During Barack Obama’s presidency, liberals took to blocking traffic on major roadways to force people to listen to their ridiculous protests. They did this because with Obama in office, they knew that there would be no consequences for their actions. Now that Donald Trump is in office, however, liberals are learning the hard way that blocking traffic on highways may not be such a good idea.
In the video below, you’ll see liberal protesters blocking traffic to force their agendas down the throats of drivers who are simply trying to go about their days. The drivers aren’t having any of it, however, and instead of slowing down, they decide to plow through the protesters until they are forced to move out of the way!
While we certainly don’t advocate violence in any way, we think it’s time that liberals learn that they need to stop blocking traffic on highways to protest. There are other ways to protest that are not nearly as dangerous and stupid!
This comes after the College Fix reported that Mariana Flores, a sophomore at UCSD, was protesting against President Trump’s victory in November of 2016 on a busy freeway in San Diego when she was immediately hit by a vehicle. She ended up leaving the protest with a crushed pelvis, fractured leg, and other serious injuries.
Though she clearly brought this upon herself by setting foot on a HIGHWAY, Flores is showing what an entitled millennial she is now by filing a personal injury lawsuit against UCSD blaming them for her injuries. She partly blames campus officials for the injuries, arguing they should have stopped the protest before it got dangerous, according to news reports.
The protest in question began at “Library Walk” and journeyed through campus, with the protesters eventually ending up on the I-5, a very large and busy eight-laned freeway that cuts through San Diego. The car that hit Flores had gotten around an emergency vehicle that was trying to block traffic so police could shut down the entire freeway for these snowflakes.
Gene Sullivan, Flores’s lawyer, claims that the university planned, organized and knew the protest was happening for hours and did nothing to stop it.
“According to Sullivan, not doing anything and failing to act is legally the same thing as supporting the protest,” The Guardian reported. “Sullivan further alleged that the protest was encouraged by people in positions of authority at the university, and that ‘if anyone that is in authority with the university – a [Residential Advisor] – says ‘let’s go,’ the university would be responsible.’”
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