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Anti Trump Tent City Torn Down in Washington DC

The Park Service tore down the tents of anti Trump protesters who decided they didn’t need no stinkin’ permit to erect tents on federal land.  Apparently, you do.  And they would have gotten one if they applied, which they chose not to do.

The whiny little babies put out the following statement:


The Park Service put out their own statement that explains why the whiny liberals’ tents were taken down:

National Park Service Statement on Farragut Park Demonstration

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Date: September 9, 2017As some of America’s foremost civic spaces, national parks in D.C. have a long history of providing areas for people to exercise their First Amendment rights of free speech and assembly.

For several days, the National Park Service has been communicating with organizers of the March to Confront White Supremacy to explain permit requirements and available locations. For Farragut Square, as long as the number of people is 25 or fewer, the group is welcome to stay; however, a permit is required to erect a tent. The United States Park Police removed the tents on Saturday morning to bring the group into compliance.

Other groups have permits to use Farragut Square so we have offered the March to Confront White Supremacy use of nearby locations. The group submitted a permit application on Friday, September 8, and a meeting to discuss their permit application is scheduled for Monday morning.

When there is a conflict of time and location for events, precedence is established by the order in which the permit application was received, and numerous applications are already on file for events in Farragut Square this month. When a requested site is unavailable, the National Park Service works with applicants to find a suitable alternate location in order that all may exercise their guaranteed rights of free speech and assembly.

Why is it always the liberals who refuse to obey the laws of this land?  It’s just them invoking their liberal privilege.  They should all be sent to sensitivity training.

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