Mob Heckles Trump In NYC: “Lock Him Up!” [VIDEO]

More of this please:

President Trump’s motorcade was greeted in New York City on Saturday by a large group of protestors chanting “lock him up” and “traitor.” Video posted to Twitter shows the crowd of protestors as Trump’s motorcade passes by in Manhattan.

The protestors also chanted “hey hey, ho ho, Donald Trump has got to go” and booed Trump’s motorcade as it drove past. Trump is in New York City for a series of fundraising events. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway are also with Trump, according to pool reports.

  • Lazycrockett

    Did it tweet this morning?

  • mickey

    Awesome. Hope that he gets the same treatment everywhere!

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      I think most major cities in blue states will react like this. Maybe even some major cities in red states as well once people take a gander at the tax plan the GOP cooked up.

  • Skeptical_Inquirer

    OT: I believe this is the inspiration behind Melania’s decoration of the White House.

    https://youtu.be/IrdYueB9pY4?t=1m40s

    • Acronym Jim
    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      is this how trumps hair was created?

      • Acronym Jim

        Add a little sulfur and I think you’ve hit on something there.

    • ECarpenter

      Thanks! Great channel.

    • thatotherjean

      That is bizarre beyond words. How come nobody in HS chem class ever showed us that? I doubt that teachers would let students handle mercury any more, but I was in high school back in the dark ages, when we used to roll the stuff around on our desks, and pass it from hand to hand.

      However, I think Melania’s decorating efforts were inspired by Cousin It.

      • Skeptical_Inquirer

        I do feel sad chem class isn’t more fun. It’s usually more along the lines of Ph strips and color changes. This is another fun lecture on a reaction called the Barking Dog for the sound it creates. If more experiments were like this, I think more students would stick to STEM. That and maybe the occasionally fiery explosion done on purpose and safely.

        https://youtu.be/c3fJRRCAIdk

  • Mark Née Fuzz

    I’m beyond lock him up. I’m more into string him up these days.

    • Leo Tallant

      If I may go off-topic and be completely shallow for just a moment may I say that I just LOVE your new profile picture……WOOF!

    • bkmn

      Public humiliation galore

      https://youtu.be/8K5aBJusbfs

    • disqus_D9pH1OIG67

      Treat him to a “Mussolini. “

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    • Daveed_WOW
  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    As it stands NYC residents will no longer be able to write off their higher state taxes on their federal.
    AND the mortgage interest on those pricey apartments will no longer be deductible either.
    Not to mention a spike in their health insurance premiums.
    No wonder theres anger

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      What surprises me is that the real estate industries and construction industries haven’t gone completely nuclear on the GOP regarding this. I know they hate it but you’d think they’d REALLY burn the GOP for this.

      • Stephen Elliot Phillips

        mnuchkin munchkin whatever the fuck his name is will just buy up foreclosed properties for hedge funds and rent them to the peasants.

        • Kissmagrits

          And the slum landlord Kushners will smile all the way
          to their off-shore banks.

    • Boreal

      NYS residents.

      • Mike C

        That’s right. And upstate is as red as it gets. Until those tax bills start rolling in.

        • Boreal

          I know. I live upstate.

        • Dk

          except for Buffalo, where I’m originally from. Rochester too I think. It’s the rural areas which suck

    • j.martindale

      It isn’t over yet. The bill has to go through the House and senate again.

      • Chucktech

        I’m betting the House will just roll over, legs in the air, wad up their version and put it in the trash to pass the Senate version. They need a win, you see…

        • Nowhereman

          Their idea of winning is pretty damn weird.

  • Treant

    Too bad he’s delusional and thought they wanted to “LIFT HIM UP!”

  • MBear

    That’s beautiful. Brings a tear to my eye

  • another_steve

    The elephant in the room, of course, is the possibility that Trump gets to replace Justice Kennedy or one of the progressive judges on the Supreme Court.

    Unlike Russiagate – which is terrible but which five years or so from today will be ancient history – Trump, by getting a fifth theofascist seated on the court, could bring very long-lasting chaos and discord to American democracy and social equality.

    Be afraid.

