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DC Mob Trots Out Trump Effigy on Guillotine

DC Mob Trots Out Trump Effigy on Guillotine

So peaceful

https://twitter.com/ShelbyTalcott/status/1299170978233298946

Thursday night, the mob brought a guillotine and plopped it in front of the white house, along with an effigy of the president. Attached to the effigy was a paper that read: “Ticket — Fascist, Rapist, Criminal.”

Also:

Tell me again how peaceful these “protests” are.

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It’s as if they know the election is already lost.

2smartforlibs | August 28, 2020 at 10:39 am

Dear LOW IQ you violated TITLE 18 USC 871. That’s a big boy’s crime.

    Let’s all not hold our breaths while we wait for Barr to spring into action!

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to MarkS. | August 28, 2020 at 11:01 am

      “Wait, wait…! I’m changing the reeds in the chanters, then, one more stanza of Scotland the Brave! Be right there…!”

    GatorGuy in reply to 2smartforlibs. | August 28, 2020 at 1:32 pm

    I’m wondering if there’s another Title 18 section, dealing instead with the intent to harm or maim, via a bodily representation of, the POTUS or VPOTUS, rather than with a written document. That would seem more applicable to and sufficient for the given facts — if the attached paper, reading “Ticket . . .” isn’t substantive or primary enough.

    Milhouse in reply to 2smartforlibs. | August 31, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    No, they did not. This is absolutely classic protected speech, of exactly the sort that the founders themselves engaged in, and explicitly intended to protect. They are not threatening anything.

    “If they ever make me carry a rifle the first man I want to get in my sights is L.B.J.”. Protected speech.

LOL, these are the same pathetic pussies that get triggered by a garage door pull in the shape of a noose.

    Morning Sunshine in reply to Paul. | August 28, 2020 at 10:53 am

    or a presidential mask on a rodeo clown

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Paul. | August 28, 2020 at 11:03 am

    … and so incompetent they’d try lynching someone with a garage door pull. Or, try suicide by a razor to the wrist, A razor branded “Norelco”.

      Incompetent . . . killers. You conflate a moronic clumsiness with an incapability to do evil, for some curious reason.

      I wouldn’t have thought the Clockwork Orange gang of droogs to be so coordinated and efficient in horrifically raping and severely maiming a peaceful couple in the British countryside when seeing them clown around clumsily, lackey-like and foolishly in some nearby, urban locale.

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | August 28, 2020 at 3:12 pm

      Wish I could delete this after reconsideration.

      You always knew Christmas was getting close when you saw Santa on his Norelco riding through the snow. Old Man Biden, ho ho ho, has inspired more people to vote for Trump than anything else, clearly Trump is Biden’s Christmas gift to America.

    tom in reply to Paul. | August 28, 2020 at 5:40 pm

    I just gotta say , In my 40 years working in the construction industry I’ve never seen anything other than a simple overhand knot at the end of a garage door pull rope. Who the hell ties a noose?

Connivin Caniff | August 28, 2020 at 10:49 am

Don’t think they wouldn’t really do it. Without trial or hesitation.

Off topic but here is the court document for Kyle Rittenhouse:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m9sDjYr1Nj_fpFr9bTycWPG8tS2aPDeL/view

This action is a clear statement that the people promoting the violence are not Americans. The Guillotine has no tradition in the US. The US equivalent would be tar and feathers or hanging.

I think it is purposeful, a kind of identifier or signal to their compatriots overseas.

    OctaviusA in reply to Valerie. | August 28, 2020 at 11:38 am

    As alluded to by another person posting, the use of the guillotine is purposeful and bespeaks their connection and adoration of the French Revolution and particularly The Terror phase of the revolution. Marx was fond of the French Revolution as were/are his disciples. They clearly see the current events in the U.S. as an opportunity to try once again to start a nationwide, and ultimately, worldwide revolution. Look around, what you see is the product, for the most part, of the modern American university. All that money spent on education yet they’ve learned very little.

      MarkSmith in reply to OctaviusA. | August 28, 2020 at 12:59 pm

      It started with Jefferson, which is the party of the slavery and KKK, which morphed in to the Democratic Party of today.

      Nothing has changed.

      Federalist need to Rule again

    GatorGuy in reply to Valerie. | August 28, 2020 at 1:16 pm

    From one presidential effigy to another: from a Teddy bear to a Hannibal Lecter-like-masked, OMB figure; these bizarre demos — still grotesque and ghoulish, and thematically from beyond our coasts, indeed — are getting more palpably ominous, and fast.

    Smart, and prudent read.

    Better to suspect a RICO violation, etc (than to impute any clownish and harmless incompetence to, or find any comedic or cartoonish qualities in this clear showing of, at bottom, a security-threatening, capable, and thus sinister intent to harm or deprive of life or limb — ie, criminal assault and mayhem).

    It is neither gratuitous nor hyperbolic, neither hypothetical nor theoretical to find these savages as being comfortable and of a piece with these gory diabolus ex machina scenes, and, thus, arguably and potentially, if not demonstrably, malevolent.

