theodore M I R A L D I.
These protests are not about real issues like the Civil Rights Movement, it's pure subversion of an individuals right to Free Speech and Assembly. Outside of the fancy named groups supported by organizations such as, MoveOn. Org. there is little to no support within the majority of Americans. Let's pray that those who have truly been maligned by the hypocrisies of the left can keep cooler heads. If not, the cleansing that these groups seem to support may very well backfire onto themselves. Beware of awaking the silent majority! *** While it’s no doubt the most striking example, the Civil War was not the only time the United States experienced a violent internal revolt. In its short history, the nation has played host to electoral disputes to tax complaints and wartime hardships. Most of these several popular uprisings fueled by everything from racial tensions and small-scale skirmishes ended with only a brief flash of bloodshed, but they even federal laws. Get the facts on six of the most famous domestic disputes in often had far-reaching consequences for local governments, civil rights and American history.
Here are a few examples: Source>http://www.history.com/news/history-lists/6-violent-uprisings-in-the-united-states