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Sen. Rand Paul and others attacked by DC mobs after leaving Trump speech

Sen. Rand Paul and others attacked by DC mobs after leaving Trump speech

“Just got attacked by an angry mob of over 100, one block away from the White House. Thank you to @DCPoliceDept for literally saving our lives from a crazed mob.”

https://twitter.com/BGOnTheScene/status/1299222962252533760

Sen. Rand Paul and his wife, along other others who attended Trump’s acceptance speech at the White House, were attacked and harassed by mobs as they departed.

Here is video of Paul being attacked:

It wasn’t just Senator Paul who was targeted:

https://twitter.com/dbongino/status/1299307297924153344

As is now normal, white rioters and protesters targeted black police officers for abuse:

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I have not wanted to be older than my age since I was 10. Now, I wish I were 80 or 85 and ready to depart the earth. I don’t want to see what’s next.

The Neo-KKK is protesting, invading, assaulting, looting (i.e. redistributive change), intimidating granny, men, women, and children, too. Send your capital to Some, Select Black Lives Matter, but carbon credit indulgences, or pay for protection from another faction in the sociocorporate racket. This is not lost in a black hole… whore h/t NAACP

All Lives Matter #BabyLivesMatter

    n.n in reply to n.n. | August 28, 2020 at 9:19 am

    “Stop killing us” There is at least one persons who agrees. The first, second, third, fourth choice. The Pro-Choice, selective, opportunistic quasi-religion (“ethics”), not limited to the wicked solution, diversity (e.g. systemic racism, sexism), etc.

Bring back the use of firehoses.

    legacyrepublican in reply to MAJack. | August 28, 2020 at 9:28 am

    Spouting real fire too.

    TrickyRicky in reply to MAJack. | August 28, 2020 at 9:35 am

    What about K9 units? I’m not talking Labrador chow hounds like mine, I’m talking ten or twenty like Conan, the Malinois that took out al-Baghdadi. Sic ’em!!

      Anonamom in reply to TrickyRicky. | August 28, 2020 at 12:48 pm

      Excellent point. I’ve seen 1 Scooby-on-a-leash disperse a HUGE crowd of disorderly ghetto partiers who were completely indifferent to deputies. K9 are an amazing force-multiplier.

      iconotastic in reply to TrickyRicky. | August 28, 2020 at 6:01 pm

      I have little doubt that these attacks were known in advance by the DC mayor. She very likely ensured a minimal police presence with orders to limit response. The feds seem to think the is acceptable in the federal city so why should I care? The BLM-antifa party is using extortion now to convince voters to vote for BLM-antifa candidates like Harris/Biden.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to MAJack. | August 28, 2020 at 10:08 am

    Where aree Sheriffs Clark and Connor when we really need them?

The new face of the party of Joe Biden. Joe can’t win by blaming Trump for these people’s actions the way that he did on AC360 where he claimed that this is a ploy by Trump to make him look like a champion of law enforcement.

People who are smart enough to successfully complete a mail in ballot are smart enough to know that Biden is full of schifft.

Trump in a landslide 2020!

Well, this is more evidence that this fall is likely going to be a growing sh1t-show of violence against good, ordinary American citizens who carry with them the “unpardonable sin” of actually loving this country.

Question is, how much of that crap will people be willing to continue taking, and for how long?

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to UJ. | August 28, 2020 at 10:11 am

    At least part of the reason none are rertaliation now is: they know that the police will be there to arrest them for defending themselves, rather than arresting the ones attacking them.

    Police are under no obligation to help the attacked, and, as they like that paycheck, pension, immunity, and ability to carry a sidearm when that same is denied to the peasantry, they will obey orders. That is whether those orders are to arrest you for self-defense, or to scream “raus! RAUS!” while prodding you into the trucks at the point of a bayonet.

RightStuff1944 | August 28, 2020 at 9:59 am

Looks like there were a lot of self-loathing white folks among the “protesters” who were clearly pushing the envelope on what protesting is.

First, I blame the Democrats and RINO’s for allowing this. Second, the law is clear, apply it.

Stalking Section 22-3133

An individual is guilty of stalking if the individual deliberately acts in a manner that is directed at a specific person, and:

(1) The intent of the course of conduct is to cause that person to

(a) Suffer emotional distress, or;

(b) Fear for the person’s own safety or that of another person, or;

(c) Become very alarmed, frightened, or disturbed;

(2) While the individual knows that his/her course of conduct would cause the targeted person to reasonably feel (a) through (c) described above (i.e. the targeted person would actually be afraid of the individual), or;

(3) While the individual should have known his/her course of conduct would make a reasonable person feel (a) through (c) described (i.e. any objective, reasonable person faced with the same conduct would be fearful of the individual).

