Trump and his infamous rallies, man. What can I say? I mean, who didn’t see this coming, and quite honestly, if we know what’s good for us, they need to stop before something serious happens. This isn’t democracy, this is violence. This is WWE, but it’s not fake.
It turns out Trump is feeling the effects of the Chicago rally that was shut down yesterday on March 11, 2016. At the Dayton Rally today a protester tried climbing on stage. Trump looked back and freaked out. It took about 10 seconds – or what felt like a really long time – for his secret service agents to run on stage and protect him.
The Chicago rally was the first rally during the presidential bid that turned out an equal amount of supporters and protesters. The Chicago rally was held at the University of Illinois, which is a hub for civil rights and features a large immigrant population. Teachers before the protest petitioned to prevent Trump from coming because it could create a “hostile” environment.
And those teachers were right.
Even before the rally began groups of protesters and supporters were separated by a large amount of law enforcement and barricades. As time progressed, some of the protesters turned violent. But in their defence, it’s Trump who create that culture.
Trump creates a culture of violence that trickles down to his supporters. Take for example the man who physically assaulted a protester at the rally. He later says that he might have to kill him, “Yes he deserved it, the next time we see him, we might have to kill him.”
Many of the protesters were screaming “Racist” back to the supporters who were yelling “Illegal is illegal. Even John Legend joined in on the name calling. Donald Trump Jr., 38, writes, “Ha 5 students when asked why they were protesting couldn’t even answer. The participation medal/micro aggression generation is pretty sad!” Although I’m really unsure how shutting down your racist’s dads rally is somehow more than just participating, but OK. Regardless, Legend fired back: “I think they were protesting your racist father. This isn’t complicated.”
Some Trump Troll by the name of RedKneckHillBilly (I mean you can’t write this stuff) wrote in terrible grammar, “is John Legend that disgraceful? No education.
Legend fired back, “The Donalds and I graduated from the same University, funny enough.”
Legend later tweeted, “Yes, Trump trolls. I’m the real racist.” And linked to this article that alleges Donald Trump had a hiring policy against blacks.
Donald Trump‘s son wrote (does he even have a name?), “Here we go again. That can’t be the answer for everything you don’t like. That’s why the country is so divided now!”
Do you think Donald Trump is creating a culture of violence? Did he deserve his freak out at the Dayton Rally? Let me know in the comments below and don’t forget to subscribe!