No doubt you’ve heard about the attack at Ohio State University. A kid tackled an anti-trump/socialist protester on a set of stairs at the campus student union building. It’s all over the Internet so I doubt it’s missed your scrutiny. Unlike attacks on pro-Trump supporters, the media has aired attacks, or assumed/alleged attacks, on liberal democrat supporters nightly so I seriously doubt this has gone unnoticed by your social media timelines.
Incidents of vandalism with a pro-Trump slant have also been aired repeatedly. All of these attacks have been blamed on pro-Trump supporters. If blame hasn’t been placed on the backs of Trump supporters, it’s been insinuated. The word alleged is mysteriously missing from the media word pool of late too. Mysterious no? Anyway….
— The Detroit Scanner (@DetroitScanner) November 15, 2016
The last week has been a violent one no doubt. Protests in major cities by disenfranchised non-voting liberals has been splashed all over our television screens. Stories of sad liberal students requiring counseling in major universities has also been mentioned, repeatedly, in the press. Crayons, coloring books, teddybears and round table crying fits have all been used as a way to lessen the impact of their political hack being ground to dust by half the countries voting population. Except for the conservative student body, but maybe we’ll write about that later.
In this media melee, the kid suffering from Aspergers Syndrome according to reports by friends, has been vilified by the mainstream media. The same media that has aired the disappointment experienced by bazillions of university students, anarchists and anyone looking for a good time in trashing cities across the nation.
He is not a Trump supporter. Stop spreading lies. He has aspergers. I know him. Please share the truth. https://t.co/e7iUbbIdp3
— Lucas Abreu (@lucabreu96) November 15, 2016
Los Angeles has seen freeways closed by groups of rioters and Portland, God love them, has seen attacks on not only police but citizens as well. The reason according to the media, sadness, disappointment, a lack of voice. Those poor poor kids.
All through this period the media has been there, consoling the youth of America, understanding their disappointment in the democratic process. In essence, electing politicians to offices of responsibility should be a big city thing, rural areas in the midwest should be ignored.
Unfortunately the rural areas of this country have been ignored and the result is a Donald Trump administration starting on the 20th of January 2017.
Calls for abolishing the electoral college has been covered as well by the media, sometimes garnering the support of media hacks on cable news. Subverting The Constitution is the new thing now, media types all agreeing that there’s something wrong when their political hack loses an election they were sure to win. In most places of this country that’s called treason.
When media does try to offer its reading or listening public some common sense, the hack responsible is bullied by lesser known hacks and social media hit men/women from the left.
— Ryan Felton (@RyanFelton13) November 13, 2016
So this kid at Ohio State afflicted with Aspergers Syndrome has most likely watched the media and listened to his enlightened pals at Ohio State, immersed himself in the media’s bloviating and came to the conclusion that violence is a proper response to diverging political opinions.
The media and university laid the groundwork, he was just carrying out what he thought was right.
So who’s at fault here, the kid with limited mental capacity or the media with limited mental capacity?
The Detroit Scanner