WATCH: Trump supporters TROLL Mayor De Blasio while holding Green New Deal rally at Trump Tower and it’s HILARIOUS!

I’m not sure why Bill De Blasio thought it would be a good idea to hold a Green New Deal rally at Trump Tower, but Trump supporters who were there trolled him in the background for all the cameras to see with signs saying “worst mayor every” while riding up and down the escalators.

It’s hilarious!



 
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They just kept riding the escalators up and down, which is really quite fitting because everyone remembers Trump riding down the escalators when he announced his presidency in Trump Tower.

We’re gonna make this one an open thread for ya and here’s another interesting video for you to discuss:

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145 thoughts on “WATCH: Trump supporters TROLL Mayor De Blasio while holding Green New Deal rally at Trump Tower and it’s HILARIOUS!

  1. “…cut your emissions or we will cut something you really care about…we will take your money.” De Blasio, how stupid you are…you already TAKE THEIR MONEY…and you use it VERY POORLY!

    I love the fact that someone with a brain was able to pull together a group of people with hand written signs (one on recycled cardboard) in support of President Donald J Trump. LOL – I wonder how much Deblasio had to pay for his signs and the ignoramuses to stand there and hold them? Who had to pick them up after they left the building?

  2. Over 80% of greenhouse gasses is water vapor. Are the Dems going to outlaw or regulate water use now?

  3. Maybe Dems control the media but nobody trolls better then republicans.
    Kudos to the escalator crew.

  4. Has anyone heard anything regarding the investigation into the Notre Dame fire? It sure disappeared from the news cycle in a hurry.. 😐

  5. “…cut your emissions or we will cut something you really care about…we will take your money.” De Blasio, how stupid you are…you already TAKE THEIR MONEY…and you use it VERY POORLY!

    I love the fact that someone with a brain was able to pull together a group of people with hand written signs (one on recycled cardboard) in support of President Donald J Trump. LOL – I wonder how much Deblasio had to pay for his signs and the ignoramuses to stand there and hold them? Who had to pick them up after they left the building?

  6. Over 80% of greenhouse gasses is water vapor. Are the Dems going to outlaw or regulate water use now?

  7. You cannot get the brother and widow of a murdered LEO to praise Trump for his personal compassion in front of a huge gathering of other officers, without it being completely sincere.

    And btw, do I have to mention that Officer Singh and his family aren’t white? I shouldn’t have to, and I wouldn’t, except it goes against the Media/Dem/TDS narrative that Trump is racist.

  8. (in monotone)”The green new deal. We worked very hard for this”

    BAHAHAHA worst activist ever.

  9. You cannot get the brother and widow of a murdered LEO to praise Trump for his personal compassion in front of a huge gathering of other officers, without it being completely sincere.

    And btw, do I have to mention that Officer Singh and his family aren’t white? I shouldn’t have to, and I wouldn’t, except it goes against the Media/Dem/TDS narrative that Trump is racist.

  10. DeBlasio takes the cake going into Trump Tower to pull this PR stunt. He wasn’t just there to support this ridiculous Green New Deal. He was trash talking about how he was going bust Trump’s [email protected] with environmental regulations and fines for all his buildings. This arrogant jerk didn’t think there would be some push back? He’s lucky that the only thing to happen was some clever people trolled his TV shot with signs and the building security didn’t toss him out the front door on his liberal @ss.

    1. NY and deblasio can’t afford another MAJOR corporation leaving the state. But, it sure would be fun to watch the Trumps take their business to a capitalism loving state.

  11. (in monotone)”The green new deal. We worked very hard for this”

    BAHAHAHA worst activist ever.

  12. Maybe Dems control the media but nobody trolls better then republicans.
    Kudos to the escalator crew.

  13. Has anyone heard anything regarding the investigation into the Notre Dame fire? It sure disappeared from the news cycle in a hurry.. 😐

    1. Hi Karen I keep getting TRS notifications that you have responded, however when I respond there is nothing that i can locate

  14. Been waiting for an open thread. I need to know where to get a good Philly in Philadelphia, and I’m not interested in cheese whiz so somewhere that has them with normal cheese too.

      1. @squirrelly I’ve never been to Philadelphia but have you tried Yelp? Just a thought…

        1. I use Trip Advisor. Philly is part of our vacation plans later in the summer. I found a couple of spots with lots of good reviews. Someone here, in that area, may have had a suggestion though. I’d have still checked Trip Advisor. 🙂

  15. Hey all of you big building owners! You bad guys! You nefarious 1 percenters! The Mayor of New York City thinks you guys suck!

