Les Deplorables

by Pat Tarzwell   3/7/17
There was a rally this week end called “The Spirit of America Rally”.  As it turns out, it was a Trump rally but I was there with 400 to 500 Washington deplorables.  I was really interested in going because I was told there would be lots of protesters; always liking to have the opportunity to talk with some of them, I went.  The State patrol really kept us separate, so no real interaction for me, other than those that wanted to pick a fight, so they could show how mean spirited we are.  And as it happens, a number of the speakers backed out for one reason or another and I got the chance to address the crowd, off the cuff; (Always good practice).

A piece of good news was that after one particular protester got a bit too hands on with the State Patrol, he learned a nice little lesson, or at least I think he learned his lesson.  And then one of the fellow pond scum suckers tried to interfere with the police as they took out this garbage, err.. I mean, this patriotic American, just trying to voice his opinion of the political climate, being dragged off, literally.  Well, this additional pond scum sucker, err.. I mean patriot, got a little tune-up too, for his efforts.  I am sorry, I am weak, but I like to see these yutes getting a nice bit of aggressive education from time to time.  I have to ask, are we supposed to be intimidated because of a 6’, 110 pound black bandana masked protester intentionally bumps into women?  Again we did not act the way we, I guess, were supposed to. No-one threw any punches, but I think when they got surrounded by AR wielding or pistol packing deplorables, they thought better of their position, and got out of there.

The best news might be that there were at least twice as many cops as protesters, and since they proved they, the cops, were willing to defend themselves, the pond scum behaved, well about as well as they are able.  I think if cops all around this country would use the proper amount of force earlier at these events, we could save a lot of property and some lives; at least that was my take.

These leftist here in Washington are lame, they cannot muster more than say 30 to 40 protesters to a Trump rally, what is this world coming too?  The news media will ignore the rally because the left was out numbered more than 10 to 1, and none, (well only four), of the yutes got their butts kicked, although most or many did deserve it. How can we get a decent riot going if this is all the rioters we can muster?  They media would love to make it seem like the numbers were equal, but they cannot.

Addendum, the news was able to spin this.  The story came out that the police, (State Patrol actually), said they could not say if those involved in violence were Trump supporters or Anti Trump supporters, (AKA rioters).  That requires a special kind of stupid; I was there, you would have to blind to see who was trying to cause trouble.  They must have a special office of lies down there at the state patrol, because I am sure that not one of the Troopers that were there would have had any trouble answering that question.

Just like the socialist of the French Revolution, these little pukes need a serious attitude adjustment, but this time it should be off with “their” heads.  Regardless of what some think, they, (the leftist), are out there and they are not going to go away without a fight, so fight we must.

Pat Tarzwell was born conservative, runs a successful hi-tech business, and lives a red-state life in a deep blue one. • (1186 views)

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26 Responses to Les Deplorables

  1. Timothy Lane says:

    Whether it’s because of armed citizens or some other reason, you seem to have been relatively lucky. Some other rallies faced leftist mob violence — especially (and not surprisingly) in Berkeley,

    • pst4usa says:

      I would guess that in Berkley as in some other spots, the ratio is a bit more bias for the pond scum. But there were plenty of well armed citizens in the crowd.

  2. Tom Riehl Tom Riehl says:

    Pat, I’m trying to do my part for the cause. It was raining quite a bit today, so I wore my bright blue Trump 2106 MAGA boonie hat to Walmart. Guess what, not even a second glance, even here in my sanctuary city, county, state of Oregon.

    • pst4usa says:

      Well, thanks Tom, if we all do a little it will have an impact. Although the leftist are not going away, it will be nice when they are too ashamed to show the little faces. We will have to start the long process of take our country back from them, but that will take many decades, longer than I have to live. They have been at this for over 100 years, I am sure we cannot undo the damage in anything less than half of that. And that is just not in our DNA.

  3. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    If you want to know how liberal the Trumps are, here’s an article about Melania supposedly embracing her role as first lady. Does she want to focus on keeping kids off of drugs? Promoting literacy? No. Her emphasis seems to be on the supposed continued victim status of women:

    Mrs. Trump asked guests for suggestions on how best to empower women and girls worldwide, possibly foreshadowing women’s empowerment as an issue she would pursue as first lady. Trump said recently that his wife, who turns 47 next month, feels strongly about “women’s difficulties.”

    “I will work alongside you in ensuring that the gender of one’s birth does not determine one’s treatment in society,” she told guests, according to a tweet by a White House official.

    Of course, if her emphasis is on the oppression of women by Islam, I’m all for her activism.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      It did say “worldwide”, which would include Islam (and a lot of other cultures that are equally dismissive of women). Perhaps this is even linked to Trump’s attitude toward immigration from the Third World.

      • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

        Worthy causes for a first lady

        + Just looking good and evoking an air of class

        + Promoting literacy

        + Just saying no to drugs

        + Taking on the societal problem of bastardy and single-parent families

        + Taking on the cause of positive (not Alinskyesque) volunteerism in one’s community

        + Eduction (and education reform)

        + Promotion of art (not leftist art) and science (not leftist science)

        + Childhood diseases

        That’s just off the top of my head. But unless the first lady specifically comes out against the Islamic oppression of women, she’s just showed herself to be another liberal clown.

        • Timothy Lane says:

          Well, Jesse Watters just had a discussion with Michelle Malkin about the respective comments of Melania Trump and Slick Hilly for International Women’s Day. The latter, of course, celebrated the anti-Trump forces. But Melania drew a fine contrast between America and the communist Yugoslavia in which she grew up.

  4. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    Here’s an interesting article (though woefully incomplete): Why Are the Millennials Protesting?

    Dr. Brown has a further video that attempts to answer a few questions that he asks (which he really doesn’t…sort of a waste of time). But I think this comment is apt:

    ”The world revolves around the way I feel.”

    One thing he doesn’t address, which I think is central, is the lack of real men at home. But he sites a study that says:

    ”A cleansing fire: Moral outrage alleviates guilt and buffers threats to one’s moral identity.”

    Whether this “new study” that he cites addresses where the guilt comes from and why the hyper-inflated moral identity is anyone’s guess.

    I guess the long and the short of it is that people are coming to recognize what Michael Savage said quite a while ago: Liberalism is a mental disorder.

    • pstmct says:

      I can confirm that my guess of the average age of the supporters at this rally was in the 50’s and the average age of the pond scum was in there 20’s. None scientific, but it is what I guessed based on my observations. And yes Michael Savage is right, it is clearly a mental disorder.

      • Timothy Lane says:

        That’s what I would expect to find. An interesting study I came across recently noted that this student intolerance was highest at the most expensive (and thus exclusive) colleges (e.g., Middlebury). The colleges that cater to the poor have students who are there to learn, and who were raised as spoiled brats. (The ghetto toughs, like Michael Brown, might behave much the same as snowflakes, but I doubt many go to college.)

  5. pst4usa says:

    Timothy, In my travels I am finding that college kids are not intolerant, they are indoctrinated. They have been shielded from any enduring truth and had their minds filled with leftist goo. When they finally get to hear some truth, it is contrary to everything they have ever heard, and it is a challenge, (which they have been protected from their whole life), to every thing they believe. so they circle the wagons, or fall back into line with the other Lemmings and feel superior to anyone espousing truth.
    One of the Nazi leaders said something like this, tell a lie long enough and strong enough, it will become believed to be true. These kids are the proof of that line.

    • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

      One of the Nazi leaders said something like this, tell a lie long enough and strong enough, it will become believed to be true. These kids are the proof of that line.

      There is some dispute whether this originated with Hitler or Goebbels. Either way, they got the “Theory of the Big Lie” down pat.

      As to education of yutes, I believe it was Ignatius Loyola who said something like, “Give me a child for his first six years and he will be mine for his lifetime.”

      It would seem the time period has been extended. Perhaps, modern education has telescoped those six years to 12-16 years and extended the length of childhood.

      • Timothy Lane says:

        Whether it was Hitler or Goebbels who came up with the idea, it was Goebbels as “Minister of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment”, who put it into practice. Note the significance of the title.

        I would respond to Pat that the brain-washing he cites (and which doesn’t surprise me at all) explains the intolerance.

      • pst4usa says:

        So it seems Mr. Zu! It makes complete sense Timothy, it is possible to never leave the leftist bubble; so if indoctrinated well enough as Mr. Zu points out, they can be leftist for life. The same cannot be said for someone on the right. We must live in their world, MSM. Hollywood, Television and education are all in the left’s pocket; The left needs it to be that way, they cannot hang on to anyone other than the true believer without this constant brainwashing. My big problem is how many people that call them selves conservative or the right, get sucked into the left’s bigest lies.

        • Timothy Lane says:

          Well, we see how many Republicans lately have decided to go with the flow on global warming aka climate change, despite the weakness of the scientific case. This weakness is fought by increasingly shrill and intolerant rhetoric by political cultists pretending to claim the mantle of science.

  6. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    Another clear-thinking article by John Hawkins. Make sure you’re not one of them: Sorry, Liberals, There Are No Oppressed Americans

    A fellow came into my office the other day. He’s in a business much effected by the new minimum wage hikes. He was animated (the normal state the Left…perhaps Trump as well…leaves people in). He’s a small business owner, not a government freeloader, but he doesn’t know the first thing about economics.

    Right after telling me that there should be a maximum wage (good…we used to call that “whatever wages the employer and employee could negotiate”) he said that we ought to return to the days when there was a 90% tax on “the rich.”

