena and event security experience and leadership that spots the trouble and eliminates it overwhelmingly. Spend some money on prevention and rapid ejection of anyone. Big strong professional security. Most of the protestors are weak metrosexual, gays and punks. Only a few are the street thugs. And they don’t want their asses kicked in public.

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      • JohnP says:

        I agree with all the anti-Trump posters and flags that appeared inside the venue, the Chicago police were not doing their job…..or were they just following orders?

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        • Gail Combs says:

          Following orders.

          Remeber purses and backpacks were NOT allowed at any other rally except this one.

          We also know they were going to rush the stage. It only takes a few professional street thugs to kill a guy and kill him quick. I can think of several methods but will not write them.

          I think Lame Cherry may have been correct. If Donald Trump had appeared his life was in danger.

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        • trapper says:

          This was an obvious set up. From what I have read, the security inside was shockingly light, and the police outside did nothing to separate the protesters from the Trump supporters. Contrast the WTO event in Chicago, where protesters were kept well away from the event, isolated, and contained. Here, they were permitted to mingle, infiltrate, disrupt, and shut down.

          CPD wrote the book on modern crowd control and demonstration management. Did they leave the book at home last night and ignore 40 years of accumulated skill? Anyone who believes that is being naïve or deliberately obtuse. No, the only conclusion is that CPD was ordered by Rahm to stand down, let them through, the intention being to disrupt or worse. Rahm wanted a riot at the Trump rally. He didn’t get one, and the reason he didn’t get one is that Trump supporters are not rioters and don’t take the bait. The bad actors were entirely the Moveon-organized agitators.

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          • prognomore says:

            Spot on, Trapper. I was WAY in the back of the line, and though there was a police presence, it was very passive. For example, why were people with signs, with signs on stick, with profane anti-Trump clothing, which would not be allowed into the venue, be permitted to line up? Why did they not insist that all protesters stay in the designated protester areas? Duh. The entire CPD is comprised of Democrat voters. Their hearts were not in it.


        • politijim says:

          Police don’t have control of staffing. Eyewitness report shows where they were dispatched they were good. But it’s not their fault (it’s Rahm’s) that they were understaffed.


      • thehourofdecision says:

        Donald needs a Praetorian Guard type of protection. We need coordination between various levels of law enforcement. He needs to start denying entrance to people who are not supporters like he did at the rally in Burlington, VT. There has to be no backpacks, full registration for the event beforehand and the checking of ID’s at the entrance We have the right to defend our political rallies and hear our leader speak. Anyone trespassing and disrupting our rallies must me removed immediately and with force if they don not comply. To hell with the media’s spin and narrative.

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    • rinokiller says:

      The difference is state and local authorities will be given enough time to prepare for this.


    • Just Scott says:

      This raises another red flag. Why would they expect a different outcome at Normal IL, than yesterday in the Loop? Consider the majority political demographic of Normal/Bloomington. They should be considering the Class A Venue All-State Arena in Rosemont where the local police have lots of experience handling large events, or the Sears Centre Arena In Hoffman Estates. Both are in the Conservative NW area.


      • 2x4x8 says:

        I agree, then I thought about “costs” and “availability”, these rallies have to be completed by Monday Night for the all important Tuesday voting

        Liked by 1 person

      • politijim says:

        I was thinking Rosemont too but it might be availability. Also the venue has to AGREE to have the event, and after last night, there may be some hesitation. Personally – I’ve been racking my brain how you would go ahead hold it ‘in the face’ of the BLM, MoveOn crowd IN Chicago but keep the thugs out. i was thinking of buying tickets (making it expensive so the thugs would be dissuaded) but that would harm Trump’s message that it’s for everyone – not the ‘rich.’ Online buying or pre-selected invitations MIGHT work if Trump has enough actual names of donors – but again it kind of quashes the whole “everyone be a part of this” vibe that has worked so well.


  13. michaelsamsara says:

    We, that being the next big iteration of the late, little lamented Royal We, that is represented by those of us who love America and realize how critically dangerous, yet powerfully positive this moment in space and time is for not just America, but the whole world and the ideal of individual and national freedom

    WE are not impressed. We are not impressed with disgusting and despicable lowlifes; like those in Chicago, that took time out from their busy schedules devoted to shooting each other, stealing and drug dealing, to try to suppress our right to assemble peacefully and support someone we believe represents what we hold near and dear and important to our lives and the future of America and our children.

