Black Lives Matter Plans to Rush Trump Tower on Saturday

Stuff Black People Don’t Like
March 18, 2016

You never know what the moment will be that changes… everything.

When the compass you once used to guide your decisions suddenly spins widely out of control.

It’s at this moment when the fears of the present evaporate, and the once unimaginable possibilities of tomorrow appear.


And it’s at times when things are seemingly spinning out of control that your most concise thinking takes place. [TRUMP TOWER SHOWDOWN: THOUSANDS PLAN CONFRONTATION, WND.Com, 3-17-16]:

Could March 19, 2016 be the day Donald J. Trump realizes all that is at stake in his candidacy for POTUS?

Thousands of anti-Trump activists in New York City claim they will converge on Trump Tower this weekend to protest the billionaire’s so-called “fascist policies.”

A Facebook page set up by Cosmopolitan Anti-fascists has roughly 5,000 RSVPs for a protest at the 68-story building hovering over 5th Avenue. The event, which appears to be the Big Apple’s attempt to answer anti-Trump protests March 11 in Chicago, will be held Saturday at noon. Approximately 15,000 people said they are interested in attending.

“Trump’s policy threatens many of us in the Black, Latino, LGBT, Muslim and other communities. These policies and this type of speech has no place in this country, and certainly does not have a place in the city that Trump grew his empire in, which is considered such a melting pot and home for many of the same people Trump continues to wage war on,” the group’s invitation states. “Join us at Columbus Circle as we march to Trump Tower as we say no to hate, no to divisiveness, no to fascist policies and, most importantly, no to Donald J. Trump.”

Trump, the front-runner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, canceled a campaign event at the University of Illinois-Chicago Pavilion last Friday over security concerns. Thousands of protesters tested the Chicago Police Department, Chicago Fire Department, the Secret Service and the FBI until the rally was scrapped., which receives funds from billionaire George Soros, took partial credit for shutting down the rally. The group told supporters in an email, “This is what standing up to hate looks like – and it’s a huge win for student and community organizers who knew they were risking their own safety by taking action,” Mediaite reported March 11.

We know the United States of America is irredeemable; but we also the know many of the people living in the United States of America are redeemable.

Moments of clarity, such as the potential for a Battle of Trump Tower, only shine further light on this reality.

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