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  1. 1

    Elena Llivina

    This, too, shall pass. They’ll get over it, move on.
    Hopefully, get jobs

  2. 2

    Elena Llivina

    This, too, shall pass. They’ll get over it, move on.
    Hopefully, get jobs

  3. 3

    Richard Jones Jr.

    This is the generation of “participation trophies”. They have no clue what its like to lose and dont know how to handle it.

  4. 4

    Richard Jones Jr.

    This is the generation of “participation trophies”. They have no clue what its like to lose and dont know how to handle it.

  5. 5

    Reuben Barringer

    Protest away. I think it’s healthy to protest as long as it’s peaceful.

  6. 6

    Reuben Barringer

    Protest away. I think it’s healthy to protest as long as it’s peaceful.

  7. 7

    Justin Williamson

    Kinda weird to assume people protesting at night and on a weekend need jobs

  8. 8

    Justin Williamson

    Kinda weird to assume people protesting at night and on a weekend need jobs

  9. 9

    Justin Williamson

    Who gave out those participation trophies? We give them to ourselves???

  10. 10

    Justin Williamson

    Who gave out those participation trophies? We give them to ourselves???

  11. 12

    Elena Llivina

    Oh, you’re right! It is Veterans Day today! Great day for a protest.
    I’m going to the parade myself, so I’ll have to miss witnessing the protest.
    You have a great day!

  12. 13

    Elena Llivina

    Oh, you’re right! It is Veterans Day today! Great day for a protest.
    I’m going to the parade myself, so I’ll have to miss witnessing the protest.
    You have a great day!

  13. 16

    Chuck Biddinger

    Just thugs that are concerned they may have to work for a living.

  14. 17

    Christie Darden Gingras

    Why would you even give this any time or space on this page?

  15. 19

    Amanda Plain

    I don’t believe there is a protest today. There was one last night and one on Saturday.

  16. 20

    Amanda Plain

    I don’t believe there is a protest today. There was one last night and one on Saturday.

  17. 21

    Walter May

    Or maybe people who do not want to be ‘fired” for no reason.

  18. 22

    Richard Jones Jr.

    And of course its unthinkable your actions and attitudes are your own fault. Make sure and blame others.

  19. 23

    Richard Jones Jr.

    And of course its unthinkable your actions and attitudes are your own fault. Make sure and blame others.

  20. 24

    Scott Crooks

    Soccer moms and participation trophies…

  21. 25

    Scott Crooks

    Soccer moms and participation trophies…

  22. 26

    Rick Latta

    Veterans Day. The only Marches in the streets today should be the Veterans Day Parades taking place across America. Go salute some Heroes if you got a minute during your busy workday. If you’re marching in protest of Election results I suggest you hide from those who give you the right to have hurt feelings, might be a good time to go get a job.We agree to your right to march, it doesnt mean we agree with You.

  23. 29

    Tjo Johnson

    I’m still waiting on Kanye, Miley., Rosie and Whoopi to board the plane. Protesting at this point is just stupid. Trump won. Get over it.

  24. 30

    Bethanie Barrett-Free

    Protest wasn’t today. Read the article

  25. 31

    Rick Latta

    What’s your point Bethanie Barrett-Free

  26. 32

    Jamie Reid

    For the same reason they allow you to post your comment.

  27. 33

    Jamie Reid

    Do you actually have a substantial enough job to be throwing stones in glass houses?

  28. 34

    Jennifer Atchley Haynes

    I want to know what they think they’re going to accomplish by rioting!! They’re just making themselves look stupid!

  29. 35

    Justin Williamson

    So you blamed others, then when confronted you accused me of blaming others THEN you blamed others again (mothers, oddly enough).

    “And of course it’s unthinkable your actions and attitudes are your own fault. Make sure and blame others.”

    Follow your own advice. Also, quit making assumptions.

  30. 36

    Justin Williamson

    So you blamed others, then when confronted you accused me of blaming others THEN you blamed others again (mothers, oddly enough).

    “And of course it’s unthinkable your actions and attitudes are your own fault. Make sure and blame others.”

    Follow your own advice. Also, quit making assumptions.

  31. 37

    Christie Darden Gingras

    Where are you’re words commending the United States Veterans for their service defending these POS’s right to protest, hmm? It is Veteran’s Day, you know!

  32. 38

    Christie Darden Gingras

    Where are you’re words commending the United States Veterans for their service defending these POS’s right to protest, hmm? It is Veteran’s Day, you know!

