When is a Mob not a Mob? – When Democrats Realize Their “Mob” is Destroying Their Mid-term Hopes…

The Democrat party intentionally made a choice to embrace socialism and far-left Marxist ideology in an effort to fuel their political goals.  Tom Perez, current head of the DNC, has a life of activism and assembly for just these purposes. However, the predictable risk and consequence of that decision is really simple; a loss of control over the mob.

With four weeks left before the mid-term elections, the modern democrat mob is now so highly visible, and so filled with toxic/violence and rage, it has become a liability….  The only thing the media can do to assist their party is to downplay the mob and pretend it doesn’t exist; that’s the currently urgent narrative.  Cue the audio visual:

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The far-left is really the authentic democrat base under various names. Before there were Democrat Socialists it was the Antifa mob, Revolution Communism (RevCom), the Black lives Matter mob, the Dream Defenders mob, the Occupy Wall Street mob, Anarchists, the Weather Underground, the KKK, etc. ….it is all the same political leadership.

Occupy Wall Street 2011

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370 Responses to When is a Mob not a Mob? – When Democrats Realize Their “Mob” is Destroying Their Mid-term Hopes…

  1. 6x47 says:

    Somebody please correct me if I’m wrong, but the “white supremacist mob” in Charlottesville was a comparatively small group of dweebs, former OWS types, who had already staged uneventful rallies there. Violence only erupted when AntiFa showed up and started their usual street thug antics.

    Am I wrong?

    It just seems the one constant to all the “right wing violence” stories is there wasn’t any violence until AntiFa (or BLM) showed up.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      The trials and aftermath, it appears that a large portion of the “pro-statue” protesters were from distant places; this was not a “local” event. The 300-400 man mob of white trash carrying Nazi flags, etc., were not history buffs with academic arguments (such as removing the statues is a lot like burning books). It was known locally what the “protesters” were about, and if anyone didn’t get it, their “torchlight” march through UVA confirmed the Nazi associations. IOW, the “nice decent people” had the sense to stay away. The whole string of events was initiated by black council members who sought to erase history. Whether the motivation was black discomfort over public displays of a past they found uncomfortable, or a political strategy is unclear. But outsiders came in response, and emboldened the local nuts. A great portion of the counter-protesters were local virtue-signaling liberals, not Antifa radicals, but the radicals conducted the violence. Terry MacAuliffe stage-managed the events to create a disaster, as a campaign dirty trick. Not sure if he had encouraged the city council, or recruited the leaders, but he certainly seized the opportunity to make things worse. IMO, Pres. Trump’s comments were ill-informed, and could have presented the uglier truth to his advantage.

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      • 6x47 says:

        The fact is, virtually no locals were involved on either side of the Charlottesville protests.

        “Unite The Right” was IMO a straw man constructed by the Left; nobody on “the Right” calls themselves “The Right”. And that torchlight vigil, I’m convinced, was like unto a Sacha Baron Cohen prank to create exactly that comparison. I found the news coverage cutting back and forth between Nuremburg rallies and a bunch of fat boys with Tiki torches hilarious. And an even more obvious scam than the Blasley-Ford “he raped me” nonsense.

        In summary: The entire Charlottesville incident was cooked up by the Left, which included organizing the “pro-statue” rally. “Unite the Right” was an obvious catfishing ploy that genuine “right wing” groups avoided.

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        • 6x47 says:

          Clarification: Richard Spencer, the principal organizer of “Unite the Right”, is an OWS alumnus. He’s a nutjob and most likely a fraud. He was able to get a useful idiots to show up, in much the same way the cynical manipulatiors behind OWS convinced clueless drones to show up to their protests.

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        • emroled says:

          Exactly. The torch march, at least as it was portrayed by the media, set off my BS detector big-time. It was like a bunch of unwashed, unshaven lefties got together and said, “What would a racist march look like? White guys, I guess. Hmm, white guys wear polo shirts and khakis, we should get some of those. And where do we find torches? Hmm, evil capitalist Wal-Mart has tiki torches, we’ll grab some of those.” To me, it was so obviously fake , it was almost satire.

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          • 6x47 says:

            A comedian did a pretty good bit about the Tiki Torch march. He said he was deeply concerned about malaria, which has killed millions of mostly black people. Malaria is spread by mosquitos, so to fight malaria he and his friends dressed up in khakis and polo shirts (to show how respectable they are) and marched around with citronella torches to protect black people from malaria. In Charlottesville.

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          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            And, within the recent couple of weeks, I saw some Huffpo or CNN or some similar outlet so a story on the Remergence Of The Polo Shirt! or Tennis Shirt! Cannot recall which, but I

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            • jello333 says:

              Back when my kids were in high school and Jr high, the school board voted to ban… Doc Martin boots. Oh, and considered banning “skate” shoes too, like Stussy. “Gang attire”, dontcha know?!

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      • vladdy says:

        Disagree that he was not informed; he said there were some fine people, speaking of those who showed up to protest statues taken down, and most Americans would agree. The press just told it wrong (purposefully, as always)

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    • mj_inOC says:

      6×47, You and fellow treepers are correct, we conservatives had enough sense to stay away once we knew who organized the event… plus the person who died was struck by a speeding car.

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      • 6x47 says:

        … a speeding car fleeing an angry mob, where a man had just pointed a gun at the driver. The Dodge Challenger (looked pretty nice on TV, actually an 11 years old hooptie) which ran into another car in an intersection illegally blocked by … left wing protestors.