    Be very afraid.

    • Halou

      He’s going to appoint another fresh-out-of-Uni 20-something extremist with no legal case experience whatsoever. Someone who will be on the bench for well over 40 years handing down far-right decisions on any and every issue that comes up.

      • another_steve

        Exactly.

        Vacancies on the Supreme Court and the lower courts are imo the only reason that christofascists in this country and institutions like the Mormon Church support and put up with a thrice-married self-confessed pussy-grabber.

        Abortion rights. LGBT equality. Social justice cases. Everything else is secondary for them.

        That’s all they’re interested in – and Trump (or a President Pence) will give them the judges they want.

      • Steverino

        Likely he would love to nominate Roy Moore to fill a future vacancy on the Supreme Court, but Moore is too old for what the theofascists want in a lifetime appointment.

    • NMNative

      VOTE
      Every election. Local, state, federal, all, each and everyone, every time. Vote progressive, vote democrat, vote blue, vote against the orange machine. We would not have this menace in office if people got off their asses and voted.
      The republicans and evangelicals know how to win, they inspire their base to get out and vote, why can’t we do the same?
      Our lives, our health, the air we breath, our freedom to be who we are, as Americans and as LGBTQ folks, is at risk.
      VOTE

      • another_steve

        Well-said.

        The evangelicals play on basic human fears and insecurity – particularly the fear of death and what awaits beyond – to motivate their own. You tap into those fears and insecurities and you win.

        This is why most (not all, but most) institutional religion in the world is such a dangerous thing.

        • Christian1234567

          Many evangelicals (39%) are more likely to vote for Roy Moore after he was accused of sexual assault of a 14-year-old. That is sick. The GOP is sick, and uses religion as a tool and a weapon. They don’t actually practice what they claim to believe. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e0fc2eb63d0daac5faf0e8c5159b848d954229106d872175fd8937e5d3334a9b.jpg

          • another_steve

            Lol. Love the cartoon. 😉

            The preachers in Alabama have told their Republican flocks that Jesus forgives the repentant sinner (without, of course, accusing Moore of having sinned) and besides, better to have in the U.S. Senate a diddler of little girls than someone who will vote for abortion rights and the rights of homosexuals.

            In Alabama, among Republicans there, a winning argument.

          • Christian1234567

            That is exactly it. They don’t value women or girls, but they do value harming LGBT people. Roy Moore loves to harm women, girls, and LGBT people. He is many evangelicals’ dream come true.

          • JCF

            While I prefer the term “Christianists” to “Evangelicals” (if only for our LGBT-affirming friends in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America), the point remains: they are ANTITHETICAL to everything Jesus stood/lived/taught/and died for! *

            * The New Testament Jesus of Nazareth, as opposed to White Jebus, pictured below:

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/47fa5fa7c6404bb31bcaba66e93775a6875e48492df7b5969b8e89fce418a4c0.jpg

          • JCF

            Gotta say re the above, though: Mitch McConnell has never looked better!

      • alex

        how about, generally the Republicans actually have better policies. When all democrats want to do is have illegals and sanctuary cities they will NEVER get elected again

        • Nowhereman

          The republicans haven’t had a good policy since the 50s. When they get in power, they crash our economy and set back our civil rights 40-50 years. Then democrats get into power and fix it, all the while with republicans nipping at their heels like yapping little dogs. And you are way out of your bubble here. You’d be more comfortable over at Fox. They specialize in fake news.

          • NMNative

            Thank you nowhereman, saved me the trouble of trying to communicate with an obviously not very bright alex. I couldn’t have said it better.

          • Nowhereman

            Thank you! I get so sick of these willful idiots. We are in the majority, and yet thanks to their lying, cheating, and stealing, they are in control.

    • Marj Hulin

      I am. I really am.

  • hoover2001

    This is the kind of angry mob I can get behind.

  • Sam_Handwich

    new thread

  • Jason Saffir Zenobia

    I was saying, “Boo-urns.”

  • Mark Cross

    I wonder how much George Soros paid each of those hundreds and hundreds of protesters… /s

    • Jeffg166

      I got my check.