  33. 39

    Justin Williamson

    We can agree on that last post Elena.

  34. 40

    Justin Williamson

    We can agree on that last post Elena.

  35. 41

    Rick Latta

    Do I not have the right to free speech? Jamie Reid. Are your feelings hurt? Maybe you’re throwing stones.

  36. 42

    Cecilia Kirk

    I have no problem with peaceful protests. There was a peaceful protest Tuesday when millions of Americans voted for a change from politics as usual. The candidates were deeply flawed but we made our choice. Go ahead and protest a legal election. That’s your right. But you don’t have the right to destroy property and hurt people so remain peaceful please.

  37. 43

    Richard Jones Jr.

    i havent blamed others, you asked me a question and i answered it. I have never given a participation trophy! I cannot take responsibility for an action that is not mine. But here you are trying to blame me for something………Why?

  38. 44

    Richard Jones Jr.

    i havent blamed others, you asked me a question and i answered it. I have never given a participation trophy! I cannot take responsibility for an action that is not mine. But here you are trying to blame me for something………Why?

  39. 45

    Christie Darden Gingras

    News worthy it’s not to report on people that can’t accept what the majority wants. Had it been the other way, there would have been little to no protests. Poor babies. No one there to powder their asses any longer.

  40. 46

    Kenneth Mcintyre

    Justin Williamson , they gave them to you so yo ma’ma wouldn’t bitch and scream , and you wouldn’t g home and cry for weeks like you are doing now LOL I hope you keep up the tradition with your children ,so they can grow up doing the same !

  41. 47

    The Trussville Tribune

    We reported the story because The Trussville Tribune is a newspaper. We report news. Thank you for reading.

  42. 49

    Tracy Bibb Slone

    Wonder how many of these protestors actually stood in line for hours to vote?

  43. 50

    Heath Whisonant

    Protest in vain… It’s already set in stone

  44. 51

    Christie Darden Gingras

    I do not read this page. I have a job unlike these protesters, most likely. I was checking to see coverage on high school basketball, which you have none.

  45. 52

    Luis E Toro

    Those protesters should ask the 100 million people that didn’t vote. Why didn’t they vote? Because in the history of the USA. There hasn’t not been a party holding office three consecutive terms.

    I wish they would protest for a better education system. In the world ranking we are 16. Let me write that again 16……let the business man take care of business.

  46. 53

    Jamie Reid

    So, I would encourage you to focus on that job, instead of making an ass out of yourself. Have a seat.

  47. 55

    Jamie Reid

    You don’t have the right to make asinine assumptions about people you don’t know. For example – you look as though you do a lot of drugs. Is that a fair assessment, seeing as I don’t know you? Not at all. But, free speech, right?

  48. 56

    Rick Latta

    Awe Jamie Reid, your feelings are hurt.

  49. 57

    Mark Kelly

    I did not attend the rally because I think it’s premature and unfair to protest a President-elect. I do wish that all of you folks who want everyone to fall in line behind President Trump had done the same for President Obama. I will say that the march following the rally passed directly beneath my window, and the only chant I heard was “Love trumps hate.” Surely you good Christian people (I’m saying that only half-ironically) can’t object to that.

  50. 58

    Suzanne Williams Crosby

    As long as they keep it peaceful, fine. But if it turns violent and destructive then there’s a problem and it shouldn’t be allowed or tolerated.

  51. 59

    Tammy Minyard Somers

    Well I hope this remains peaceful as well. After watching the guy in Chicago get assaulted and beaten by several men and then his car stolen just for voting for Trump. Really?! Just remember this isn’t Chicago, those actions will more than likely be dealt with by lethal force here. Just another reason why the 2nd amendment must and will be preserved…scott

  52. 60

    Jamie Reid

    No, sweet angel, not at all. Someone just needs to hold you accountable.

  53. 61

    Rick Latta

    Best go back to your safe space Jamie Reid

  54. 62

    Nick Rutledge

    Protest all they want Donald TRUMP is the next president of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

  55. 63

    Becky Joiner

    Try to direct all your negative energy and emotions into something useful!! Get out and clean up your neighborhoods, feed a family, help an elderly person!! Make a difference!!!!! All this BS is ridiculous! You are disrupting the lives of everyone around you and accomplishing absolutely NOTHING….NADA…..ZILCH!!! Tuck your stupidity back in and get on with your life!!

