“…Come tell the parasitic treasonous moron and his addled fans that they ain’t welcome in our city,” one protest description states.
Source: Hannah Nightingale
Ahead of former President Donald Trump’s appearance at the American Freedom Tour’s Austin stop, numerous far-left groups are planning protests that will march to the convention center where the event is taking place.
On May 14, Trump as well as a number of other conservative guest speakers will be making a stop on the American Freedom Tour at the Austin Convention Center.
One of these protests, called “Trump Ain’t Welcome in Austin,” tells protestors to show up to the convention center to tell Trump and event attendees that they, as the name suggests, “ain’t welcome in our city.”
“Two years after his failed coup attempt, Trump remains a free man, touring the country to drum up support for hatred, brutality, and his pathetic political career. The ‘American Freedom Tour’ is coming to the Austin Convention Center, May 14, 8:30AM-5PM. As it’s ending, come tell the parasitic treasonous moron and his addled fans that they ain’t welcome in our city,” the protests description states.
“Bring anti-Trump, anti-racist, anti-fascist, patriotic, pro-gay, pro-trans, pro-immigrant, and pro-choice banners and signs! Bring your friends! BYOG,” it adds, describing that the acronym means “bring your own guillotine.”
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The protest’s Facebook page also features photo with the phrase “Nolite te bastardes carborundorum,” which comes from the Margaret Atwood novel “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
As Vanity Fair describes, “It’s a made-up phrase in mock Latin—a schoolboy’s joke, as it’s explained in both the novel and the series. If it were a real phrase, it would roughly translate to ‘don’t let the bastards grind you down.'”
Another protestor wrote on Twitter that while making signs for a “Bans Off Our Bodies” protest, she discovered that Trump would be in town the same day.
“Gotta double up on the protest signs,” she wrote.