    What a nutcase De Blasio is to call out the owners of “big” buildings in the middle of New York City!!!

  16. I don’t have words that are harsh or strong enough to express my contempt for the pig known as Bill De Blasio. He’s awful. And he deserves everything he gets.

  17. Doing everything he can to push businesses and money out of the state. They didn’t learn a thing after they drove out Amazon.

  18. Killers of police should get death penalty; Calls for fast trials

    Only if we’re going to give the same procedure and sentences to cops who are found guilty of wrongdoing in their fatal shootings.

    Oh, and for anyone who’s ever disagreed with me about over-policing, and the role and purpose of random motorist tax collectors traffic cops in this nation, DC now wants to expand their role to the citizenry. Making them benjamins by pretending to give a damn about public safety when nobody’s rights are being deprived in any way shape or form.

    But hey I guess we’re just supposed to go along with it because blue lives whatever. *spits*

    1. @atomicsentinel No….not the same thing. The police represent the people and the law. It’s not the same thing as shooting your neighbor because of a love triangle.

      1. I didn’t say it was. I said that if you’re going to off a criminal/suspect after an expedited trial/execution if he’s found guilty of killing a cop, then you’d better damn well also off the cop (who also gets an expedited trial/execution) if he’s found guilty of wrongfully killing a criminal/suspect.

        1. @atomicsentinel Police are held accountable if they kill someone unjustifiably. It depends on the circumstances. If a cop knowingly and intentionally unjustifiably shoots and kills a suspect for whatever reason he should be given the maximum penalty under the law. Most of the time that’s not the case. Sometimes they are in the wrong but it wasn’t intentional and they do get punished….just not for murder in most cases.

          But it’s still not the same as shooting a police officer. It’s about establishing law and order. Think of it this way. If you set your neighbor’s house on fire because you hate them you’ll go to prison for arson and murder. If you set fire to a house full of kids with intent to instill terror for political change you will go to prison for various terrorism crimes.

          Again…it’s not the same thing.

          1. Police are held accountable if they kill someone unjustifiably.

            Yes, and so are cop-killers. But now we’re talking about expedited trials and the death penalty for them – solely on the basis that their victim is a cop. Well, what’s good for the goose is good for the gander. If a cop kills someone unjustifiably, then they should get expedited trials and the death penalty as well.

            Sometimes they are in the wrong but it wasn’t intentional and they do get punished

            I can think of scenarios between criminal suspects and cops where that might happen. So… maybe this whole expedited trial/execution idea is thoroughly moronic.

            But it’s still not the same as shooting a police officer. It’s about establishing law and order.

            Cops do not and should not get treated ANY DIFFERENT under the law from anyone else simply because they’re cops. If you think they should, then you’re dead f-ing wrong.

            I get your arson analogy, but I’ll give you an even better argument to use: children, elderly, and the handicapped. If you murder “especially vulnerable” people in certain states, there’s a different kind of murder charge for it.

            But Cop-murderer should not become a different, special version of murder (let alone get different procedural trial/sentencing rules – I cannot believe anybody is even remotely OK with that idea). Not unless Murdered-by-Cop does too.

            1. @atomicsentinel I don’t have a problem with you disagreeing with giving them expedited trials and the death penalty, but you continue on to equate their crimes with the crime of a police officer shooting a civilian. As I said, they are not the same unless the officer is outside the bounds of the law and not acting in the interest of the law.

              Yes, their victim is a cop…and that’s important and distinct. That police officer isn’t just a man off the street. He’s a man that is the law. When you shoot an officer you aren’t just committing an act against a man. You are attacking the state and law and order. You’re attacking everyone.

              I kind-of see your point about expedited trials. Everyone deserves a fair trial and expedited could put that in jeopardy. I’m all for the death penalty for the intentional killing of an officer because it’s a crime against the people and an attempt to defeat law an order. We have to maintain law and order and not tolerate a war against it.

              I’m so effing wrong but it’s funny how you are way out of line from mainstream opinion and the law. I feel confident that you are the one that is wrong.

              1. but you continue on to equate their crimes with the crime of a police officer shooting a civilian.

                I see no difference. Why don’t you tell me what it is. A citizen murders a cop. A cop murders a citizen. What’s the difference? Why should one get a fast track to the gallows, while the other gets all the same due process and procedure as any other murder?

                Yes, their victim is a cop…and that’s important and distinct.

                No, it’s not. It’s just another dead person. His shiny badge doesn’t make him special.