  56. 64

    Justin Williamson

    We have that in common Richard – I haven’t given one either but I’m being blamed.

    Kenneth who says I’m crying? You don’t even know who I voted for, and it’s probably not who you think. Standing up for my generation isn’t a partisan issue.

  57. 66

    Kay Hicks

    I just wish the news would stop covering this. It’s all about show.

  58. 67

    Terry Ridley

    Waste of time ..rule of law is on President Trumps side …

  59. 68

    Toni Maria Lively

    What exactly is having an Anti-Trump rally going to do?? He is still going to be our President. Y’all actin like a bunch of freakin crybabies ain’t gonna change that

  60. 69

    Scott Buttram

    Christie Darden Gingras, I’ll be happy to answer your question. First, I appreciate your question, the opportunity to address your concern and I appreciate you as a reader of The Trussville Tribune.

    The anti-Trump protests are a major news story throughout the country. When those protest reach the largest city in Alabama – which just happens to share a city limits line with Trussville – it is news. We are obligated to report the news in our area regardless of our opinion of the event.

    When we reported the protesters at Target a few months ago, we were attacked by members of the LGBTQ community for reporting that story. They didn’t think the protesters deserved any coverage. There will always be someone or some group that wants to define what is or isn’t news for everyone else. As a newspaper, we owe it to our readers to never allow that to impact our decision to cover of any event or story.

    If anyone on our staff ever allows their personal opinion to determine what they report or don’t report, they’ll need to find somewhere else to work.

    If you’re interested in my personal opinion of the protest, you can find that on my personal Facebook page where it belongs. My comments there are public. If I decide to publish my opinion in The Trussville Tribune, you can rest assured that it will be clearly defined as an opinion/commentary.

    I am personally very concerned with the current state of the news media in America. I am concerned with the blending of “news” and “opinion” to the point that it is barely distinguishable.

    I am concerned with fake “news” outlets on the Internet that falsely report slanted stories to suit their agenda. I am concerned with once legitimate news outlets that now pander to their audience by cherry picking their stories and ignore the facts. I will do my very best to make sure the Tribune never drifts into that territory.

    Our readers are very diverse with a wide range of interest. What is news for one, may not be news for another. We understand that and I hope you do, too. We welcome reader’s comments, as we have yours, both on social media and in print with Letters to the Editor.

    I don’t want to lose you or anyone as a reader. But if reporting major news events of the communities we cover and the surrounding areas causes you to leave, I’ll wish you well and thank you for your time.

  61. 70

    Christie Darden Gingras

    Thank you for the clarification. I just think this should take a back seat to other news. The more attention they are given the worse these incidents and more prevalent they become.

  62. 71

    Sheila Wingard

    Why does there have to be a protest anyway. I didn’t see people protesting when Obama was elected for 2 terms. Suck it up. Nothing will change Trump is President like it or not.. Do like everyone else .. Get a job!!

  63. 72

    Tanya Coy Richards

    While the video was very disgusting, the incident occurred because of a traffic accident. The police have no idea why the person videoing was shouting about Trump. The lady yelling about her stuff was the one he reported hit with his car.

  64. 74

    Richard Jones Jr.

    I was stating why i believe “your generation” is acting the way they are. Then you started with the blame game. “Who gave out those participation trophies? We give them to ourselves???” That statement you made is looking for someone to blame. If you are going to defend your generation then you get grouped in with them. They are out there whining and crying because they didnt get there way and by you defending them you are guilty by association.

  65. 75

    Alex Minton

    Hopefully it will stay peaceful. I would hate to see any of the progress Birmingham has made over the last few years be burned or vandalized.

  66. 76

    Scott Buttram

    I don’t think there is an expectation of everyone falling in line with Trump. If there is, it’s totally irrational. Every president since I’ve been of voting age (Reagan) has endured the wrath of the opposition. Social media has accelerated the behavior to new highs, though.

    For me, it’s the contrast between those who opposed Obama and those who oppose Trump. It’s the irony of protesting perceived “hate” speech with chants of “F— Trump.” It’s the nouvo “let’s take to the streets and march” of this generation. And, no, marching isn’t new. But marching every time you don’t get your way is.

    I guess I’m just a middle aged guy who remembers the Civil Rights marches and the Vietnam protesters and sees the current folks as a bunch of lightweight wannabes.

