Protesters forced Donald Trump to abandon his motorcade and find an unconventional route to his speaking engagement at the Hyatt in Burlingame, California yesterday.
Despite their best efforts…
… the Donald made it to the venue, and perhaps predictably seized on the opportunity to liken his journey to crossing the border.
"That was not the easiest entrance I've ever made. We went under a fence, and through a fence. Oh boy, it felt like I was crossing the border actually. I was crossing the border, but I got here."
Looks like Trump is right: if you want to really stop someone, best to just build a wall.
Jim Quinn notes that the real question – that no one in the mainstream media appears willing to ask is – How come Trump supporters never get violent at Hillary rallies? Who are the real problem in this country? The right or the left?
And then there was this summary…
Violently disrupting Republican event: just freedom of expression
Using chalk on a college campus: UNACCEPTABLE HATE
— Razor (@hale_razor) April 29, 2016
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