                He’s a man that is the law. When you shoot an officer you aren’t just committing an act against a man. You are attacking the state and law and order. You’re attacking everyone.

                And when a cop betrays his duty and turns on the citizenry and their Constitutional rights, what’s that an attack on?

                I’m all for the death penalty for the intentional killing of an officer because it’s a crime against the people and an attempt to defeat law an order.

                Then be also for the death penalty for the intentional killing of a citizen by a cop, because it’s such an egregious abuse of authority in an institution we’re told we’re supposed to trust and rely on.

                I feel confident that you are the one that is wrong.

                I don’t feel anything. Feelings are irrelevant. I am objectively certain that you are wrong here.

                1. @atomicsentinel I already told you what the difference is. If I have a badge and you shoot me, you aren’t just shooting me. You’re attacking the system of law and that cannot be treated like any other shooting.

                  His shiny badge doesn’t make him special, but it’s more about the uniform being shot. “Uniform” being the system of law.

                  If a cop turns on the citizenry unjustifiably and for personal reasons he is not acting on behalf of the law. He will be treated the same as any other criminal off the street. They can and have been charged with murder. My reference is to the majority of officers that obey the law and act on behalf of the law.

                  I’m going to surprise you. If an officer intentionally abuses his power and kills someone outside of the law…let’s say he’s involved with drug dealers. There have been cops that snag drugs from criminals as trade for not bringing them down. Let’s say he’s doing that and one day the drug dealer refuses to turn over the drugs so the officer shoots and kills him and paints it in a completely different light on record. I wouldn’t mind giving the death penalty because that most definitely IS an abuse of power.

                  But that is rare. Most cases are officers making mistakes without intent to break the law or abuse their power.

                2. Which is the greater betrayal? A citizen who turns on the State, or the State who turns on the citizen?

                3. @atomicsentinel Most police shootings of citizens are during the process of enforcing the law. They are not doing it on behalf of protecting crimes and avoiding the law. The shootings usually happen because the criminal has a gun and is resisting arrest or shooting at the police.

                  My understanding of what you mean by a police officer turning against the citizenry is an extremely rare event. They don’t just shoot someone for sport, and they aren’t normally shooting someone to avoid being captured by the law.

                4. That’s not what I asked. Nor is the scenario being discussed, nor is the frequency of its occurrence relevant.

                  Which is the greater betrayal?

                  Suppose a 15yr old kid murders a cop. Yea, he’s turned against the state and killed a state agent. Now, suppose a person in a position of authority uses that authority to coerce a 15yr old kid into submitting to sexual abuse by that person.

                  Now we’re not even comparing murder to murder. Now we’re comparing murder to something awful, but that doesn’t end in death.

                  Which is the greater betrayal? Who commits the greater offense? Do you know why we have special laws and extremely harsh punishments for people who take advantage of their authority to engage in coercion or commit other crimes?

                  Because the betrayal by that authority – whom we believed we could trust and rely on – is one of the worst kinds of betrayal there is.

                  So, again, which is the greater betrayal? A citizen who turns on the State, or the State who turns on the citizen?

                5. @AT It’s beginning to sound like your major problem is with the state/government, not the individuals. And you asked me why I thought about anarchy.

                6. I have a problem with over-policing and policing that purports to be for public safety but clearly isn’t. I have a problem with the State that allows it, and with any agent (dog) of the State who agrees to carry it out (in return for money no less – MY money).

                  I also have a problem with the automatic deference cops get simply because they “do a tough job.” That’s why I have contempt for the Blue Lives Matter movement. People forget that cops are literally “Hi, I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”

                  I don’t dispute their necessity, but they should be the least trusted and most highly scrutinized group in America. Instead, many (on the right no less) seem to enjoy turning a blind eye when they color outside their lines.

                  And finally, I have a problem with anyone who is in any way supportive of something disgustingly unconstitutional simply because they respect, revere, and side with law enforcement officers.

                7. @atomicsentinel I covered that scenario. He would not be acting in accordance with the law or on behalf of law enforcement so he should (and would) be treated like any criminal. He would lose his badge and be charged for the same thing a citizen would be. As for more punishment because he was wearing the badge….I already said I’m for that. I could go for more charges being brought to officers that use their badge to commit crimes. I’m not so sure that doesn’t happen already. Yes, a cop that commits crimes using the badge to do it is worse than a normal citizen committing the same crimes.

                  But I also said that’s not normally the case. Most of the time they are merely enforcing the law and have bad judgement which leads to critical mistakes.

