Trump Supporters Tried To Arrest London's Mayor. People Laughed At Them



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14 Jan 2018 19:29 - +14639
>Khan took the microphone and managed to say, "Thank you," before a man in a trench coat approached the table and interrupted his speech. >"Ladies and gentlemen, we are here today to make a peaceful, nonviolent citizen's arrest of those named," the man said. He named Khan and Parliament member Kate Green, who was chairing the event, and two other speakers. >Khan took a drink of water, sat down and looked at the men. He said nothing. >"Could I ask security to lead the gentlemen out, please?" said Green. >A guard walked over to Russell, who seemed to have been expecting a challenge. >"We are under common law jurisdiction!" Russell cried. "If you touch us, you will be done for common assault. We're not leaving." >But the guard persisted, and soon Russell was arguing: "I paid for a ticket! Do not touch me," he said. "We have paid for a ticket. . . . OK, so we want the money back for the ticket then. Absolutely pathetic.
14 Jan 2018 17:42 - +9277
>"It's a pleasure to be here," he said, "even though we were distracted by the actions of what some would call very stable geniuses." Hah.
14 Jan 2018 19:09 - +5580
Trump supporters: "Trump won, get over it, why do you hate democracy? I don't care if he lost the popular vote, those are the rules." Also Trump supporters: "The Mayor of London, who was elected into office with more votes than any other politician in British history should be removed from power."
14 Jan 2018 19:16 - +5544
Man, the whole affair sounds straight up out of a sitcom.
14 Jan 2018 20:37 - +3513
>Russell handed the officer a sheet of paper outlining his complaints. One of them cited the Coronation Oath Act of 1688. The officer looked at it. "We are going to investigate," he promised, not entirely convincingly. That act sets the oath a monarch takes at their coronation, by what sort of logic do they connect that with the London Mayor?
14 Jan 2018 18:01 - +3104
'Nobody will laugh at us when im in charge' - trump
14 Jan 2018 20:08 - +1799
That shot of him flicking through the paper is just glorious. Stylish bastard
14 Jan 2018 18:34 - +1256
video footage https://youtu.be/dYaclR2vdRs
14 Jan 2018 21:04 - +1203
*Ladies and gentlemen, we are here today to make a peaceful, nonviolent citizen's arrest of those named* Yeah just ignore the gallows we brought.
14 Jan 2018 21:04 - +1096
> ... as they accused Khan of treachery, tyranny and **disrespecting President Donald Trump**. What? Seriously??? HAhahaahahahahhahahahhahahahahaaahhhaha...
14 Jan 2018 19:25 - +1013
That protester either had reading difficulties or he was too nervous. He should have practiced that speech a lot more or maybe put some of the salient points in at the start.
14 Jan 2018 19:33 - +886
Imagine if you would try to arrest trump just before he is giving a speech. You would just get shot.
14 Jan 2018 21:12 - +884
So they're attempting to arrest the mayor of London for treason....... While openly campaigning for another sovereign nation in their home country... 🤔🤔🤔
14 Jan 2018 17:34 - +632
Well that’s about the reaction you would expect. Seriously, what did they think was gonna happen?
14 Jan 2018 21:06 - +574
the comedic timing on this article is amazing tbh >"Russell pointed his cellphone at his own face and happily announced to his Facebook viewers: "There's an inspector outside we have to speak to now over these charges against Sadiq Khan." >But when the constable walked into the room, he simply told Russell: "You'll have to leave now." can't make this shit up
14 Jan 2018 19:46 - +433
"–]jamegumbsowingkit [score hidden] 16 minutes ago White British people are a minority in their capital city - Fact." If true, why is this an issue? Are they human? if so, then who the hell cares? Its a damn city for one thing, a hub for all cultures, as cities have always been. - fact. Jesus I'm so tired of this boring stuff, we should be working together to better ourselves, not segregate. We should aim for a world where anyone can live without fear of starvation, to chose our own destiny, to have basic needs met unconditionally. You can always find someone below you in some manner, to shit on, while someone above you laughs and shits on you all the same.
14 Jan 2018 20:22 - +380
The best part was when I read they'd bought a ticket, and they were all wanting to have their tickets reimbursed.
14 Jan 2018 20:23 - +311
When stable geniuses leave the house.
14 Jan 2018 19:37 - +221
As they should have laughed. Seriously, who the fuck do these bozos think they are?
14 Jan 2018 20:56 - +205
>Khan stood up and resumed his speech. "It's a pleasure to be here," he said, "even though we were distracted by the actions of what some would call very stable geniuses." Rekt
14 Jan 2018 19:04 - +151
What a bunch of whack-jobs, I guess it's true then that no matter where you go you can run into an idiot.
14 Jan 2018 20:40 - +139
I've read they built a gallows. So are they being tried for conspiracy to commit murder, or just disturbing the peace?
14 Jan 2018 20:55 - +138
Peaceful, nonviolent arrest Shows up with an execution device.
14 Jan 2018 19:45 - +99
ROFL!! Khan paging though a newspaper til things get back to normal! I mean, I guess what else you gonna do? edit: This whole scene needs to be re-enacted starring Mr. Bean.
14 Jan 2018 21:07 - +60
>When a reporter asked under what authority they planned to arrest the mayor, one of the Pendragons cited the Magna Carta. Hahaha, this can’t be true. Stable geniuses, stable geniuses everywhere!
14 Jan 2018 21:00 - +54
For what crime? > the Coronation Oath Act of 1688 ........... .... Sorry need a few more. ... Are they insane? First of all that's not exactly the kind of law you can break, it just says "this is the oath that the monarch swears during their coronation". Secondly Sadiq Khan isn't king...
14 Jan 2018 20:58 - +53
> When a reporter asked under what authority they planned to arrest the mayor, one of the Pendragons cited the Magna Carta. Yep, that's a document from 1215 for you.
14 Jan 2018 21:14 - +43
>"I paid for a ticket! Do not touch me," he said. "We have paid for a ticket. . . . OK, so we want the money back for the ticket then.' Script by Chris Morris.
14 Jan 2018 20:29 - +39
God, I wish it was such a laughing matter in this country (USA). Never in my 45 years of life has one year of political news seemed so interminable.
14 Jan 2018 21:17 - +26
"This a non-violent arrest. So non-violent that we brought these gallows!"
14 Jan 2018 21:27 - +18
I was watching a live stream of a Fabian event with Gordon Brown a few months ago. The comment section was absolutely flooded with these guys, all with the white wyvern flag, spouting conspiracy nonsense about the Fabians being a communist group set on a eugenics programme to eliminate white working class people, or something. (the Fabians are probably little known outside of Labour Party membership, they're pretty centrist social democrats basically). I've seen the white wyvern flag (the flag of anglo-saxon wessex, think Alfred the Great) used before, when I was looking up learning old English. There was a website advocating 'true anglo-saxons' to fly the flag to identify themselves to other 'anglo-saxons' to make them know there was safe refuge (from mongrel English celts, normans, and other ethnicities presumably). I assume it's the same group I saw about 10 years ago, they had websites, online shops and YouTube channels. If they're calling themselves the Pendragons now that adds to another level of idiocy, as the legend of King Arthur Pendragon is about the Britons fighting the saxon hoard they claim a pure blood line from.

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