Shortly after beginning his speech at a rally in Dayton, Ohio, Donald Trump was rapidly surrounded by Secret Service agents after an audience member grew increasingly raucous to the point of Trump appearing to duck at hearing a noise. Trump did not leave the stage and carried on with his speech, adding "I was ready for him, but it's much easier if the cops do it, don’t we agree?" This comes after last night's violent protests (which Soros-funded MoveOn.org have taken credit for) and this morning's misinformation about the cancellation of the Ohio rally.
Trump's anxiety is understandable after last night's violence, and expectations of further protests to come, as Infowars reports, Ilya Sheyman, a failed Illinois contender for Congress and the executive director of MoveOn.org Political Action, has taken credit for the violence at a cancelled Trump event last night in Chicago.
He promised similar violence and disruption will occur at future Trump political events leading up to the election.
“Mr. Trump and the Republican leaders who support him and his hate-filled rhetoric should be on notice after tonight’s events,” on the George Soros funded MoveOn web page. “To all of those who took to the streets of Chicago, we say thank you for standing up and saying enough is enough. To Donald Trump, and the GOP, we say, welcome to the general election.”
The violent demonstration in Chicago on Friday may represent a precursor to the sort of activity the organization will engage in as it tries to “shut down” its political enemies and elect either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
On Friday night many of the protesters shouted “Bernie!” and held placards announcing their support for the socialist Democrat.
The group acts as a front for wealthy Democrats. It was founded with the help of the financier George Soros who donated $1.46 million to get the organization rolling. Linda Pritzker of the Hyatt hotel family gave the group a $4 million donation.
The "promise" of violence? Sounds like domestic terrorism? Or is that only when "the other" side do it?
Of course, the media is implicitly opining that this is all his own doing, which made us consider the alternative - Imagine if someone attacked President Obama and the media proclaimed it was Obama's own fault?
So far it seems 45,000 people in Dayton and Cleveland were ready to peacefully listen to what Trump had to say...
Just finished my second speech. 20K in Dayton & 25K in Cleveland- perfectly behaved crowd. Thanks- I love you, Ohio! pic.twitter.com/IDmwG5FQsw— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 12, 2016