                  Our discussion was about people shooting police and the police shooting civilians, not about cops that commit crimes on purpose against the public.

                8. Yes, a cop that commits crimes using the badge to do it is worse than a normal citizen committing the same crimes.

                  Well, there you go. So then why should the latter get an expedited trial/execution and the former not, when it’s the former who commits the far more egregious offense and betrayal?

                  And remember, all I said in the beginning was treat them the same. I said that knowing full well that it’s way way worse when a cop does it. But no, cop-hating anarchist AT is automatically wrong on any subject regarding LEOs. Derp.

                  Our discussion was about people shooting police and the police shooting civilians, not about cops that commit crimes on purpose against the public.

                  Quote: “cops who are found guilty of wrongdoing in their fatal shootings.”

                  Very first post bro. This has always been a comparison between cop killers, and killer cops.

                9. @atomicsentinel

                  So then why should the latter get an expedited trial/execution and the former not, when it’s the former who commits the far more egregious offense and betrayal?

                  You seem to be lumping all unjustified police shootings in the category of killer cops. That’s not the case at all. Nearly every time someone gets shot by a cop it is either justified or the cop made a mistake. It is extremely rare for a cop to shoot someone in cold blood. Name a time. This isn’t HBO.

                  On the opposite side of the coin nearly every time a perp shoots a cop it is done with intent to kill him and avoid the law. There is no self defense that applies because you’re supposed to put down your weapon and obey the police. There is no critical mistake that applies because there’s no reason why anyone should pull their gun on the police to shoot one in the first place.

                  I tire of you comparing thugs shooting police to police shooting thugs that pull a gun on them. Try as you might, there is no logical way to compare the two as being the same.

                10. You seem to be lumping all unjustified police shootings in the category of killer cops.

                  I think you’re the one doing that, actually. It creates obfuscation so you can rationalize your incorrect position. But I’ve been very clear about what I’ve been discussing.

                  Look, let’s just cut through the crap: are two sets of criminal jurisprudence for two different sets of American citizens acceptable or not?

                  That’s not the case at all. Nearly every time someone gets shot by a cop it is either justified or the cop made a mistake.

                  If it’s justified or excusable, then fine. But if it’s deemed unjustified, then a cop should be treated exactly the same as any other unjustified killer. What do you possibly have against this?

                  There is no critical mistake that applies because there’s no reason why anyone should pull their gun on the police to shoot one in the first place.

                  Like I said, I can think of scenarios between criminal suspects and cops where cop ends up dead without malicious intent. I can even think of them where there is intent, and the killer is justified.

                  (One scenario you’re not considering, for example, is someone who kills a cop for reasons that have nothing to do with them being a cop. Still a cop-killer – but the “cop” part is irrelevant. Why should killer be treated any different than if he’d murdered his mailman?)

                  I tire of you comparing thugs shooting police to police shooting thugs that pull a gun on them.

                  I haven’t made such a comparison. Again, I suspect that’s more you trying to obfuscate the discussion so you can continue to disagree with me on it.

                11. @atomicsentinel We’re beating a dead horse so I’m respectfully going to end the debate here.

                12. The one post where I offer the opportunity to cut through all the back and forth:

                  Are two sets of criminal jurisprudence for two different sets of American citizens acceptable or not?

                  Very very telling that you avoided that question and decided to pick this precise moment to walk away from the discussion. The silence speaks volumes.

                  Pssh, whatever. Next time at least have the courage to just say “Yes, screw conservatism and the Constitution” and accept the well-deserved blowback.

                13. @atomicsentinel I’m not a coward.

                  I wasn’t avoiding anything. It’s just time to end the debate. Funny how you jumped on me for “poisoning the well” and setting you off (and I even apologized), yet you have no problem throwing insults at me. It’s my turn….FU.

                  Oh, and I take back my apology.

                14. @atomicsentinel Kinda hard to end the debate IF I KEEP DEBATING! Knock knock…is anyone home?

                15. As you said, the debate is over. You don’t want to discuss it anymore, we won’t discuss. But all I’d appreciate is an answer:

                  Are two sets of criminal jurisprudence for two different sets of American citizens accused of the same crime acceptable or not?

                  That’s ultimately what the crux of this issue is. Take all the discussion about cops and criminals and cop criminals out of the conversation and we still have that very basic 14th Amendment question.

                  “Swiftly execute the bad guys!” is the easy stupid emotional irrational position to take. But when you actually pull your head out of Blue Lives’ ass and objectively view the proposal – well, then it should apply equally to killer cops just as it would cop killers. Sorry not sorry if you regard that as an insult to your sacred cow – but it doesn’t change the above question. Can/Will you answer it?

