By Bob Adelmann - thenewamerican.com
Adbusters, the Canadian outfit behind the OccupyWallStreet protests nine years ago, is at it again. This time the target is the White House. And, it's all but guaranteed to reelect the president for a second term despite the intentions of the revolutionaries in the streets.
It's likely to end badly for the protesters. OccupyWallStreet began in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street financial district, on September 17, 2011 and ended when they were forced out two months later.
It's also likely to end badly for Joe Biden. How will he respond to the protest? Will he criticize it, costing him the support of the far-left radicals who have captured the Democrat Party? Will he support it, admitting that he is no "moderate" after all?
Will he reprise President Obama's support of OccupyWallStreet, when his president said "The most important thing we can do now is those of us in leadership letting people know that we understand their struggles and we are on their side"?
Will he iterate Nancy Pelosi's support of OWS: "I support the message to the establishment, whether it's Wall Street or the political establishment and the rest, that change has to happen"?
We know one thing: Trump will have a field day. He will light up his Twitter account every day, drawing attention to his opposition to the obstruction and the inevitable violence that will take place, confirming his stance to voters of his tough stand and his image as the "law and order" president.
In other words, if the WhiteHouseSiege happens, it will likely be a gift from Biden to the president, all but ensuring his reelection in November.