    Further, it’s an underlying feeling that maybe all of the recent rioting over this cause or that cause may have been a major reason of the surge to Trump that I really didn’t consider until the recent protests started. I probably should have, but I honestly didn’t.

  67. 77

    Teresa Parker Patterson

    there again people with no JOBS that can go rally hmmmm….

  68. 78

    Debbie Chamblee

    And has a valid purpose maybe??

  69. 79

    Debbie Chamblee

    And has a valid purpose maybe??

  70. 86

    Debbie Chamblee

    That’s what I’m having a problem with as well Sheila, what’s this protest about? Here in Birmingham they referred to it as a “unity” protest yet they are shouting “not my president”. That’s not promoting unity but just the opposite in continuing to divide our nation. Your protest loses credibility when you SAY its about unity but your actions and chants say otherwise. Thanks for keeping it peaceful, but while you’re at it, use your voices and platform for positive UNITY rather than further dividing our nation.

  71. 87

    Debbie Chamblee

    That’s what I’m having a problem with as well Sheila, what’s this protest about? Here in Birmingham they referred to it as a “unity” protest yet they are shouting “not my president”. That’s not promoting unity but just the opposite in continuing to divide our nation. Your protest loses credibility when you SAY its about unity but your actions and chants say otherwise. Thanks for keeping it peaceful, but while you’re at it, use your voices and platform for positive UNITY rather than further dividing our nation.

  72. 88

    Shirley Carmack

    I watched this as it was being filmed live. Your are correct about the language that was used. I could have washed out a lot of mouths last night, something their parents neglected to do when they were kids and learning to respect the opinions of others was not taught as well.

  73. 89

    Shirley Carmack

    I watched this as it was being filmed live. Your are correct about the language that was used. I could have washed out a lot of mouths last night, something their parents neglected to do when they were kids and learning to respect the opinions of others was not taught as well.

  74. 90

    Gabrielle Trimm

    What would you call the tea party rallies?

  75. 91

    Gabrielle Trimm

    What would you call the tea party rallies?

  76. 92

    Justin Williamson

    Amazing that you still think that the one assigning blame here is me. I did not make the first comment, and I will not apologize for accepting a “participation trophy” as a six year old.

  77. 93

    Justin Williamson

    Amazing that you still think that the one assigning blame here is me. I did not make the first comment, and I will not apologize for accepting a “participation trophy” as a six year old.

  78. 94

    Jamie Reid

    No…it was marginally humorous about 5 years ago. Do you know who brought it back as a current joke? The LGBTQ community. You’re welcome.

  79. 95

    Jamie Reid

    No…it was marginally humorous about 5 years ago. Do you know who brought it back as a current joke? The LGBTQ community. You’re welcome.

  80. 98

    Justin Williamson

    To add to Scott Buttram’s comments, President-Elect Trump also felt it important enough to respond to it via Twitter.

  81. 99

    Justin Williamson

    To add to Scott Buttram’s comments, President-Elect Trump also felt it important enough to respond to it via Twitter.

  82. 100

    Justin Williamson

    Hate that assumption that night/weekend protesters don’t have jobs.

    You could also ask the President Elect the same question on Twitter, Christie.

  83. 101

    Justin Williamson

    Hate that assumption that night/weekend protesters don’t have jobs.

    You could also ask the President Elect the same question on Twitter, Christie.

  84. 102

    Jamie Reid

    It’s because of people like you that our country would never grow or evolve, were any pertinent decisions left in your hands.

  85. 103

    Jamie Reid

    It’s because of people like you that our country would never grow or evolve, were any pertinent decisions left in your hands.

  86. 104

    Rick Latta

    Yes im done…with you. Put some big boy pants on and go see and honor some real men and women and gays at the Veterans Day parade. Maybe I’ll see you there. Hope your day gets better Jamie Reid

  87. 105

    Rick Latta

    Yes im done…with you. Put some big boy pants on and go see and honor some real men and women and gays at the Veterans Day parade. Maybe I’ll see you there. Hope your day gets better Jamie Reid

  88. 106

    Jamie Reid

    You’re certainly entitled to your opinion. But remember – it’s just an opinion. Plenty can be changed due to these protests and your assumption that these protesters have nothing better to do is actually accurate – to them, this is the most important thing they could be doing. So, have a seat. Have them all, actually.

