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Violence Erupts at Scene of Chicago Rally March 13, 2016

Posted by usdiaspora in Uncategorized.

Illegal ProtestChicago Democrats/Socialists banded together on March 11th in an illegal protest – a violent thug-assault resulting in the death of Black Republican Robert King Bullock, aged 37.  He was shot two times, in the abdomen and left shoulder, by anti-Trump “protesters” after leaving the scene of the violence that erupted Friday night at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Pavillion. His assailants left two protest signs on his corpse, one reading “Stop Racist Trump!” and the other bearing the accusation, “Donald Trump = KKK.”

Bullock was a chef from Evanston, a suburb of Chicago, who had recently earned an MBA degree and had dreamed of opening a restaurant. A friend of Bullock told the press, “Rob was a black man, but he supported Trump because he got tired of Democrats saying his race was the thing holding him back.”

Additionally, protesters illegally blockaded the Eisenhower Expressway and had to be cleared out by police. At least one protester shot at a vehicle, and another passing car had a brick heaved into its windshield.

Bernie victimOne Bernie supporter at the event assaulted a peace officer with a brick during the violent “protest.” Several assailants were arrested for inciting violence by both city and UIC police forces. Chicago NBC News 5 anchor Katie Kim  reported on-air Saturday that a second police officer was also injured by the protesters at the event, as well as five other citizens who were attempting to flee the violent scene.

Also victimized at this event were numerous women who were groped by Bernie and Clinton anti-ralliers who justified their actions by victim-blaming, telling the media that the women they assaulted “are racist white b-tches.” Hillary attempted to distance herself from the assailants, issuing the statement:“Violence has no place in our politics. We should use our words and deeds to bring Americans together.”

Reporter Megyn Kelly asserted regarding the event,“… his First Amendment free speech rights have been shut down.” John McCormack of the Weekly Standard echoes this, writing, “… it’s a total disgrace to the principles of the First Amendment to try and shut down somebody else’s free speech, which some of these protesters have been celebrating.”

It seems a bit ironic that those who seek to deny a presidential candidate his First Amendment rights through such violent means accuse the same candidate of Fascism. Who are the real Fascists here? Anyone who celebrates this deadly thuggery has serious problems.




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