Liberals: she had it coming. She deserved it.

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Liberals suck. They absolutely suck.

All woman victims of sexual assault are to be believed- unless they are victims of Bill Clinton.

It’s despicable to blame victims of crimes- unless they are conservatives. Then they deserve any violence visited upon them.

A horde of mad latinos, predominantly men, hunted down, cornered and assaulted a woman (and many other Trump supporters) outside a Trump rally in San Jose.

Protesters jumped on cars, pelted Trump supporters with eggs and water balloons, snatched signs and stole “Make America Great” hats off supporters’ heads before burning the hats and snapping selfies with the charred remains.

Several people were caught on camera punching Trump supporters. At least one attacker was arrested, according to CNN, although police did not release much information.

So who does the left blame for this savagery? Hillary blamed Trump:

Clinton told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “The Lead” Friday that while she condemns “all violence in our political arena,” it is up to Trump to also condemn violence and set a standard that both his supporters and those protesting against him should follow.

The Washington Post pinned the blame on the woman:

Another video captured a female Trump supporter taunting protesters before being surrounded and struck in the face with an egg and water balloons.

She taunted them – with smiles, peace signs and pointing to her Trump shirt. Oh the horror.

So it’s her fault. She deserved it. She deserved to be struck with water balloons, eggs and tomatoes, according to the left.

These are animals. This is the culture democrats are so bent on having occupy the United States. It’s something no one wants to consider.

And once again, when it was time for Hillary Clinton to stand up for a woman victim, she fails. It has been asked elsewhere, but one can only imagine the howling from the left were this to happen to a Hillary supporter.

UPDATE

The San Jose police chief states that he gave the thugs “space to destroy”

While several physical assaults did occur, the police personnel on scene had the difficult task of weighing the need to immediately apprehend the suspect(s) against the possibility that police action involving the use of physical force under the circumstanceswould further insight the crowd and produce more violent behavior.

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59 Responses to “Liberals: she had it coming. She deserved it.”

  1. 51

    Bill

    @Richard Wheeler: Hmm…. like getting an example of Trump’s racism, some questions are simply too difficult to answer I guess.

    Webb… very unimpressive in the debates, other than his honesty about eliminating the enemy. As with my questions and curiosity about how anyone so sensitive about their own dedication to the nation can support this Democrat part, Webb was doomed to go nowhere within his own (adoptive) party. To further one’s self in the Democrat party, one has to be a lying cynic that will promise anything to anyone and adapt any one of a vast myriad of positions at the drop of a hat and Webb doesn’t look like that kind of guy.

  2. 52

    Richard Wheeler

    @Bill: Rep. Ryan said claiming a person can’t do their job in an unbiased manner because of their Mexican heritage is like the textbook definition of a racist comment. Many Repubs. and Dems, as well as a majority of the American people, agree with Ryan.
    Of course Ditto thinks Ryan is on his way out. My guess is Ryan will be around long after Trump is gone.

  3. 53

    Bill

    @Richard Wheeler:

    Rep. Ryan said claiming a person can’t do their job in an unbiased manner because of their Mexican heritage is like the textbook definition of a racist comment.

    And Rep. Ryan is exactly right. The only thing is, that is not what Trump said or implied, now is it?

  4. 54

    Greg

    @Bill, #51:

    Hmm…. like getting an example of Trump’s racism, some questions are simply too difficult to answer I guess.

    Didn’t Paul Ryan, the republican Speaker of the House, just observe that the stated thinking behind Trump’s attack on the Hispanic judge that’s seated in connection with the fraud case against Trump University is “a textbook case” of racism?

    This isn’t something new, and it’s not something only relating to Hispanics. In 1975 Trump Management Corporation was sued by the Justice Department for discrimination against black people, who were routinely told that no housing was available in company-managed residential properties when, in fact, there was—so long as you weren’t black. Trump called the claims ridiculous, filed a $100 million defamation of character law suit against the Justice Department, and then quietly settled the housing discrimination case out of court, agreeing that actions would be taken to assure there was no further racial discrimination. Three years later the matter was back in court for failure to comply with the terms of the first settlement.

