November 24, 2016

Young liberals threaten to murder Trump Electors

Jay FayzaRebel Columnist
 

While middle America carries on with their lives after Donald Trump’s election, young liberals in the more “open minded” regions of the U.S. and Canada, continue to protest and riot aggressively over the results, wasting everyone’s time and money. 

(LANGUAGE WARNING:)

They block traffic, sometimes getting run over as they attempt to play Red Rover with ticked off drivers.

Protest is fine but violence and threatening to murder Electors who will cast their vote for Trump, is not.

And these are the same people who accuse Trump supporters of being a threat to democracy?

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commented 2016-11-26 12:07:46 -0500
Spreading false news

181 Every one who wilfully publishes a statement, tale or news that he knows is false and that causes or is likely to cause injury or mischief to a public interest is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.

R.S., c. C-34, s. 177.
Date modified: 2016-11-17
commented 2016-11-25 16:04:15 -0500
Has anyone noticed that, for all the left’s hollering about hate crimes post-election, that the majority of provable hate crimes involve Trump supporters getting gang-beaten?
commented 2016-11-25 15:31:07 -0500
That kid is getting better and better, need more of him, a young articulate free commentator , and me too I liked Rand Paul, but too old to riot.
commented 2016-11-25 09:28:37 -0500
There are so many people and factions in the US just waiting for it, and if the electoral college overturns a democratically legal election because children and criminals don’t like the outcome, well lets just say the body count will dwarf that of any war the US have ever been in.
commented 2016-11-25 09:14:01 -0500
Jesus said “that you shall know them by their actions,” and in Obama’s case, it is his lack of action, in calming the lunatics that speaks volumes about his real game plan. His plan is to undermine and nullify the results of a democratic election, to take over America for his beloved cult of Islam.
commented 2016-11-25 06:09:49 -0500
And we thought Obama might go away. But in the meantime, still as leader and still able to calm his leftist masses, where is his steady hand at the wheel of the ship of state?

By his silence he fans the flames. You will not hear a peep from that POS right now, but after his term this petty ideological sore loser has promised to be a subversive sniping away at Trump’s policies and most likely inciting continued unrest.
commented 2016-11-25 03:08:55 -0500
Drew – No, I don’t think that Jay is self-aware enough to realise either of your points.

Similarly his support of Jay. I suspect that it is a blind squirrel finding a nut, rather than the realisation that there is a new voice with an potentially unspoken viewpoint.
commented 2016-11-25 01:26:06 -0500
Jay Fayza went on The Rebel.com as a sort of protest.

Let’s support it.
commented 2016-11-25 00:07:20 -0500
The only sorts who use death threats to sway a democratic process are fascists and their cousins Bolsheviks – there is a bit of both in snowflake culture – they best grow up and become civil before they get hurt shooting their mouths off..
commented 2016-11-25 00:01:01 -0500
Jay Kelly you do realize calling for someones death is not protesting eh?
commented 2016-11-25 00:00:27 -0500
Jay Kelly they are paid to protest democracy, why is that beyond your understanding?
commented 2016-11-24 23:12:49 -0500
Jay Fayza knows more than most people that young liberals in the United States want to protest the Trump election. Young and middle-aged Canadians also want to protest the U.S. election results.

A fundamental question for American protestors: Trump was elected democratically in one of the most sound democratic systems in the world. To protest the election result is to question the validity of the U.S. electoral system. Do you really want to challenge that?

For Canadians who are protesting the U. S. election results: Who are you to comment on the results of a genuinely democratic election in another country?

It is quite a struggle, eh?

There are some serious choices.
commented 2016-11-24 23:12:47 -0500
Jay Fayza knows more than most people that young liberals in the United States want to protest the Trump election. Young and middle-aged Canadians also want to protest the U.S. election results.

A fundamental question for American protestors: Trump was elected democratically in one of the most sound democratic systems in the world. To protest the election result is to question the validity of the U.S. electoral system. Do you really want to challenge that?

For Canadians who are protesting the U. S. election results: Who are you to comment on the results of a genuinely democratic election in another country?

It is quite a struggle, eh?

There are some serious choices.
commented 2016-11-24 22:53:56 -0500
Getting an IQ test on ballots is a bad idea, who would decide the questions (as alluded to below)? The best option I’ve yet heard of is an issues test where each candidate on the ballot gets to propose 2 or 3 questions, and each candidate’s campaign must answer each question (including their own) with a sentence of not more than 10 words. Any question that all candidates answer the same way is automatically rejected. Similar answers are rolled into a single response on the multiple choice question on the ballot.

Each ballot has at least 3 random multiple choice questions on it. If you select less than 2 out of your candidate’s 3 answers then your ballot is spoiled as you’re voting against your stated interests. This means that you need to know what your candidate’s stand on issues is or you risk a rejected ballot.