A course of conduct is not easy to define. Rather, a totality of circumstances must contribute across more than one action to constitute an evident pattern. Evidence that portrays one’s actions as being caused by reasonable factors (like employment) may help contest the prosecution’s claim that one engaged in a course of conduct. In addition, stalking requires intent to make someone else feel distressed, alarmed, or fearful, or that the individual knew or should have known that the targeted person would feel that way.
Penalties

The penalty for stalking is up to $2,500 in fines and/or up to one year in jail.

The penalty for stalking is a fine of up to $12,500 and/or up to five years in prison IF:

The accused individual was prohibited from contacting the victim by a court order, parole order, or supervised release order, or;
The accused individual already had a prior conviction for stalking, in any jurisdiction, within the last 10 years (it does not matter who the individual was convicted of stalking), or;
The accused individual was stalking someone under 18 years old and the accused individual is at least four years older than the victim.
The accused individual was the cause of at least $2,500 in financial injury.

The penalty for stalking is a fine up to $25,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison IF the accused individual has at least two prior convictions for stalking. Again, this includes convictions in any jurisdiction and it does not matter who the individual was convicted of stalking.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to MarkSmith. | August 28, 2020 at 10:15 am

    Fine. There’s the law. 1). Who will do the arrests? 2) Who will send the cases to a grand jury? 3) What judge will mete out any penalty?

    Answers to all three: no one.

      which causes me to conclude that Kyle Rittenhouse might have the right idea

        ecreegan in reply to MarkS. | August 28, 2020 at 8:59 pm

        Kyle Rittenhouse is being prosecuted for murder with facts written into the affidavit which should get those charges thrown out on the grounds that the prosecution has already admitted to self-defense.

        Meanwhile, none of the rioters have been charged with anything, even the ones who are plainly guilty.

        Ergo, the DA is on the side of the rioters. Whether he wants the rioters to win or whether he’s too cowardly to charge them barely matters; the DA makes it safe to riot and unsafe to defend against the riot.

        The next step is a LOT uglier: go from unorganized militia protecting people with violence if necessary (which can’t be done anonymously) to outright vigilantes simply killing the criminals that the law refuses to touch (which can be done anonymously.)

      Grizzly,

      In answer to your question of who will ‘make arrests, send case to grand jury, what judge/court will try the case’:
      I like most hope the lawfully constituted Police, Prosecutors will do so.

      They certainly have the opportunity. Should they refuse to do so…well their ‘discretion’ IMO does not extend to classes of crimes. They would need to utilize ‘discretion’ on individual cases and circumstances.

      Should they continue to refuse to meet the societal compact of keeping the peace by utilizing the authority granted by the citizens then perhaps the citizens will reclaim that authority and act for themselves.

      I hope the folks who currently have been granted authority will weigh their actions in that light. If not then they shouldn’t be surprised and certainly can’t be upset that the citizens act to protect themselves and their communities.

      Groups that act in spite of LEO, DA, courts are vigilante. On the other hand groups that act where LEO, DA and courts refuse to exercise their responsibility have simply reclaimed the responsibility previously delegated.

      Again I would sincerely hope that the folks in charge will come to realize that while they may be willing to stand aside and refuse to act against anarchist mobs there are many citizens who will not. There is still time for these folks to reverse course and fulfill their duty. Hopefully they do so.

        The Friendly Grizzly in reply to CommoChief. | August 28, 2020 at 11:56 am

        Good commentary. But, from what I am seeing in our major cities and counties, the vigilantes will be what society will have to rely on.

        Those vigilantes wish to defend the peace and order of their communities; they do not have elections to win. They don’t run scared when some “reverend” or “community leader” snaps his fingers. Should either make threats, the vigilantes will respond in a manner the “authorities” will not.

          Grizzly,

          Thanks but to clarify, when officials abdicate their responsibility and refuse to act, IMO they have surrendered their authority. The authority then devolves back to the.citizenry from whence it was derived.

          That being the case the citizens who act are not vigilantes, they are exercising their authority.

          An example of actual vigilante action would be a mob breaks into the jail to lynch prisoners before or during the trial. Another example would be the anarchists who intervene to ‘unarrest ‘ their comrades as we have witnessed recently.

          Citizens acting when officials refuse to do so is not, IMO a vigilante act. That doesn’t mean the citizens are free to impose a sentence but they can certainly make an arrest under that circumstance. In the course of that arrest the citizens are certainly allowed to utilize minimum amount of force.

          The Friendly Grizzly in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | August 28, 2020 at 3:27 pm

          To CommoChief: thsbk you, and thst is how i understood it despite my usr of the term vigilante.

        Barry Soetoro in reply to CommoChief. | August 28, 2020 at 9:22 pm

        Every patriot needs to acquaint himself with use-of-force and citizen’s-arrest laws in his jurisdiction.

