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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Trump Supporters Intimidate Hillary Voters at West Palm Beach

Watch the video in the link below -- Trump's gift to America.


Voter Intimidation

West Palm Beach Trump Supporters Use Bullhorns, Scream at Clinton Supporters Outside Poll 

Supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continue to gather in front of the West Palm Beach, Florida, supervisor of elections’ office and shout at Hillary Clinton supporters and voters through bullhorns as they use the early voting location, videos show. 

 “How many Syrian refugees, Muslim refugees, are you taking into your home?” yelled one Trump supporter in a video filmed Sunday afternoon at Clinton supporters across a parking lot. 

Later she said, “You hypocrites! Separate the people! Over here we have the LGBT, over here we have the blacks, and then over here we have the Hispanics. But I’m going to tell you something, the hard working American people that served in the armed forces support Donald Trump!”

Clinton raises more than $11M in wake of FBI letter


Shaw Kenawe said...

Trump supporters are aptly named "deplorables." Trump and his low-class supporters have dragged our country into the gutter with them:

Top Trump Supporter In Texas Calls Hillary Clinton A ‘C**t’ On Twitter

Sid Miller’s office tried to claim his Twitter account was hacked. But it wasn’t.

Anonymous said...

Ms.Shaw, are you getting just a wee bit nervous?

Bluebull said...

I live in West Palm Beach but haven't heard about this on the local news. Tomorrow, I'll be heading to our elections office on Military Trail (although I've already voted). I dare one of these scumbucket Trumpanzees to mess with me. I'm also a human shield at PP and damn proud of it. I've got ten years of Army to put up against ANYTHING the drooling deplorables want to put up..... :)

Shaw Kenawe said...

Anonymous @8:53PM,

A wee bit nervous? When I just read and heard that 28% of Florida Republicans have voted for Hillary, whereas only 6% of Dems crossed over to Trump. Trump has no path to winning without Florida. And the newest polls from FiveThirtyEight has her ahead of Trump. And today Moody's Analytics election model predicts Clinton win:

"Low gas prices and President Barack Obama's high approval ratings are key factors that favor Democrat Hillary Clinton winning the White House in next week's election, according to a model from Moody's Analytics that has accurately predicted the last nine U.S. presidential contests.

Clinton is forecast to pick up 332 Electoral College votes against 206 for Republican Donald Trump, Moody's Analytics predicted on Tuesday in the final update of its model before Election Day on Nov. 8. That would match Obama's margin of victory over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in 2012.

The Reuters-Ipsos States of the Nation project also predicts a Clinton win, with a 95 percent probability of her winning at least 278 electoral votes. A candidate needs to win at least 270 electoral votes to be elected president.

The Moody's Analytics model is based on a combination of state-level economic conditions and political history, and has correctly called the outcome of each presidential election since Republican Ronald Reagan unseated Democrat Jimmy Carter in 1980."

Nervous. Not at all. I'm sleeping beautifully at night.

And you?

Shaw Kenawe said...

PS. Anonymous: Here's more:

Latest reports: In early voting in Florida, Hillary has 53% of the vote. Yes, it's early voting and more votes will be counted. But all of this is good news.

I'm sleeping quite well.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Bluebull, have you watched the video linked in my post? It's awful. Deplorable!

Congrats on your work with PP. I'm proud of you. And I thank you. Wait until you read tomorrow's post. There's a lot of good news in it and the good news comes from Florida.

Anonymous said...

Today, the actor Bryan Cranston said if Trump wins he will move to Canada. Well now, that's a big loss to America.
Ms.Shaw, if Trump wins, where will you relocate to?

Infidel753 said...

It's hard to not be nervous as long as there's any chance at all of the narcissistic bully-boy getting hold of the levers of power.

But the surge in fund-raising for Hillary since Comeygate is a good sign. It shows that people are doubling down on their support in the face of a flagrantly unfair and manipulative attack, which is the appropriate response.

Anonymous said...

Missy Shaw Said"When I just read and heard that 28% of Florida Republicans have voted for Hillary, whereas only 6% of Dems crossed over to Trump. Trump has no path to winning without Florida. And the newest polls from FiveThirtyEight has her ahead of Trump. And today Moody's Analytics election model predicts Clinton win:"

Oh how the BULL-SHIT stink around here.

Shes going to win like a Bull has Tits!

Shaw Kenawe said...

Infidel753, I sent the Hillary campaign some $$$, and I'm glad to see that I'm among the many millions who did that.

The news on early voting coming out of Florida is very satisfying.

Shaw Kenawe said...

I agree with Athenae:

Campaign officials stress they are not taking the outcome of the election for granted. But Clinton and her team have begun thinking about how to position their candidate during the postelection period. Long one of the country’s most polarizing political figures, Clinton has begun telling audiences she’ll need their help in healing the country.

