Protest and socity disgust Donald Trump

In recent days I’ve been rowing more wary of general society with thanks to some of the content and crimes being highlighted by a local television station website. That’s not faulting ABC 28 Action News, that’s faulting society and how we — the American people, humans in general – are animals.

Donald Trump doesn’t think much better of general society. The people who love him and support his presidency are types he detests (and they’ll doubt this source and consider it deliberately attacking Trump’s character and making up the story… Which goes along with a running narrative of the presidency that looks away from the wrongs and character issues).

The Dotard in Covfefe does not like certain characters and that goes beyond the standard baseline Republican issues of the past 60 years with race, creed, and sexuality among others. And he doesn’t like expression unless it’s supportive expression.

Want proof? He wants protesting made illegal.

“I don’t know why they don’t take care of a situation like that,” Trump said. “I think it’s embarrassing for the country to allow protesters. You don’t even know what side the protesters are on.”

He added: “In the old days, we used to throw them out. Today, I guess they just keep screaming.”

More than 70 people were arrested after they repeatedly heckled Kavanaugh and senators at Tuesday’s hearing.

Trump’s disconnect with society is on display here. Oh, protesters are still thrown out of meetings. See, there’s this thing called accountability. When someone breaks a rule or a law, they have actions taken against them. Unless it’s you, Donald, or the Trump Organization; that’s how things have changed since your inauguration.

The first ammendment, however, gives people the right to speak and express dissent toward politics they don’t accept. Or political figures they do not approve of. Oh, they’ll get thrown out or locked up if they break laws while protesting, but that doesn’t mean protesting shouldn’t be allowed to begin with.

Whatever the case, supporters or dissenters, we’re all beneath the Dotard in Covfefe in his mindset. Submission to his wishes and his actions are all that will please him, especially when those deeds add profit to his and his friends personal fortune and not the nation which he’s supposed to be leading.

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