    WE are not impressed by globalist oligarchs gathering on a luxury resort island; flying in in their private corporate jets and holding a counsel of war to try to destroy anyway they can short of assassination (not that one would be surprised to find out that that was something they secretly wouldn’t welcome), how to stop Donald Trump.

    How dare these divorced from ordinary reality, self-appointed, self-satisfied Masters of the Universe – Elon Musk, George Soros, Karl Rove etc – decide that they know best for all the rest – of the world and us.

    In a way, if they were not so viciously craven and patently obvious in their desperate and disparate attempts to suppress the genuine and heartfelt revulsion we and any who do value freedom of all types and for all feel and are fighting for, you could almost feel sorry for them and how pathetically pompous they are.

    Unfortunately, any such kindness on our parts would be viewed on their Machiavellian parts as weakness and stupidity to be exploited by them in their efforts to stamp out what they never thought, never imagined – with all their money, with the MSM in their pockets they couldn’t always control

    WE, who have not and never have been nor ever will be impressed by them and their hateful, paternalistic and totalitarian plans for us.

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  14. Bull Durham says:

    The photo of the dinner with the toast by Obama sitting next to Steve Jobs is symbolic with a major exception. In no way would Steve Jobs participate in these actions that Tim Cook leads. Jobs was totally anti-government. The man did not even put license plates on his car. He was a rebel through and through. Tim Cook has used his position to make Apple into a socially radical leader for gay rights and other Obama-inspired agenda items. (His homosexuality drives the corporation now, and it has sadly infected the Steve Jobs culture of excellence. Apple software has been a botch under Cook. Now the Apple has worms.)

    Liked by 4 people

    • rinokiller says:

      Is that why Jobs got pushed out?


      • Bull Durham says:

        He was pushed out years earlier for classic economic reasons. Scully from Pepsi had control of the Board of Directors at that time. Steve later came back and saved the company when Scully totally screwed up the company. Cook was picked by Jobs for succession as Jobs was dying from cancer. Cook is very competent operations expert, but a bad CEO. Apple, like Disney have been lost to the Liberal Cult and the bankster mentality. Quite sad and ironic since their founders were such independent and giant, classic entrepreneur Libertarian-Conservatives. Jobs was so far from a Liberal that he didn’t even contribute much to charity directly. He felt Apple products was a gift that made charities function more effectively. He did “seed” education with free Apple computers but that was more marketing than charity.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Riddick says:

          I was more or less forced to work on Apple hardware and software for about the past 4 years (Cloud Management software written in Ruby on Rails), and lack of quality when it comes to OS and and apps is just staggering to me (after WIndows for a long time). Not defending Windows, but for a company that makes fun of MS Apple is in serious need of revamp in their OS software divisions, bugs galore and then some.

          Back in the day in the IT community, early ’90s, we used to have a saying, Macs for pretty reports, Windows for reports with substance. Nothing has changed since.

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  15. Joan Sands says:

    Thank you for posting this. It gives me hope for the country in spite of the anarchy last night.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. burnett044 says:

    Each day Trump exposes more and more of the Globalist elites plans and ways they are using them
    any one who has a working mind saw this Chicago mess coming..Chicago is a shit hole ..has been under Communist control for years and years…it spawned Obama for God sakes..
    No surprizes here at all….
    The evil cabal will do any thing and I do meananything to stop Trump….simply because Trump and only Trump can lead us to take America back from this path of evil..
    what you saw last night was Rules for Radicals in action ….
    Think of a entire nation under that ….
    we saw the final masked pulled off Ted Cruz Rubio..Kasick…Maggot Kelly is flying her true colors now..
    Obama`s hands and Chicago connections were all over this…and the GOP are holding hands with him…..the pigs will not be moved from the feeding trough easily..they are a greedy bunch and do not care if the country burns as long as they are in control….
    Voting in mass for Trump is the only way to save us…and I mean in mass to the extent we can over come the voter fraud that is occuring now and will get worse ..
    Folks like Sundance have stayed calm and showed the path to over come this mess…
    in battle it is easy to get confused to get distracted with so much coming at ya at once..
    stay focus…stay informed …watch each others six…
    Trump said of entering the race ” I had no choice”…well dear people of the tree we also have no choice if we are to save this nation….
    hand tuff

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  17. FatLadySings4U says:

    Has anyone seen this yet? They had Uzi’s they were firing off last night at the Chicago rally? WTH? Chicago is supposed to have some of the strictest gun control laws in the country. So, where did this thug get his weapons? And, why isn’t he under arrest for firing that off outside into the air like that? He endangered the lives of others!

