"Protestors" are apparently making their way to Washington, D.C. for Donald Trump's inauguration this Friday, but these little snowflakes aren't going there just to voice their displeasure at the prospect of a nation led by the successful businessman and reality star.
No, they're on their way to disrupt the ceremonies. In fact, some of these little snowflakes think it is not only their right to disrupt the inauguration, but their duty to do so as well.
The problem is that they're misguided on two different fronts: First off, "protesting" does not equal "disruption". One is protected free speech, while the other is against the law if taken to the extremes these losers are suggesting they're going to go. The second is that civil disobedience is almost always done as a result of some wrong being perpetrated on another by government.
The only harm that has occurred thus far is that the snowflake's chosen candidates lost an election. In short, these pampered princes and princesses didn't get their way. Worse yet, they didn't even get their usual "Participation Trophy" they've been brainwashed to expect every time they do something. After a lifetime of being told that there are no such things as winners and losers, reality has set in.
They are, in fact, losers.
So now that these little snowflakes didn't get their expected cookie, they've apparently made it their goal in life to piss in everyone's bowl of Cheerios. What's next? Tossing cow patties at some bride because your best friend was dumped by the groom 2 years earlier and married someone else? Keying the car your Daddy bought for you because it was the wrong color or model?
Of course, this could all be a very calculated scheme on the part of some snowflakes. After all, their college days are rapidly coming to a close, and at some point they're looking at having to go out and get actual jobs. Faced with this dire consequence, some of these layabouts are probably thinking that if they can get themselves arrested, their record won't allow them to get a job, whereby they can then justify getting onto public assistance for the rest of their lives.
I mean, what's a couple of days of "three hots and a cot" compared to living on the dole for a lifetime?
Maybe there's a Trump plan to deport whiny snowflakes.
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