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Thread: The OFFICIAL Inaugural Support and/or Protest March Thread

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    Exclamation The OFFICIAL Inaugural Support and/or Protest March Thread

    With so many going on, thought it would be better to combine 'em all in one.

    Meet the biker hosting the biggest pro-Trump demonstration at the inauguration

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local...357c4#comments

    By Perry Stein January 13 at 9:22 PM

    Chris Cox surveyed a small park near the U.S. Capitol, his German shepherd by his side. Wearing a Harley-Davidson jacket and a crocodile-skin cowboy hat adorned with the animal’s teeth atop his moppy, curly hair, Cox made for a particularly discordant sight in the heart of federal Washington on a misty weekend morning.

    But Cox had logistics to sort out, an Inauguration Day demonstration with motorcycle die-hards from across the nation to plan.

    The 48-year-old chain-saw artist from South Carolina was an early and enthusiastic supporter of President-elect Donald Trump. Now that his guy has won, Cox wants to ensure that the group he founded, Bikers for Trump, strengthens its political muscle during Trump’s presidency and beyond.

    The group obtained a permit for what is expected to be the largest pro-Trump rally held by a private group in the nation’s capital timed to the inauguration. Cox calls the planned event at John Marshall Park a “halftime rally” and said there will be speakers, musical performances and upward of 5,000 bikers in attendance.

    As he walked through the park with his dog, Trigger — the massive “Bikers for Trump” patch on the back of his jacket visible from every vantage — Cox began planning where to put the stage, the speakers and the portable toilets



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    Million Women March being planned for January 21, 2017 in D.C.

    http://nytlive.nytimes.com/womeninth...1-2017-in-d-c/

    On Friday, January 20 in Washington D.C., Donald Trump will be sworn in as the nation’s 45th president. The next day, a demonstration that aims to bring a million women and feminists to the nation’s capital will formally protest his inauguration as commander-in-chief. The idea for the mass protest, which will see marchers begin at the Lincoln Memorial and finish outside of the White House, is nascent — basic plans for the demonstration began popping up on Facebook within the last 24 hours. It appears the organizers are launching Facebook groups in individual states — so far 16 states have pages on the social media network. Organizers seemed to have some technical difficulties with the national page, so one of the local pages has been converted to what will now served as the national page.

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    Anarchists threaten to disrupt inauguration

    http://wtop.com/inauguration/2017/01...-inauguration/

    By Dick Uliano January 8, 2017 2:26 pm

    WASHINGTON — Next week hundreds of thousands of people will be in town to witness the inauguration of the nation’s 45th president. Police are promising a peaceful transfer of power, but some demonstrators are threatening to cause trouble.

    Anarchist groups in New York, Chicago and Seattle are among those who have signed an online pledge to try to disrupt the Jan. 20 inaugural ceremony and parade.

    “You will not be able to move around those areas and get close to interrupt things,” said Gary Byrne, a former U.S. Secret Service officer who worked prior inaugural security and was in Seattle in 1999 when anarchists mounted violent protests against the World Trade Organization.

    Byrne has also written about his time as a White House Secret Service officer during President Bill Clinton’s presidency in his book “Crisis of Character.”

    Byrne said that metal detectors would be deployed at various entry points to inaugural festivities, barring anyone from carrying anything dangerous inside the secured zone.

    D.C. interim Police Chief Peter Newsham said police were aware of the online threats and were ready and able to handle them. Newsham has promised a peaceful transfer of power on Inauguration Day.

    “I expect there will be some anarchists there, some protestors, that will become physical, and they will get arrested,” Byrne said.

    “They actually get training in countering police rioting tactics,” he said.

    More than 30 groups have applied for permits to protest at next week’s inauguration, and Byrne predicted that almost all the demonstrations would be peaceful.

    “It’s all about the troublemakers. If they show up to make trouble they will be arrested,” said Byrne.

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    Are they really anarchists or more likely socialists/communists?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seapilot View Post
    Are they really anarchists or more likely socialists/communists?
    Probably An-coms. They fancy themselves anarchists and communists. o_O
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Paul View Post
    The intellectual battle for liberty can appear to be a lonely one at times. However, the numbers are not as important as the principles that we hold. Leonard Read always taught that "it's not a numbers game, but an ideological game." That's why it's important to continue to provide a principled philosophy as to what the role of government ought to be, despite the numbers that stare us in the face.
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    Woman and Friends to Run 240 Miles From New York to DC in Support of Planned Parenthood

    Forget sitting in traffic on the way to the Women’s March on Washington over Inauguration weekend — Alison Mariella Désir is running her way from New York City to DC, all in support of Planned Parenthood.

