No, really, media, you have to start asking questions about the atmosphere of violence and fascism that is cultivated by . . . anti-Trump protesters........ Here’s a photo of a protester with a hand-drawn “F*** Trump, Free El Chapo” sign. He’s wearing a “Straight Outta Sinaloa” t-shirt; Sinaloa is one of Mexico’s states on the West Coast. This is about as good an image as the Trump campaign could possibly hope for; I suspect we’ll see the image in future Trump ads. Well done, son of Sinaloa. You’ve completely confirmed Trump fans’ worst suspicions and undermined all of his critics. We saw this at Occupy Wall Street; we saw this in Black Lives Matter.
Heck, you can go back to the anti-war protests and the WTO protests in Seattle. There seems to be this sense in some newsrooms that left-wing protests are somehow inherently less violent, and if there is violence, it’s somehow justified or understandable as a reaction to provocation from the Right.
Anti-Trump rally turns into riot in Albuquerque
In one of the presidential campaign year’s more grisly spectacles, protesters in New Mexico opposing Donald Trump’s candidacy threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, injuring several, and toppled trash cans and barricades.
Police responded by firing pepper spray and smoke grenades into the crowd outside the Albuquerque Convention Center........
My Take - When these lunatics rampage, run wild and riot against the right - or even Trump - or at a Republican forum - it's the fault of the right or the Republicans. If they riot at a leftist rally, or a Democratic rally, they're expressing their Constitutional rights - and if they turn violent - it's the fault of the Republicans, conservatives, Christians, Jews, white people and people who just go to work everyday and pay all the taxes.
The media is infested with leftists - and this goes back to the Roosevelt administration - and are as insane as the rest of the left. We need to stop pussyfooting around and call them out for their insanity, corruption, and lies of commission and lies of omission. Is it any wonder so many in the Congress - both sides of the aisle - want to turn control of the internet over to the United Nations.
We've lost our minds!