Liberal Protesters Wreak Havoc in Downtown D.C.

While power may have transferred peacefully between the Obama administration and the new Trump administration, the same cannot be said with transfer of power among our citizenry. While there were no violent or destructive protests in the wake of President Obama’s election and inauguration, even though he was the most liberal president ever elected to office. However, President Trump’s election and inauguration has seen countless demonstrations of disgusting liberal violence on the streets of our major cities.

The latest example came to us in the hours after the inauguration.

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Interestingly, just yesterday, former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino was speaking of the new threat of protesters and wondering how the Secret Service would deal with that threat.

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