                16. @kong1967 I think that AT just loves to argue, and once again has succeeded in starting one.

                17. @dr-strangelove Yeah she does, and I knew better than to engage with her. She’s like my sister. You have your little argument and seven hours later she’s still breathing down your neck trying to argue.

                18. So, you’re not going to answer that question, are you. Don’t have the integrity to either take your stand or admit you were wrong, huh?

                  Well, whatever. Like I said, your silence already tells us the answer.

        2. How does someone who has a job that puts their life on the line for others being killed by a criminal equate to a criminal (usually) getting killed during their crime or because they’re too stupid to listen to the officer during an interaction? Lots of things you say I totally agree with, and I even understand your distaste for law enforcement, but I disagree completely with this.

          1. @squirrelly She hates the police. They aren’t perfect and there are bad weeds, but I rue the day we no longer have them….and so would she.

            1. I know she does and even in her disgust for law enforcement and some of their tactics, I don’t see how she can’t see what a dumb idea that is.

              1. I think your prejudice to my stance on cops is blinding you from an objective analysis of what’s being discussed. Thanks to fallacious trolls who poison the well, people want to be reflexively against me when it comes to any cop-related subject.

                But here they shouldn’t. Blue Lives Matter heads should be pulled from their asses for a minute and objectively realize that what we’re talking about is two different standards of justice – one the benefits the government a whole lot more than it does the people.

                How anyone in their right mind can think that wise is beyond me. But that’s what happens when sh*t like “Blue Lives Matter” takes over basic reasoning.

                1. No, I can’t equate the two in regard to the policeman and the criminal, but unlike a lot of people, you’re one of my favorite commenters here. You’re very smart and witty. I just don’t agree on most of your police opinions. This is one.

                2. This isn’t a “police opinion.” This is about treating one particular kind of criminal different than any other criminal in a rush to have him executed.

                  Which, hey – fine, if that’s what we want to do. But if that’s the case, then nobody should have a problem with immediately marching a cop off to the gallows if they commit the same crime.

            2. F**k you, I don’t hate the police – stop poisoning the well and strawmanning. It’s bad enough that other prick does it. Don’t you start doing the same.

              And, I’ve never suggested that we shouldn’t have them – and provided very detailed explanations as to why they’re necessary – so knock that sh*t off too.

              1. Calm down. I didn’t mean to offend because I didn’t figure you would disagree with that observation. Everything I’ve seen you say about the police is bad. I apologize for the characterization.

                There are bad actors on the force. However, most of the time when they do the wrong thing it isn’t with intent outside of the law. There was an officer that shot a perp running away and he got charged with murder. Do I think he intentionally wanted to kill the perp out of hate or something? No. It’s just that some people get pushed further than they’ve ever been tested (you can’t test a real life and death situation) and their thought process goes out of wack (for lack of a better description). They become afraid and panic or whatever, but normally they do not intentionally shoot someone out of anger just because the guy pissed them off.

                A criminal that shoots an officer in almost all cases does it with intent to avoid being brought to justice. It’s not just a murder.

                1. There was an officer that shot a perp running away and he got charged with murder.

                  So should he be treated the same or different as a perp who shoots a cop and is charged with murder?

                2. @atomicsentinel Different. The officer made a serious mistake while on duty. He did not intentionally attack the system of law with intent of escaping it.

                3. @atomicsentinel That’s exactly it. There’s a difference between making critical mistakes while enforcing the law and bad guys that shoot at the police to avoid the law.

                4. So a cop who commits an intentional homicide with malice aforesight just “makes a mistake.”

                  THAT’S your argument?

                  THAT’S how much deference you give these people? Have you lost your mind?

                5. @atomicsentinel I never said that. Not all police shootings are mistakes. There was a case in ……Milwaukee?…..where there was a gang of cops that were setting people up and planting evidence. They had their own little crime ring going on and they even killed people….citizens.

                  Something like that is not what I was referring to as critical mistakes. Most of the time a cop shoots someone it is justified, and when it’s not it’s because they make critical mistakes. It is not because they intentionally kill citizens for sport or because they are a criminal themselves involved in something no cop should be involved in. In the case I mentioned above they were criminally charged and did not receive any special treatment.

                6. AT: Ahh, so now killer cops are just “serious mistake makers.” Is that it?
                  Kong: That’s exactly it.

                  That’s exactly what you said.

