— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 27, 2015
Remember a year ago when the Baltimore mayor said this amid the rioting in her city:
“I’ve made it very clear that I work with the police and instructed them to do everything that they could to make sure that the protesters were able to exercise their right to free speech.
“It’s a very delicate balancing act, because while we tried to make sure that they were protected from the cars and the other things that were going on, we also gave those who wished to destroy space to do that as well.”
Worth noting the San Jose police also had similar marching instructions from their democrat mayor last week during a Donald Trump event in his town.
After the recent one-sided violence witnessed against Donald Trump supporters in San Jose, we should all be enlightened to the fact that, especially in democrat stranglehold areas, law and order is disposable and innocent people, property, civility, and peace are expendable…
Here’s good news for the Cleveland Police Department: don’t worry about getting that riot gear properly fitted for the Republican National Convention this summer. The San José Police Department has set a new precedent with its response to Donald Trump supporters being sucker punched and bloodied by flag-burning agitators: stand and watch.
A direct reference to this story from a couple of months ago.
Basically: "Arresting them would just make them angrier so we didn't." pic.twitter.com/FcgE8YaZen
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) June 5, 2016
Footnote: Cleveland also has a democrat mayor
Violent protests after a San Jose Trump rally raise questions about Cleveland’s ability to handle clashes when an expected 50,000 visitors attend the convention in July.
Protesters mobbed Donald Trump supporters following a Trump rally in San Jose Thursday – a reminder of questions about whether Cleveland authorities will have the capacity to handle potentially larger confrontations around the Republican Convention in July.
Around 300 protesters descended on supporters of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee outside the San Jose Convention Center, punching more than 12 people, throwing eggs, chasing Trump supporters, and banging on their cars.
Such scenes have become increasingly common outside Trump rallies and have placed added pressure on Cleveland officials to step up security planning efforts head of the convention scheduled for July 18-21.
It should be real interesting to see where Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s oath-sworn priorities, duty, loyalty, and service lie … With the City of Cleveland and her citizenry, or with his democrat party and its agenda of chaos and socialism and fascism. Lord knows his mayoral comrades in other cities/states are abandoning him.
Democrat mayors from states/cities outside of Ohio are either refusing, or rescinding, their proposed aide/policemen to Cleveland during the RNC convention next month…
Chaos, you see, is all part of the final plan…
This doctrine is, of course, irreconcilable with Marx’s own political activities and with the teachings he advanced for the justification of these activities. Marx tried to organize a political party which by means of revolution and civil war should accomplish the transition from capitalism to socialism. The characteristic feature of their parties was, in the eyes of Marx and all Marxian doctrinaires, that they were revolutionary parties invariably committed to the idea of violent action. Their aim was to rise in rebellion, to establish the dictatorship of the proletarians and to exterminate mercilessly all bourgeois …
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 5, 2016