90 Miles From Tyranny : Pitchfork Wielding Protesters Infiltrate Celebrity Laden Hamptons Demanding ‘Tax the Rich, Not the Poor!’

Friday, July 3, 2020

Pitchfork Wielding Protesters Infiltrate Celebrity Laden Hamptons Demanding ‘Tax the Rich, Not the Poor!’

Bad news for wealthy New York elites looking to avoid protestors by fleeing to The Hamptons. The pitchfork-wielding mob has found you, and they’re not backing down.

A group of more than 200 protestors on foot and in cars reportedly invaded The Hamptons on Wednesday, singling out the homes of billionaire and failed presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, Blackstone CEO Steven Schwarzman, and real estate developer Stephen Ross, according to reports from the New York Post and Newsday.

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The so-called Hamptons Billionaires Car Caravan Protest said in a Facebook post that they are demonstrating against inequality.

“They take our land to build golf courses, profit from the ravages of COVID-19, buy politicians, exploit our labor and give money to the cops that continue to brutalize us,” the Facebook post said. “Rather than raise taxes on the rich who can afford it, Governor Andrew Cuomo makes schools, hospitals and those who need housing, pay — then keeps the budget for the police state intact.”

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  1. Oh, great, now all the .001%'ers are going to want polite negroes causing a scene near their homes! Unless buildings burn and heads roll, this is just an alibi for the ultra rich by the tame n*@@ers. What a laughable gas. I wonder how much they put in the deepstate pot to have professional rabble go past their homes... watching on security cameras... in the Bahamas, just in case. Not even a single molotov cocktail or discharge of firearm? Really tame, for wild rabble.

  2. These people think they are living in the 12 century Europe? Communists really need to update their playbook.


  3. Moe-rons.

    I saw one of those man on the street interviews where people were asked what they thought would be fair tax burden for the top 1%. The people were saying like 20% of all taxes paid, which is like half of what they actually pay.

  4. Yeah. Go tax the rich. Then go find some poor person to hire you.


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