    Désir was looking for a way to help the non-profit organization in response to members of Congress and the incoming presidential administration vowing to eliminate its funding.

    “I felt like, this is crazy (It is), but I should run from New York to DC for Planned Parenthood, because of the threat of it being defunded,” Désir, 31, tells PEOPLE. “It was so crazy that I was almost afraid to tell people about it, but I called my best friend and she immediately was like, ‘Yes, let’s do it.’ ”

    While running 240 miles is a large undertaking, it made sense for Désir, who founded the running group Harlem Runs in her hometown of Harlem, New York, and long turned to the sport in tough times.

    “I was thinking about what’s really important to me, and the ways that I’ve built community over the past few years, and for me that’s running,” she explains. “Running for me is really meaningful because I started running distance in 2012 after going through a period of depression. So running has always been a transformational experience for me.”

    And making the journey to raise money in support of Planned Parenthood during its time of crisis was a fitting choice, since the organization helped Désir’s friend years ago.

    “When I was in high school my class went on a trip to Spain, and one of the women I was with was raped while we were there, and when we got back, the only thing we knew of to do was Planned Parenthood,” Désir says. “If Planned Parenthood hadn’t been there, I don’t know what we would’ve done.”

    “And it’s not just instances of rape. Planned Parenthood is such an important resource for people — I knew that was always the intended cause.”
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/woman-fri...220844874.html
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Paul View Post
    The intellectual battle for liberty can appear to be a lonely one at times. However, the numbers are not as important as the principles that we hold. Leonard Read always taught that "it's not a numbers game, but an ideological game." That's why it's important to continue to provide a principled philosophy as to what the role of government ought to be, despite the numbers that stare us in the face.
    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    This intellectually stimulating conversation is the reason I keep coming here.

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    Bikers for Trump will form a "Wall of Meat"

    USE THIS SITE TO LINK ARTICLES FROM OLIGARCH MEDIA:http://archive.is/ STARVE THE BEAST.
    More Government = Less Freedom
    Communism never disappeared it only changed its name to Social Democrat
    Emotion and Logic mix like oil and water

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    After they crash a few balls they will attend a party of their own. I bet they would be really understanding if some dissenting group crashes theirs.

    USE THIS SITE TO LINK ARTICLES FROM OLIGARCH MEDIA:http://archive.is/ STARVE THE BEAST.
    More Government = Less Freedom
    Communism never disappeared it only changed its name to Social Democrat
    Emotion and Logic mix like oil and water



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    “So many people try to tell us what we can and cannot do with our bodies,”
    But you're perfectly OK with robbing people to fund your pet project.

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    Jeez, it's nothing short of a miracle this thing even got off the ground, lol.

    ...

    The focus of the march has been a work in progress since the idea of a Washington mobilization first bubbled up from a number of women's social media posts in the hours after Trump's election.

    The group's November application for a march permit summed up its purpose as to "come together in solidarity to express to the new administration & Congress that women's rights are human rights and our power cannot be ignored."

    That phrasing rankled some who thought it was tied too closely to Hillary Clinton, the defeated Democratic nominee, whose famous Beijing speech as first lady declared that "women's rights are human rights." The fact that the initial march organizers were mostly white women also generated grumbling, this time from minorities. Gradually, the march's leadership and its mission statements have become more all-inclusive.

    Recent releases from march organizers state the event "intends to send a bold message to the incoming presidential administration on their first day in office, to leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and to the world, that we stand together in solidarity and expect elected leaders to act to protect the rights of women, their families and their communities."

    America Ferrera, leading the celebrity contingent for the march, rolled out a long list of concerns in a statement announcing her role.

    "Immigrant rights, worker rights, reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, racial justice and environmental rights are not special interests, they affect us all and should be every American's concerns," she wrote.

    Other prominent names involved with the march have put a spotlight on one concern — or another.

    Actress Scarlett Johansson, who plans to participate, put her focus on the incoming administration's intentions of "reducing the availability of women's health care and attacking her reproductive rights." Actress Debra Messing, listed as a supporter of the march, wrote of the need to protect Planned Parenthood.

    Expect thousands of the marchers to turn up wearing hand-knitted pink "pussyhats" — sending a message of female empowerment and pushing back against Trump's demeaning comments about women.

    Scan #WhyIMarch posts on social media, and you'll find a wide-ranging list of reasons. A sampling: equal pay for women veterans, fighting chauvinism, empowering daughters, renouncing racism, higher pay for women who are college presidents.