    SHOCK VIDEO: Anti-Trump Protester Fires Gun Into Air After Shutting Chicago Rally Down

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Howie says:

    Allow me to put this all in perspective. No one invited any of the so called protestors to any of the Trump Rallies. Any violence is on their heads. I think they should go to their own rallies and leave us alone. They are the uninvited event crashers that nobody wants. If they would just mind their own business no violence would occur. These are for Trump supporters not crazed communists and troublemakers and thugs.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Howie says:

      The communists are in violation of our first amendment rights to assemble peacefully. They should all be arrested and prosecuted.

      Liked by 5 people

    • politijim says:

      Very good point. I tried to express on FB earlier. YES, Donald did laughingly suggest that we should punch and rough up protesters at earlier rallys. Frankly, I thought it was a stupid comment, but it really hit home how it hurt when the Trump attendee coldcocked the protester being walked out in last week’s rally. Even then, although it was isolated – there is a HUGE difference in stopping (or punishing) people who are trying to interrupt or stop YOUR event, versus using violence to stop someone else’s event. I wish this explained better by Trump.


      • cozette says:

        The modern KKK, BLM and SJW brown shirts terrorize peaceful Trump supporters. Trumps reaction is the American labor movements response to physical intimidation. To punch back. Harder. I heard him say I wish I could punch him. That is a healthy response to being violated. I like that he’s opening rallies with a prayr for tolerance now.

        Liked by 1 person

  19. Bull Durham says:

    Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio stood for anti-First Amendment last night. The so-called consistent conservative frauds showed their colors when the shooting started. Classic sunshine patriots you cannot count on when the going gets tough. They abandoned the Bill of Rights in a flash, the same way the Iraqi soldiers dropped their weapons and ran from ISIS.

    Where I grew up we called that chicken-shit. But on this high level of Freedom versus Anarchy it is Treason. Ted Cruz failed when the call to serve his precious ideology. Rubio, weak, pathetic, also failed.

    Liked by 11 people

  20. TwoLaine says:


    “Several protesters were arrested protesting the Trump rally during an action organized by a coalition of young Black organizers from Assata’s Daughters and Black Lives Matter Chicago.”

    Liked by 1 person

  21. distrumption says:

    Is this a two for one strategy planned/executed by the ‘Uniparty’? Stoke Bernie supporters to create large ‘incident’ at Trump rally. Visuals create fear of Bernie/Trump? I’m hearing from (mostly older) people that like and/or support Bernie that are questioning his benevolence. They don’t blame him for what supporters did in his name – it is his response (supportive) that created this fear.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      Yep The Uniparty rises. Exposed for all to see.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      Well exactly, this was the height of stupidity — Bernie’s campaign knows his base, and that base is made up of some of the most reactionary elements of the college crowd. He was dumb enough to go along with it (which is proof that he is a senile old coot…and a commie, but a senile one) that has always been his greatest weakness.
      Oh well, it had to come out eventually — I just wish Hillary had gotten some more sweat wrung out of her, and the vile witch will now get to use this to make herself seem presidential in comparison to everybody else (you notice not a peep from her camp really)…a voice of reason even…gah!
      At this point it really is Trump or nobody to stop her…and she must be stopped.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bernie Sanders is himself responsible for this. On twitter he was tweeting pics depicting Trump and Trump supporters photoshopped with KKK hoods on with statements that Trump and all his supporters are “white racists.”

        I know this because I personally replied back to his tweets. It was about 2 months ago. They were send directly by BERNIE SANDERS twitter and not from one of his supporters.


      • cozette says:

        I was worried Trump couldn’t peel off working class Bernie guys until the general election. If Bernie was foolish enough to participate in such bigotry and incitement, I think Trump can use it to peel some more away now when he’s fighting for delegates. Thank you Hillary.


    • cozette says:

      This was a joint Hillary GOPe hit to take out Bernie. They paid people to wear Bernie shirts and shout his name. One to paint him as a dangerous far left radical from the 70s that will bring back the chaos of the time. And to make Bernie and Trump supporters hate each other so they don’t team up. Also, of corse to destroy Trump and boost nice guy Kasich.


