Sunday, July 2, 2017

Protest Differences: Left vs. Right

John R. Houk
© July 2, 2017

A noted Conservative is invited to speak at a Liberal Arts university where chances are a majority of the professors are hate-Trump Leftists, the MSM is then filled with Antifa anarchists pushing students to riot and destroy property.

OR, a Conservative operated speaking rally or Trump rally occurs and AGAIN Antifa anarchists move to confront the Conservatives/Trump supporters with violence expecting the Right-minded to stand by like a rug to take a pummeling or weapon threats.

The American Left call this the “Resistance”. This kind of Resistance is simply a load of un-American crap promoted by the Left to perpetuate the expansion of the Obama-Left fundamental transformation away from what has made America great as established by our insightful Founding Fathers.

NOW! Let’s look at the way Conservatives/Trump supporters respond to Leftist mockery.

After Starbucks staff mocks woman in Trump shirt, fellow supporters have AWESOME response

June 28, 2017 4:17pm

No matter where you personally stand on President Trump, you can’t deny he has a loyal fanbase of supporters who tend to not only stick up for their choice of leadership, but for one another as well.

More than 50 people decked out in pro-Trump gear jammed themselves into a small Starbucks store in Charlotte, North Carolina after some of the staff was accused of mocking a woman wearing a Trump shirt.

TheBlaze is reporting, The peaceful sit in, which began at 2 p.m., completely filled the Starbucks location — and even the parking lot, for a little while. The group had no demands, but instead wanted to stand up to a business they felt was disrespectful toward their political views, Mecklenburg County Republican Party board member James Tatro told The Charlotte Observer.

“We wanted the staff to see that Trump supporters are just as human as anyone else,” he said. “We live in a diverse city. It’s unacceptable in a modern society to make a customer feel uncomfortable, whether it’s a liberal business mistreating a conservativee customer or a conservative business mistreating a liberal customer.”

Members of the pro-Trump group told Fox 46 Charlotte that the sit-in started out a little tense, but the mood shifted when people started ordering beverages using names associated with the White House, like Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

In a Facebook post about the event, the Mecklenburg County Republican Party described the sit-in as “a perfect example of a peaceful political demonstration.” The party said the group consisted of representatives from the board, Hispanics for Trump, Women for Trump, and Deplorable Pride, a pro-Trump LGBT group.

The original incident that sparked the demonstration involved Kayla Hart who claims that after she ordered a drink the staff laughed at her, shoved her order at her, and then shouted, “build a wall.”

The corporate office of Starbucks released a statement afterwards apologizing for the way Hart was treated, stating they “failed to meet this customer’s expectations of us, and we have apologized and are working directly with her to make it right.”

No one, regardless of their political affiliation should be mocked for showing support for an elected official at any level. That includes liberals.

All in all, we could all use a bit more practice being decent to each other, especially after this last election cycle.

[This article was written by Michael Cantrell]
Protest Differences: Left vs. Right
John R. Houk
© July 2, 2017
After Starbucks staff mocks woman in Trump shirt, fellow supporters have AWESOME response

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