    Wadman, the California mom, tweeted a #WhyIMarch photo with her 4-month-old son and this note: "Because when my son asks me about this era of American history I don't want to tell him that I did nothing."

    Rutkowski, the American living in Norway, emailed that she's "not completely satisfied" with the mixed messages attached to the march.

    "I also don't like— from what I've seen in the news and on Facebook — the proclivity for infighting," she wrote. "But I believe that a quarter of a million female bodies — hopefully more, hopefully men, as well — will make the incoming administration and new Congress aware that we are watching, we are listening and we will resist."

    Carmen Perez, one of the march's national organizers, sees beauty in the many messages attached to the march: "Women don't live single-issue lives and we are thrilled to be joined by women who understand and reflect the intersecting issues for which we stand."
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/many-moti...141350577.html
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Paul View Post
    The intellectual battle for liberty can appear to be a lonely one at times. However, the numbers are not as important as the principles that we hold. Leonard Read always taught that "it's not a numbers game, but an ideological game." That's why it's important to continue to provide a principled philosophy as to what the role of government ought to be, despite the numbers that stare us in the face.
    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    This intellectually stimulating conversation is the reason I keep coming here.

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    Thousands of women sewing "pussyhats" for protest march.

    Now, if they'll make some sammiches and ball my socks while they're at it, we'll be in good shape.


    Progressives Prepping for Anti-Trump Woman’s March by Making ‘Pussyhats’

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-governm...ing-pussyhats/

    Progressive knitters and crocheters around the world are busy making “Pussyhats” to be worn by participants in the media-hyped Woman’s March to take place in Washington, D.C. as part of the organized left’s response to Donald Trump’s election.

    “Pussyhats” are pink, knitted, cat-ear headgear, and their manufacture and distribution are being undertaken by the Pussyhat Project, one of the “partners” listed on the website of the Woman’s March scheduled for January 21, 2017.

    As the Pussyhat Project’s flier helpfully points out:

    We love the clever wordplay of “pussyhat” and “pussycat,” but yes, “pussy” is also a derogatory term for female genitalia. We choose this loaded word for our project because we want to reclaim the term as a means of empowerment.

    The group goes on to point out their view that identifying people with female genitalia as females is considered a form of oppression, saying that “in this day and age, if we have pussies we are assigned the gender of ‘woman.’ Women, whether transgender or cisgender, are mistreated in society.”

    For those not keeping up with the latest leftist terminology, “cisgender” is defined as “a term for people who have a gender identity that matches the sex that they were assigned at birth.”

    As Breitbart News reported, the Planned Parenthood promoted protest is an anti-Trump, pro-abortion-on-demand event that organizers say will defend “the most marginalized among us.” The event doesn’t define unborn babies as among the “most marginalized among us” but it will include marchers wearing Pussyhats.

    The stated purpose of the Pussyhat Project is to give marchers “a means to make a unique collective visual statement” and to provide people not attending the march a way to “represent themselves and support women’s right.”

    For the DIYers out there, the Pussycat Project website provides instructions on how to create and register hats – as well as how to get hats to marchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzanimal View Post
    Jeez, it's nothing short of a miracle this thing even got off the ground, lol.
    I'll be amazed if it does.

    Linear thought and detailed planning to achieve a specific goal is sexist.

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    It will end up like any other supposed big march on DC anymore. Millions will be alleged to come. Hundreds will show. Cops will outnumber protestors. Nobody really gives a $#@! anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    It will end up like any other supposed big march on DC anymore. Millions will be alleged to come. Hundreds will show. Cops will outnumber protestors. Nobody really gives a $#@! anymore.
    Oh, I wouldn't be so sure of that.

    The left is very good at getting people out in the street.

    Now that the Magic Mulatto is gone, I would not be surprised to see a million anti war marchers out in force every other month.

    They've had eight years to rest up.

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    Sharpton leads DC civil rights protest ahead of Trump inauguration




    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefi...f-inauguration
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    Did not vote for any of this crap will be staying home in droves -those no good trouble makers.
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    There have been millions mobilized in past marches. How many people Sharpton drew?
    In glimpse of TV footage I saw yesterday, camera did not pan across and showed only few faces.

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    Your guide to inauguration demonstrations, marches and protests

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/expre...=.0b2b3f71d6fc

    By Sadie Dingfelder January 13



    Students in Montgomery County, Md., protested Donald Trump's election by walking out of class. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

    In addition to the official festivities and balls, a number of groups will be demonstrating around the Jan. 20 inauguration. Most oppose the Donald Trump administration, though at least one is in favor and one claims neutrality. Here are some of the largest, in chronological order:

    Anti-war/anti-nuke rally

    Franklin Square Park, I and K streets NW, between 13th and 14th streets; Jan. 19, 4-8 p.m.