    This guy (sort of a yute…maybe 30 or so) was animated and wondered why more people weren’t out protesting. Take it from yours truly, what Hawkins is saying is right-on. This is the state that the Left leaves people in. And we dare not imitate them on the right.

    I told this client of mine in a very good-natured way that the price of Utopia wasn’t cheap. And perhaps instead of more oppressive government in our lives we need more freedom of choice and free market.

    But like so many others, “greed” (other people’s greed, of course) incensed him. Make no mistake. This was not necessarily a card-carrying Leftie. I mention this incident because he was otherwise (for today) a normal and decent person. But there is no avenue for this guy to escape the lies and the agitating. There is no clear leadership on the right (thus the cost of conservatives shilling for Trump, RINOs, and Christians abandoning their faith to take up Kumbaya Christianity). We can understand from their point of view that Trump only exacerbates the problem. But at the same time, they have no idea of the solution. They are trapped in their own dogma. All they have left to do is stew in their own misinformed and hyperventilated juices.

    American Thinker has become an echo chamber for those on the right also caught in this drama. Kudos to John Hawkins for having a clear voice about this phenomenon…mostly on the Left, of course, but by no means limited to the Left.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      A lot of liberals like to point to the high tax rates of the Eisenhower era (before the Kennedy-Johnson tax cuts) and argue that the economy worked fine then (and in fact, better than in the past decade or so). They carefully forget that few people actually paid taxes at that level thanks to all the tax loopholes (can you say “oil depletion allowance”, boys and girls?). Over time we’ve lowered rates in return for getting rid of a lot of the loopholes.

      Perhaps you could ask someone like that how hard he would work if 90% of what he earned was taken from him. Much of conservatism is simple common sense, which is why it survives (and to some extent even thrives) as a political philosophy despite the apathetic ignorance of most voters.

      • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

        I fear “the rich” has turned into the equivalent of pixie dust for the Religion of Leftism. It can cure all ills. Just squeeze like a lemon.

      • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

        A lot of liberals like to point to the high tax rates of the Eisenhower era (before the Kennedy-Johnson tax cuts) and argue that the economy worked fine then (and in fact, better than in the past decade or so).

        They also very conveniently forget that the U.S.A. had little competition in those days. Europe was still trying to rebuild after WWII, as was Japan. Not only was China still backward, it had been further ruined by WWII, which started there earlier than in Europe. And Communists took over in 1949 and did their best to run what ever was left of the economy into the ground.

        If I recall correctly, estimates are that, at that time, the USA GNP as a percentage of the world economy was probably greater than that of any other nation in history. Of course the U.S.A. economy was good in the 1950’s.

    • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

      A good article by Hawkins. Misery love company, and if it can’t find company, it will create it. That about sums it up.

      • pst4usa says:

        I love that Mr. Zu. My addition to the article is that the left does not just love for people to think of themselves as victims; “Liberals LOVE for people to think of themselves as victims. They love for people to go through life furious, upset over things most people wouldn’t even notice.” They need for people to feel, (sorry I used “think” earlier), that they are victims; rich or poor we are all victims, unless you are a “rich”, (defined by the left as not on welfare), white male.

        • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

          The left’s existence depends upon the fragmentation of society and culture and pitting the “aggrieved” against the “privileged.” The indoctrination begins early in life.

          Have you ever noticed how many TV shows, movies, books and the like are created around dissatisfied characters who were “bullied”, felt ugly, untalented, inferior, etc., etc., ad nauseam?” The entertainment industry hammers home the message that everybody except the arrogant few, have been belittled, cheated, laughed at and generally held in contempt by the bad guys, i.e. the successful, attractive, popular and the like. In the movies, the bad guys are generally people who have done nothing for their privilege, greedy and of low moral character. Of course, how could it be otherwise? Only the losers in life, the “downtrodden” of their champions are virtuous.

          I did not see this type of thing growing up. Naturally, we have the Horatio Alger type story where someone pulled himself up by the bootstraps to success, but that person worked for his success and was happy to achieve it, not ashamed. There was not the pervasive grievance which permeates the culture today.

          As Andrew Breitbart said, “Culture is upstream of politics.” The rot in our politics has been brought about, in large part, through allowing the rot to invade our culture.

          • Timothy Lane says:

            Liberals exist to be outraged. Back in 1993, a local radio station had Mitch McConnell on while the House was passing Slick Willie’s version of SwindleUs. A liberal caller angrily confronted McConnell, who noted that he the liberals were winning the vote (as they did) and wondered why he was so angry.

            Victim status is a convenient way to be angry at the world, and thus suits the liberal mindset well.

            This was an important lesson as I came, over the course of about a decade, to understand the nature of liberals. This eventually led to my concept of virulent liberalism, which I have discussed here before.

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