Remember Trump’s first rally, when that guy got punched and thrown out and Trump’s supporters were forever labelled “violent”? What you may not know is that it was actually “birddogging” (as revealed by James O’Keefe), a tactic employed by the Democrats that involves paying infiltrators to incite violence. The resultant footage is then used for propaganda purposes.
Since then, Trump’s base has suffered 245 actual violent assaults and 151 “hate crime hoaxes” designed to smear reputations. Bet you never saw any of those on mainstream media? Several hundred other fake hate crimes have been recorded in the US since 2012.
We must be vigilant. The left will stop at nothing to achieve their ends. Remember, Clinton herself knew about the birdogging. This type of guerrilla activity comes with endorsement from the top.
This article will serve as a catalogue of incidents of Vote Yes supporters claiming to be the victim of a hate crime. If I post an incident here it means it meets one or more of the following criterion:
- Self-reported – this means the “victim” is the sole source of evidence
- There is no single victim – this usually involves the defacement of public property
- Timing or connection – the alleged crime comes at a crucial time for the “victim’s” agenda or the “victim” is in some way connected to the political apparatus that benefits
- The alleged crime was “spotted by a social media user”
If and when any of these alleged crimes result in charges, they will be removed from this list.
TWITTER MOMENTS: A dog wearing a marriage equality scarf narrowly avoided a kick from a man who was allegedly shouting homophobic slurs in a Melbourne park. The owner says Mack was unharmed but the man received a “spray” from the dog’s sitter.
Fake news. Never happened. https://t.co/b2WirxdRP6
— David Vance (@DVATW) September 27, 2017
Another Spastika sighting
The dead giveaway of the swastika hoax is that the people who rally beneath this symbol actually know how to draw one.
— Lee Shipley (@svegress) September 26, 2017
ABC: Same-sex marriage advocates say a confronting poster reportedly seen in Melbourne shows how hurtful and “mean spirited” the debate is becoming ahead of a national postal vote on the issue.
The anti-LGBTI poster, which has been shared widely on social media and attracted widespread condemnation, says “Stop the fags”.
news.com.au: AUSTRALIA’s “respectful” debate on whether or not same-sex marriage should be legalised is becoming increasingly nasty after one Sydney train was covered in homophobic graffiti.
The vandalised train was spotted by a Reddit user travelling to Circular Quay — one of Sydney’s most popular tourist destinations — who labelled it as “absolutely f**king disgusting”.
news.com.au: A QUEENSLAND woman said she thought she was going to die after decorating her house in ‘Yes’ memorabilia backfired in a violent confrontation.
Olivia Hill, 22, along with her housemate Larissa Baldwin, say they “covered” their house with signs advocating their support for a Yes vote in the same-sex marriage postal survey.