Our friends over at Second City Cop are reporting cancellation of time off for the period 24 hours before and after Election Day 2012 and speculation is that it’s early preparation for potential unrest should President Obama be defeated in his re-election campaign.

SCC also makes the note that only one side is talking riots should they lose.  Frankly, we don’t believe there will be organized disturbances as frankly, these deepest into the urban dependency culture have realized long ago that aside from an Obamaphone, Obama isn’t delivering them new kitchens, homes, cars, tanks of gas or the world on a platter as some thought was going to happen after the 2008 election.

Riot Preparations?

All we’ve seen so far is the cancellation of elective time from 05 November to 07 November.  No word on increased street presence, maybe some refresher training, changes in start times or 12-hour shifts.

Paul Joseph Watson
October 15, 2012

Despite the issue receiving national media attention, Obama supporters continue to threaten to riot if Mitt Romney wins the presidential election, raising the prospect of civil unrest if Obama fails to secure a second term.

The new threats continue to dominate Twitter and the vast majority make no reference to press coverage of the issue over the last week, illustrating the fact that they are a legitimate expression of how many Obama voters plan to respond if Romney comes out on top, and not merely a reaction to media hype.

Upper photo:  American Thinker.

Lower photo: Inforwars.com