Tillerson Protests Break Out As Chants Of "Reject Rexx" Fill D.C.

Tyler Durden's picture

Before Rex Tillerson's Senate confirmation hearing even got started this morning, America's disaffected, Hillary-supporting snowflakes took to the streets of Washington D.C. in protest of his inevitable appointment as Secretary of State.  If only they could work so hard at finding a job it would be easy to "Make America Great Again."

Outside the hearing, these clever millennials dressed up in T-Rex outfits and shouted "Reject Rexx" at the top of their lungs.

 

Meanwhile, this lady seems to think that Rex Tillerson personally sent Hurricane Sandy to wipe out her house.

 

 

 

And, while we're not exactly sure what this guy is doing, we suspect he's upset that Rex Tillerson has more personal wealth than him.

 

And the madness continues...

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Stan522's picture

I don't remember, but were there militant conservatives attending these hearings when obama first took office....?

Ignatius's picture

They didn't need the money.

BabaLooey's picture

Where were these asshats when Canks and Ketchup, along with the many "czars" were foisted onto the public?

Fucking losers.

GGuy's picture

#ButthurtTrannyPhaggots

Never One Roach's picture

These people would normally be working if Obama had not sent all their jobs to China and Mexico.

Amaroosta's picture

I've often wondered how lucrative it would be if I quit my job and got on the Sorros payroll..

glenlloyd's picture

I know, often wondered if I could better my income as a protestor working sor Soros Inc.

I think I'm going to have to check in to this.

techpriest's picture

I wonder how much the current protesters are getting paid for this?

Jeffersonian Liberal's picture

This is the extent of their 'love.' This is the 'smooth transition' Obama and Clinton gave such magnanimous statements about.

Expect it to get only uglier and more hateful each day.

E.F. Mutton's picture

If anyone wasn't quite clear on the definition of "Beclowned", this should clear it up.

PRO.223's picture

How do these "grass roots" protesters get all these professionally printed signs... obviously just paid shills.

Never One Roach's picture

Soros owns a string of professional printing shops that cranks these out for his Marxist terrorists.

Joe Davola's picture

So, this is like anthrocon meets project runway.  (wait, guys, mrs. davola has it on when I'm passing through ... to the man cave to get more beer!).

Lost My Shorts's picture

Hey, don't apologize. Project Runway is the best ... because as you know, in fashion, one day you're in, and the next day you're out!

larz's picture

They are not even paid the libtard 15 an hour last I saw tech

poeg's picture

The hilarious part to those of us NOT Yanks is that out of 320,000,000+ humans, you get a bus or two showing up for this crap. You'd see more people jogging the parks of Moosejaw Saskatchewan at 6AM with a -40 wind advisory than show up for these things.

Dixie Rect's picture

The conservatives have jobs. These mental patients get day passes, and a check from Soros, and it's a good excuse to come inside and warm up.

larz's picture

The counter to this liberal progressive bullshit are concerned and occupied by jobs family and community so rarely is there or was there in the case of obutthole any demonstrations.  

 

Brexit and Trump's election serve as the counter to this crap I assume 

Jonas Parker's picture

These loons are being paid by Soros. Too bad that they couldn't get REAL jobs...

The Wizard's picture

What happened to all of these people who going to leave the U.S. if Trump was elected? Since most of them can only function on some sort of financial aid, there should be a movement to help them on their way.

Agent P's picture

Surely you jest.  Look at the professionally made signs, the matching silk screened t-shirts, the small army of inflatable dinosaur costumes....we are obviously witnessing a true grassroots movement here.

Bill of Rights's picture

Amazing how these people are mysteriously allowed to enter these hearings unchecked...Liberals truly do suck the big one. I say bring on the Civil war!...yesterday!

swmnguy's picture

These are public hearings.  We still maintain at least some semblance of a democracy in which the government is to be visible and accountable to The People.  We still pretend to not find people guilty of misbehavior until they have indeed misbehaved.

We all know the reality, of course.  But the appearances must be maintained.  And what's sauce for the goose indeed becomes sauce for the gander.  Many of the people who supported the "Unitary Executive" notion of the Presidency as promoted and enacted by the Bush/Cheney Administration all of a sudden lost their taste for it when Obama was inaugurated, with access to all that consolidated power and a supine or mrerely irrelevant Congress.

