Monday, November 14, 2016
'Subversives' confronting President-elect Trump
At Tap Wires by Jake Baker --
During their first meeting at the White House, Donald Trump and Barack Obama discussed reconciliation while protesters raged against Trump on the streets.
In Chicago, a white Trump supporter was brutally beaten by a black mob screaming insults against Trump. Massive protests took place in cities across America, with some demonstrators openly calling for violence. And there is already a concerted effort to deny the legitimacy of Trump's election, with "Not My President" serving as a popular slogan for left-wing groups around the country.
It's a battle many conservatives saw coming. Among them is Michael Savage, the talk-radio titan who heralded Trump's rise with his signature slogan of "borders, language, culture."