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Roosh V: Trump needs “an emergency action plan for when a Trump supporter murders a leftist.”

Trump: Says there will be riots if he's not the Republican nominee
Trump: Says there will be riots if he’s not the Republican nominee

The repellent pickup artist and wannabe philosopher Roosh Valizadeh startled even those of us who have been paying  close attention to his ongoing terribleness by declaring in a blog post last August that it was “just a matter of time” before one of his fans loses it and goes on a murderous shooting rampage.

His plan to deal with this horrific possibility, which he regards as pretty much an eventuality? An “emergency protocol” that he and his supporters could follow, not to try to stop such a rampage before it happens, but to make sure that such a shooting wouldn’t make Roosh look too bad. Among other things, he suggested that his fans refrain from posting too many jokey animated gifs after a mass shooting by one of their number because “the world will be watching us.”

Now Roosh is recommending a similar “emergency action plan for when a Trump supporter murders a leftist.”

And yes, those are his exact words. Roosh continues:

It’s probably going to happen that a Trump supporter is threatened with his life by a mob of leftists and acts in legal self-defense. Even though he will be legally excused for the killing, the media will go crazy and start up with the “Trump has started a holocaust” rhetoric.

Yes, how unreasonable it would be to connect Trump’s repeated instigation of violence to an act of violence by one of his fans!

Oh, sorry, not violence. “Self defense.”

Trump must immediately denounce the violence and re-frame the issue as a man using force to defend his life or family, adding that this is why the Second Amendment is so important for all Americans.

And what if the murder weren’t an act of self-defense by someone who feared for their life?

If the use of violence by a Trump supporter is in no way justifiable from a legal self-defense standpoint  and is possibly even a false flag attack, Trump should condemn the act and make a visible monetary donation to the health care costs of the victim, stating how as President he will heal the nation and prevent such attacks from even occurring.

Apparently Trump has some sort of magical power to make all murders cease with a wave of the hand and a shpritz of the Aqua Net.

In addition to providing this “emergency action plan” in case of murder, Roosh helpfully provides Trump and his campaign staff with some “talking points” they can use if the violence doesn’t lead to death.

“We have high energy while the left has criminal energy. They are trying to use violence to stop us from making America great again. Their leading candidate has the most criminal energy of all!”

Uh, that “low energy” thing worked on Jeb Bush because he walked around like a sad Charlie Brown; it was clear that he’d rather be anywhere than on the campaign trail. Is “criminal energy’ even a thing?

“Why are Hillary supporters so ready to use violence? Where did they get that criminal energy from? We can only wonder!”

Again with the “criminal energy.” Not going to work, dude.

“If you are confronted by an unstable liberal, extract yourself to safety. De-escalate the situation. Chicago has shown they do not want to have a logical debate on how to make America great again.”

You know, I’m going to set aside the fact that Roosh is talking about liberals as if they were rabid beavers. And the bit about liberals not wanting to have a “logical debate.” Because that “de-escalate the situation” is good. Very good.

Use this one, Mr. Trump. Tell your supporters to de-escalate, instead of fantasizing about punching protesters in the face yourself. Tell them to de-escalate, instead of telling them you’ll  “pay for the legal fees, I promise” if they “knock the crap out of” any protesters in their reach. 

Trump is really the only one who has sway with these people, the only one who could actually, through his words, help to reign in the wave of violence he has unleashed. But instead of telling his followers to “de-escalate,” he keeps escalating his own rhetoric. Now he’s “predicting” — that is, threatening — riots if he’s not the Republican nominee.

Will a Trump supporter end up killing a leftist? I don’t know. But I do know that if Trump keeps excusing, enabling, and at times directly inciting violence, more people are going to get hurt.

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Silver
Silver
4 years ago

GenJones

“I’m pretty sure if you’re already working on your contingencies you can’t claim it wasn’t premeditated, even if the victim will be chosen at random. ”
A bit like Rooshs articles on ‘When no means yes’ and ‘how to avoid a rape charge’ you mean?

This man is just barking mad. The stuff he writes is insane.

dlouwe
dlouwe
4 years ago

@Silver

Please review the comments policy, specifically the part about “crazy” talk.

sparkalipoo
sparkalipoo
4 years ago

@Flora

I think Roosh is opperating under the same assumption as when Sanders supporters claim that the berniebro phenomenon is a media/Clinton conspiracy–basically their camp can do wrong so any wrong doing in their camp must be another candidates fault

Kat
Kat
4 years ago

@sparkalipoo

You left out the part where Sanders tells the Bernie bros to knock it off.

It turns out that Roosh and Sanders (along with the vast majority of Sanders’ supporters) are very different.

Jake Tapper asked Sen. Sanders (I-Vt.) about the phenomenon of his backers saying sexist things to supporters of Hillary Clinton, his rival for the Democratic nomination, on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.

Sanders renounced them unequivocally.

“I have heard about it. It’s disgusting,” Sanders said. “Look, we don’t want that crap. … We will do everything we can and I think we have tried. Look, anybody who is supporting me that is doing the sexist things is — we don’t want them. I don’t want them. That is not what this campaign is about.”

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sanders-condemns-bernie-bros_us_56b75a28e4b08069c7a79b1e

Scoots
Scoots
4 years ago

@Venice:

Can someone explain this “high energy” thing they’ve been saying a lot recently? I must have missed something

It’s something Trump himself says. He accused Jeb Bush of being “low energy.” Lately it’s been about small vs. large hands. Bluntly, it really IS about who’s got more testosterone and who has the biggest dick.

As for Roosh’s “advice”:

I’m very much concerned that one of Trump’s supporters could kill a protestor. Or even someone they perceive as a threat.

Here’s a pretty interesting article by a reporter who embedded himself inside the protest. Sounds like they were a diverse group with differing concerns, many of them UIC students who had every reason not to want Trump on their campus. And they were all unarmed.

On their own campus, in their own city, surrounded by police and U.S. Secret Service, none of them felt safe. But there was nowhere to go. For nearly a half an hour, they, and everyone else, was effectively trapped in the arena, two sides of an angry political discourse hemmed in together by concrete walls.

Trump supporters are already talking about bringing guns. A cynical poster at Redstate suggested that protestors and reporters should bring guns themselves, for God knows what reason. No doubt that a white Trump supporter could claim he felt threatened and get away with it under a “stand your ground” law.

@Kat: you must have written this while I was writing this post. Thank you. That has been bothering me greatly.

AsAboveSoBelow
AsAboveSoBelow
4 years ago

“Criminal energy” sounds like a line from a Powerthirst commercial.

TURBO PUNS!

Silver
Silver
4 years ago

‘@dlouwe

Thanks for that. New here. Getting the hang of things. Apologies.

Huggbees
Huggbees
4 years ago

Roosh pandering to the Donald Trump crowd? Now THAT’S funny what makes it even funnier Trump fans will reject him because he has a foreign sounding name.

RosaDeLava
RosaDeLava
4 years ago

The rate at which you can load your bag with stolen goods is directly proportional to your potential criminal energy.

WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot
WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot
4 years ago

So, wait, if it’s “self-defense” wouldn’t that, by definition, *not* be “murder”?

Or do words just not mean things anymore and I didn’t get the memo?

Aris Boch
Aris Boch
4 years ago

Trump doesn’t need no Valizadeh to know how to run a campaign and I don’t think, that this boastful shit of The Donald gonna deter any Republican ratfucking attempts, the establishment does hate him too much for that (and they’re right, but not for the reasons they think). I very much hope for civilized, non-violent elections.