  89. 107

    Jamie Reid

    You’re certainly entitled to your opinion. But remember – it’s just an opinion. Plenty can be changed due to these protests and your assumption that these protesters have nothing better to do is actually accurate – to them, this is the most important thing they could be doing. So, have a seat. Have them all, actually.

  90. 108

    Katherine Warren

    Throughout his campaign, Donald Trump utilized his right to publicly express bigotry to many minority groups. In turn, those offended by Donald Trump have the right to publicly express discontent with him and what his campaign stands for. I hope you can respect that right that we all have in this country.

  91. 109

    Katherine Warren

    News is news. You don’t have to agree with it, but it deserves to be reported.

  92. 110

    Justin Williamson

    There’s good and bad in every group. You can choose to focus on the bad and bash an entire generation and throw moms under the bus, like you have. Or you can look at the part of my generation who is going to work every day. The part who volunteers regularly. The part who pursues postgraduate educations because college degrees don’t mean as much as they used to. The part who donates money to important causes. The part who tells our kids the Biblical principles of “Love one another” and “treat others the way we want to be treated.” The part that sees injustice and confronts it. The part that will be paying social security taxes for decades even though we probably won’t ever get it back.

    It all depends on where you choose to look, Richard.

  93. 111

    Carla Reid Emmons

    Let the people be heard. Peaceful protests are protected by the 1st amendment. We the people ……. Remember?

  94. 112

    Brian Hallmark

    Stop man this is stupid you all look like babies grow up!!!!

  95. 115

    Mandy Delgado

    This is ridículas really

  96. 116

    Earl Sires

    presidents from the same party have served three or more consecutive terms many, many times, most recently Reagan (2 terms) to Bush Sr (1 term). FDR served 3 full terms himself before passing it on to another democrat, Truman. And there are many more examples:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Presidents_of_the_United_States

  97. 117

    Shawn Miskell

    Maybe he wants to say it again 16th we’re 16th clearly we’re a little farther behinds on our country’s own history

  98. 118

    Richard Jones Jr.

    You make some very correct points. I, however, was not referring to your whole generation in my post. I was only referring to the ones protesting and more importantly the ones rioting.

  99. 119

    Jody Blake McCluskey

    Don’t change a thing not a thing. God Bless America

  100. 120

    Judy Morrow Rice

    Put your.big girl panties on and move on people ! Do I think he was the best Person to run for office no ! I do think he is better than her and I am so much happier that when I woke Wednesday morning it was his face I saw and not hers ! I think he will be far better than what we have had the pAst 8 years . I can tell you if that was my kid acting like these kids are doing at college I would pull them out ! I would stop paying for there college and tell them to get a job and pay for it themselves !

  101. 121

    Laura Hathcock Gibbs

    Don’t these people have JOBS TO GO TO!!

  102. 122

    Jane Scoggins

    Peaceful protest……great. No problem but I really don’t understand exactly what they are protesting. I have voted in quite a few elections and have had my personal choice defeated, but the majority spoke and I excepted it. Didn’t like it but excepted and moved on.

  103. 123

    Chad Perry

    Yes, let’s respect their right to damage public property and harm people. It seems to be the politically correct thing to do in a lot of cities.

  104. 124

    Chad Perry

    Absolutely, it’s called being an adult.

  105. 125

    Brian Wells

    Time for some tear gas.

  106. 126

    Terrie Dollar

    Why do ralley. What is point. He already voted in grow up get a like and deal with it.

  107. 127

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    This protest is almost as bad as that darn Boston tea party one! Haven’t these young kids learned nothing from our history books or are they too busy on their iPads and cells phones! Geez!

  108. 129

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    You are right! Protest has never had a place in history before! Silly kids!

  109. 130

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    You are right! First of speech and protest has never changed a thing!

  110. 131

    Debbie AndMark Wolfe

    Stupid , nothing to protest. The election is OVER

  111. 132

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    I agree! Protest has never createdchange! But letter writing campaigns do!

  112. 133

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    Every protest has valid point to the people that are protesting! Your possible disagreement doesn’t invalid it!

  113. 134

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    By major do you mean popular vote?

  114. 135

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    I find it very unlikely ALL the protesters don’t have jobs! Seems like you are making assumptions!

  115. 136

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    Interesting! I bet if they took the time to protest, they probably took the time to vote! But who knows?

  116. 137

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    I guess the point of protest is to draw attention!

  117. 138

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    I guess this election proves it!

  118. 139

    Robert Ferguson

    Just trying to get their face on TV.

