Outrageous violence against Trump rally attendees in San Jose

Yesterday, following a Trump rally in San Jose, California, demonstrators became unpatriotic and violent.

They wave the flag of a foreign country.

They burn the American flag.

They attack Trump supporters.

They interfere with the presidential nomination process. 

They injure police.

They care not for free speech.

These are they who appear at Donald Trump rallies to display, to reveal their inherent unpatriotic nature.

But the media seems sympathetic.  It is the Trump rallies that are violent.  It is Trump who is divisive.  One must deduce for oneself that it is they who come to break up the Trump rally that are dispensers of violence.

Unassimilated “multiculturalism” yields unpatriotic behavior, and we have it in spades now in the “transformed” United States of America.  The president seeks to increase the condition with his short-circuiting of our immigration enforcement, the encouragement of visas, and Central American and Syrian inflows.

We are not distant from the point where those elected from such communities will refuse to swear their allegiance to the Constitution and will be given a pass.  The rationale will go something like this.

He (she) was elected by this minority group and it is understandable that he/she would be uncomfortable pledging allegiance to the Constitution.

Earlier this week, an elected lawmaker, Louisiana’s Barbara Norton (D-Shreveport), had a problem with the Declaration of Independence.

Louisiana lawmaker Barbara Norton (D-Shreveport), argued that America’s founding document was racist[.] … For the Declaration of Independence only Caucasians (were) free[.]

This attitude is a close cousin to the attitudes of those who appear at Trump rallies to burn the American flag and disrupt the process.  Both are steeped in hatred for the history of this nation.  Supporting this feeling is a president who apologizes to the world for the actions of this nation and who has himself disregarded the nature of the Constitution.

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