                  Mostof the time a cop shoots someone it is justified, and when it’s not it’s because they make critical mistakes.

                  But we’re not talking about justified shootings. We’re talking about, as I said in the very first post: “cops who are found guilty of wrongdoing in their fatal shootings.”

                  How many times do I have to say it: cop killer vs killer cop. If we’re going to assert expedited trials/executions for the former, then we should absolutely do the same for the latter – even despite the fact that their crimes of a killer cop are far worse a betrayal to society than that of a cop killer.

                7. @atomicsentinel Yes, that is what I said….but you’re cherry-picking and ignoring the rest of what I said.

                  As I said, most of the time they are found to be wrong it is because they made a mistake. They over-reacted or misjudged the situation. It happens. It is not because they decided they were tired of messing with someone and murdered them in cold blood.

                  So when you say “unjustified” that is the category most of them would be in. Just trying to their jobs and something went wrong. You cannot portray them as killers because their only intent is to protect the public and in some cases protect themselves. No one shoots a cop in self defense or to protect the public.

                8. As I said, most of the time they are found to be wrong it is because they made a mistake. They over-reacted or misjudged the situation. It happens. It is not because they decided they were tired of messing with someone and murdered them in cold blood.

                  I think you’ll find a lot of ACLU defense lawyers who would assert that their clients did something terribly wrong, but it was really just a mistake. They weren’t thinking clearly, they were heat of the moment, they over-reacted or misjudged and then pulled that trigger. Gosh, mistakes happen y’know?

                  Can we please stop calling murder and other unjustified killings “a mistake” now? Because this attempt at rationalization is getting truly stupid.

                  Just trying to their jobs and something went wrong.

                  And if that something that went wrong was unjustified – why are we treating the killer any different from any other killer simply because he’s a cop?

                  You cannot portray them as killers because their only intent is to protect the public and in some cases protect themselves.

                  Unless it’s not. Unless they betray that.

                  No one shoots a cop in self defense or to protect the public.

                  American revolutionaries did. Battle of Lexington was the opening salvo where Americans turned open lethal force on the enforcers of British rule and law.

                  Now, is that comparable to anything that’s happened in the last few decades? No. But, I point it out to expose the dangerous flaw in your cop-deferential mentality. Right now, the enemy isn’t the State. But if it ever becomes the State, and the State sends its dogs after you – they’re going to be cops. And we’ll probably have to self-defend against them, to protect the public.

                9. @kong1967 AT is losing her temper and using abusive language. That means that you’re winning.

                10. @kong1967 She’ll be back. Even if no one is replying to her, she lurks about to see if anyone is talking about her.

          2. How does someone who has a job that puts their life on the line for others

            So does a guy who works on cell towers. Climbs up really high in dangerous places and put his life on the line so that you can all enjoy your cellular networks. If someone murders a cell tower technician, should his murderer get special/different legal treatment for killing someone who puts their life on the line for others?

            You get that you’re arguing that the laws/rights/standards that apply to the people, shouldn’t be the same laws/rights/standards that apply to the government, right?

            A cop killer gets a swift execution, but a killer cop doesn’t? How is that right in anyone’s brain?

        1. Calm down @AT You know damned well @Dr. Strangelove isn’t a troll. This subject matter regarding cops is your trigger zone and you know it. You also know veritably no one is going to agree with you. Just say your piece and don’t get into a heated argument or Scoop or Sooper will be along to chastise you…..again.

          1. You know damned well @Dr. Strangelove isn’t a troll.

            The hell he’s not. Look at his “contribution” to this sub-thread so far. All he’s DONE is troll. Offered nothing substantive whatsoever – just insulted, misrepresented, and condescended to AT. That’s trolling, lil.

            You also know veritably no one is going to agree with you.

            See, and that’s ignorant. It’s not about agreeing with me. It’s about agreeing with what’s being proposed.

            And reflexively taking “the opposite of whatever position AT takes” means that no objective and rational thought was put into it. Just plain ‘ol prejudice. No different than the ignorant dolts who can’t see when Trump’s right about something because damn they hate that guy.

            1. @AT I’ll talk to you when you calm down. I will not get into an argument with you.

              1. I’m cool as ice sister; always am. Emotional investment in online posting is a fool’s errand.

                You have made two points. I have replied that you are objectively wrong on both.

                1. @AT That’s your opinion, which I wholeheartedly disagree with. Have a nice evening. I’m done with this and have more important things to do.

                2. @AT Get over yourself. It’s opinion PERIOD. As I said, this is your trigger subject. Why do you hate cops so much?