    What it is: An anti-Trump rally (permit pending) with speakers including former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and a variety of punk and hip-hop groups, organized by the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign and the Revolutionary Road Radio Show.
    Their message: “We want to express our concern about buildup of nuclear weapons, especially in light of the recent statements made by Trump and the continued, failed war on terror,” says Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign spokesman Bruce Wright. “In our own country, we have neglected the poor and homeless for the sake of war.”
    If you go: The rally is part of an ongoing program of events set for Jan. 19-22, including a picnic and drum circle that Sunday at noon.

    #Trump420 march
    20th and P streets NW and then proceeding toward the National Mall; Jan. 20, 8 a.m.-4:20 p.m.
    What it is: Local marijuana advocacy group DCMJ will begin handing out 4,200 free joints (which is legal under D.C. law) to protesters at 8 a.m. The group will begin marching (without a permit) toward the National Mall at 10 a.m. with plans to light up 4 minutes and 20 seconds into Trump’s speech.
    Their message: “Trump has gone on record saying it’s up to states to decide on medical cannabis laws, but we’re not a state,” DCMJ co-founder Nikolas Schiller says. “We are trying to encourage President-elect Trump to support cannabis reform and push Congress to remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act. He has the power to create jobs, create tax revenue and help fix the broken criminal justice system.”
    If you go: Bring your ID, because organizers will not pass out joints to anyone under 21, per D.C. law. Also note that this unpermitted march can easily get you arrested, especially if you choose to smoke in public (illegal under D.C. law) or simply possess marijuana on federal land, such as the National Mall (illegal under federal law).

    Protest at the Inauguration: Stand Against Trump, War, Racism and Inequality
    Freedom Plaza, 1355 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; Jan. 20, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
    What it is: Organized by the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), this permitted protest will take place directly on the inauguration parade route.
    Their message: “Our goal is to say no to the Trump agenda,” ANSWER spokeswoman Sarah Sloan says. “We are standing with the communities most under attack by Trump and his incoming administration and Cabinet, including the Muslim community and immigrants. We’re calling out Trump as a racist and a sexist and a bigot and sending the message that people are going to stand up against him and his administration.”
    If you go: Organizers advise showing up early to establish a strong, anti-Trump presence along the parade route. “We are going to have a stage with speakers and DJs, so there’s a lot going on all day,” Sloan says. Since this protest is within the secured area adjacent to the inauguration parade, all the usual parade route rules apply.

    #DisruptJ20 Festival of Resistance
    Union Station’s Columbus Circle, 50 Massachusetts Ave. NE; Jan. 20, noon-3 p.m.
    What it is: Organized by the D.C. Counter-Inaugural Welcoming Committee, this march will parallel the inauguration parade route a few streets away. It will end at McPherson Square at around 2 p.m., followed by a rally until about 3 p.m.
    Their message: “Establishment people say we need to ensure a peaceful transition of power at all costs,” says #DisruptJ20 organizer Legba Carrefour. “They value the continuity of the government over stopping a fascist. We are calling for a non-peaceful transition. We want to delegitimize this government and set the tone for the next four years.” That said, the march’s organizers have applied for a permit and the event should be peaceful, though other actions the group is planning aim to create chaos at security checkpoints. “We are going to make things a total clusterf—,” Carrefour says.
    If you go: Consider attending a training session (on topics such as how to interact with police) before the event, or drop by the McPherson Square gathering space between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily beginning on Tuesday, Carrefour says.

    Bikers for Trump Halftime Rally
    John Marshall Park, Pennsylvania Avenue NW, between Fourth and Fifth streets; Jan. 20, 1 p.m.
    What it is: A pro-Trump rally that will take place after the swearing-in and before the inauguration parade. “It’ll start with the Pledge of Allegiance, ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ and a prayer,” Bikers for Trump founder Chris Cox says. The rally may also include speakers and performances, he says.
    Their message: “It’s a ‘suck it up, buttercup’ kind of thing. We understand a lot of people are coming in to protest and they really need to get over it, because our country has spoken … and it’s time to move forward,” Cox says.
    If you go: The rally is within the secured area, so arrive early, dress warmly and adhere to official regulations. And while this is a rally for motorcycle riders, you can’t actually bring your bike to the event.

