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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Anarchist in Burlingame put Trump supporter in near stranglehold to prevent him from attending Trump speech-AP, KGO


Above, 4/29/16, Image caption: "Protesters hold back a Republican supporter from getting in the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame, Calif., where Trump is set to speak on Friday, April 29, 2016 (KGO-TV)."

Physical violence including near stranglehold of a peaceful citizen by by an individual who appears to be a wrestling champ and who is backed by menacing mobs is anarchy, not protest. It's a complete collapse of government. The government's first duty is to protect its citizens. It doesn't even try.  

Our pals at ANSWER are back, noted on the above "Fight white supremacy" sign within the image, "". Thanks to ANSWER, this sign might be found at any public event anywhere in the world. Meaning it didn't just "erupt" for an "anti-Trump" protest.

Added, the Costa Mesa riots a day ago were organized by the Democrat Party: "The protest was organized by the Democratic Party of Orange County and Orange County Young Democrats."  

Re: Burlingame:

4/29/16, Anti-Donald Trump protests erupt near Republican convention in Burlingame," AP and KGO TV, Burlingame, Calif.

"Hundreds of anti-Donald Trump protesters crowded the streets near the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame as the presidential candidate arrived for the Republican convention.

A man wearing a Trump campaign "Make America Great Again" red hat was struck while being jostled by a group of shouting protesters.

"It went gangbusters. They attacked me," said Chris Conway, who identified himself as mortgage broker from San Mateo.

After Trump took the podium, he described having to take a complicated detour to get into the venue due to the rowdy protesters outside."...

[Ed. note: It wasn't a "complicated detour," there was no "detour." Trump was entirely prevented from proceeding by car. He got out of his car and walked to the venue.

Above, 4/28/16, Trump on foot as he crosses ditch to reach GOP event in Burlingame, Calif. after anarchists blocked his travel there by car. The so-called "rowdy protesters" were anarchists.]

(continuing): ""That was not the easiest entrance I've ever felt like I was crossing the border actually," he said.

Barricades were set up Thursday night around the Hyatt Regency, where organizers were excited that Trump was kicking off the convention. But if it's anything like Southern California's events, it could be a wild weekend."...

[Ed. note: A "wild weekend?" A "wild weekend" is a beach party, not the violent collapse of government.]

(continuing): "About 20 people were arrested by Costa Mesa police Thursday night as Trump protesters and supporters took to the streets outside Orange County Fairgrounds, where the Republican presidential candidate was speaking."...

[Ed. note: Again, not correct. Riots didn't happen "as" protesters and supporters "took to the streets." NBC/AP sold the same thing: "Raucous protesters and supporters of Donald Trump took to the streets." Only one "side" "took to the streets." If supporters were on the "street" at all, they were trying to get to their car, or were sitting in their car, with anarchists surrounding them, pounding on their car, preventing it from moving: 

"Protesters surround a car at the corner of Fairview Road and Fair Drive on Thursday following a Donald Trump rally at the Orange County fairgrounds. (Scott Smeltzer / Daily Pilot)," LA Times

"Dozens of cars-including those of Trump supporters trying to leave--were stuck in the street as several hundred demonstrators blocked the road, waved Mexican flags and posed for selfies....One Trump supporter had his face bloodied in a scuffle as he tried to drive out of the arena."]

(continuing): "In Burlingame, police have spent a month planning and asked for help from every agency in the county and also state and federal officials."...

[Ed. note: The month of "planning" was obviously a waste of taxpayer money.] 

(continuing): "Donald Trump was set to speak around 12:45 p.m....People are coming from all across the state to be at the convention.

"A lot of times in the past the nominees had already been decided by the time we got here so this is a great opportunity to really engage. We've got three candidates to choose from....Our Republicans in the state are excited to make that decision in June," said Kaitlyn MacGregor, Communications Director California GOP."...


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