  22. rinokiller says:

    The list of names exposed here are the names on the target sheet to be hunted down.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. rinokiller says:

    What we saw last night was all the candidates eliminate themselves, and setup a landslide of epic proportions. Anything closer will now smell fraud.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. annieoakley says:

    The Communists must rule Chicago if they can be that successful. They opposed free speech and won. Even the Police are afraid of them because there are zero consequences for the Communists.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. Howie says:

    Now with the “strategic voting” plan of the GOP we have total vindication and prima facia proof that Sundance has been the only source in the country that reported the truth about the GOP splitter plans. It is a slam dunk case.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Howie says:

      Proof beyond a reasonable doubt and to the exclusion of any other reasonable hypothesis.


    • thehourofdecision says:

      Sundance has thoroughly explained the situation to millions and millions of people throughout the world with this excellent blog. We are vindicated but the question is where do we go from here? If Donald is not the next president, we need a nationalist, donor-free party to arise with enough of a coalition to beat the Uniparty. I believe a coalition of the far right and center-right, center-left could beat the Uniparty in national elections. Maybe Carl Icahn and some of Donald’s other billionaire friend will realize how dire the situation is and put up the cash to start an authentic America First party and even perhaps buy out CNN so that the globalist bloodsuckers don’t put the final nail in the coffin of our dying nation.


      • Joe says:

        Too late by then. The power of the state (Uniparty) will use a combination of street thugs (sanctioned by the state), the internet ( social media) & the MSM shutdown any organizational efforts.

        The time is now. Trump or tyranny.


  26. Truthfilter says:

    Plenty of open farm fields in Illinois and in other places–dare these protesters to show up on private property—surrounded by other private property whose owners can charge them ALL with trespassing. It wouldn’t be hard to arrange a rally on the back forty. Music festivals are held in open fields.

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  27. Bull Durham says:

    Now Kasich is on with Fox attacking Trump. “Donald has created a toxic environment. Donald is dividing people.”

    Complete attack.


  28. Bull Durham says:

    Kasich accuses Donald’s people for last night.

    Liked by 1 person

    • JohnP says:

      I could be wrong but I think Kasich just lost Ohio. Most of America doesn’t like screaming protestors on TV or those who support them.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Gail Combs says:

        Blue collar and most white collar workers dislike the lazy good for nothings who live off their tax $$$. That is who was protesting along with brats who should have had their britches warmed long long ago.

        (The attack on disiplining children come right from the Rockefeller’s. The Hand that Rocked the Cradle: A Critical Analysis of Rockefeller Philanthropic Funding, 1920-1960 )

        J. D. Rockefeller funded the trashing of our education system too. Right there in Chicago
        “… In 1894, Dewey was appointed head of the department of philosophy, psychology and education at the University of Chicago which had been established two years earlier by a gift from John D. Rockefeller. In 1896, Dewey created his famous experimental Laboratory School where he could test the effects of the new psychology on real live children.

        …the purpose of the school was to show how education could be changed to produce little socialists and collectivists instead of little capitalists and individualists.

        ..[Dewey] analyzed the traditional curriculum that sustained the capitalist, individualistic system and found what he believed was the sustaining linchpin — that is, the key element that held the entire system together: high literacy. To Dewey, the greatest obstacle to socialism was the private mind that seeks knowledge in order to exercise its own private judgment and intellectual authority. High literacy gave the individual the means to seek knowledge independently. It gave individuals the means to stand on their own two feet and think for themselves. This was detrimental to the “social spirit” needed to bring about a collectivist society. Dewey wrote in Democracy and Education, published in 1916….” — Dumbing Down America by Dr. Samuel Blumenfeld

        Stalin actually tried Dewey’s education system and found it produced dunderheads so he abandoned it. Meanwhile the USA has been stuck with the darn system for a hundred years.

        Liked by 1 person

  29. JohnP says:

    From the Boston Herald

    “Meanwhile, the candidate himself is set to get the last laugh and he knows it.
    “They haven’t shut down the rally at all. It’s on television now, and we’re getting a much larger audience,” he said.
    Exactly. Sorry kids. That is what democracy looks like, too.”

    Trump triumphs again.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Howie says:

    And Now! Heeere’s Donnie!
    Go Donnie, Go Donnie, Go Donnie Go!

    Liked by 1 person

  31. rsmith1776 says:

    I was having a talk to an Indian guy – very smart, well educated, legal immigrant [graduated in engineering, got a job, not a citizen yet]. It amazed me how he could kut through the krapp – he said Trump is the only one who seems a real human being who speaks from the heart, not a trained politician, and that he would vote for him if he could. He also was patient enough, without me having talked him into it, to have watched a number of rallies on YT and to realize that “things are always taken out of context” (he mentioned the Fifth Avenue meme).