    Women’s March on Washington
    Independence Avenue and Third Street SW; Jan. 21, 10 a.m.
    What it is: The massive permitted gathering will begin with a rally — featuring celebrities like Amy Schumer, Katy Perry, Cher, America Ferrera and Uzo Aduba — and then turn into a march to the southern part of the Ellipse near the White House. “We are not a protest march,” says Jackie Savage, an organizer with the event’s D.C. chapter. “It is a peaceful march saying, ‘We are here. Hear our voice.’” That description may be useful information for any federal workers who want to join the march but are restricted from attending protests, she adds.
    Their message: “We are marching to promote women’s equality and defend other marginalized groups,” Savage says, speaking for the D.C. chapter.
    If you go: Visit their website for a list of allowed items and register in advance so organizers have an accurate head count.

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    It will be interesting to see how the MSM deals with this, particularly on TV.
    How much coverage will be granted to official inauguration activities and how much to protests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rprprs View Post
    It will be interesting to see how the MSM deals with this, particularly on TV.
    How much coverage will be granted to official inauguration activities and how much to protests.
    20/80 if I was a betting man.

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    The parade route is supposed to be shortened. They'll probably stay in the cars as much as they did in 2001 when the protesters threw eggs at GW's motorcade.


    “I don’t think that there will be any curtailing of Donald Trump as president,” he said. "He controls the media, he controls the sentiment [and] he controls everybody. He’s the one who will resort to executive orders more so than [President] Obama ever used them." - Ron Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUd View Post
    The parade route is supposed to be shortened. They'll probably stay in the cars as much as they did in 2001 when the protesters threw eggs at GW's motorcade.
    LOL yeah, I remember that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUd View Post
    The parade route is supposed to be shortened. They'll probably stay in the cars as much as they did in 2001 when the protesters threw eggs at GW's motorcade.


    Makes sense , leftists are violent , mindless pigs .Everyone knows that .
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    The real reason most those kids left class to protest was probably for the excuse to skip class. They know the faculty is powerless to stop them. Many would not show up to protest if it was after class or on a weekend.
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    Prohibited Items

    The US Secret Service, Metropolitan Police Department, US Capitol Police, and other local and federal agencies are providing an unprecedented level of security for the Inauguration.

    All parade and event attendees are subject to a thorough security screening before entering any of the Inaugural event sites.
    Please allow for additional time for this security screening.

    As a security precaution, the following items will be prohibited from Inaugural parade route, the White House reviewing stand and the Inaugural balls:

    Aerosols
    Ammunition
    Animals other than helper/guide dogs
    Backpacks
    Bags and signs exceeding size restrictions (8"x6"x4")
    Bicycles
    Balloons
    Coolers
    Explosives
    Firearms
    Glass or thermal containers
    Laser pointers
    Mace / Pepper spray
    Packages
    Structures
    Supports for signs and placards
    Weapons of any kind
    Any other items determined to be potential safety hazards

    Signs and placards must be made only of cardboard, poster board or cloth and have dimensions no greater than three feet in width, 20 feet in length and one-quarter inch in thickness. Surrendered items will not be returned, nor available for pick-up.

    The following items will be prohibited from the ticketed viewing areas at the US Capitol grounds:

    Aerosol sprays
    Air horns
    Alcoholic beverages
    Animals (other than service animals)
    Backpacks
    Coolers
    Duffel bags
    Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)
    Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated)
    Glass containers
    Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)
    Large bags
    Laser pointers
    Mace and/or pepper spray
    Packages
    Pocket or hand tools, such as “Leatherman” tools
    Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)
    Posters
    Signs
    Sticks or poles
    Strollers
    Suitcases
    Thermoses
    Umbrellas
    Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener
    https://inauguration.dc.gov/page/spectator-information
    “I don’t think that there will be any curtailing of Donald Trump as president,” he said. "He controls the media, he controls the sentiment [and] he controls everybody. He’s the one who will resort to executive orders more so than [President] Obama ever used them." - Ron Paul

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    https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/stat...75410646749185
    “I don’t think that there will be any curtailing of Donald Trump as president,” he said. "He controls the media, he controls the sentiment [and] he controls everybody. He’s the one who will resort to executive orders more so than [President] Obama ever used them." - Ron Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUd View Post

    https://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/stat...75410646749185

    There are other recent examples showing that Rain cannot stop committed believers.
    Wasginton March this week led by controversial SWC enabler Al Sharpton:

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    “I don’t think that there will be any curtailing of Donald Trump as president,” he said. "He controls the media, he controls the sentiment [and] he controls everybody. He’s the one who will resort to executive orders more so than [President] Obama ever used them." - Ron Paul

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