Donald Trump, fool: ‘Sometimes you want protest so as to heel’

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On Saturday, the white supremacists and neo-Nazis met in Boston for a “free speech” rally. Apparently, about 100 of them confirmed up. It can be simple to get confused although, as a result of greater than 30.000 individuals confirmed as much as counter-protest their presence, providing up a stunning little primer on how free speech actually works. You wish to be a neo-Nazi? Fine, be a neo-Nazi. But everybody else will get to shout about it. Everyone else will get to make enjoyable of you. Everybody else will get to put up photographs of your unhappy face on-line, so you’ll ultimately be recognized, after which we’ll attempt to get you fired and shut down in each attainable approach. Freedom, America and free speech. I’m together with photographs from the counter-protest on the finish of this put up.

Donald Trump will need to have been so unhappy that so few “very wonderful” neo-Nazis got here out to Boston. He sat and fumed a lot of the day, then took to Twitter.

The 30,000 individuals (Boston PD mentioned the quantity might have been as excessive as 40,000) who got here out have been overwhelmingly peaceable and non-violent and their fundamental trigger was protesting the white supremacists. They weren’t there as “anti-police agitators.” No one mentioned something about being in opposition to the police. Again, Trump is taking sides AGAINST the anti-Nazi facet. After that, Trump tweeted this:

“Heel” not “heal.” He did right it, however I’m assuming Emperor Foot Fetish was simply letting his freak flag fly. God, he’s so f–king silly. Like, I’ve my doubts about whether or not he tweeted that himself, or whether or not it was his new Communications Director Hope Hicks. WORDS ARE HARD. They are exhausting for everybody within the Bigly administration.

And lastly President Schizophrenia tweeted this:

So what’s it, Baby Fists? Were hundreds of protesters there to protest the police, or have been they talking out in opposition to bigotry and hate? He doesn’t know. I assume Gen. Kelly wrote this one.

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