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Bill Ayers: Chicago anti-Trump protest was “fire from below”

Bill Ayers: Chicago anti-Trump protest was “fire from below”

What you saw in Chicago was just the start.

https://legalinsurrection.com/2016/03/bill-ayers-chicago-anti-trump-protest-was-fire-from-below/

Rebel Pundit was at the Chicago anti-Trump protest, where he waded into the crowds and got some great footage of who the protesters really are and what they want.

He also found Bill Ayers and interviewed him.

It’s going to be a longer video, but here is a trailer of things to come.

LANGUAGE WARNING – NSFW

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I don’t know about you, but it looks like the Hitler youth were outside the rally, not the folks who were inside because they wanted to hear Trump.
All of the conversation has been about how divided the Republicans are, but how are these protesters going to come together with the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsuit to elect either Hillary or Bernie?

    Milhouse in reply to elliesmom. | March 14, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    No, the blackshirts were inside the rally. The reds were outside. When you have a Battle of Cable Street there’s nobody to root for. You just wish both sides the best of luck.

      This is me in reply to Milhouse. | March 14, 2016 at 2:44 pm

      No, there wasn’t any governemt controlled black shirts on the inside just those trying to defend democracy from people who want to keep this lawless government in place.

      BLM leaders meet many times with Obama so people can draw their own conclusions about who’s running the show.

      Common Sense in reply to Milhouse. | March 18, 2016 at 5:48 am

      The civil war is about to start! So you better be prepared for the upheaval.

In other words, this summer is going to be a summer of Riots…. (no matter who the Republican nominee is, protest movements have a momentum of their own).

Its time for the Republican party to stand up for its voters, and time to excommunicate anybody who makes excuses for the protestors.

Remember: Ronald Reagan turned the hoses on the protestors. His strength with the protestors bought us 30 years of peace.

After the way Democrats and their proxies behaved in Wisconsin you had to have known this agitation was coming, Donald Trump or not. The paid protesters have had plenty of R&R since their Wisconsin antics. They’re well organized, undoubtably well funded, and will receive all of the media attention they desire. It will be interesting to see how the Republican candidates react to this new phase of the game. Shrink and pander to the “unrest” or punch back even harder?

So, the “smash monogamy” retreads have a go-to political argument, which is “F**k you.”

This got old when I was in college, which is why the people just a couple of years ahead of us complained bitterly about how “apathetic” we were.

I wasn’t apathetic. I wanted a home, and a life, and a family. I wanted a career, and the resources to exercise the freedoms I enjoyed in this country.

I reject the moral authority of vapid 60s retreads to tell me how to order my life.

    legacyrepublican in reply to Valerie. | March 14, 2016 at 11:02 am

    I encountered a black hiker in New Hampshire years ago who, once he found out that I have an Irish surname, was excited because I must be against the English.

    I told him that I did not support any organization that thought blowing up a 6 year old boy buying flowers for his mother was a good idea.

    This black man was clearly a communist who was into identity politics. He heard I was Irish. So I must be a fellow revolutionary.

    He hated hearing that I sided with the English.

    This is what the “free love” of the 60s brought us. Screw anyone without any commitment as long as it makes you feel good.

So fire from below means money and organization from above. Soros has bought and paid for Ayers but didn’t get his money’s worth. He wanted shots of ‘Trump’s thugs’ and instead only his own were rioting.

The way the media and low information folks are blaming Trump you’d think he organized the riots. Americans are going to look at this and say, “Hell yes I am voting Trump. Nobody pushes Americans around”.

In the long run they couldn’t have been better advertisement. Unless they are cowards. Cowards cut and run from anything.

    Americans are going to look at this and say, “Hell yes I am voting Trump. Nobody pushes Americans around”

    This seems to be a common fantasy among Trump fans, but I don’t know how accurate it is.

    I’ve seen a lot of anonymous screen names pop up on blogs claiming that until yesterday, they were committed Cruz/Rubio/Kasich supporters, but because of Chicago, now they’re definitely voting Trump. But they smell a lot like the astroturfing “concern trolls” of 2008: “I’m a concerned conservative Christian and until now, I was a lifelong Republican, but Obama is doing this really amazing thing [or McCain/Palin are doing this really awful thing], so…”

    But when it comes to people who’ve been commenting a while (not just one-off new accounts), and who have previously made their political preference for Cruz/Rubio/Kasich over Trump clear, I’m not seeing slews of them suddenly ditching all the reasons they had for supporting Cruz/Rubio/Kasich and hopping on the Trump Train.

    I agree that the extra free media coverage may help him with low-information voters who haven’t given much thought to the process till now, but I can’t really see it changing the hearts & minds of the 60% of Americans who just plain don’t like the man.

      elliesmom in reply to Amy in FL. | March 14, 2016 at 12:32 pm

      Amy, I’ve been in the “there’s nobody running I want to vote for” group”, which puts me in the “who do I want to vote against most” column. That would be the political establishment. The events of the recent past are leading me to I don’t want Hillary or Bernie, where I might have been willing to vote for Bernie to send a message to the Democrats about what I think of their party. Now I don’t want Bernie and his supporters anywhere near the White House. Not even on a tour. So I won’t risk voting for him. Which leads me to who would the Republican Party least like to see their nominee? That would be Trump. So I guess I’m one of the people who have decided to become a Trumpster.

      forksdad in reply to Amy in FL. | March 14, 2016 at 2:17 pm

      I can’t say this was the event that made me a Trump voter. It was Carson’s endorsement. I was a Carson supporter. I would have voted for Trump or Cruz.

    Merlin in reply to forksdad. | March 14, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    This is the phase of the game where Republicans have been epically ineffective in the past. Republicans love to play by yesterday’s rules. Pre-Trump Republicans simply have no smash-mouth component to their game. A little mild trash-talking now and then that quickly gets walked back, but they’re very uncomfortable actually engaging their opponents.

    The Age of Obama has forever changed the rules of American politics and the Left continues to demonstrate they will do whatever it takes to win. The Left isn’t looking for converts. Their antics are designed to intimidate those with delicate sensibilities in order to drive them from the political process. They want you to take your ball and go home. We’re on a rather nasty arc that is going to become extremely ugly if we hope to succeed in placing a Republican in the White House, salvaging the Supreme Court, and yanking America off of its current path. The Left is not going to retreat in cordial surrender.

Char Char Binks | March 14, 2016 at 10:48 am

The fire rises.

Sammy Finkelman | March 14, 2016 at 11:17 am

Bill Ayers: Chicago anti-Trump protest was “fire from below”

He knows better.

This was organized from above.

Ayres is nothing more than a 60s thug has been. He was a loser then and continues to be one now. His only “skills” were in agitation, disruption and bomb making. He should have been jailed.

I wonder if Little Billy even recognizes HE is now the Establishment?

    They never do! lol 😀

    Merlin in reply to SeniorD. | March 14, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    Of course he does! It’s HIS ideology that occupies the White House and directs the country’s ruination. His ideology has left its fingerprints all over the globe in a rather short period of time. His radicalism advanced to the absolute pinnacle of world power while his opponent’s sheep were herded to and fro chasing a mythical brand of conservative purity. The sleazy bastard laughs hysterically while his opponents bang their keyboards.

Remember the lefts reaction for when President Clinton is protested when half the country knows she should be in jail. This is assuming the DOJ refuses to prosecute what will likely be a slam dunk case handed to her by the FBI.

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