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Portlandia still thinks democracy looks like a throng of sign-toting occupy-types rejecting a free and fair election

Since when is Democracy the rejection of the rule of law, the foundations of our country and … basic respect?

Here’s Portlandia…

The media portrays events like these as anti-Trump protest, but they look more like the Occupy failures from years past which are all group-think sheeple following well-funded socialist organizations off of a very dangerous cliff:

#OccupyWallStreet

#OccupyBoston

There are some common themes – besides the obvious chant – that appear in many of these marches:

  • Professionally made signs – hundreds of them
  • Common chants
  • union and “worker” themes

Yeah, marches like these are nothing more than Soros/Clinton money attempting to turn America into something akin to Greece, Spain, France..

Just turn it off, forget it, ignore it and realize that if you send your kids to college, you had better prepare them to reject this kind of absolute loser-think.

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One comment

  1. Good morning Mr. Mitchell. I agree with you 100%. I am a product of the 60’s and was in college in the late 60’s, early 70’s and we were no different in as much as we protested. We marched against the war, we sat in to demonstrate our dislike of the “establishment” and we held anti-war rallies and carried homemade signs claiming we were for love and not war. But we were different. We weren’t protesting for the sake of getting out of an exam that day and our protests ultimately made some difference. We at least got the voting age lowered to 18 – why could they draft you off to Vietnam but not give you the right to vote. I was already 21 by that time but have voted in every single election since 1971. I always felt I didn’t really have cause to complain if I at least didn’t cast my vote. I don’t understand this generation and the parents who have raised them. My generation certainly wasn’t raised this way and so I don’t know where this came from. I’m excited about a Trump presidency. I said all along that this country needed a civil war and this election gave us that. I think the future looks a little brighter and I truly believe when these snowflakes grow up to be a blizzard they’ll realize they were fighting the wrong war. Thank you for your article and for this publication. I enjoy reading it every day.

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