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Anti-Trump Protesters Invade Classrooms at Georgetown

Anti-Trump Protesters Invade Classrooms at Georgetown

“This is what fascism will look like”

https://youtu.be/N9Hm4o9zjcI

Leftists are already descending on the Washington, DC area in anticipation of Trump’s inauguration on Friday. Some of them decided it would be a good idea to invade classrooms at Georgetown University.

Campus Reform reports:

VIDEO: Anti-Trump protesters disrupt Georgetown classrooms

Anti-Trump protesters disrupted multiple Georgetown classrooms last week in an effort to resist the presidency of Donald Trump.

Members of the RefuseFasicm.org movement infiltrated classrooms across campus including the Reiss and ICC lecture halls, where they distributed flyers and denounced the President-elect. The individuals, who were not affiliated with Georgetown University, continued their protest in Red Square before being removed from campus by GUPD.

Witnesses in Professor Arsenault’s International Relations class reported that two individuals pried open an exterior door and entered the ICC auditorium.

Harrison Nugent (SFS ’20) said that two men ran to the center aisle and passed out flyers, while bragging that they were the men who were arrested during Senator Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing…

In Professor Arsenault’s class, the protesters were forcibly removed by two teaching assistants, both of whom had prior military experience. The TAs grabbed the protesters and pulled them outside of the auditorium.

“This is what fascism will look like if we don’t act now,” the protesters shouted as they were removed from the room.

This video is fun to watch. It shows two protesters being ejected from a class:

The Campus Reform report concludes:

While no injuries resulted from the protests, some students were alarmed by the ease with which the protesters gained access to Georgetown classrooms.

“It is easy to feel like you are living in a secluded bubble on campus, and it is kind of scary that these random people made their way into my class,” one student told The Georgetown Review.

The left keeps claiming this is a special case because of Trump but I’m not buying it. I believe the left would be acting out in this manner no matter which Republican won.

The left thinks all Republicans are fascists. Bush, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Mitt Romney, etc.

It’s always the same.

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It amazes me how they do not see themselves as the fascists, the ones coming into your home, your classroom, disrupting and demanding.

    TX-rifraph in reply to LG. | January 18, 2017 at 7:32 am

    They are not “protestors.” They are rioters.

      TX-rifraph in reply to TX-rifraph. | January 18, 2017 at 7:35 am

      And, they know they are fascists. This is all an act. The Democrat Party as evolved into raw evil over the last several decades.

        Tom Servo in reply to TX-rifraph. | January 18, 2017 at 9:04 am

        Once you accept that “projection” is the psychological trick behind every thing that comes out of a progressives mouth, understanding them is easy. Case in point – the words of almost all of those in black leadership the last few days has been more viciously racist, towards other blacks, than almost anything that even the klan dared to say in the bad old days.

        Today’s black democrats are, in every practical way, the new Klan. And “protesters”, such as those reported above, are not different in any way than the german brownshirts of 80 years ago.

    Arminius in reply to LG. | January 18, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    It’s called DARVO.

    Deny, Attack, Reverse Victim and Offender.

    Lots of criminals, particularly sex offenders, do it subconsciously to avoid being held accountable for their crimes. They’ll deny they did anything wrong, attack anyone confronting them, then portray themselves to be the true victim of the wily 10 year old seductress.

    Muslims and fascists (but I repeat myself) adopt it consciously as a tactic. Hence they adopt the name “refusefascism,”a preemptive denial they are behaving in any way fascist. They attack the TAs who stopped their fascist assault into the classroom as somehow violating their free speech right to silence others, then of course they are the true victims of the real fascists. Those who stopped their disruption.

    Look, we call them special snowflakes, but this is the power of playing the victim. Think about that actor who rudely confronted audience-member Pence at a performance of the play “Hamilton.” He began by saying “I am afraid.” BS, he wasn’t afraid. People who truly live in a fascist regime that needs fighting don’t get on stage and publicly berate the no. 2 guy who is generally the one in charge of the gulag/concentration camp system.

    Or, consider, who are always the real victims whenever Islamic terrorists go on a killing spree? Why, of course; Muslims. It’s gotten so sick that when that Muslima in NYC filed a false police report about Trump supporters trying to tear off her hijab because she had broken her dad’s curfew, her supporters in the press still insisted she was still the real victim of those non-existent Trump supporters. I’m not good at pretzel logic, but the emoting went something like this. “Imagine how afraid she must be of the coming fascist Trumpian terror if she felt the need to go that length to highlight her plight?”

    One could argue that a sex offender engages in DARVO because they truly have something wrong in the head. But Muslims/fascists do this because they’re convinced the rest of us have something wrong in the head, and they can work with that.

    Considering how often gullible, mewling, sniveling journalists, academics, and pols react exactly as they want I think they may be onto something.

I wonder what would happen to these oblivious fascists if they tried such a protest in Singapore?

They probably don’t really think they’re all fascists, and it makes no difference.
They just say that to smear their names and to justify their despicable behavior.

    Tom Servo in reply to Exiliado. | January 18, 2017 at 9:11 am

    It is obvious once you understand what passes for leftist “morality”.

    To a leftist: “Evil” = Anything my political enemies do, say, or think, because they are all “evil” people. All my friends tell me so.

    To a leftist: “Good” = Anything me or my friends do, say, or think, because we are all “good” people, therefore by definition everything we do is “good”.

    The first corollary of this belief is that all of those things we call “laws” ONLY apply to the “Evil” people, the “Good” people like the leftists are of course exempt from them.

    Look at any series of events over the last few years, from the anti-Trump protesters to the Hillary server issue, and you will see how this is applied.

