Looks like it is dangerous to oppose Trumpzilla. Disagree with him at your own peril. I personally like Mr. Kasich and greatly dislike Mr. Cruz. But I certainly support their right to boycott a convention or speak their minds at a convention or anywhere else. Evidently those are punishable crimes to Trumpzilla. So much for Trump supporting freedom. Evil, dangerous man. I have been mostly silent on political issues on FB. In the face of this danger, remaining silent is now morally wrong.
Evidently there is a third person he wants to go after.
“Trump added that there may be “one other person that [he’s] thinking about” starting an outside group against, but that unnamed individual is “such a small person” that he “hates to give him the publicity.”
So – watch out. He might be coming after all of us little people out here trying to fight a clear and present danger.
Trump Supporter, Clinton Supporter, Libertarian Supporter, Athletic Supporter…..WHATEVER your political persuasion, this video is for you!!
I am staying away from the politics of all this…black lives matter, police lives matter, all lives matter….. ALL the catch phrases have their supporters and detractors. However – I MUST post this. I SO admire this man for not letting tragedy ruin his life. At the end of the day, we are all responsible for the way we think and organize our lives. EVERYONE suffers tragedy in life. We can’t escape it whether we are rich or poor, black or white – no matter what. Our only comfort is that we have a choice how to respond to the terrible things that life throws at us. How many likes or dislikes we get on Facebook, Twitter etc. doesn’t make a twit of difference. WE have the choice to let circumstances make or break us. In the midst of all the terrible shootings that have happened, I can still see many shining lights. Two of them that come to the top of my mind are the congregation of the church in Charleston South Carolina brutally attacked by Dylann Roof and now this man – Chief Brown.
From Heroes in Blue:
His son died after being shot 12 times by police officers (after his son had previously killed an officer) and his brother was murdered by drug dealers. Rather than burn down the block he has risen to run one of the largest police departments in the nation in his efforts to stop police brutality.
He is Chief David Brown, head of the Dallas Police Department. This week he saw five of his officers murdered during a peaceful rally in Dallas. He is one of many #HeroesInBlue actively working to make our communities a better, safer place.
Thank you for your service, Chief Brown. Keep up the great work.