Liberal May Day Revelers Chant “Kill Trump, Kill Pence”!

I hate May Day.

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I appreciate some of the early 20th century reforms that changed labor practices in the Western world, but I despise the core beliefs of many of those reformers. However, I can empathize with their fight because the lives they lived were far different than our own today. Unlike those reformers, I cannot stomach the liberal zealots who today champion causes even farther to the left than those who came before them. What problem could I have with these ridiculous liberals?

Unlike the reformers of the late 19th and early 20th century, today’s liberal protesters have NOTHING to be protesting. In fact, today’s protesters are reversing the gains of their forbears by fighting for slavery. They fight to give powerful oligarchies (like union leaders) and the government more power, to strip freedoms from the people, and to hand over the rights of our children. Even worse, these liberal malcontents are willing to trample the rights of anyone and everyone who does not agree with their vicious, anti-freedom worldview.

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They are violent (see Berkeley riots, or Seattle, or Portland, or… well any of the other liberal riots), they are closed-minded, and they are wholly intolerant of the beliefs of any who might think differently from them. But the worst part is… they care very little for obeying our laws, or our nations morality.

One small example of their lawlessness…. watch as they chant wishes of death on our President and Vice President.

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