    What worries me the most is that it may indeed bring about real violence on a large scale for this to be wiped out. (it’s happened before, 1861 to be precise) Of course, the left is going to find out why their anti-gun ideology was a big mistake when that time comes.

“This is what fascism will look like if we don’t act now..”

You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

VetHusbandFather | January 18, 2017 at 9:44 am

[blockquote]The left keeps claiming this is a special case because of Trump but I’m not buying it. I believe the left would be acting out in this manner no matter which Republican won.

The left thinks all Republicans are fascists. Bush, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Mitt Romney, etc.[/blockquote]

Totally this. When I see people supporting the protests, I always ask them which specific policies from Trump initial 100 day plan they disagree with, and they either always fall back to the “he says mean stuff” or they point out disagreement with average GOP policy items. So basically this is just the norm with liberal politics now. Go back to Bush’s inauguration, same stuff just a turned a bit lower on the dial. This year they are getting more mainstream liberals to buy into their lunacy.

Char Char Binks | January 18, 2017 at 10:08 am

What fascism WILL look like? That’s what it looks like now.

I’m still trying to figure out how this ‘resists President Trump’. Only thing I can figure is that doing this is safer then protesting on the street where you might get a billy club upside the head.

People have to realize the amount of risk they run in today’s society. This is scary stuff, people.

The ultimate aim of the Global Establishment and other liberal/progressives is to destroy the United States of America. It has been that way since the 1960s. The US has to be reduced to anarchy, through actions leading to chaos. When this is achieved, controls can be imposed upon the population which will insure that the power of the Global Establishment will be secure. Joe Biden, in a rare moment of clarity made that abundantly clear at Davos, this week.

The Obama Presidency was well on the way to achieving that goal. The Balkinization of America was proceeding nicely; with racial, ethic, gender and sexual orientation groups pitted against one another and authority, in the person of local law enforcement, under attack. The manufacturing power of the US was being moved out of the country at a brisk pace, saving it from loss during the coming collapse. The dominant culture in America was being undermined by the unfettered migration of ethnic people who had no intention of assimilating into that culture. Then, along came Trump.

Now, not only is this plan coming to a screeching halt, but it is in danger of being reversed. And, this threat to the Global Establishment’s plans will be met by resistance in any manner possible. Politically, Trump has NO supporters among the elected politicians in this country, especially at the federal level. They are all in the pocket of the financial establishment. They will all resist implementing policies proposed by Trump. Watch for it. Organized “spontaneous” demonstrations will erupt repeatedly, mostly in cities where the liberal sheep reside and control the government. Charges of discrimination will continue to be made, regardless of the actual facts involved. Public accommodations and activities, including schools, will be disrupted. And, as time goes on, the level of violence in these activities will escalate. This is the same play book used by the NAZIs, other fascist groups and the communists. It is not new. Saul Alinsky published the blueprint for it decades ago.

The disruption will continue and increase throughout the Trump Presidency. It will become more violent. And, that violence will be directed at ordinary citizens to create fear. This will then be blamed on Trump and his administration, in an effort to stop it from rolling back the liberal/progressive’s gains in America. And, it is organized and controlled. The next four years will not be pleasant. So, be prepared for it.

Now, I know this sounds like pipe driven conspiracy paranoia. But, remember, just because you are paranoid does not mean that they are not out to get you. Be aware of the potential for social disruption and violence. If it doesn’t occur and we find ourselves surrounded by rainbows and unicorns, great. If not, well, you had fair warning. And, preparation reduces fear.

    Ragspierre in reply to Mac45. | January 18, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    “The manufacturing power of the US was being moved out of the country at a brisk pace…”

    Why do you insist on publishing outright lies? Just because some other idiot tells you bullshit, you have no business aping it without thinking and investigation.

    The US is manufacturing at an all-time high. Look it up.

    Don’t lie.

      Here is an article on this subject.

      http://www.themanufacturer.com/articles/decline-or-growth-making-sense-of-us-manufacturing-data/

      The two graphs are telling. The first graph shows that American manufacturing jobs are at the lowest point since the 1940s. And that they took a dramatic fall beginning around 1996. The second graph shows that US manufacturing production has remained reasonably steady since the mid-1980s. Automation can account for the maintenance of manufacturing volume with reduced manpower requirements. However, the global manufacturing economy has expanded significantly. And, many US companies have opened manufacturing facilities outside the US. The current expansion of the auto industry into Mexico is glaring example of that. This is industry being moved outside of the US.

      The US took a marked turn from being a producer society, based upon manufacturing and agriculture, to consumer society. This was directly related to the reduction in workers in production, and the stagnation of production in this country, and into service jobs. A service economy can not support a population, production of goods can.

      dunce1239 in reply to Ragspierre. | January 19, 2017 at 2:21 pm

      Tell me where i can buy an American made TV or could have for the last 30 years.

We just have to hope the numbers will be our favor when the shtf ,9mm ,45 ,223,243, 308 30-06.

We’ve just dealt with 8 years of social fascism.
It’s coming to an end.
The fascists know it. We know it.
The contemporary fear of the social fascist is that people will find out that Trump will actually do some good for American. If this happens the social fascists will be exposed and their control over the minions that keep them in power will be lost, never to be regained. So at all costs, even at the cost of damaging the country, the social fascist leaders cannot allow Trump to do anything good for this country.
That’s why they are paying $2,500 a head for people to protest at Trump’s Inauguration.

The professors did not do diddly squat. The invaders were not arrested, because the campus police were not called. Anyone passing out copies of our founding documents in public spaces on campus is promptly arrested at the behest of faculty.

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