    It’s time to ruin their appetite and lust for power and blood by any means they deem necessary. Hopefully the Secret Service is already on it.

      zennyfan in reply to GatorGuy. | August 28, 2020 at 2:58 pm

      If the best the DOJ can manage against an FBI lawyer who altered an email used to support a FISA warrant application is making a false statement, why would you think it could make a RICO case against a mob?

        GatorGuy in reply to zennyfan. | August 28, 2020 at 5:17 pm

        I get how you feel and understand the pitch of your point.

        Anyway, my answer is: the respective facts in these very different cases — no more, no less.

        And the rule of law (whatever’s left of it, if any is left) would guide the finding of facts to which the applicable section(s) in the criminal code would apply. Nice in theory, I know.

        I can only hope justice will be done. I’m not confidant today it will be.

      JusticeDelivered in reply to GatorGuy. | August 28, 2020 at 4:11 pm

      “are getting more palpably ominous, and fast.”

      All their leaders and most certainly their closest associates need to be eliminated.

      Declare this an insurrection, deal with them as enemies. Do this at the Federal level, bypassing Soro’s stooges.

        “All their leaders and most certainly their closest associates need to be eliminated.”

        Or investigated, maybe arrested, and threatened with serious prosecution — and then, showing reasonableness, listen to their baby cries to learn who’s running this off-shore-controlled revolt. I don’t have to tell the FBI how to do their job, but do it, they must!

        Racketeering, Influence, Criminal Organization — RICO’S the way, if the facts support its application. Or whatever else we could use in the criminal code to expose and eliminate this growing, cruddy slime on our society.

        Sleazy American corporations: Are you ready to help your patronizing (ie, supportive) consumers and fellow citizens, rather than your criminal pals in BLM? Are you ready to act like real Americans and support the good guys while you earn your dough, rather than the RICO-statute-violating, protection-scheme-installing gangsters with whom you’ve recently cozied up? It’s crunch time, guys.

“Bloodthirsty but mostly peaceful protests at White House” –CNN Chyron

Some people need to read up on how the French Revolution unfolded. I used the guillotine on thee, now it’s being used on me.

Meanwhile, there’s a big march going on today in DC (the 57th anniversary of MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech) which will get a lot of news coverage and will allow the media to ignore the violence and intimidation that has been going on and will keep going on in DC, usually at night, as well as elsewhere in the country.

Also, I’m sure a lot of Americans today are wondering what the Hatch Act is, due to the mass apoplexy the media is having after last night.

“Tell me again how peaceful these “protests” are.”

MOSTLY peaceful. As in “With all due respect, we plan to burn down this country and kill all the white people!” shouted at the top of their lungs at any white people they may perchance run into while looting and pillaging. They mean well.

“Ticket — Fascist, Rapist, Criminal”

This isn’t an argument. It isn’t even a tantrum. At least when a juvenile throws a tantrum, it’s clear what the object is.

But what is it that these children want? They certainly can’t want to put the senile creepozoid in the Oval Office—leaving him with the Nuclear Football to play around with—but that’s hardly something anyone with a functioning nervous system would want.

Perhaps they’re trying to convince Americans to vote “present”.

Kinda of funny, The Cat Loving Jacobin that use to post here and call everyone Alt-Right gets to see the Jacobin Anti-Trumpers in full force.

But if you find a looped knot on a rope connected to a sliding overhead door, the leftist world has to stop spinning until we find out which reprobate suggested such violence.

    tom in reply to Andy. | August 28, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    Mr.40 years working in the construction industry here again.
    There is no such thing as a “sliding overhead door”

Hate filled, vicious savages.
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Why is this not a terroristic threat and a felony?

    GatorGuy in reply to Servius. | August 28, 2020 at 2:06 pm

    We all hope, at least, the AG’s got a few choice squads already on it. Senator Rand, after nearly losing, along with his wife’s, his own life last night while walking to the White House event, already strongly suspects the foreign, paid and organized element in play.

    The DOJ & FBI have enough possible malfeasance and misfeasance to deal with as regards Durham’s inquiries. They’d be hard-pressed, to say the least, trying to wiggle their nonfeasant regulatory asses out of this one, should they drop the ball here for no due work, rather than the bad and improper work from before, too.

    Milhouse in reply to Servius. | August 31, 2020 at 7:59 pm

    Because it’s not a true threat. Hanging someone in effigy is a classic and time-honored tradition in American politics, and the founders not only fully intended the first amendment to protect it, they engaged in it themselves.

When you see a guillotine you think, “heads will roll.” But don’t forget the man the guillotine was named after died on the guillotine.

    drednicolson in reply to UserP. | August 28, 2020 at 11:53 pm

    At the time of its invention, it was considered a more humane method of execution, because it consistently delivered full decapitation in one drop of the blade. The traditional axe-man could miss the “sweet spot” and deflect off bone, have a dull blade, be drunk or fatigued, or otherwise require more than one stroke to get the job done.

    For this reason, Henry VIII’s ill-fated wife Anne Boleyn’s last request was for her own execution to be carried out by a French swordsman.

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