In an ironic twist, Donald Trump is warning of the potential for more violence this summer. Despite months of propaganda that the presumptive GOP nominee was the one promoting unrest, the media has been strangely silent in condemning the Democratic party’s Black Lives Matter Frankenstein monster. It now seems like ancient history that Trump and his supporters were being vilified by the press and political foes after a few unruly people at rallies got a bit rowdy and there were howls of outrage that Trump himself was going to incite violence at the party convention in Cleveland. Then the truth slowly began to seep out that rather than the Trump backers, it was the Democrats whose hooligans were the ones wreaking havoc – stalking and beating unarmed citizens in San Jose and most recently, taking to the streets to attack police and intimidate ordinary citizens over the weekend.
According to CNN “Trump warns last week’s violence might be ‘just the beginning'”:
Donald Trump on Monday warned the violence of last week “might be just the beginning for this summer,” during an interview addressing recent tensions across the country.
“We are in a divided nation,” Trump told the Associated Press. “I looked two nights ago and you were having trouble in 11 different cities, big, big trouble. And the press actually plays it down. I mean, you were having big, big trouble in many cities. And I think that might be just the beginning for this summer.”
Two separate instances last week of police killing black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, led to protests across the country. And a peaceful protest in Dallas, Texas, turned fatal after a gunman killed five police officers — the deadliest attack on police since 9/11.
Protests over the police shootings continued, not only domestically but around the world. Over the weekend, hundreds of demonstrators were arrested in cities including New York, Chicago, St. Paul, Minnesota, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after some protests turned violent.
Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, had a far different message than President Barack Obama, who last week said the country isn’t “as divided as some have suggested.”
“There is sorrow, there is anger, there is confusion about next steps,” Obama said Saturday from Warsaw, Poland. “But there’s unity in recognizing that this is not how we want our communities to operate. This is not who we want to be as Americans.”
Trump countered that “it’s far worse, and certainly far worse than (the President) believes it is.”
Following a weekend of violence by the racist BLM mobs, the Dems and especially Queen Hillary find themselves in a bind. They have so alienated the white working class is that to denounce the angry blacktivists with mayhem on their minds would be risking the alienation of exactly those upon whom their electoral hopes rest upon. Meanwhile Trump has a free hand to promote himself as the law and order candidate.
The old warhorse Pat Buchanan, a man who has seen many a twist in presidential politics sums up Hillary’s dilemma in his recent piece “Will Hillary Ditch Black Lives Matter?” where he states that:
Monday, Donald Trump declared himself “the law and order candidate,” and added: “America’s police … are what separates civilization from total chaos and destruction of our country as we know it.”
And Clinton? On Friday, she said, “I’m going to be talking to white people. I think we’re the ones who have to start listening.”
Prediction: If Black Lives Matter does not clean up its act, Obama and Clinton will have to throw this crowd over the side, or the BLM will take her down.
You have to admit that the schadenfreude is delightful, there is no way on God’s green earth that the Democrats can call out Black Lives Matter this late in the game without suffering grave consequences come November 8th.