Last Friday, protesters tried to block the Presidential front-runner, Donald Trump, from making a speech before the Republican Party Convention in the Hyatt Regency hotel in Burlingame, California.
They chanted obscenities and threw raw eggs at police. They chanted obscenities and threw objects at Trump supporters. They called Trump a bigot and a racist. Their presence threatened the thousands of Trump supporters, simply trying to exercise their right to freedom of speech by attending the Trump rally.
Ironically there were protesters that were clearly not from America, and … who could barely speak English, crying out “This is not America.”
And, as most people, who actually watch the news and read know … many of these protesters were there simply … to earn a pay check. Most were disrespectful and clearly had no idea what or why they were protesting. One wonders how many of the protesters (and I use this term loosely) were actually illegals. What was evident is that they were acting like caged wild animals, foaming from the side of their mouths, with no respect for others … and it would seem … for themselves.
And, the fact is … with all the ranting, chanting and raving … they did not achieve their goal, quite the contrary. They may have actually helped to show Americans the bravery, the conviction, and the genuine leadership of Donald J. Trump.
Mr. Trump, along with the Trump Team, took a different route, stopped their vehicles off the side of a major highway – jumped down three feet, went through a cut opened fence, walked across a ravine, went down a service road, and walked through the doors via the back door … all while protestors chanted obscenities, stomped the American flag and acted like complete goons.
In the face of opposition, danger, and obstructions, Donald J. Trump reminded the American public what fortitude, courage and strength of character looks like.
Indeed, they huffed and they puffed, but they could not blow Donald J. Trump down.
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Debbie Barth: 5/01/2016 at 6:37 pm EDT
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