No one exposes the real political danger behind hidden ideological alignments as good as Donald Trump. The beating of the Trump supporters in San Jose last night, and the responses, highlight a case in point.
What do Nikki Haley, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, and Brad Thor have in common? They are all on the same page blaming Donald Trump for not accepting the physical beatings that come with expressions of free speech and challenging the orthodoxy of their political views.
Each of these voices in their own way telling Trump, and by extension his supporters, to shut up and sit down; failure to do so will result in your beating. Trump has a remarkable way of drawing out the pervasive progressive and culturally Marxist beliefs.
If you need further affirmation of Trump’s ability to spotlight the anti-American sentiments that underpin the majority of the political opposition, you only need to reference this little *hidden* snippet about San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo. [Those of you familiar with the DOJ Community Relations Service agenda will immediately spot the tell]:
Reached by phone in Washington D.C., where he flew after the protest late Thursday night, Liccardo said he condemns any act of violence committed against anyone expressing their right to free speech and assembly. (link)
Candidate Donald Trump, accidentally or purposefully (I believe the latter), is warming up the generators which power the largest political spotlight ever witnessed.
From prior research into his approaches, one thing is certain – Trump doesn’t nibble around the edges, he targets his sunlight directly into the belly of the beast. It appears candidate Trump is well prepared with a strategy to take this sunlight where it is needed most.
Like the CTH discussions of the 2014 GOPe road map when almost all were disbelievers, we don’t want to tell people what to believe, we just direct attention to the predictable pathway where all of this activity converges.
Do not expect Donald Trump to shy away from “Sanctuary Cities” for his rallies. Indeed, they hold the potential for the greatest exposures of sunlight, as the underlying ideology of the political opposition is easiest to display directly in their back yard. When adversaries go to war against Trump, he’ll be the first to show up on the door step and make himself an easy target.
Those of you familiar with the CRS and the politics behind the Trayvon Martin case will find additional interest as you review this resulting outline as written by ABC’s Candace Smith in her reporters notebook:
[…] But Thursday evening, in San Jose, California, was the worst of nights. What began as a gathering of young people and labor rights’ groups outside of Trump’s rally here, turned into a raucous, bloody, dangerous affair. The crowd of hundreds became disorderly as a large group broke off with seemingly pernicious intentions; to seek out anyone they suspected of being a Trump supporter and intimidate, harass or even beat them into submission.
I watched an elderly couple get their “Make America Great Again” hats snatched off their heads, their signs ripped from their hands, their bodies shoved and their movements trailed by the angry agitators all the way into a parking garage. It did not end there. One young man stalked a Trump supporter shouting obscenities, threatening him.
The dimly lit garage provided the perfect setting for the next wave of terror; agitators surrounded a car where presumed Trump supporters sat parked, trying to make their way out. Suddenly, we heard the sound of breaking glass; their tail-light had been smashed right in front of me. It became a rallying cry, and the rest moved in toward the car and began to shake it violently. The terrified passengers finally were able to speed off.
I watched a lone woman holding her Trump sign in the middle of a horde of people. I wished she would leave but she stood her ground. Sure enough, a young woman spat in her face, another pushed in her face, ripping her glasses off. (read more) The attached video is ABC
Then there’s this:
[…] Friday morning, radio hosts and social media exploded over Liccardo’s comment Thursday to the Associated Press that “at some point Donald Trump needs to take responsibility for his irresponsible behavior.”
KGO’s Ronn Owens called Liccardo “irresponsible” and most of his call-in viewers agreed.
Reached by phone in Washington D.C., where he flew after the protest late Thursday night, Liccardo said he condemns any act of violence committed against anyone expressing their right to free speech and assembly. (read more)
Having listened to much of that California “radio talk show” being discussed. I can confirm, the backlash against the anti-American mob is entirely beneficial to the candidacy of Donald Trump.