The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States has brought out some of the most unspeakable and uncivilized behavior that leftists have displayed in years. A year later and America still witnesses the occasional meltdown and protest filled with triggered “not muh president” blabberings that often lead to violence and screaming at the sky. The people responsible for the violence, destruction, and chaos that ensued from the protests will soon learn their fate as 194 liberals could perform their final march in a sea of orange jumpsuits and face decades in prison. Can’t protest much in the shower when the soap falls in front of them and they know what happens next.
Trump’s inauguration sparked the chaotic scene where protesters caused numerous police officers to be hospitalized, people were violent, and there was at least $100,000 worth of damages done. Protesting is legal, but violence and destruction during protests are not, hence the arrests were made as a direct result of people breaking the law. There’s peaceful protest, then there are protests attacking people
and only one of the two is legal.
According to police, protesters—some of whom were armed with hammers and trash cans—smashed Starbucks and Bank of America windows, torched a parked limo, set (purchased) “Make America Great Again” souvenirs aflame, and sprayed “Revolution or Death” on walls of local buildings. Police in riot gear responded by surrounding the march and unleashing rubber bullets, water cannons, flash grenades, and pepper spray.
Seeing that protesters smashed and destroyed Starbucks, liberally oriented business, leads me to believe one of two things.
1) Protesters are inherently uneducated and oblivious to their surroundings, too blind to realize they destroyed a business ran by leftists who probably hires leftists as well. Nothing like ruining someone’s weekend by destroying the place where they work and earn a living. Just because protesters don’t want to work, that doesn’t make it right for them to destroy other people’s jobs.
2) The fact they destroyed Starbucks could also mean they were paid to protest. Paid protesters will hit cruise control on their “destroy everything” speed and they don’t care about what breaks, what burns, or anything for that matter. They’re there to do a job and they certainly succeeded on the day of Trump’s inauguration.
I didn’t care that protesters smashed Bank of America, though. Not one bit. Why didn’t one of them go inside and hack all the records to erase all credit cards owned by BofA? That would’ve put the hero status on a lot of people and I’d be there handing out capes. But no, the protesters merely destroyed just to destroy. There was n