The outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election has awoken the beast inside tons of unhappy Liberals. We are seeing some of the most horrific behavior from the Left that we have seen in decades.
It is now more than a year after the election results were announced, and we are still seeing complete Liberal meltdowns. We are still hearing Leftists claim that Trump is “not their president,” when in reality if you’re an American, he is your president.
Those who are mainly responsible for the violent riots, the destruction, and the utter chaos that has ensued are members of the Democratic Party. 194 Liberals are now facing the possibility of jail time, and there’s no telling what will happen next.
The inauguration of President Donald Trump has brought out the crazies. Protesters caused multiple police officers to be hospitalized. Liberals who took to the streets acted out in violence and destruction.
At least $100,000 in damages were inflicted. While protesting is completely legal in the United States, when violence and destruction ensues, the right to protest is compromised. The only kind of protests that are legal in our country are peaceful protests.
Police have stated that protesters, some of which were armed with hammers and trash cans, broke the windows of a Starbucks and a Bank of America. They set a parked limo on fire and proceeded to set “Make America Great Again” garb aflame. Police in riot gear were forced to spray rubber bullets down, utilize water cannons, flash grenades and pepper spray.
It’s interesting to note that protesters smashed the window of a Starbucks building since the corporation is openly Liberal.
MPolitical.com had a theory on the reasoning behind the smashing of the Starbucks window. They reported that there could have been two different reasons as to why protesters did so:
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.
194 people who were arrested during the protests are now facing the very real possibility of years in prison. The US Attorney for the District of Columbia has presented almost every single defendant with felony charges of incitement to riot and destruction of property. There are other charges being faced as well. The first of the trials, which includes six individuals including a journalist, was set to begin with jury selection on Wednesday. There will be a series of other trials to follow.
Anyone who sees these trials as an “assault” on the legal right to protest should take a look at the video evidence. Maybe when they see protesters destroying property and putting lives in danger they will understand.
To see the District of Columbia provide many of the 194 defendants with felony charges is a step in the right direction that could help prevent future protests from erupting into a massive scene of uneventful chaos.
This is where the law should make a stand against the protesting group that thinks violence is included in protests. Violence is not part of protesting and should not be categorized as a protest, because then it opens the doors for future protesters to use violence on people, animals, and places while saying its “for muh protest.”
Those overhearing these trials must keep in mind that these 194 people who destroyed buildings and caused hard to law enforcement officers broke the law. These people could all spend time in jail for their crimes. While it would be ridiculous to have them spend their lives in jail for protesting, they must be punished for their actions.