Anti-Trump Protests in London a Bust

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Ted Malloch: Live from Londonthe heart of London we see the fact.

The Trump protest was a real bust. It is damp, no wet, and all the placards have been thrown away. It rained on the crazy parade.

Protesters shouted, banged drums and waved placards at what organizers called a “Carnival of Resistance” in Trafalgar Square while Prime Minister Theresa May held talks with Trump a short distance away at her Number 10 Downing Street residence.
The crowd was way smaller than expected.

The crowd, if that’s what you call it, is only a few thousand mostly angry misanthropes,

Trotskyite Labour supporters and jihadis, like the terrorist supporting mayor of London, Sad Khan, who detests Trump so much he floats a baby balloon over his city rife with crime while attacking Trump as a misyogist, etc. etc.

One statue depicted Trump on a golden toilet. Very classy.

Khan is a belligerent Muslim who has been photographed with known terrorist groups and seems more intent on Pakistani power and multiculturalism than benefitting the citizens of the great country still called — Great Britain.

He is a “stone cold loser” in Trump’s tweet and lacks taste, decorum or any diplomatic grace whatsoever. He is also small.

Trump should, given the mayor’s notorious behavior have his name added to the No-Fly List since he despises America so much.

The loony, bearded Labour leader, Jermyn Corbyn, who is left of left and a Trotskyite Marxist who wants to nationalize the economy, tax the rich to death, and leave NATO, is so anti-American that he even refused to meet Trump as the holder of the US presidency which is customary.

He would not even attend his own Queen’s State dinner. Oh, he wants to do away with her, as well.

After what can only be called a smashing success at the State Banquet last night at Buckingham Palace where all the stops came out, today’s meeting with the failed Prime Minister Theresa May and her officials was a drop off.

She has just TWO days left in office.

The bigger event is tomorrow at Portsmouth, where the
D-Day ceremonies will commemorate the 75th anniversary of America and Allied victory on the beaches on Normandy against Nazi Germany.

Maybe the Left can protest that, too?

Without American blood, might and support there would no freedom at all in Britain or across Europe for that matter.

No one seems to want to remember that.

Except the Queen — who extolled America last evening in her wonderful toast.

FOX News reporter Benjamin Hall made the same assessment this morning.

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