    There’s the matter of the $200,000 fine imposed on Trump Plaza by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission for discriminatory practices against black casino employees. The casino pandered to well-heel racist patrons, moving black dealers and casino employees away from the tables and out of the casino areas where they were gambling. The fine, the largest ever imposed at the time, was appealed, but upheld by the New Jersey appeals court.

    Three times this past February, when specifically asked, Trump publicly declined to disavow his endorsement by David Duke. He later did so, blaming the fact that he hadn’t done so before on not properly understanding the question because of a faulty earphone. So, despite finally going through the motions of disavowing Duke, he has retained his popularity among white supremacists. Racists still like this guy.

    He still says he doesn’t know where the nation’s first black president was born. Is he an idiot? Obama was born in Hawaii. That fact is perfectly well documented. Obama has relatives in Kenya because his father was born in Kenya.

    I see racism behind many of Trump’s assertions about undocumented Mexicans. Maybe it’s invisible to you, but that doesn’t mean it’s invisible to others.

    That said, I won’t assert that Trump himself is a racist. I think it’s equally possible that he’s simply aware of racism in others, and exploits that to his monetary or political advantage in the same way he exploits any other detected opportunity. He may instinctively exploit any and all available angles to advance his position because doing so is fundamental to his nature. Racism in others might just be another feature he sees on the strategic landscape.

  5. 55

    Bill

    @Greg:

    Didn’t Paul Ryan, the republican Speaker of the House, just observe that the stated thinking behind Trump’s attack on the Hispanic judge that’s seated in connection with the fraud case against Trump University is “a textbook case” of racism?

    Ryan said something like that, but to you, just as to Wheeler, I mention the troubling fact that what Ryan said Trump did is not, in fact, what Trump did. Since I strongly suspect that all you liberals do nothing but try and waste time, I refer you back to the entry I made where I laid out, in explicit detail what Trump said and what he said related to. So, trot your ass back to that and read it. You WILL be the wiser for it.

    I see racism behind many of Trump’s assertions about undocumented Mexicans. Maybe it’s invisible to you, but that doesn’t mean it’s invisible to others.

    What a shock.

    A popular meme going around lately shows Trump with various black personalities and points out that Trump has NEVER been accused of racism until he began running for the Republican Presidential nomination. This led me to develop the following maxim, which is not only brilliant but infallible. I shall call it

    Bill’s Maxim

    One’s own personal level of racism is directly and inversely proportional to one’s own personal ability to detect liberal hypocrisy, dishonesty and hate and effectively articulate that observation.

  6. 56

    Richard Wheeler

    @Bill: According to Ryan and many others it is-what Trump said and implied–you can disagree but you are in the minority.
    “waste time” Bill since RT split there is no one that wastes more time than you–well maybe Ditto
    Have you taken the time to read Conservative author Wordsmith’s evaluation of DT? How bout Mitt Romney’s scatihng evaluation.
    This is not the left that skewers the fraud–it’s your own Party The American voter will deal the final blow

    You’ll blame the lame stream media or all the takers. Maybe you’ll come up with some new excuses after your poundings in 2008 and 12

  7. 57

    Greg

    @Bill, #55:

    A popular meme going around lately shows Trump with various black personalities and points out that Trump has NEVER been accused of racism until he began running for the Republican Presidential nomination.

    Actually, such accusations go back many years. This article dates from May 10, 1991: Ex-executive’s Book Lambastes Trump As Racist Boor And the racial discrimination lawsuit previously mentioned were 15 years before that.

  8. 59

    Bill

    @Richard Wheeler: Yeah, I read it and I also heard what Trump actually said. I base my views on facts and reality, not what I WANT the reality to be.

    Curiel has close ties to La Raza, supports illegal immigrants and opposes enforcing immigration laws and he is hearing the case of a candidate that opposes all of that. While Curiel’s politics are linked directly to his un-American support for illegal immigration, Trump’s suspicions of his bias is not based on anything racial. The racist attitude is all Curiel’s.

    Liberals openly display their bias when dealing with immigration, gay issues, gun rights, social issues and economics. Anytime a liberal is charged with passing important judgement, you would be a fool not to suspect bias.

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