After Trump won the election, the protests continued, and have grown in ferocity and destruction. And today, no matter what Trump does – even if he does something that every previous president has done, including the Left’s darling, Barack Obama – it is used as just another reason to justify more violence.
This kind of scene is being repeated – over and over and over again, in city after city across the country. And it’s not Trump supporters who are committing this violence; by and large, it’s coming from the angry Left.
Granted, many of these are young people who are simply being played by puppet masters like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the Democratic Party and George Soros – the political figures overtly call for “action,” while behind-the-scenes financiers like Soros provide the funding.
What we’re left with is a toxic brew of lies, falsehoods, mistrust and pure hatred. (RELATED: Our civil society is breaking down, and we track and document it at Collapse.news)
So we need to say this just as plainly as we possibly can: It’s time to start arresting, prosecuting and imprisoning the violent, mindless mobs who are destroying the fabric of our society.
For all the talk of the “peaceful transition of power” from Obama to Trump, there has been a transfer of power, alright, but it hasn’t been very peaceful, as we’ve seen. Indeed, there were protests in Washington and around the country the day after he was sworn into office, which is nearly unprecedented.
And there are incidents cropping up all over the country like the one in the video above.
Meanwhile, as Trump attempts to heal the country while still trying to govern, there is abject and noticeable silence coming from Obama, Clinton, and every single Democrat in Congress – a tacit if not overt endorsement of the “Resist” movement that has sprung up.
“President Obama is heartened by the level of engagement taking place in communities around the country,” his spokesman, Kevin Lewis, said in a statement. “In his final official speech as president, he spoke about the important role of citizens and how all Americans have a responsibility to be the guardians of our democracy — not just during an election but every day.”
This statement indicates that Obama, as was predicted, has already stepped into the fray to criticize Trump in a way his predecessor, George W. Bush, never did, and easily could have. This will only serve to further undermine Trump, as the discredited establishment press continues to treat Obama as though he’s a president in abstention and, thus, relevant.
“This is entirely unprecedented in modern presidential politics and violates the unstated decorum that generally has governed the conduct of presidents after leaving office,” Michael Johns, who served as a speechwriter in the administration of George H.W. Bush, told Lifezette. “Everything Trump has done in the first week is truly consistent with what he promised he would do.”
It’s all part of the strategy to be a consistent thorn in Trump’s side, and to keep the angry Left angry, destructive and damaging to civil society. (RELATED: Keep current with how the Left threatens America at Bugout.news)
When Americans are being attacked merely for expressing a political viewpoint – by people who justify it simply because it differs from their political viewpoint – the victims aren’t the fascists and the Nazis, the attackers are.
At some point, there will be one attack too many, and the fuse will be lit. But before that happens, Trump can stop it. He has the means, as president, to bring law and order back to our country, and that may necessarily involve the invocation of some drastic measures like declaring a state of emergency and empowering local police and federal agencies to make mass arrests of people who are no longer merely “protesting,” but who have become anarchists, craving and fomenting lawlessness, violence and destruction.
Would a few months’ worth of limited freedoms be a small price to pay to avoid the large-scale warfare and destruction that the Left seems determined to cause?
Many Americans are beginning to think so.