  • Gigi

    This makes me so freakin’ happy! I 💓 NYC!!

  • Henry Auvil

    “A series of fundraising events”? As if last night’s screwing of the American middle and working classes in favor of the 1% didn’t raise enough funds for you greedy bastards?

  • Anastasia Beaverhousen

    Damn, I am flying there right now. That will be a mess.

  • calvin

    I think most major cities in blue states will react like this. Maybe even some major cities in red states as well once people take a gander at the tax plan the GOP cooked up.

    • Reality.Bites

      We won pretty much all the cities, even in the South and Texas.

  • Pluto Animus

    I’m always embarrassed when I hear white people trying to chant. They just can’t do it right. (I’m white, too, but Jesus Fuck, I can chant competently.)

    It’s like every chant has to be really simple and slow. More than ten unique syllables overwhelms their stiff European palates.

    Some energy, people! Is a little righteous vigor to much to ask? Make your chants longer and faster. Shorten those pauses, for chrissakes. Maybe you can take some lessons from people of color.

    Personally, I like to throw in a little profanity, politeness be damned.

    Next time, try, at a nice, brisk tempo:

    “Lock him up, lock him up, lock the motherfucker up!”

    Angrily shout the whole line in less than four seconds; repeat as necessary.

    • The_Wretched

      ??

  • Bj Lincoln

    There should be more people there. We should ALL be in the streets yelling at the top of our lungs for him to go! If we don’t rise up and take back our country we WILL lose everything we are as a nation and everything we built since the beginning.
    History teaches us that every 200 years or so that governments often change to something very different. Civil war is often what brings the changes. The religious zealots, white supremacists and Nazis are on the rise thanks to the new administration who cheated it’s way in and supports making as much money for itself. The government could care less about the poor, disabled, sick or elderly so taking their money is no problem. Healthcare is a privilege of the rich so this group will die and be replaced by young health workers raised in a public that supports only rich, white and christian. The civil war will be lost by those of us who can’t fight and not enough numbers of healthy young people, many who will be shipped out to other countries to ‘fight for our rights’. Welcome to the beginning of the end of our ‘great experiment’ of democracy. We will become (becoming) the Divided States of America run by a dictator (king). We are so FUCKED if we don’t take to the streets and take back our country!

    • JWC

      The unfortunate side to this , is that even if 40% or more agreed with you. no one is willing to step forth witn an idea, motion or plan.It’s like the scene in “Blazing Saddles” a lot of “Harrumphs” back and forth but thats the extent, Who will be the modern day Joan of Arc or MLK?

      • Reality.Bites

        Seriously though, why are Republican politicians going to care about protests by people who would never, ever vote for them and whose votes they don’t even need?

        Because of our influence on their supporters? No. If we’ve learned anything over the last year, it’s that there is a hard core 35% extremist right who can’t be reached by any argument, including absolute proof.

        There were pretty massive protests against marriage in France. Made absolutely no difference.

        There were pretty massive protests against Margaret Thatcher in the UK. Made less than no difference.

        And there was a massive women’s march all over the United States just last year.

    • Daveed_WOW

      Sounds like Russia.

  • Reality.Bites

    If the UK trip ever happens (of course it won’t) and he rides in the gold carriage with the Queen (absolutely was never going to happen) I advise the crowds to shout, “Off with his head.”

  • Kevin Andrews
    • Friday’s_cat

      You lost me at Zionist, fool

      • Dreaming Vertebrate

        Yeah, … that flyer would have been right at home on BratBart.

    • Jack

      At least there are no typos.

    • Xaca

      Is your name Donald Trump, and do you approve of that message?

      And if so, why are you trolling on an LGBT-oriented website?

    • Gianni

      The Zionist thing gave you away, fool. Post it on Breitbart, they’ll suck it up like dry sponges.

    • stevenj

      History and investigative journalism tells us that most of that is true. We have created a lot of our own problems (including on going war$ and terrori$m). Eisenhower even warned Americans about the military industrial complex in his farewell address in 1960. But that Zionist line blows up in your face.

