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    Do You Know Someone Suffering From Trump Unacceptance & Resistance Disorder (TURD)?


    TURD is a pattern of pathologically dissociative and psychotic behavior, first observed in the late hours of November 8th 2016, and increasing in severity with passing time.
    Sufferers of TURD often exhibit pronounced cognitive dissonance, sudden bouts of rage, rioting, and uncontrollable crying.
    People with TURD are characterized by a persistent unwillingness to accept that Donald Trump is going to Make America Great Again.
    TURD Is caused by the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States of America. For many, both in America and worldwide, this was a shocking and unexpected outcome; their preferred news sources having failed to inform them that the alternative candidate was a criminal parasite.
    Research is ongoing, but TURD appears to correlate closely with some of the following environmental and behavioral factors:
    * Membership in the Democratic Party
    * Identifying as a Feminist
    * Currently enrolled in college, and/or Possession of a Liberal Arts college degree
    * Living in a densely populated metropolitan area
    * Massive student debt
    * Spotty or non-existent work history
    Patients with TURD are very resistant to treatment, and dangerous in large groups. Any possibility of treatment requires that they be separated from their hive-mind support apparatus; they cannot begin the process of accepting reality in the presence of encouragement towards delusion and irrationality. Separation may require the assistance of law enforcement.
    If you have a friend or loved one suffering from TURD, urge them to seek treatment. Together we can beat this scourge, and Make America Great Again.

    I really don't think treatment is possible only time may heal. Of course if they exhibit violent tendencies report to the police as possible terrorists.
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    Funny.

    Actually most of my friends and family voted for Trump under the guise of Pence.

    And most of the people I know who voted for Hillary don't talk about politics at all.

    At the very least we should get two great SCOTUS justices out of DJT.

    And maybe even some easing of the ACA law.

    At best this may be the beginning of a new movement in DC. Of course that is the sales pitch.

    The GOP and the DEM's regularly swap offices especially after promises have been made for the sun, the moon, and the stars and then not delivered.

    This is how elections are always won -- with hollow promises. Nothing is new about that.

    DJT is making his own promises now. Looks like he will be able to keep at least a few.

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    Oh your list left out Bernie's Bolsheviks -- they want free college.

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    May I present to you: Sarah Silverman calls for a military coup to overthrow President Trump

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    As I have been telling every self-proclaimed militia type that wanted an armed revolution against President Obama, go ahead. You should be in the first lines. If you call for an armed revolution but not leading it, you are nothing but a coward.

    These tweets come from the same racist gun control advocate that made the "Black NRA" video.

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    Trump is making progress, much to the chagrin of the Democrats and Leftists everywhere. Silverman's rhetoric shows how delusional she is and her lack of knowledge and understanding of government. She imbibed freely of the KoolAid Obama offered the last eight years and it has left her completely out of touch with reality. She should also know that Blacks do belong to the NRA and her video is nothing more than pandering to them. Fortunately, not all Blacks will fall for her spiel. Someone should have told her before making the video that it is always an "unloaded" gun that kills people. Maybe she would not have acted so stupidly by sticking the gun in her face. Oh well, here's her sign........

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    Memory problems in this forum?

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    And yet, no Republican anarchy or riots when Obummer elected........

  9. All the left knows how to do is riot , destroy property , block highways and block others who try to go about their way on the street or into buildings.
    What about the rights of those people the left hurts in any way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken grant View Post
    All the left knows how to do is riot , destroy property , block highways and block others who try to go about their way on the street or into buildings.
    What about the rights of those people the left hurts in any way?
    Like I said, memory problems with this group.

    Conservatives forget history in discrediting Trump protesters from The Hill
    BY KIMBERLY MEHLMAN-OROZCO, CONTRIBUTOR - 11/12/16 07:27 PM EST


    Today, thousands of people assembled in streets around the world to protest the presidency of Donald J. Trump for the fourth straight day in a row.

    While the vast majority of the protests have been peaceful, spurts of violence have drawn the attention of the media. Reports of protesters throwing rocks and bottles at police in Santa Ana, stories of property destruction in Oregon, and a video of a physical attack against a Trump supporter in Chicago are a few examples of the recorded violent reactions to Trump’s election.

    President-elect Trump responded to the demonstrations by tweeting:

    Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump
    Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!
    9:19 PM - 10 Nov 2016
    70,004 70,004 Retweets 232,480 232,480 likes


    While the vast majority of the protests have been peaceful, spurts of violence have drawn the attention of the media. Reports of protesters throwing rocks and bottles at police in Santa Ana, stories of property destruction in Oregon, and a video of a physical attack against a Trump supporter in Chicago are a few examples of the recorded violent reactions to Trump’s election.