                3. @AT You know, I don’t normally see any anti-AT trolls. Things always get overheated on the subject of law enforcement officers, but I see many of the same folks appreciating your sarcasm on other issues and up voting you. Many of us appreciate your wit and sarcasm and intelligent honesty. Don’t put a chip on your shoulder and think less of us……or of yourself.

                4. Oh, they come out of the woodwork in the cop threads. Every time. You yourself asked why I hated cops. I don’t. I’ve had to defend against that baseless accusation more time than I can count from the jerkass trolls that sling it at me because they’re on the losing side of a debate. That’s the anti-AT trolling. And here you are asking me the same, meaning that you’ve fallen for their effort to poison the well.

                  Things always get overheated on the subject of law enforcement officers

                  Yes, because some people can’t handle their sacred cows being attacked.

                  Why boggles my mind is why anyone would revere cops to the sacred cow position in the first place.

          2. Thanks, @lillie-belle AT just wanted to start another argument, and it looks like she succeeded. Remember, the best thing about beating your head on the wall is it feels so good when you stop.

    2. Thanks for the link about DC. That ought to be fun for the police, courts, and the people.

    3. Where I’m from the sheriffs of the parishes enforce the law and serve as ex-officio tax collector. 😆

    4. @AT I believe that there have recently been two cops convicted of murder in separate instances and states. I don’t know what their punishments are, and that depends on the laws of the states. There has been a huge increase in murders of law enforcement officers, and personally I believe the death penalty is appropriate in all premeditated murder of cop cases. But, I knew a wonderful man, husband, and father that was viciously murdered in the line of duty.

      1. Yea, that sucks and is a lamentable tragedy – but don’t let it color your objectivity.

        If you believe in expedited trials and capital punishment for one premeditated murder, you should believe in it for them all – including those committed by cops.

        The profession of the murderer and the victim is irrelevant. Yet people seem to believe otherwise, because they’re so blinded by their reflexive unthinking cop-worship. That’s what’s so mind-boggling here. I can’t understand why nobody else sees this.

        Murdering a homeless guy = Murdering a criminal = Murdering a doctor = Murdering a teacher = Murdering a cop. They’re all the same damned thing, and all the same if they’re the ones doing the murder. Don’t start treating them different. That’s a rabbit hole that no conservative should ever go down.

        1. @AT I can’t watch the videos so I can’t speak to the expedited trial part of this. But, I do draw a distinction between those that choose to walk into danger to protect others, such as law enforcement and fire fighters. In saying that, I’m not degrading a teacher, or a doctor, or a homeless person. Murder is murder. But, I do feel that murder of cops or firefighters in the line of duty deserves the ultimate punishment. If not, we run the risk of Anarchy Rules eventually.

          1. But, I do draw a distinction between those that choose to walk into danger to protect others, such as law enforcement and fire fighters.

            I already made this counterargument to my own position for kong. We establish a special version of murder in a lot of states for people who murder the especially vulnerable (children, elderly, handicapped, etc.)

            But that’s a special version of murder. What’s being floated here, is a special way that murder is treated under the Constitution than that which any other murder would be. On it’s face, that’s a glaring violation of the 14th Amendment.

            But hey, screw equal protection when we’re talking about cop-killers, right? That seems to be the majority position here. Which is demented.

            But, I do feel that murder of cops or firefighters in the line of duty deserves the ultimate punishment. If not, we run the risk of Anarchy Rules eventually.

            I’m curious as to how you got from A to B there.

    5. Yeah, police can be dangerous, but I happen to have a lot of friends who are cops, and they’re good people. I agree with your criticism of law enforcement policy in many regards, but your constant insinuation that their lives don’t matter and that all they are is bullet sponges is just plain evil. They’re people. What happened to you that made you hate cops so much?

      1. Yeah, police can be dangerous, but I happen to have a lot of friends who are cops, and they’re good people.

        That has absolutely nothing to do with anything that’s being discussed.

        but your constant insinuation that their lives don’t matter

        Their lives don’t matter any more than anyone else’s – including the scummiest, most vile criminal one can imagine.

        Pretending that they do, enshrining these agents of government entrusted with the use of force over the citizenry as somehow special and better than the free people they’re supposed to serve – I cannot wrap my head around people who do that.

        and that all they are is bullet sponges is just plain evil.

        Do you know what the context of that remark was? Or are you just repeating something you heard?

  19. And that is exactly what “green” does. It gives leftists green money in their pockets.

    1. @democratsrfubar It’s the best form of insider trading on earth. They invest in green energy then use their power to force everyone to do business with it.