      Yep… it is DC. Harare West.

I think if Trump wins, please dear Fod, he will unleash the hounds from hell… until then , unfortunately, he has his hands tied.
Mi must say, where the help was the protection for these people? That was unforgivable.

Sean Davis @seanmdav

Say what you will about the NBA, NHL, and MLB, but it was really
thoughtful of them to clear the decks tonight so everyone could watch
Trump’s speech at the RNC instead of sports.

https://twitter.com/seanmdav/status/1299118385456967685

The time has long passed for dealing with this scum via bayonets and live ammunition.

Extra points awarded to the dramatic use of folks wearing backpacks labeled “Medic” and the fakers laying on the ground screaming “Medic! Medic!”
Pallywood comes to America

So what, if anything, can we do about this senseless violence (that is FAR REMOVED from any current perceived or actual “social justice” incident) if we are not willing, ready, and able to fire their violence with violence.

We’ve given them ample time to simmer down and they’re not. It’s time to wreak havoc and if the “authorities” are not willing to (would sure like an explanation as to WHY), this fine little republic of ours is DOOMED.

Do something, government, or quitcherbitching.

I am saddened to see that most of those posting to this thread are inadvertently taking Antifa’s bait hook, line, and sinker. The media also is ignorant of the teachings of Lenin and Mao. The media is similarly unaware that the rioters are following Mao’s template for revolution religiously. I explain the template at https://oberlinchaos.com/litigation/hall-of-shame/blm-antifa-maoist/

    TLDR

    They will not stop until we fight back. That may fit into their “playbook”, but when they are left dead and bleeding on the streets they will be defeated.

    Enough of this. It is time to put a stop to it. No one should be subjected to attacks leaving the White House or at their place of business or in the neighborhoods they live in. These are organized attacks and should be dealt with in the proper manner – assume they intend to cause you harm and defend your self.

      Actually I agree with you. Extreme actions are almost certainly going to be necessary. My central point is for the need to make very precise surgical strikes on the rats and kill as few innocent people as possible.

      The rats are desperately hoping for a violent reaction from the establishment that will kill a lot of innocent people and make martyrs out of them just like happened in Vietnam. The rats here are more than willing to die for their cause if enough innocent people get killed. They expect that this will cause an ever-growing outrage against the establishment and growing support the rats. It worked like a champ in Vietnam.

    CorkyAgain in reply to J.D.Nobody. | August 28, 2020 at 1:52 pm

    I think many of us are already familiar with the Marxist revolutionary strategies and tactics. But thank you for the article neatly explaining them; it should be useful to those few who are uninformed on the topic.

    But if you want to chide others for advocating the use of force to put down these riots, it behooves you to suggest an alternative. What else would you have us do?

Dhimmi-crats are the new National Socialists. I think it’s time that all decent, morally upright and sane people recognize this, irrespective of political affiliation, or, political leanings. The Dhimmi-crat Party has lost its collective mind, and, is now being controlled by goose-stepping, jackbooted, brownshirt thugs who have no compunction about using violence, intimidation and threats against anyone who doesn’t share their political beliefs. Just like the German National Socialists of the 1920’s and 30’s, on their path to total control of Germany.

Isn’t it time for Maxine Waters to be asked if her directions to the hoodlums to get in the faces of Politicians spawned the attack on Rand Paul and his wife? Who is brave enough to do it? Peter Dusey?

Sorry to say this, but I think it’s time to put an end to these riots by whatever means necessary.

Have Democrats ever criticized Antifa and the BLM group for their violence? Doesn’t that mean that the Democrats condone violance?

Yet corporations succumb to their extortion and give them money.

Time to tell these terrorist to go f themselves. They are their to create violence and intimudate.

Any of their events should be considered a threat to safety and when they confront anyone they should be considered a deadly threat and dealt with accordingly.

There are 19 videos of left-wing protestors harassing people after the Republican National Convention. Where are all the videos of right wingers harassing democrats after their convention?

they need to be met with force–regardless of the venue–proportional at first then more(up to and including lethal force)if necessary–they have shown(and continue to show)no tolerance or respect for others–enough–they need to learn that a couple or three hundred bucks isn’t worth a trip to the ER or a six week tour in icu–or, for the genuine psychopaths of antifa/blm/et al, a couple or three hundred bucks isn’t worth a trip to the morgue–it’s time to stop with the talking and start with the ” touching “

Someone needs to tell the guy with the “stop killing us” sign that for every black person killed by a white cop, about 500 are killed by other black people. They need to target their advertising a bit better, if saving black lives is their actual goal.

BierceAmbrose | August 29, 2020 at 11:16 am

Third time they’ve violently come at Rand Paul.

It’s like the small- government, “Why are we doing this, again?” – guy is the top of their list.

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