Look At The DISGUSTING Act These Democrat Politicians Just Announced Against Trump On Inauguration Day!


A whole mess of Democrats are now saying that they will not attend President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration. Why? Well, it started with commie John Lewis stating that Trump was an illegitimate president and that he would not be attending. Trump fired back that it didn’t matter… that Lewis was all talk and his crime-infested district was falling apart. All true – guess that left a mark.

Now, the Democrats are all piling on the ‘boycott Trump’ train. They all have one thing in common other than being deeply, deeply stupid… they are communists. Check it for yourself… take a ride on the radical side and review Trevor Loudon’s excellent research on each of these asshats.

The Democrats correctly perceive Trump’s assessment of Lewis’ district as an insult and they are using that as an excuse not to attend the Inauguration. Ben Sasse is pleading for sanity (of which there will be none) and is asking them to attend the Inauguration anyway… that it isn’t about Trump, it is about the peaceful transition of power.

I have great respect for Sasse, but I hate to break it to him… there will be nothing peaceful about any of this. These are radical insurgents and they are going to cause massive upheaval here in the US over the next four to eight years. Brace yourselves, because they are only getting started. Inauguration Day is the starting line and the gun is about to go off.

From AJC.com:

A growing number of House Democrats say they won’t attend Donald Trump’s inauguration after he criticized Georgia Rep. John Lewis as “all talk” and insulted his Atlanta-based district.

Trump called the district a “crime infested” area that is “falling apart,” a day after the Democrat told NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he will skip Trump’s inauguration next week because he doesn’t see him as a “legitimate president.”

Other Democrats are citing that early-morning Twitter barrage for their decision to avoid this week’s inauguration festivities. California Rep. Mark Takano, California Rep. Ted Lieu and New York Rep. Yvette Clarke all said on Twitter Saturday they will not attend the swearing-in ceremony to stand in solidarity with Lewis.

“For me, the personal decision not to attend Inauguration is quite simple: Do I stand with Donald Trump, or do I stand with John Lewis?” Lieu said in a statement. “I am standing with John Lewis.”

Clarke tweeted: “When you insult @repjohnlewis, you insult America.”

These ‘red’ Democrats are asking should they stand with Donald Trump or a civil rights icon like John Lewis? They say it is either/or and they choose Lewis. I would expect nothing less from those that wish to turn the US into a communist regime. They almost succeeded under Barack Obama and if Hillary Clinton had been elected, they would have finished us off. We dodged the biggest bullet in history when Trump defeated that hag.

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Those boycotting are the usual dissidents on the left. So no surprise there. I actually expect violence in the streets of DC on Inauguration Day. There are a number of leftist groups that are promising it. But there will be a ton of police, National Guardsmen and Bikers for Trump there. This time, Americans aren’t just going to take it… they are going to fight back.

I hope it is peaceful and that we can get on with the business of the country, but the Lewis declaration of Trump’s illegitimacy is widely shared on the left, in Hollywood, and in the media. This will probably be all out war between the communist elitists and the rest of America. My bet’s on the common man and Trump.



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