“I’ve got to figure out how we heal these divides,” she said in a Friday interview with a Tampa radio station WBTP. “We’ve got to get together. Maybe that’s a role that is meant to be for my presidency if I’m so fortunate to be there.”

All due respect Madam President, but no, you don’t have to heal shit.

You and your party were not the ones out there screaming about locking up political opponents.

You and your party were not the ones tongue-kissing Putin and talking about the upsides of Saddam Hussein.

You and your party were not calling for the murder of journalists, using Nazi terminology or the word “cunt” as a comma.

You don’t have to heal nothin’.

Once and for all time, the onus of political healing is on THE PEOPLE WHO FUCKED UP. This country did not “become” divided because of “both sides” doing it. This country did not naturally develop a culture of political obstruction like a cold front rolling in, with nothing to be done but bundle up, and no one to blame but the gods.

This country’s political climate and culture were deliberately vandalized over the past four decades by one group of people determined to seize power and keep it at all costs. They refused to confirm qualified judges just because. They said feeding poor people was like keeping stray animals. They accused people who wanted to give other people health care of being Dr. Mengele and called our first black president an illegitimate foreigner. They openly admitted to pandering to people who hate them almost as much as they hate Democrats, and acted like they deserved some kind of award for surviving their own stupidity.

Shaw Kenawe said...


They’ve been driving around the national neighborhood waving flags and yelling FUCK ALL LIBTARD TRAITORS for 15 years now and we’ve had to pretend not to listen to it and say nice things like, “Hey, we love this country too” while they throw beer cans full of piss onto our lawns. We are under no obligation at this point to listen to anything they say.

We don’t all have to come together. We don’t all have to unite. We don’t all have to heal. Here is what “has” to happen.

Republicans have to lose. They have to lose the White House and both houses of Congress.

And then they have to apologize.

And then they have to sit down and shut up and let the party that DIDN’T NOMINATE A FASCIST SEXUAL PREDATOR do its fucking job.

They do that, and America will function as a country, and people will get fed and the lights will stay on as much as they ever have. Sure, lots of pundits will have a sad, and maybe there are nice Republicans who will have a sad, but things will work. The president does not function as national therapist and the job is not to have everybody feel good.


Shaw Kenawe said...

Oh heck. Why not post all of it. You go Athenae!

First of all, it’s impossible. They are going to fight Hillary on every single thing, and that’s the ones that don’t want her dead or aren’t openly supporting a man who wants her dead. They’re not going to “come together.” They’re not going to “heal the divide.” The divide writes their paychecks. It’s not in their interest to join hands for the good of the country.

Second, just fuck this. We have given Republicans time and again opportunities to act like human beings and all they did was nominate Donald Fucking Trump and endorse him and stand behind him and act like if they just made faces while he farted into the mic that would be enough to buy them out of purgatory. They’ve had half a hundred chances to be people and they blew every fucking one so no, we don’t have to heal. We have to win.

And if Donald Trump doesn’t want to concede, oh well. He can say whatever the fuck he wants. He can’t stop the inauguration. If she needs extra lawyers’ fees I think the Internet is good for it. He’s free to yell and scream and stamp his stupid feet and if anybody asks Madam President for comment, she’s kinda busy running the country at the moment, thanks very much.


Shaw Kenawe said...

Anonymous @8:14 AM

That's nice dear.

Bluebull said...

Applauding Athenea! I couldn't agree more. Screw the damn Republiscumbags. They've proven they are far too stupid and unAmerican to bother trying to 'work with'. They can all go to Hell.

Flying Junior said...

The voter intimidation shown in the first video is clearly illegal in the State of Florida. A polling supervisor may seek the sheriff to deputize a deputy sheriff for each polling place to maintain order. Also this from the 2016 Florida Statutes 102.031:

(4)(a) No person, political committee, or other group or organization may solicit voters inside the polling place or within 100 feet of the entrance to any polling place, a polling room where the polling place is also a polling room, an early voting site, or an office of the supervisor of elections where vote-by-mail ballots are requested and printed on demand for the convenience of electors who appear in person to request them. Before the opening of the polling place or early voting site, the clerk or supervisor shall designate the no-solicitation zone and mark the boundaries.

If by some miracle these offenders and the loudmouth with the bullhorn were actually 100 feet away from the polls, the bullhorn would seem to obviate the 100 foot statute. They may also be forming a gauntlet to effectively block an entrance to a polling place.

Bluebull said...

Update: I went to the elections office twice today and the only Trumpanzees there were a handful of angry old white people waving signs and acting like idiots, but not really close enough to bother anyone of the normal, sane people in line to vote for Hillary. I'm glad about that, although I never mind getting in a righties face when needed...... :)

Shaw Kenawe said...

Thanks for the update, Bluebull.

Shaw Kenawe said...

FJ, see Bluebull's report. Maybe they loud-mouth bullies gave up and went home.

Red Herring said...

Jill, the only responsible choice!