by Jalapenoman on 23/04/14 at 6:56 am
A SATIRE WORLD EDITORIAL
So… the Honorable Ex-Senate Majority Leader from Nevada (Mr. Harry Reid) believes that all of the people who once showed up to protest the treatment of the rancher in his home state are “Domestic Terrorists.”
Does he also believe that the people who showed up to support Trayvon Martin were also “Domestic Terrorists?” What about the riots in the L.A. area when Rodney King was beaten (and again when the verdict was announced)? Were those protesters also “Domestic Terrorists?”
As Al Sharpton was there in support of Trayvon, this group of people were probably there to make sure that truth and justice and the civil and Constitutional rights of the Martin family were protected. After all, George Zimmerman, guilty of nothing more than self defense, was “beating down the black man” that looked like Obama’s son!
When the Los Angeles ghettos went crazy and robbed, looted, and destroyed after the Rodney King beating, were the people seen stealing televisions from stores and beating the Korean store owners simply people seeing that Rodney’s rights were observed? Jesse Jackson believed that these “civil protesters” should not be prosecuted as they were venting frustrations from hundreds of years of oppression.
When the American Embassy was attacked in Bengazhi, it wasn’t by terrorist (according to Hillary, Barry, Harry, and everyone else in the administration). It was all because of a Youtube movie about Mohammed/Muhammed! No terrorism involved at all with those deaths!
Funny, but Al and Jesse and Harry and the entire administration got things reversed! I’m pretty sure that, if Reid had to write a paper on the Boston Tea Party, the Honorable Senator would consider Sam Adams and Paul Revere “Domestic Terrorists” (because throwing tea into the harbor might kill some kind of turtle due to the pollution).
I also learned today that the BLM also paid a Utah rancher over $950,000 to round up and transport the Nevada cattle. They wanted to collect slightly over one million dollars, and spent slightly under one million to take away the cows? This was money that they were never going to collect in the first place! Add on the pay and transportation costs of all of the government officials, and just how much money did this end up costing the taxpayers?