ZOMG! Did you see that! A Trump fanatic/Fascist verbally abusing a minority member! How could that be possible? Animal!

Here is a better view:


But if you go to the Politico article, you catch something interesting on the caption of the picture:

An anti-Donald Trump protester clashes with a Trump supporter outside a campaign rally in Anaheim, Calif., last month. Activists — both pro- and anti-Trump — are expected to flood the streets of downtown Cleveland, sometimes simultaneously, during the Republican National Convention. | Getty

Yup, the big mouth is an Anti-Trump protester and the young man is Pro-Trump.


Now, CSGV is “troubled” because of this:

Bresler noted that firearms will be allowed in the “event zone” because of Ohio’s status as an open carry state, even though other more mundane items will be banned — from water guns to tape to sleeping bags..

And, of course the comments are what we expect from the Laddites:


Gun Control Activists are such a violent group. Wishing the death of a presidential candidate? Tsk, tsk.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

15 thoughts on “CSGV on the GOP Convention”
  1. Margaret Feightner’s views on the first amendment are freighting. Some of these anti-gun people truly want a police state.

    And how many times will they keep saying sarcastically “what could possibly go wrong” only to have nothing go wrong?

    1. What’s really funny is that if you *actually* applied the guides as she’s written them, the anti-Trump crowd would get locked up almost immediately, while the pro-Trump crowd…

      well, they’re actually not known for being particularly violent.

  2. Once upon a time, I didn’t even like Donald Trump. But when you take a look at all the people who hate him, and what they stand for, then I can’t help but like the guy. The ugliness of the leftist/progressive movement in this country makes me want to put on a Trump shirt and help make America great again. Or at least anger liberals, I’ll settle for that.

    1. I now hold the view of HP.

      Those that hate Trump are literally the enemies list of our freedoms.

      It is already bad enough that they support a criminal or a communist.

      1. I hate Trump.

        I hate all who believe they are entitled to lord by the whim of mob rule over any person who doesn’t consent.

        That said, this and every election is a question of the lesser of two evils. I may make it out to the polls, but I’d like Dolan to clarify and/or retract his prior AWB support. His “watch list” nonsense is also a nonstarter.

    2. My first and most important reason for voting for Donald Trump has always been my admiration for his taste in enemies.

    3. He’s not my first pick for president, for sure. Or my third. In fact, I’m really only voting for him because he rates above anybody who would run on the Democrat ticket. But I love what he does to Democrat voters. It’s a shot in the arm I think the Republican party needs.

      We need to stop being afraid of being called racist, or homophobic, or islamophobic. Because we’re not. Those are just labels the Left apply when they realize they can’t beat us. But their insults don’t work on Trump, because he knows how to deal with them. And if we all just use Trump as a behavioral role model, then we can leave the Left’s arguments as impotent as the pathetic excuses they put forward as their “men.”

  3. Lisa Nelson is probably going to be surprised when the answer to her trite cliche is “nothing.”

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