Keep videos of the violent Albuquerque anti-Trump protest in which several police officers were injured in your ‘Save’ file. It’s all you will ever need to know about how a D.C. administration run by a community organizer works.
“Police in riot gear and mounted patrol units faced off against a violent crowd of protesters outside a Donald Trump campaign event in Albuquerque Tuesday night. (FoxNews, May 25, 2016)
“Hours after Trump and some 4,000 of his supporters left the Albuquerque Convention Center, approximately 100 demonstrators remained in downtown. Smoke grenades were used in an effort to disperse the crowd, while protesters threw rocks, plastic bottles, burning T-shirts and other items at officers.
“Albuquerque police said on Twitter late Tuesday that “several” officers were being treated for injuries as a result of being hit by rocks. At least one person was arrested.
Inside the Trump rally, demonstrators shouted, held up banners and resisted removal by security officers. The banners included the messages “Trump is Fascist” and “We’ve heard enough.”
‘Progressives’ loyal to Barack Obama have reached ‘perfect storm’ time and are ready, willing and able to toss public peace into a bonfire that will rage out of control until he’s out of office.
About 35% the millennial generation between ages 18 and 34 live in Mom’s basement waiting for word on the next protest. (Business Insider, May 24, 2016)
Many in the millennial ranks think anarchy only happens in far away Venezuela. They don’t know what Marxism is and wouldn’t care if they did.
Fed the kind of on-running propaganda that fuels their discontent, they’re inconspicuous in Mama’s basement and unidentifiable behind face masks when pressed into street action.
Are protesters like the ones who turned out at Donald Trump’s Albuquerque campaign event tipped off to be there by the Obama administration?
“According to a New York Times Magazine interview with Ben Rhodes, the White House actively created a mainstream media “echo chamber” to bolster its pursuit of a disastrous nuclear deal with Iran. Now, recent news reports indicate that this echo chamber was created in cooperation with the Ploughshares Fund, a group that influenced the mainstream media to advocate for the deal by sending hundreds of thousands of dollars to media organizations such as NPR, Mother Jones and The Nation, as well as to other like-minded groups.(AIM, May 25, 2016)
“We had test drives to know who was going to be able to carry our message effectively, and how to use outside groups like Ploughshares, the Iran Project and whomever else,” said Rhodes during his recent interview with The New York Times Magazine. “So we knew the tactics that worked.
“Ploughshares is a left-wing organization funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundations.
“What should raise more eyebrows was that Ploughshares didn’t limit its largess to like-minded groups about nuclear weapons…. Ploughshares and its chairman, Joe Cirincione, also dropped some serious coin on National Public Radio, to the tune of some $700,000 since 2005, with grants since 2010…specifically mentioning Iran,” notes Tom Nichols for The Federalist.
“NPR then had Cirincione on to explain the awesomeness of the nuclear deal, at least once forgetting to mention he’d given them several hundred thousand dollars.”
“The Obama administration has long succeeded in getting the media to ignore its many scandals, and to report faithfully and positively regarding its signature legacy items. It continues to convince reporters to try to make scandalous stories simply go away. Thus, it is not surprising that this administration was able to sell a deeply flawed Iran deal to the public, with the help of a corrupt news media.
“It has become more and more obvious that the Obama administration continues to seek to control the news cycle so that only favorable coverage of its policies makes it to print. And Ploughshares has been actively aiding the White House.”
Get ready for a Summer of Anarchy on the street, courtesy of the community organizer squatting on the White House.
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