    President-elect Trump responded to the demonstrations by tweeting:

    Trump’s supporters also perceive these protests as “unfair” because they claim there were no riots following Obama’s election.
    According to conservatives on social media, “Republicans have jobs and responsibilities” and therefore couldn’t engage in civil disobedience to voice their discontent with the 2008 and 2012 elections. With this perception of the Obama elections and subsequent claims of “ Republican acceptance,” Trump supporters are now demanding the same “fairness” for Donald J. Trump’s presidency, “We sat through do nothing politics for 8 years, the least they can do is go shut up and sit in the corner for 8 themselves,” on Trump supporter explained.

    However, these perceptions do not reflect what actually followed the election of our country’s first black president, much less the difference between why people are protesting Donald J. Trump’s presidency as compared to Barack Obama’s presidency.

    Obama’s election in 2008 was preceded and followed by violent attacks and property destruction targeted against minorities.

    Kaylon Johnson, an African American campaign worker for Obama, was physically assaulted for wearing an Obama T-shirt in Louisiana following the 2008 election. The three white male attackers shouted “**** Obama!” and “****** president!” as they broke Johnson’s nose and fractured his eye-socket, requiring surgery.

    More frequently, Obama’s presidency was marked by effigies of our first black president hanging from nooses across the country, for example in Kentucky, Washington State, and Maine, or being burned around the world. What Trump supporters fail to remember is that following Obama’s election, property was destroyed across the country, for example in Pennsylvania, Texas, and North Carolina, and a predominately black church was torched in Massachusetts.

    In 2008, anti-Obama protesters lashed out against minorities because of their discontentment with a black man being voted into the office of president for the first time in our nation’s history. Conversely, in 2016, anti-Trump protesters are holding mostly peaceful demonstrations because of their discontentment with a man, who has ostracized minorities, being voted into the office of president.

    Today, thousands of people assembled in streets around the world to protest the presidency of Donald J. Trump for the fourth straight day in a row.

    While the vast majority of the protests have been peaceful, spurts of violence have drawn the attention of the media. Reports of protesters throwing rocks and bottles at police in Santa Ana, stories of property destruction in Oregon, and a video of a physical attack against a Trump supporter in Chicago are a few examples of the recorded violent reactions to Trump’s election.

    President-elect Trump responded to the demonstrations by tweeting:

    Trump’s supporters also perceive these protests as “unfair” because they claim there were no riots following Obama’s election.

    According to conservatives on social media, “Republicans have jobs and responsibilities” and therefore couldn’t engage in civil disobedience to voice their discontent with the 2008 and 2012 elections. With this perception of the Obama elections and subsequent claims of “ Republican acceptance,” Trump supporters are now demanding the same “fairness” for Donald J. Trump’s presidency, “We sat through do nothing politics for 8 years, the least they can do is go shut up and sit in the corner for 8 themselves,” on Trump supporter explained.
    However, these perceptions do not reflect what actually followed the election of our country’s first black president, much less the difference between why people are protesting Donald J. Trump’s presidency as compared to Barack Obama’s presidency.

    Obama’s election in 2008 was preceded and followed by violent attacks and property destruction targeted against minorities.

    Kaylon Johnson, an African American campaign worker for Obama, was physically assaulted for wearing an Obama T-shirt in Louisiana following the 2008 election. The three white male attackers shouted “**** Obama!” and “****** president!” as they broke Johnson’s nose and fractured his eye-socket, requiring surgery.

    More frequently, Obama’s presidency was marked by effigies of our first black president hanging from nooses across the country, for example in Kentucky, Washington State, and Maine, or being burned around the world. What Trump supporters fail to remember is that following Obama’s election, property was destroyed across the country, for example in Pennsylvania, Texas, and North Carolina, and a predominately black church was torched in Massachusetts.

    In 2008, anti-Obama protesters lashed out against minorities because of their discontentment with a black man being voted into the office of president for the first time in our nation’s history. Conversely, in 2016, anti-Trump protesters are holding mostly peaceful demonstrations because of their discontentment with a man, who has ostracized minorities, being voted into the office of president.

    And while anti-Trump protesters have engaged in mostly peaceful demonstrations against the president-elect, pro-Trump supporters have been responsible for a wave of attacks against Muslims, Latinos, blacks, and the LGBT community.

    According to Mark Potok, senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center civil rights group, there haven’t been “such a rash of hate crimes in the United States since Barack Obama was elected America’s first black president in 2008.” Muslim women are reporting having their hijabs ripped from their heads, while immigrant children are being bullied. Trump’s name and slogan, “Make America Great Again,” are being found alongside swastikas and anti-minority messages in graffiti around the nation.

    Ultimately, demonstrators are not protesting Trump because he is Republican. They aren’t protesting him because he is a white male. These protests are because of the bigotry his campaign has emboldened and the fear of discrimination his presidency has the capacity to perpetuate.

    Mehlman-Orozco holds a Ph.D. in criminology, law and society from George Mason University, with an expertise in human trafficking. She currently serves as a human trafficking expert witness for criminal cases and her book, “Hidden in Plain Sight: America's Slaves of the New Millennium.” Follow her on Twitter @MehlmanOrozco

    The views expressed by Contributors are their own and are not the views of The Hill.

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