  20. DeBlasio takes the cake going into Trump Tower to pull this PR stunt. He wasn’t just there to support this ridiculous Green New Deal. He was trash talking about how he was going bust Trump’s [email protected] with environmental regulations and fines for all his buildings. This arrogant jerk didn’t think there would be some push back? He’s lucky that the only thing to happen was some clever people trolled his TV shot with signs and the building security didn’t toss him out the front door on his liberal @ss.

    1. NY and deblasio can’t afford another MAJOR corporation leaving the state. But, it sure would be fun to watch the Trumps take their business to a capitalism loving state.

  21. Been waiting for an open thread. I need to know where to get a good Philly in Philadelphia, and I’m not interested in cheese whiz so somewhere that has them with normal cheese too.

  22. Hey all of you big building owners! You bad guys! You nefarious 1 percenters! The Mayor of New York City thinks you guys suck!

    What a nutcase De Blasio is to call out the owners of “big” buildings in the middle of New York City!!!

  23. I don’t have words that are harsh or strong enough to express my contempt for the pig known as Bill De Blasio. He’s awful. And he deserves everything he gets.

  24. Doing everything he can to push businesses and money out of the state. They didn’t learn a thing after they drove out Amazon.

  25. Killers of police should get death penalty; Calls for fast trials

    Only if we’re going to give the same procedure and sentences to cops who are found guilty of wrongdoing in their fatal shootings.

    Oh, and for anyone who’s ever disagreed with me about over-policing, and the role and purpose of random motorist tax collectors traffic cops in this nation, DC now wants to expand their role to the citizenry. Making them benjamins by pretending to give a damn about public safety when nobody’s rights are being deprived in any way shape or form.

    But hey I guess we’re just supposed to go along with it because blue lives whatever. *spits*

    1. @atomicsentinel No….not the same thing. The police represent the people and the law. It’s not the same thing as shooting your neighbor because of a love triangle.

      1. I didn’t say it was. I said that if you’re going to off a criminal/suspect after an expedited trial/execution if he’s found guilty of killing a cop, then you’d better damn well also off the cop (who also gets an expedited trial/execution) if he’s found guilty of wrongfully killing a criminal/suspect.

    2. Thanks for the link about DC. That ought to be fun for the police, courts, and the people.

    3. @AT I believe that there have recently been two cops convicted of murder in separate instances and states. I don’t know what their punishments are, and that depends on the laws of the states. There has been a huge increase in murders of law enforcement officers, and personally I believe the death penalty is appropriate in all premeditated murder of cop cases. But, I knew a wonderful man, husband, and father that was viciously murdered in the line of duty.

      1. Yea, that sucks and is a lamentable tragedy – but don’t let it color your objectivity.

        If you believe in expedited trials and capital punishment for one premeditated murder, you should believe in it for them all – including those committed by cops.

        The profession of the murderer and the victim is irrelevant. Yet people seem to believe otherwise, because they’re so blinded by their reflexive unthinking cop-worship. That’s what’s so mind-boggling here. I can’t understand why nobody else sees this.

        Murdering a homeless guy = Murdering a criminal = Murdering a doctor = Murdering a teacher = Murdering a cop. They’re all the same damned thing, and all the same if they’re the ones doing the murder. Don’t start treating them different. That’s a rabbit hole that no conservative should ever go down.

    4. Yeah, police can be dangerous, but I happen to have a lot of friends who are cops, and they’re good people. I agree with your criticism of law enforcement policy in many regards, but your constant insinuation that their lives don’t matter and that all they are is bullet sponges is just plain evil. They’re people. What happened to you that made you hate cops so much?

      1. Yeah, police can be dangerous, but I happen to have a lot of friends who are cops, and they’re good people.

        That has absolutely nothing to do with anything that’s being discussed.

        but your constant insinuation that their lives don’t matter

        Their lives don’t matter any more than anyone else’s – including the scummiest, most vile criminal one can imagine.

        Pretending that they do, enshrining these agents of government entrusted with the use of force over the citizenry as somehow special and better than the free people they’re supposed to serve – I cannot wrap my head around people who do that.

        and that all they are is bullet sponges is just plain evil.

        Do you know what the context of that remark was? Or are you just repeating something you heard?

  26. And that is exactly what “green” does. It gives leftists green money in their pockets.

    1. @democratsrfubar It’s the best form of insider trading on earth. They invest in green energy then use their power to force everyone to do business with it.

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