    For what it’s worth, but a true story.

    Liked by 8 people

  32. Here, IMO, is an important essay that summarizes the three-class warfare currently playing out in the United States:


  33. Howie says:

    Vile media blackout of Trump entrance!


  34. alleycats says:

    Every bit of last night’s wilding (I refuse to call it legitimate protesting) was by design. I’ve been saying for a few years now – war is coming folks, get the hell out of the big cities, for that is where the first sparks will ignite. The treasonous media will gleefully fan the flames, ( see Melissa Harris-Perry’s disgusting tweet egging it on) all the while stressing the “need to control hateful rhetoric, blah blah blah”.

    Liked by 3 people

  35. Mr. Lucky says:

    Last night this became war. Only one side can win.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. oldgrunt68 says:

    Some serious advice to Trump: Stop having your rallies communistic big cities. Have your rallies in middle America towns when you are up north. Instead of Chicago go to the center of the state like Springfield. Or Albany NY, stay away from large liberal cities. These cities are not going to vote for you.

    Liked by 1 person

    • fred says:

      Have you seen the protesters…. pathetic little pukes and a few hardcore thugs. They are not real fearsome if you fight them back… It’s an intimidation tactic Alinsky move… Fight back hold your protest in the backyard. Take over the BBQ or carne asada and tell them to shut up. They are like the dudes in front of the supermarket you have to go past. Asking for money or shouting threats… They are nothing.

      Liked by 2 people

  37. angryduc says:

    Good post SD. I agree with your assessment as to those who were behind the organizing of this. As I watched this last night, had this overwhelming feeling though, that I remember these thugs as a child. It isn’t a mistake that BILL AYERS was there. I find it notable that the powers that be Rhinos and Soros et. al, would make use of the same people they did in the 60’s make all this possible.

    The same powers may have well empowered these radicals when I was young, I’m not totally positive they didn’t. IMO there is nothing cuddly about the weather underground. I feel strongly that our parents failed us by not executing these violent extremists. I pray many will not die now and in the coming days because of that terrible error.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. truthseekerr says:

    PERFECT MAN FOR THIS SUPER-HARD JOB, TRUMP. Dealing with protestors, communists, socialists and freedom haters. Trump will squash Bernie and Hillary. Trump should simply mention the amount of black children killed everyday from abortion, which democrats SUPPORT. Carson can speak up too.

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  39. Trumpire says:

    Off topic but this is how successful the BLM terrorist group has been. There was a 20% drop off in freshmen enrollment. I’m sure it would have been even higher but it’s harder for upper class-men who have invested much time and money into their education to just pick up and transfer to other schools quickly.

    “Mizzou Protests Lead to Plunge In Freshmen, Massive Budget Deficits”

    Fox Sports – 3/10/2016

    The fallout from the fake Mizzou protests continues to destablize the University of Missouri. Today the interim chancellor of the university emailed students that the university will enroll 1500 less students than projected and faces a budget shortfall of $32 million this year.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. weavinplain says:

    It might be ‘educational’ if Mr. Trump read aloud a list of those who attended the Sea Island meeting.


  41. Howie says:

    Not many uninvited co-conspirators around today.


  42. Howie says:

    Blackjack Pershing dealt with the terrorists! Media will go absolutely insane.


  43. Glen says:

    Have any of you seen this?
    Donald Trump supporter threatened at gunpoint in Georgia; 3 arrested


  44. geoffb5 says:

    I’ve commented here a couple of times on how the recent events in Chicago are similar to the 1968 Democratic Convention and riots. I’d like to expand/explain my thoughts. Back on 2/7/2010 I wrote about a piece on the 1972 Commentary article by Penn Kemble and Josh Muravchik which detailed events at the ’68 Convention and the effects later on the Democratic Party.

    From my opening paragraphs:

    Since the era of the original Progressives there has always been a faction of the political left in the Democratic Party. This faction, in the late 1960s early 1970s, allied with the “New Left”, which was outside the Party at the time, to, through rules changes, make the left’s ascension to power over the whole of the Party inevitable.

