Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Effective Crowd Control

The folks within the Trump regime were very happy, even envious, of how neat and orderly the crowds were in Saudi Arabia.

… Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said that one reason the trip went off so well was there weren’t any protesters on hand to disrupt things.

Speaking with CNBC on Monday, Ross enthused that the president was able to conduct his business in Saudi Arabia without having to face any dissenting voices as he regularly has to face in the United States.

“There was not a single hint of a protester anywhere during the whole time we were there,” he said. “Not one guy with a bad placard.”

That’s because in Saudi Arabia protestors are executed.

One bark on “Effective Crowd Control

  1. Iran is feeling superior and snickering at the Trump “show”. While he was being treated like royalty by the House of Saud, much to his delight (note the golden chain placed around his neck as he kneels before the throne), Iranians were voting in a moderate leader who reminded us that Saudis don’t know what a ballot box is.

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