10,000 special snowflakes on the march

More than 10,000 have signed up for a Saturday march from New York’s Union Square to Trump Tower, as unrest continues following his victory

There’re 20 million people in that statistical area. 0.05% of the population on the march.

40 thoughts on “10,000 special snowflakes on the march”

  1. The old battle axe is holding up a sign asserting “character matters”. Unless of course you are a female democratic presidential candidate, in which case you can be one of the most flawed, repulsive women on the planet and your adoring fans don’t give a toss.

  2. Are they really, really sure they want to set a precedent of rioting when an election goes against them?

    Do they ever think that they might be on the receiving end of one?

    However, it’s clear they’ve convinced themselves that Trump supporters would have rioted had the election gone the other way, so their rage is justified.

  3. They are also convinced that Trump supporters are dangerous idiots obsessed with guns. But no, they’ll have their little riot. Their lack of self awareness is at least 6 Murphys.

  4. abacab, it’s projection, of course, one of the two principal hallmarks of the left, the other being hypocrisy.

  5. @abacab: “Are they really, really sure they want to set a precedent of rioting when an election goes against them?

    Do they ever think that they might be on the receiving end of one?”

    No. That’s the point. They feel this liberty to act like disobedient toddlers because they know full wellmummy thinks smacking is bad, and won’t do it.

  6. The interesting question is: Who is behind Soros that he can get away with paying for all this shit?

    Why has no one taken steps against him?

    Were I PM and he set foot in the UK –or anywhere with UK influence,– he would be picked up and would –double quick– find himself in the Downing St basement staring at a table covered with legal papers to enable him to sign ALL his money over to the UK govt. And a recorder for him to give a brief but concise lecture on who his backers and owners are–names, addresses etc. Otherwise the “meeting” could rapidly turn to a “black glove” type interview and an old man like Soros could not take too much of that.

  7. So Much For Subtlety

    Mr Ecks – “The interesting question is: Who is behind Soros that he can get away with paying for all this shit?”

    My theory is that America is paying the price for the Russian pogroms. Like a lot of other Jews, Soros looks at Americans and sees Cossacks.

    It is a shame that White America is paying for accepting Soros as a refugee but it goes to prove that 1. the best level of immigration is zero and 2. hatred go deep and they are not rational. People will hate America, as they hate Britain, no matter what the logic of the situation is. So we should not be inviting millions of them to join us.

  8. They’re petulant idiots, of course.

    But in this case Trump and the Trumkins in part have themselves to blame. Trump suggested that he might not accept the result when he thought he was losing. A few people here didn’t exactly complain when he said that.

    So while we might scoff at the idiots who oppose a fair vote, let’s not forget the winner didn’t exactly oppose the concept.

  9. @magnusw: . Their lack of self awareness is at least 6 Murphys.

    What a demon idea! A new scale, “lack of self awareness” measured in Murphys. I wonder if we could get it accepted as an SI base unit?

    However, as a physics geek I would suggest that the standard working unit for application to the “normal” populace should be the milliMurphy.

  10. “Patrisse Cullors, one of the founders of Black Lives Matter, said their movement was “grieving and mourning” following the result.”

    Shame they don’t ‘grieve and mourn’ when their supporters murder Police officers.

  11. “But in this case Trump and the Trumkins in part have themselves to blame. Trump suggested that he might not accept the result when he thought he was losing. A few people here didn’t exactly complain when he said that.”

    I’m not so sure. They’d have sulked and rioted even if Trump had politely stated he would accept the result regardless of circumstances. Trump’s statements may provide a convenient fig leaf for them, but it is purely cosmetic.

  12. There is a simple, (and legal), way to go after the money men; declare the likes of BLM and OWS and whoever else is involved in the rioting to be terrorist organisations then freeze and seize the funds of anyone who gives them money.

    Financing terroism is a serious crime and if the OSF* or whoever is guilty of paying these nasty jerks then grab their dosh.

    Of course it’s not actually reassuring that these kinds of repressive tools exist, but as long as they do, might as well use them.

    * The Open Society Foundation. A nice Orwellian name for a group that finances riots and seeks to swing elections their way in order to grab money and power. Of course, the same can be said of the Democratic Party.

  13. Chester Draws said: “But in this case Trump and the Trumkins in part have themselves to blame. Trump suggested that he might not accept the result when he thought he was losing. A few people here didn’t exactly complain when he said that.”

    It’s practically a given that one or both candidates say something like that, every time. It isn’t a case of ‘If we lose we’ll have a tantrum’ but ‘If it’s close I’ll be sure to ask for recounts where appropriate’.

    In Trump’s case I doubt it was because he thought he was losing but because there were reports of voter fraud and malfunctioning electronic voting machines that seemed to always turn a Trump/Republican vote into a Hillary/Democrat one.(Both of which also seem to be a feature of Presidential elections)

  14. Correct, Gareth. The Dems demanded Trump give up his right to appeal the election. When he refused to give up his right, the Leftards screamed, “TREASON!”

    Algore contested the 2000 election. But Trump cannot appeal the 2016 election, as that would be treason.

  15. ‘More than 10,000 have signed up for a Saturday march’

    Why would you have to sign up? Why wouldn’t you just go, if your addled brain thought you should?