    • cleos_mom

      WTF? Considering your profile, that’s grossly out of character.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    This needs to happen everywhere Trump goes.
    No more LIES, no more collusion, no more GOP corruption!

    • Reality.Bites

      Most places he goes real people can’t get near enough to yell at him.

    • JTlovesDexter

      He will be having a (not-for-Roy-Moore) rally Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Pensacola Bay Center, 201 East Gregory St. Pensacola, FL.
      Hoping there will overwhelming crowds of the resistance there. (wish I could go!)

  • Robin Bailey
  • Steverino

    Too bad his limo in the motorcade didn’t get into a collusion…

  • Galvestonian

    Reminds me of “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens when the Marquis De St. Evremonde was coaching thru Paris …

  • anne marie in philly

    FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU!

  • MUELLER KNOWS

    Hey hey ho ho Donny Bonespurs has got to go!

  • Mike

    More of this would indeed be useful. This is no ordinary “democratic process” any longer. The US Government is unfit to rule and possibly the only path left is for people to take to the streets.

  • There were more people protesting him than came for the xmas tree lighting ceremony.

    • JCF

      Ya got that right!

  • Rocco

    Thanks for those videos! After watching the demented Lou Dobbs, I needed those.

  • Cody in CT

    Has ths degree of animus ever been shown to a US president?

    • Mike

      Lincoln was shot, but it’s hard to imagine someone being more despised, as a person and as a president, than the vile nazi pig we’re stuck with.

    • RoFaWh

      Has a US president ever before deserved such animus?

    • stevenj

      I was at several anti Nixon/Reagan/Rockefeller protests in SF in the early 70’s. They were full scale riots. One was in the Financial Dist around noontime – the streets were filled with cops, demonstrators and workers from office buildings. Another was in front of the St Francis Hotel on Union Sq. Garbage can fires, club swinging cops, many arrests at both.

    • Daveed_WOW

      Oh hell yes! I attended and anti-Reagan rally during a fundraiser. This was the peak of the AIDS crisis and tensions were high. And Nixon was before my time but things got pretty serious during Vietnam.

  • The_Wretched

    Why is the Treasury Secretary following the President around?

    • Shadowman777

      For some “trickle down” goodness? In case his beloved leader breaks wind? Because you have to be close to the body part if you are a soul-less @$$ kisser?

  • He neither saw nor heard the protestors. If he does see a clip, without the sound, of course, he will be told, and then he will say they were his fans there to support him..

    • Xaca

      Not correct. I spoke with someone who saw him at the fundraiser who said he was ranting about the crowds angrily and incoherently. The person in question is a physician who regularly deals with patients diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s. The individual said that Trump’s behavior was unmistakably similar to patients whom he treats. There are medical professionals who are privately encouraging Trump’s cabinet, his staff, and Republican Senators and Members of Congress, to have Trump evaluated medically for a potential dementia diagnosis.

      • I was speculating. I do hope you are right and that your source is credible.

      • 2guysnamedjoe

        I hope there’s more to the story, because the facts don’t quite add up.

        Did this physician make a $1,000+ contribution to attend the fundraiser? If so, then why would he turn around and tattle on the (p)resident he wants re-elected?

        I agree with the physician’s impression of dump — there’s something radically wrong with him. I hope you can flesh out this story to add more credibility to it.

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    Most in his hometown despise him, including myself. I’d love to see this jackass in an orange jumpsuit.

  • Skeptical_Inquirer

    I’m reminded of Prince Charles & Camilla having their car attacked during a riot. I think that if they keep on fucking with people’s lives by cutting benefits and stealing their money and giving it to their cronies, something like this will happen eventually.

    https://youtu.be/wNAxxBGMNHw

    Not a fan of Camilla but she looks scared shitless.

  • misterjack

    BRILLIANT! Fuck Orangeturd!

  • leastyebejudged

    Who exactly do you think is going to “lock up” any of the crooks we have in government ?

    Those fine examples of USA law enforcement standing there with their thumbs up their collective asses ?

    End the USA.

  • All good but can we please retire “Hey Hey, Ho Ho,” it’s a fucking awful chant.

  • Myles

    Let them eat cake.