Blocking of roads by protestors

If I were betting, I’d think we will see the same happening on election day this year. While it would inconvenience all sides, we already know that logic isn’t part of the game.

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7 Responses to Blocking of roads by protestors

  1. john says:

    Good advice. I hadent thought that far ahead, but it is good to consider.

  2. Jay says:

    Honk your horn three times and floor it. They’ll move, one way or the other…

  3. Zhytamyr says:

    I remember Reginald Denny, I’m not stopping.

  4. Paos says:

    The anti-Trump people will block voting areas, letting only Clinton voters in. This will be
    the most fraudulent election in our history. It also would not surprise me for the socialist
    “supreme court” to rule everything legal. When the Attorney General states it is not a crime to lie under oath, then we have become a land mass filled with people of different religion, culture background, philosophy , and speaking different languages. No longer a nation, just different groups thrown together.

  5. LarryArnold says:

    1. Don’t v*te, problem solved.
    2. V*te early, problem solved.
    3. Live in a small town where such shenanigans are unlikely, problem solved.

    V*ting day; popcorn and TV time.

  6. PawPaw says:

    In some states, it’s against the law, as here in Louisiana. The specific statute is blocking a highway of commerce, a misdemeanor, but not a ticket-able offense. You gotta go to jail and post bond, which is why the protesters in Baton Rouge last week didn’t try to block roads. Oh, they raised holy hell, but they did’t get in the road. Everyone who did got a ride to the hoosegow.

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