  16. Gamecock – if people sign up then the organisers can say that many attended. Even if only a few hundred did.

    I went on a march many years back in London, the organisers screamed that 40,000 were on the march. I was at the back, the bus we were all following (taking the organisers) was at the front and it was less than a hundred metres from me – with people pretty spaced out between.
    When questioning their numbers I was called a traitor and a lackey of the establishment.
    Sadly for them I could also move to in front of the march and count.

    Even take a photograph on my phone.

  17. Mal Reynolds (Serenity)

    Chester: Trump suggested that he might not accept the result when he thought he was losing. A few people here didn’t exactly complain when he said that.

    Adding to what others above have said. Trump made that statement just after O’Keefe released his hidden camera videos of Hillary Campaign operatives detailing how they commit voter fraud. It would have been insanity, in light of that, to commit to accepting the result whatever the outcome. These current riots are not about vote rigging, electoral fraud etc. They are about not being able to accept losing.

  18. I went on a march many years back in London, the organisers screamed that 40,000 were on the march.

    When I and nearly half a million others were on the Countryside Alliance’s “Liberty and Livelihood” march, the organisers had tellers at the Cenotaph counting everyone as they went past and displayed a large real-time tally – because in their case they knew the BBC would divide estimated numbers by 100 when reporting on it.

    The line of people stretched a good couple of miles.

  19. Martin–Grown ups?. You are Enid Blyton and I claim my £5.
    Grown-ups are those who stand around while a billionaire leftist prick uses his (?) cash to stir up riots which may yet kill somebody–leaving aside those already injured.

    Chester Draws–Why should Trump accept results without checking for fraud? All too likely from one of the most crooked and fraudulent women ever to have lived. A woman who only ended up as his opponent by crookedly fixing the Democrat election. He should have said that he would accept the result of an unrigged election. But that ios easy to say after the event. Would you have so quick with a rejoinder Chester, in front of a hall full of people and millions more watching in? More likely you would have stood there gulping and trying to get your brain working.

  20. The irony that they live in a society where they can protest is lost on them.
    As I pointed out to an American friend after the election one of the points about democracy is that even if you didn’t vote for Trump he’s accountable to all Americans so put your energy into holding him accountable not complaining he has the job in the first place. Have to say they took that comment surprisingly well and agreed with me despite being a fervent Clinton supporter

  21. We wanted guaranteed control over our own bodies, writes the snowflake on theProle’s link but it’s clear that she has something in common with Maggie Passmore in one of TW’s posts yesterday who wrote:

    ‘My body totally rejected the result.’

    theProle’s snowflake continues:
    I touched my face and realized I was crying. “Can we please go home?” I said to my boyfriend. I could tell he was having trouble breathing, and I could feel my chin breaking into hives. Another woman showed me her matching hive…

    It’s clear that “guaranteed control over their own bodies” is something that Snowflakes will enjoy even less than the rest of humanity but what’s behind this phenomenon and is it an issue exclusively of Americans or Democrat supporters or could it simply be a symptom of a hyperactive notion of self?

  22. Not sure which thread to post this on, so it may as well be here.

    So, just to show Ecks how sensitive I am to his erudite and enlightening prose: (i haven’t killed a spazzilion and i’m not hiding under your bed)

    Trump won the election. He won it fair and square under all the rules etc.

    I think there are many people here who probably agrees that he’s a tit.

    So a couple of questions (and I have to use Ecks as the bellwether of this site):

    Now that Trump has won on a ticket of anti-establishment rhetoric, which included specifics like repealing ‘obamacare’, ‘building a wall’, and locking Clinton up, is it fair for me to assume that since reality has impinged, you regard Trump as a lying leftist scum that needs purging from history, now that he’s got his groping hands all over the Statue of Liberty?

  23. @arnald

    I’m inclined to give him a few more days before passing judgement. Let’s see what he does once he’s actually president.

    If at the end of his term in office all he’s got to show for it is a great mountain of debt (and it’s possible this will be how it pans out), then I’ll happily call him out as just like all the others (although still better than that Hillary would have been).

    On the other hand, if he’s fulfilled some of his promises (and probably been frustrated by his party in Congress and the Senate on others), then maybe we will have to concede he’s actually a man who does what he says.

    Time will tell – and half a week worth of being President elect probably isn’t enough time.

  24. Larri–The fog of burger grease is getting to what passes for your brain.

    Trump has 4 years to show if he is a tit or not. That you already are, have always been and always will remain a tit is a given axiom of existence.

    Also Trump didn’t promise to lock the evil bitch up. You are once again indulging your leftist evil with classic socialist projection. Given what he said and what you long to believe he said there is little doubt which version you will always choose. He said that he would appoint a special prosecutor to look into her capers. Any man not in Clinton’s tank by reason of bribery , ideology or fear of being murdered is likely to destroy the cow because she IS an evil, corrupt, murdering witch. For that blame reality rather than your own world of fantasy.

  25. 0.05% of the population on the march.

    More along the lines of .0.05% of the people who signed up to march showing up to march.

    Watch for tight shot photos that fill the frame with marchers but don’t let you see how empty the area around them is.

  26. So Much For Subtlety

    Ironman – “You Thick.Racist.Prick”

    I am still not wrong and you are still not capable of expressing yourself coherently.

    So nothing much has changed. Except Trump won and your side lost.

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