In short, I'd rather have protesters disrupt Congressional Hearings than allow Security to decide who is worthy of Civil Rights in the name of tidiness and order as so many seem to think they want.

insanelysane's picture

You are so wrong.  Go try to attend a "public" Congressional Hearing.  These people are on a list of invited guests of Congress person so and so.

DirtySanchez's picture

These stooges appearing at these "protests" are merely whores for the anarchist, soros.

That evil jew goes, so go the "protesters".

SoDamnMad's picture

These millenials all went to schools whose endowments were full of hundreds of thousands of shares of ExxonMobil stock that paid secure dividends quarter after quarter for decades. 

two hoots's picture

Just like Obama said, "beware of internal disruptions to our democracy"

Stan522's picture

Dem's are famous for accusing others of what they plan to, or are doing.... ALWAYS!

Idaho potato head's picture

Between the snowflakes and the neocon fktards in CONgress the US badly needs a reset pronto.

schatzi's picture

I don't care either way as to the appointment, though I inherently distrust oil CEOs, but the weak "find a job" denigration of protesters goes both ways and is fucken weak.

King Tut's picture
King Tut (not verified) Jan 11, 2017 11:17 AM

Bukkake Theater 

Cloud9.5's picture

Must be at least 30 people there.  When the protests get to the levels they were in 1968, they may then have some impact.

jtlien's picture

I'm sure they all came to the protest in electric cars powered only by sunshine.

Bryan's picture

There is now a job title called "Professional Protester".  The qualifications are:

1) Unemployed.

2) Recent college experience; dropouts preferred.

3) Severe sensitivity to many hurtful words.

4) Loud and screechy voice.

5) Ability to travel on a moment's notice.

6) Low inhibition threshold.

7) Ability to take orders without question.

 

Apply to MoveOn.org or your local leftard recruiting station at your college campii today!

 

E.F. Mutton's picture

8) Shelves full of Participation Trophies, but none for First Place

Intoxicologist's picture

Is it a Senate hearing or the studio audience of The Price is Right?

Edit: Or is it Let's Make a Deal?

bornlastnight's picture

"Tillerson Protests Break Out As Chants Of "Reject Rexx" Fill D.C."

If you're getting a lot of flak, you must be over the target.

jtlien's picture

I'm not sure they would let me into a Burger King wearing those get ups.

No dress code or sense of decorum at the US Senate?

I'v never seen anything like this in the House of Parliament....

 

Atomizer's picture

Dressed up as the new millennial Barney Cartoon character. 

Dickweed Wang's picture

Those SJW's are a bunch of complete assholes!

replaceme's picture

So they worry that SecState candidate might have taken financial matters into consideration when dealing with foreign governments, maybe to the point of making decisions that were not in the country's best interest. A private citizen, not as a government employee, especially not the Secretary of State.

My irony meter is pegged at 11 at that thought.

wisehiney's picture

If they were not so ugly they would be at home in bed being drilled baby drilled.

They are just angry that nobody wants any of their lube.

Miss Informed's picture

Probably not Pizza vendor Rex anyway. The elitist who rammed inclusion of homosexuals into the Boy Scouts.

Hongcha's picture

Wow, all six of them with their pink and yellow outfits!

Intoxicologist's picture

Problem with T-Rex is he had short little arms. Pretty hard to wipe away tears when you can't reach your face.

Miss Informed's picture

All these well-dressed rich bitches planning the future. It's obvious to see that the 1/10 of 1% will be well taken care of. One brave soul risking assault and imprisonment for the right to be heard. In case you didn't notice, it was not George Soros. If we want democracy back it's going to end up being a lot messier than this.

Vageling's picture

The right to be heard? Interesting pov. Disturbing an hearing is not covered under the right to be heard. What about my right that I don't want to listen? Does the right to be heard supersede that?

You should look into the universal rights. 

swmnguy's picture

I think it's a very bad idea to dismiss those who disagree with us and behave in ways we don't like as insincere, or cynical paid professional instigators, or stupid, or emotionally unstable.  I seem to recall a recent Presidential candidate who didn't take her opposition seriously either, using many of the same slurs, and that didn't turn out to her expectations.

HuskerGirl's picture

I agree with you, as long as they can rationally voice their disagreement.  Then you can have a dialog.

 

Have you ever tried to have a rational dialog with some of these people though?  It's not going to happen. 

williambanzai7's picture

McDonalds won't hire these people because they refuse to wash their hands after shitting. Something about black turds matter...