More Trump supporter violence (hate crime)?

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The camera man didn't even get knocked to the ground. Is every shove going to be documented and virally spread as a national story?

If a Trump supporter is involved, yes. It will be spread as an alt-right violent attack. Antifa and leftist violence gets brushed under the rug though. I have a thread going where P&N mostly doesn't care that white leftists tried to violently intimidate Trump-supporters.
 
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The camera man didn't even get knocked to the ground. Is every shove going to be documented and virally spread as a national story?
Sarah Sanders just gets yelled at in a restaurant, never touched her and it was a national story. Her actions effect the lives of citizens. This cameraman did nothing to that Trumptard. However he does listen to Trump called the media "the enemy of the people"
 
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If a Trump supporter is involved, yes. It will be spread as an alt-right violent attack. Antifa and leftist violence gets brushed under the rug though. I have a thread going where P&N mostly doesn't care that white leftists tried to violently intimidate Trump-supporters.
Antifa are not Democrats. Trump advocates to his supporters to commit acts of physical violence.
 
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Sarah Sanders just gets yelled at in a restaurant, never touched her and it was a national story. Her actions effect the lives of citizens. This cameraman did nothing to that Trumptard. However he does listen to Trump called the media "the enemy of the people"

Yea, it is newsworthy that the left now thinks it is acceptable to harass those they don't agree with, even in their personal space (like dinner at restaurant with family), outside their homes, etc. This wasn't a regular thing before, but thanks to shitbags like Maxine Waters it is now a "thing."
 
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Yea, it is newsworthy that the left now thinks it is acceptable to harass those they don't agree with, even in their personal space (like dinner at restaurant with family), outside their homes, etc. This wasn't a regular thing before, but thanks to shitbags like Maxine Waters it is now a "thing."
Its newsworthy you are fine with camerman being physically attacked by frothing Trumptards yet cry crocodile tears for SS
 

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Trump only encourages attacks on the press like, regularly, what's the big deal?
The Free Press is the enemy of the People! God wanted Trump to be President!
 
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If a Trump supporter is involved, yes. It will be spread as an alt-right violent attack. Antifa and leftist violence gets brushed under the rug though. I have a thread going where P&N mostly doesn't care that white leftists tried to violently intimidate Trump-supporters.
Well, the Marines don't appear to be Trump supporters afaik, and if youre referencing the Trump supporters from your link, it was these guys

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proud_Boys?wprov=sfla1

So here we are again, with two extremists groups fighting.

Trump encourages fighting from his supporters, this is well known and documented.

So back to this thread, are you denying that Trump attacks the press regularly and encourages his supporters to attack others?
 
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Its newsworthy you are fine with camerman being physically attacked by frothing Trumptards yet cry crocodile tears for SS

No, we don't know the details here. You are being dishonest on purpose. If the guy was minding his own business, doing his job and just harassed by the Trump supporter and assaulted, then that is wrong. But we have no idea what transpired. This is unlike the thread I created where the antifa scum were charged with assault and were trying to intimidate and harm people for not having the same political opinion as them... talki about the SS...
 
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Trump doesn't care if people get hurt, he only cares about getting his base to ignore what is reported about him.

And the lemmings play along.
 
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No, we don't know the details here. You are being dishonest on purpose. If the guy was minding his own business, doing his job and just harassed by the Trump supporter and assaulted, then that is wrong. But we have no idea what transpired. This is unlike the thread I created where the antifa scum were charged with assault and were trying to intimidate and harm people for not having the same political opinion as them... talki about the SS...
We do know what transpired. The cameraman was attacked by a frothing Trumptard and that person was escorted out by security. So you think the cameraman instigated it?? Start taking better drugs.

I took note your God saw the incident and didn't take time to remind the crowd not to commit physical acts of violence. Why? Because he has encouraged his lemmings to commit physical violence. Not the first time Trump put reporters lives in danger. Secret Service had to escort MSNBCs Katy Tur out of a Trump rally because Trump zombies were threatening her life.

BTW - I dare to find one person here condoning antifa committing random acts of violence. Antifa are anarchists. However I'm not going to feel sorry for a few Nazi's being punched in the face
 

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Details seem light on what / who caused the fight. Not the same situation as a roaming pack of antifa thugs assaulting those that have different views than them. Kristallnacht-loving antifa scum.
This kind of dishonesty is typical of the Unhinged Right, which always supports violence as long they're the ones committing the violence.
 

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A hard shove is considered a physically violent/hate crime attack?
It's certainly a lot more violent than knocking someone's hat off their head.
 

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If a Trump supporter is involved, yes. It will be spread as an alt-right violent attack. Antifa and leftist violence gets brushed under the rug though. I have a thread going where P&N mostly doesn't care that white leftists tried to violently intimidate Trump-supporters.
It's funny that you say this while desperately trying to sweep yet another instance of right wing violence against the media under the rug. It's obvious from your words that you approve of and support this kind of wanton violence against your Leader's Enemies of the People, and that your only regret is that you didn't perpetrate it yourself.
 
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A hard shove is considered a physically violent/hate crime attack?
In Florida, a trumpet getting a hard shove is grounds for someone getting lead poisoning, see Michael Drejka. It's funny to always see them act like the victims, no matter what.
 
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We do know what transpired. The cameraman was attacked by a frothing Trumptard and that person was escorted out by security. So you think the cameraman instigated it?? Start taking better drugs.

I took note your God saw the incident and didn't take time to remind the crowd not to commit physical acts of violence. Why? Because he has encouraged his lemmings to commit physical violence. Not the first time Trump put reporters lives in danger. Secret Service had to escort MSNBCs Katy Tur out of a Trump rally because Trump zombies were threatening her life.

BTW - I dare to find one person here condoning antifa committing random acts of violence. Antifa are anarchists. However I'm not going to feel sorry for a few Nazi's being punched in the face
In the US, I don't even know that antifa are anarchists, I think its a mashup of a lot of ideologies and they're often just simply anti-fascists that aren't going to let literal neo-Nazis march without any response. I'm not even sure I'd call them "Antifa" with a capital a, as I think there's a distinct different between most of the people showing up (and being lumped as a unified group of Antifa), and what Antifa has done in Europe and even Canada. But if you ask most of them, they'll say they're anti-fascists. But then, I bet if you talked to average neo-Nazis/alt-righters/etc they'd claim they're anti-fascists too.

Of course right-wingers are incapable of nuanced thought, so to them any black person that has ever shot at a police officer is BLM and thus all BLM are terrorists and so on and so forth.
 
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Yup, he's ignored any post that discredits his false assertions. What a joke, this is what conservatives have become.
Which is why you ignore them while posting what you otherwise would respond to them with just in general discussion with others.

Every so often I'll respond to them, mostly just to point out the idiocy of certain posts and laugh at them for just how stupid they show themselves to be, but there's very rarely any point to directly addressing them. They're not discussing things in good faith and you'll end up with pages of responding to all their stupid posts if you bother addressing all of them. I tend to leave it at a couple of posts per thread at most (generally just pointing out how the basic foundation of their argument are flawed in such a way that it undermines the entirety of it; if its a point that they keep trying to force no matter how many times they've been given a simple explanation of why - like how they keep trying to conflate social media companies and ISPs with regards to differences in regulation - then I'll usually respond to someone else bringing it up or not respond to anyone in particular, just so that its noted and to stymie pages more wasted on explaining that when its often quite simple).
 

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