I’m sure that this system can also be played. But it should bring forth a more thoughtful electorate.

Note: for the inevitable question about selected questions not being relevant, if the question of “What should Snookie do if she’s pregnant with twins?” came up, I’d look for the answer that promoted “change the channel”. Identifying a useless question as useless is a valid test.
commented 2016-11-24 21:17:05 -0500
Hey wretched earth , no comment? Or did you not get to make a fake profile to call for the death of Justin yet?
commented 2016-11-24 21:16:10 -0500
Bill Elder i have mentioned that as well, they are such pansies, i bet any hard working Trump supporter could crush their hands in a handshake. They seem to think that being good at a video game makes you tough and superior in real life. If society ever did break down they would be wiped out or enslaved real fast.
commented 2016-11-24 20:28:34 -0500
Stand on the highway. Natural selection. Thinning the herd
commented 2016-11-24 17:57:13 -0500
Bill Elder – I like the part where you said “your dental floss forearms…” They probably wax all the hair off their chests too!
commented 2016-11-24 17:00:45 -0500
Stop calling these freaks “liberals” they’re cult members programmed in some new form of Marxist nihilism that takes on all the trappings of an aggressive theocratic fanaticism.

Get a grip , suck it up, grow up and don’t go threatening to kill people who could probably stuff you in a tennis ball tube and punt you into the nearest sewer. Hint, to snowflakes – Maybe you should think twice about spewing death threats if your dental floss forearms that can barely hold a selfie stick, much less a BAR. Does your facebook revolution use group vox cards have a talking point for that little eventuality.
commented 2016-11-24 17:00:21 -0500
@ Dale Gurton -
That is an excellent idea!
Those that fail that little exam need to be put on a watch list – they are the ones doing all the crime!
commented 2016-11-24 16:52:42 -0500
The very same people who want everything their way are the same people who are soft on Islam, criminal behavior, lawful punishment, – yet anti-common sense on everything – are the mindless zombies which are screaming the most about Trump. They have absolutely no basis for their childish outrage towards Trump, or for that matter the majority of us making up the Movement – and are blind followers of media gossip & lies.
MK Ultra is only succeeding because the majority has allowed Bolshevik reasoning to be part of our society – it is now time to expunge that crap and get on with social survival of modern civilization. We need to ignore these ass-wipes and deal with them with the Law of the Land – not some childish wishful fantasy which they live. We have tolerated way too much bullshit from these snowflakes – who are empowered by the forces behind MK Ultra.
Time to face some harsh reality! Us or Them????
commented 2016-11-24 16:40:43 -0500
Why not take the “test” to the voting booth. When voting you are presented with a series of questions and once answered the result determines your vote.
Example
1.Do you believe all workers should have lower income taxes?
2.Do you believe in providing secure and prosperous employment to all legalised citizens?
3.Do you believe corporations should be penalised for moving employment positions (jobs) offshore is a benefit to local economies/citizens?
4.Do you believe removing the front door to your house and advertising it globally enhances your standard of living?
5.Do you believe simplifying the taxation system (removing loopholes) would even out the in-balance of income taxation between the classes.
6.Do you see any benefit to having lifelong dependants on the welfare system or borrowing large sums of money…to be paid back at a later date…to provide subsidies for education for students taking courses that will net them a job (once out of university) at a skill level no higher than a barista?
And so on…
Depending on the result of your answers you are presented with a weighted ballot indicating the party that represent the policies you value. You click vote…and presto…a somewhat informed ballot is cast.
commented 2016-11-24 16:31:03 -0500
Of course. The liberal-left are our ages’ brownshirts. Conservative disavow the use of violence to achieve political ends. The left does not.
commented 2016-11-24 16:05:24 -0500
Right on Jay! Well put and I hope your message is out there for everyone to hear, especially young Liberals.

Notice, Obama and Clinton STILL have not said anything to their supporters to stop the insanity.
They want this, the chaos.
Now they want a recount in 3 states (?).
commented 2016-11-24 13:52:46 -0500
And now Monsef wants to change the “Fair Elections Act” because it is so hard to get identification in Canada. Does she not know that she won the last election without voter fraud? Her new official title should be " Minister to make sure Liberals rule forever"
commented 2016-11-24 12:36:09 -0500
Good one JAY , most of them didn’t even vote , hired mercenaries , hired bygeorge solarass and hillary windmill
commented 2016-11-24 12:08:39 -0500
Allowing only certain people to vote, regardless of their low intellect, is a dangerous path to take.

As Al asked, “who do you think is going to write the tests”.

In any case any testing system that would be created would quickly be co-oped by the socialists and make to serve their purposes.

The main issues are the communist-wanna-be main stream media and the communist-wanna-be public education system.
commented 2016-11-24 11:24:06 -0500
Joe, who do you think is going to write the tests? What do you think will be required to pass it? No thanks.Hhas our driver testing improved our drivers?