    There were 4 groups involved in this act. The members of the Party as a whole, especially the 1968 convention delegates. The “old left/progressive faction of the Party. The visible and noisy part of the “New Left” that took to the streets to protest and demonstrate in Chicago during the 1968 convention. Lastly the hidden, masked part of the “New Left”. The “Clean for Gene” who cut their hair and beards, donned suits and ties to look the part of respectable young political types while keeping their far left ideology, softer voiced now, fully intact.

    A variation on the “good cop, bad cop” routine was played out. The “bad cop” being those crazy protesters in the streets. The “good cop” the leftist politicos, “Clean for Gene”, now McCarthy delegates to the convention able to intimate to others that we (delegates) have to do something, give something, to placate those crazies out there before they destroy the Party.

    In the latest events these same 4 factions are there again. Not precisely the same but they rhyme.

    The part of the delegates, whose votes were needed to start a process that would lead to the Left’s ascendance to power in the Party, is played now by the Republican primary voters whose votes are needed to cement the power of the UniParty over the nation.

    The part of the 1968 old left/progressives is played by the GOPe and their donors.

    The part of the “Clean for Gene” radicals who presented themselves as just normal young political workers is now played by the new cable and internet “conservative” media. They both then and now will be the ones to present to the voters the solution to the violence in the streets. A solution which will bring about the end sought, power for a favored faction. The Left in ’68, the UniParty now.

    The part of the violent mob is the one element which is exactly the same, expendable foot-soldiers fueled by lies and on fire with violently expressed emotions.

    The framing of the message is the same. You -delegates/voters- caused this violence by your words, actions, by your very existence. You must do as we say, vote as we desire, and then we can placate the violent ones outside your doors. Same old game.

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    • geoffb5 says:


      As part of a more than ten minute speech passionately denouncing Donald Trump, Marco Rubio breaks down and admits that he may not ever support Trump as the Republican Party’s presidential nominee, even though he signed a Republican Party pledge to do so. “It’s getting harder every day,” he said.

      The Florida senator also defended President Obama from claims Trump made blaming him for violent protests last night in Chicago, which he also says were “highly organized.”

      “This is what happens when a leading presidential candidate goes around feeding into a narrative of anger and bitterness and frustraiton,” Rubio said about last night’s violence in Chicago. “And I think we all need to take a step back, and ask ourselves, are we contributing to this? Because if this continues, this county will be continuing to be ripped apart at the seams, and we will be incapable of solving any major issues we have…”

      “Look,” Rubio said. “Barack Obama has used divisive language as well –I admit– but he hasn’t called people in the crowd to beat people up.”

      “Gun to a knife fight” – “Punch back twice as hard” – “Get in their face” don’t count.

      Liked by 3 people

  45. Finalage says:

    It’s one party folks. Two weeks ago it was Rubio (failed), last week Romney (epic fail), now they trot out Obama!

    Liked by 3 people

  46. ZZZ says:

    Saw the video…on Fox now…Donald was warned and turned and ready to defend. The video is upsetting…pray for protection…please pray.

    Donald’s resolve was amazing.

    Liked by 3 people

  47. Trumped says:

    Liked by 2 people

  48. Midwest Patriot says:

    I was at the rally last night and witnessed the ignorance that these protesters/RIOTERS wanted to do. From the moment the announcement was made they stormed every Trump supporter and antagonize them with profanity and threats of violence. There was never a message of opposition to any of Trump’s policies. All they could say was F#$%k Trump. The fights that broke out inside the pavilion was started by the BLM thugs spitting on old people sitting down in their seats at that moment the person stood up and squeezed there water bottle at them in defence. Then the younger Trump supporter grabbed on to the BLM protesters and fists started flying. The moment we stepped outside the protesters were not completely separated from us Supporters they were mixed in once outside the Pavillion the acted like piranhas trying to surround single supporters to hurt or verbally assault the supporters. The local media edited out alot of what happened but this site has exposed the truth. Please coy and paste this page and spread it like wildfire. People need to know what happened.
    TRUMP 2016

    Liked by 1 person

  49. leni01 says:

    There is another website supporting Donald Trump. It is today denouncing all the factions against him including Breitbart, Red State, Ace of Spades etc. This will be a Gettysburg battle this Tuesday- whoever wins the battle wins the war. I am a Canadian and found this site very informative as well. Let me know what you think.
    Chicago Gettysburg: @RealDonaldTrump Silent Majority Versus Cruz, Rubio, GOP Establishment, BLM, OWS, And The Totalitarian Left
    IT sounds pro Hillary but has changed!

    Liked by 1 person

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