  119. 140

    Jamie Reid

    My day was absolutely fantastic, thank you kindly!

  120. 141

    Katherine Warren

    Most of the protests and rallies have been peaceful. No one should advocate for violence.

  121. 142

    Katherine Warren

    Had Trump lost the election, I’d support your right to peacefully protest as well. I’m sorry your hearts are so full of hate and sarcasm. I’m sorry that we cannot hold meaningful, respectful conversations in this country. In all sincerity, good luck with your next president.

  122. 143

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    I think I missed the trophies give out? Is it too late?

  123. 144

    Lena Nessa Abdoli

    Dang! You are taking it back to grade school with these comebacks! Next time try, “your mom’s feelings are hurt!”

  124. 145

    Laura Johnston Thigpen

    Hate? This is suppose to be a “unity” rally yet ask it’s doing it dividing people even more

  125. 147

    Nancy Evans Routson

    We didn’t protest when Wortless lObama was elected, not once but twice! How are you better off in the last 8 years? Give Trump a try
    Oh wait, you might have to actually work and earn a paycheck as opposed to a handout.

  126. 149

    Jennifer Laureano

    I think the protesters have taken a lesson or two from Trump and how he has ran his campaign attitude and instituting it in freedom of speech and action like he did

  127. 151

    Christopher Lee Argo

    Remember all the outcry and protesting in the streets 8 years ago when Obama was elected?

    Yeah me neither

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    Kenny Denham

    Worthless? Check your 401k now vs before Obama.

  130. 154

    Trini Nichols Thompson

    Why do you “the media” continue to promote this crap? I’m sure there are real stories you could write about if you look hard enough.

  131. 155

    Tequilla Renee Terrell

    It’s call freedom of speech they aren’t bothering anyone so…why are you so worried about it

  132. 156

    Madison Underwood

    Our president-elect isn’t exactly a paragon of classy language. But yes, there was some unfortunate language I heard watching the video of the rally.

  133. 157

    Madison Underwood

    (Which, from a messaging standpoint, is not productive)

  134. 158

    April Speanburg

    Good. They need to keep protesting. This POS is going to destroy the country. Someone should be protesting it.

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    Khalia Kennedy

    Civil Rights movement was a huge protest

  137. 162

    Toni Maria Lively

    The civil rights was a peaceful protest for the most part. And it didn’t change the president.

  138. 165

    Gail Bridges Hopkins

    And what do you think will happen? He’ll step down? They’ll reverse the election? Come one. Surely you’re better than that. This is the stupidest thing yet. People that didn’t want obama never acted like this. It’s time to put your Big Girl panties on and get over it.

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    Gail Bridges Hopkins

    And what do you think will happen? He’ll step down? They’ll reverse the election? Come one. Surely you’re better than that. This is the stupidest thing yet. People that didn’t want obama never acted like this. It’s time to put your Big Girl panties on and get over it.

  140. 167

    Carol Steel

    These little shits need to go play Pokemon “Go” leave the adult stuff to the adults.

  141. 168

    Carol Steel

    These little shits need to go play Pokemon “Go” leave the adult stuff to the adults.

  142. 169

    Jenny Jones Montgomery

    No amount of marching/protests will change the results

  143. 170

    Jenny Jones Montgomery

    No amount of marching/protests will change the results

  144. 171

    Steve Routson

    The leftist liberal protestors show how hypocritical and intolerant they really are but they are so blind and stupid they don’t even see their hypocrisy. While Trump made a lot of stupid and divisive comments, he didn’t invite destructive riots that destroyed private property. Like so many liberals, you can have your right to your own opinion until it disagrees with theirs; then you become a bigoted racist and sexist pig. Sounds just like the same political tool used by fascists

  145. 174

    Amy Gilbert

    This protest is peaceful as well!! The only people talking about violence are the people who do not support us. Those are the people sending death threats for us exercising our rights.

  146. 175

    Jennifer Chinnis Lawley

    I don’t give a damn who brought it back, i still think it’s funny.

  147. 176

    Ed Hollis

    They want everything free

  148. 177

    Toni Maria Lively

    I personally don’t care if you protest or not. All I want to know is what does it change? Why can’t people admit defeat and go with the flow?? Acting like an entitled, spoiled brat doesn’t help anything. But you have the right to do whatever you want.

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    Timothy M Taylor

    Nope. There in stands the problem.

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