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        • jogreggre says:

          I believe the car hit a stopped car which in turn plowed into another stopped car, which plowed into the crowd and killed the woman and injured others. The driver of the car was a 20 year old idiot white supremacist (one of the smallest and least supported political movements in America, although you’d never know that from the media). Anti-fas attacked the car, and the driver panicked and hit the gas. Of course, all of these facts, as well as that the organizer was a former OWS leader, were buried by the press. As was the fact that President Trump was referring not to Nazis/white supremacists but to the pro-statue/pro-history groups when he said there were fine people on both sides. Of course, the press understood this perfectly but deliberately and disingenuously used it as a cudgel with which to beat PT over the head.

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          • 6x47 says:

            CNN has a pretty good video montage that includes 2 angles of the Challenger: One of it driving down clear streets heading towards the intersection: Another from inside the intersection, showing cars creeping along through a sea of protestors chanting “Who’s streets? Our streets!” … until they are rear ended by the Challenger, causing the chain reaction accident that injured many and killed the woman.

            But while it was certainly reckless and showed clear disregard for the pedestrians he mowed down, it’s wasn’t a “ramming attack”.

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          • vladdy says:

            Thanks for that truth. Isn’t it odd how the left uses “whitesupremacist” like it’s all one word that means “racist”? I mean there are black supremacists, female supremacists, Hispanic supremacists, muslim supremacists…but from listening to the left, you’d never know that “supremacist” was the main word, with “white” not part of it, but just an adj describing what kind. I really don’t think they know that.

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        • L Lee says:

          To this day, the local press here say it was 3 people who were killed, as though the helicopter crash deaths were caused by the rally. No news of what really happened that made the helicopter crash. I’m assuming a mechanical malfunction or pilot error. Probably will never know- it doesn’t fit the picture they were trying to present to the public.

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    • Robert Rogers says:

      The “organizer” was an Occupy Wallstreet guy who supposedly switched sides. Soros was likely bankrolling at least a part of both sides.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      Reports said the white supremacists arrived on the same six buses as BLM and Antifa in a convey. They were intermingled on the buses and separated once off the buses. They used cardboard shields with wooden weapons so as to not hurt each other.
      The leader of these white supremacists is Jason Kessler who was Antifa until the week after Trump won in 2016, then he created the white supremacists.
      Can you spell George Soros?

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      • Farmkid says:

        This is pretty “out there” I saw a replay of a black guy bouncing off the trunk of a car that had careened into the crowd.
        At slow-mo close up it sure looked like stunt work, a hip belt and supporting cable hanging from an adjacent pole. The other bit was a you tube video showing the pro statue marchers being very concerned that all ways out were blocked and the police funneled them toward the antifa crowd, essentially blocking all pathways out. I can’t say anything was real but I can’t cut the opposition any slack snymore.

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  2. bitterlyclinging says:

    Baracky Obammunist appointed Tom Perez as DNC Head to do precisely what he has done, create the mob. He’s done everything the Obammunist expected him to, now all the Obammunist needs is a spark.

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  3. deguello13 says:

    Unbalanced D’rats scratching at the door of SCOTUS is emblematic of the lunacy and desperation of Lefty mob.

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  4. Mike diamond says:

    Yes it’s a left wing radical mob,CNN won t admit it,because they encourage the mob,they love the radical left wing mob!but we know the truth,and the truth has set us free!

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  5. Mike diamond says:

    CNN can t handle the truth ! Dear Cnn, it was a angry left wing mob!

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  6. jogreggre says:

    And what about the Bernie Sanders/Rachel Maddow fan who went to the baseball practice in Virginia last year, intending to kill as many Republicans as possible, shot five of them, and nearly killed Rep. Steve Scalise, who after an extended hospitalization, still needs two canes to walk? How about the nutcase who attacked Sen. Rand Paul, resulting in Sen. Paul’s hospitalization?

    The Left = Violence, always have, always will

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  7. Robert Rogers says:

    Socialists always believe their own altered concept of reality and YOU are racists (or add shocking label here ) if you do not believe their fantasies. More people are seeing thru their BS despite of MSM and all the tech companies assisting in the propoganda.

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  8. pochas94 says:

    Mobs are what we had before we had civilization and they will inevitably act to deconstruct civilization, as we are seeing today.

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  9. Keith Harbaugh says:

    “Before there were Democrat Socialists it was the Antifa mob, Revolution Communism (RevCom), the Black lives Matter mob, the Dream Defenders mob, the Occupy Wall Street mob, Anarchists, the Weather Underground, the KKK, etc. ….it is all the same political leadership.”

    Whoa! I agree with most of what sundance writes, but equating the KKK to the various left-wing groups sd correctly identifies is wrong, wrong, wrong.
    They, for example the Weather Underground, were strongly anti-racist organizations who hated and bitterly opposed the KKK.
    If you need proof of that, read, for example, Underground by former Weather Underground leader Mark Rudd.
    Or the left-wing use of the term “Amerikkka” as an epithet.
    See also the long-term left-wing organization ANSWER – “Act Now to Stop War and End Racism”.
    All these are bitter enemies of the KKK.
    As to me, my knowledge of the ideology, nature, and motivation of left-wing radicalism arose in my years as a graduate student at Brandeis University from September 1967 to January 1973.
    Plenty of radicalism there (Herbert Marcuse had been a faculty member, e.g.).

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