Thousands of special snowflakes are taking to the streets to throw public tantrums now that Donald Trump has won the election. On Wednesday, leftist miscreants engaged in coordinated protests after the voters had spoken and blocked the Clinton restoration, a shock to their fragile systems from which they will not soon recover.

Hordes of howling demonstrators marched on Trump Tower in Manhattan as they screamed Fuck Donald Trump”, yelled “Not My President”, chanted “Pussy Grabs Back”, while burning the American flag. The angry tantrums are a display that thanks to being riled up by the Democrats, many Americans are no longer willing to accept the results of elections as the rule of law continues to deteriorate.

Reuters reports “Thousands of anti-Trump protesters take to streets of U.S. cities”:

Demonstrators marched in cities across the United States on Wednesday to protest against Republican Donald Trump’s surprise presidential election win, blasting his campaign rhetoric about immigrants, Muslims and other groups.

In New York, thousands filled streets in midtown Manhattan as they made their way to Trump Tower, Trump’s gilded home on Fifth Avenue. Hundreds of others gathered at a Manhattan park and shouted “Not my president.”

In Los Angeles, protesters sat on the 110 and 101 highway interchange, blocking traffic on one of the city’s main arteries as police in riot gear tried to clear them. Some 13 protesters were arrested, a local CBS affiliate reported.

An earlier rally and march in Los Angeles drew more than 5,000 people, many of them high school and college students, local media reported.

A demonstration of more than 6,000 people blocked traffic in Oakland, California, police said. Protesters threw objects at police in riot gear, burned trash in the middle of an intersection, set off fireworks and smashed store front windows.

Police responded by throwing chemical irritants at the protesters, according to a Reuters witness.

Two officers were injured in Oakland and two police squad cars were damaged, Johnna Watson, spokeswoman for the Oakland Police Department told CNN.

In downtown Chicago, an estimated 1,800 people gathered outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower, chanting phrases like “No Trump! No KKK! No racist USA.”

In Los Angeles, scores of social justice warriors blocked a major freeway, behavior not likely to swing those who they are inconveniencing to their cause and using bullying tactics to impose their will by restricting the free travel of others.

Los Angeles ABC affiliate ABC7 reports “Thousands Protest Trump Election in LA, Block 101 Freeway Downtown”:

In Los Angeles, thousands of people first massed peacefully near City Hall, blocking one side of the street, holding signs and chanting “Not my president.”

Later in the evening as the crowds grew to the thousands, they spilled out onto the 101 Freeway near downtown, shutting it down in one direction as police then blocked lanes on the other side.

Some motorists were stuck in their cars for hours, as protesters filed past them. By midnight, police were letting some of the stuck vehicles on the southbound side leave, but the freeway remain closed overall in both directions.

Police made at least 13 arrests as they began trying to stop more protesters from entering the freeway.

Protesters were also seen spray-painting downtown buildings as well as news vans with anti-Trump slogans.

They also burned a large pinata designed to look like Trump’s head.

In Seattle, the protests turned violent as five people were shot in a confrontation while an anti-Trump pogrom was in progress. It’s not going to calm down anytime soon either as leftist groups backed by Hillary’s sugar daddy George Soros are inciting the mobs. Democratic party activist arm has issued a call to arms for protesters to turn out to express their anger at President-elect Donald Trump showing that liberals are not going to allow a peaceful transition to power to occur.

At some point it will be incumbent upon authorities to restore order which isn’t going to sit well with the anarchists in the streets.

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