Leading up to the major primary elections this Tuesday, Trump is touring a number of large and diverse cities -- Fayetteville yesterday, St. Louis and Chicago today, and Cleveland tomorrow. Trump is no fool, so I'm sure he knew what was likely to happen, and that it would all but secure his victory on Tuesday, in the primary overall, and in the general in November.
While there were small conflicts in Fayetteville and St. Louis, the protesters at the Chicago rally grew so hostile and violent -- shoving, punching, mobbing, and storming the stage -- that it was canceled for the night, and the Trump crowd was dispersed along with the animals. Tonight was so different because reports say perhaps hundreds of protesters were allowed into the main arena, apart from the thousands protesting outside.
The fact that so many obvious trouble-makers were allowed into the main arena proves that the Chicago government and the Chicago PD was turning a blind eye to the potential danger beforehand. Corruption in Democrat-controlled Chicago -- I know, hard to believe.
When a major city is revealed to be in such a state of anarchy and fragility -- when the rights of free speech and free assembly of a huge crowd is canceled because of confrontational protesters and no police response -- you can guarantee that everyone who learns of the news will demand a harsh law-and-order program to contain and prevent such chaos in the future.
These dumb punks thought that they'd disrupt Trump's campaign by disrupting a rally, but they have only dug their own grave. Seeing lawlessness unfold on live TV is going to turn out even more people to vote for Trump in the primaries, and in the general election against the soft, pillow-brained Democrat. Look at the violent clashes, also in Chicago, during the 1968 Democratic Convention -- that got them eight years of Nixon, suckers.
You'd think at least someone in the media would have a clue, but they're desperately trying to spin this as the beginning of the end for the Trump movement. We can understand the moron-level protesters not being able to forecast what response their riotous stunts will provoke in the general public, but the talking heads at least have three-digit IQs. Yet they have been so insulated from real life that they think normal Americans are going to sympathize with a mob that unfairly shuts down a political rally. The journalists may be wimps, but the general public is not, and they are going to respond very harshly.
Once Trump is elected President -- guaranteed by tonight's shameful anarchy -- he will declare martial law in Chicago, flush out the garbage responsible for the anarchy (they can move to a state that voted for Cruz), organize a replacement of the local political machine, and resettle the city with normal Americans. Trump cannot even stand when a lone protester interrupts him during a punchline -- imagine how much he's going to remember a mob of them shutting down an entire rally. He's already warned the other side that he cannot forgive a betrayal of trust, and follows the rule of "an eye for an eye".
When is the other side going to appreciate that they're no longer dealing with a half-black Jimmy Carter?
As angry as you may be feeling, breathe a sigh of relief that this agitation will ensure a two-term reign of Trump, and will create a public mood that will be far more tolerant of law-and-order programs to restore stability.