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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Trump update 1/14/2017.. Form 'Wall of Meat' If Inauguration Protests Get Out of Hand

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Anti-Trump protests kick off with Washington civil rights march








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Anarchists Plan To "Stop The Trump-Pence Regime Of Grave Danger Before It Starts"


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-14/anarchists-plan-stop-trump-pence-regime-grave-danger-it-starts

By Shepard Ambellas via Intellihub.com,



“In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America,” the group’s slogan reads at the top of their website. Anarchists from the group Refuse Fascism plan to “take to the streets” on Inauguration Day and “bring D.C. to a halt” after claiming that Donald Trump has “assembled a regime of grave danger.” The group says that a Trump presidency is “illegitimate” because he did not win the “popular vote” but rather won the Electoral College which the group claims “is an institution set up in 1787 to protect slavery.”

We Begin Jan 14 at 4PM… March into the night…every night

Grow in Numbers…

We will be:

First: Hundreds & thousands taking to the streets

Then: Becoming ten and a hundred thousand

Grow each day to become millions across the country

as the week of Jan. 16-20 unfolds…




And with the call for such anarchy, one can only imagine how all of this could quickly spiral out of control, leading to a massive riot or even martial law as called for by Rosie O’Donnell via Twitter on Thursday. “According to O’Donnell, the one way to stop Trump is to effectively end the Constitution and set up a military dictatorship, all because of documented disinformation spread by the corporate media about supposed Russian ties to the president-elect,” Alex Thomas with Intellihub wrote. “O’Donnell continued with multiple follow up Tweets that described her thought process which is either completely brainwashed by corporate media disinformation or worse, is all part of a wider conspiracy to stop Trump from taking office.”

Trump’s Inauguration could, in fact, turn out to be the biggest, single most important event to take place in human history as pointed out by radio talk show host Alex Jones in a key transmission. As previewed, on Saturday afternoon civil rights activists kicked off a week of protests ahead of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration with a march in Washington on Saturday, vowing to keep fighting for equality and justice under the upcoming administration.

Chanting "no justice, no peace," a few thousand protesters headed by the Rev. Al Sharpton marched along the National Mall toward the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, about two miles (3 km) from the steps of the U.S. Capitol, where Trump will be sworn in as president on Friday. Pre-march speakers denounced Trump to protesters, who braved drizzle and temperatures just above freezing to show their support for minority rights and President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, which Trump has vowed to dismantle.

"We stand together, not as a people of hate, but as a people of hope," said Charley Hames Jr., president of the Oakland, California, chapter of Sharpton's National Action Network. "We believe this march is the first of many." "He's a clown," said marcher Ken Coopwood Jr., 17, of Washington. "I think he's not going to care about much, unless it's personal." Civil rights groups including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the National Council of La Raza, as well as Democratic lawmakers had all said they would take part in Saturday's march.

The march began hours after Trump blasted U.S. Representative John Lewis after the Georgia Democrat and civil rights campaigner said he did not see Trump as a legitimate president. Lewis told NBC News in an interview for Sunday's "Meet the Press" that he believed Russia's alleged hacking aimed at helping Trump put his legitimacy into question. Trump replied on Twitter on Saturday that Lewis should focus instead on his Atlanta district. "All talk, talk, talk - no action or results! Sad!," he wrote.

About 30 groups, almost all of them anti-Trump, have gotten permits to protest before, during and after the inauguration. Thousands of demonstrators also have vowed to shut down the inauguration, including by closing off security checkpoints along the inaugural parade route.

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Confirmed: "Unknown" Republican, Democrat Paid For Anti-Trump Report

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-13/confirmed-unknown-republican-democrat-behind-compromising-anti-trump-report



................Naturally, good luck proving either side of the allegations. As the WSJ explained in its initial report, "no presidential campaigns or super PACs reported payments to Orbis in their required Federal Election Commission filings. But several super PACs over the course of the campaign reported that they paid limited liability companies, whose ultimate owners may be difficult or impossible to discern." Just as was intended, and surely no self-respecting spy would allow a SuperPac to pay him directly... or for that matter publicly. So where do we stand now? After a series of back and forths, Jeb Bush has been accused of funding the report, with his own SuperPAC immediately denying it, as it would of course, since there is no definitive evidence (yet?) of Bush's involvement. However, courtesy of Corn's report, who is writing on behalf of Steele, we do know without dispute, that "the American firm was conducting a Trump opposition research project that was first financed by a Republican source until the funding switched to a Democratic one." And all this happened after a British spy was being worked by the FSB, who provided him with fake intel, including the glorious Golden Shower scene (hopefully the impact of 4Chan will eventually emerge somewhere here) to stuff the report, and ask for even more cash from his client; a report which was so incredibly not even the FBI could do anything with it. Could the Republican source have been Jeb Bush? Certainly: after all, the Republican funding stopped at one point - perhaps when Jeb dropped out of the primary - only to be replaced with a Democrat source. Incidentally, we also have very good sense of who the "Democratic source" funding Steele's research may have been. ................

We Are Getting Worried About Paul Krugman | Zero Hedge





When a delicate snowflake is suddenly faced with a perceived reality so devastating as to be an existential crisis, the mind's reaction to dealing with this cognitive dissonance can be disabling for some. Certainly for The New York Times' flip-flopping, hate-mongering, fact-twisting, Keynesian poster-boy Paul Krugman it appears coping with "no" is not going well and his tirade last night in Twitter has us gravely concerned for his mental stability, which is ironic given how he began yesterday...





Trump may be corrupt, but he's also mentally unstable. Thanks, Comey https://t.co/gs451Ixlvc



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017



But that was followed quickly by a six-tweet-rant nothing short of what we would expect from a dejected five-year-old who just got denied another scoop of ice cream...





Why won't Team Trump even *pretend* to stand up to Putin? The obsequiousness had people wondering even before the dossier pic.twitter.com/b10uhQfrTX



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017





So much to worry about right now; so let me add to the pile. I suspect that we'll soon see massive rage on the part of Trump supporters 1/



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017





Why? I don't see many saying this, but anti-intellectualism was a big part of the movement: you smug liberals think we're stupid? Hah! 2/



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017





Now imagine the reaction when it becomes clear that they were snookered. Not only did they vote to strip themselves of health care 3/



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017





because they believed the assurances of an obvious fraudster, but Mr. Make America Great Again is a witting or unwitting foreign agent 4/



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017





I guess some will say "Gosh, I made a big mistake". But many will lash out even harder at those know-it-alls who, um, were actually right 5/



— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 13, 2017



Krugman once again blames the ignorance of the deplorable masses (who just don't get what a "fraudster" Trump is) in shunning him and his "know-it-alls", but he has been heading down this hill of manic-depressive lashing out for weeks now having recently suggested Trump will unleash a 9/11-style attack to legitimize his presidency.



Is he hoping to maintain a groundswell of "well, if he is not hitler... he must be worse" thoughts among those so easily led? Still, coming from a man who has prognosticated alien invasions as a global economic growth engine, we are not sure if he is mental situation is improving or deteriorating. We wish him well.



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