Here’s how you do it, Bernie. Trump handles BLM heckler.

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  1. FieldingMellish Suspended

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    BLM, recollecting how easy it was to yank the mike and focus away from Bernie Sanders, mistakenly tried that at a Republican rally.

    Trump, in front of a capacity crowd, would have none of that. He identified who the troublemaker was and said, “get him the hell out of here!”

    How can you take hold of world affairs when you let a loudmouth butt in?

    Basically, remain outside the event, hold up your protest signs, and holler all the protest speech you want.


     
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    Not huge Trump supporter but the one thing I can appreciate is that he's blunt and not at all worried about being PC. BLM.........please.

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    yeah, Trump is an awesome example of a leader. Squash any dissenting voices with violence and childish rhetoric. What other leaders present and past have been just like that? hmmmmmmm
     
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    Turning it into a talking point is handling it well? He could just signal security to take care of it and go back to whatever he was discussing before that. Most of that is just histrionic nonsense.
     
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    Yes, because giving in to loud mouthed ill-mannered idiots like Bernie Sanders did is the totally correct way to handle them.
     
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    Better to beat them up for sure that's the way to handle it.
     
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    They had no problem bullying the weak into submission. The beatings will continue until morale improves
     
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    so we should deal with loudmouth idiots like trump by beating him up?
     
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    Sure,you can try it the day trump decides to take over your rally
     
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    he would just drive it into bankruptcy.
     
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    Maybe Bernie's got Low T?

    If so, he could align himself as spokesman with the drug company after his Presidential aspiration's evaporated and grant use of him handing over the microphone.

    What could the voice over be saying?
     
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    As do I.

    I do understand some aspects of BLM, but some of the antics are just silly and do nothing to highlight the real issues.

    Trump clipped their balls quick. Good.
     
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    Where did Trump beat anybody up?
    What are you even talking about?

    The BLM takeover at the Sanders rally was a pathetic display of weakness.
     
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    Trump saying "Get him out of here" might be "handling it well", but supporters beating the guy up is not "handling it well". In fact, it shows just the kind of knuckle-dragging dropouts who support Trump, as we all knew.

    Trump is just a loud-mouthed, arrogant pu**y. I bet if anyone got him one on one, he wouldn't last two seconds. All he has is tough talk.
     
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    What is your source that Trump's supporters beat the guy up? Or are just making **** up so you can insult people who don't think like you?
     
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    Personally I would love to beat that guy up.
     
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    Sure, all of his knuckle dragging supporters will applaud this kind of irresponsible rhetoric. But it isn't very smart to keep stoking up the anger and encouraging violence. Eventually one of his many racist supporters will cross the line at one of his rallies and that will be the end of his presidential campaign.

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/22/polit...ves-matter-protester-confrontation/index.html
     
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    Quote below, from a CNN article:

    Scuffle breaks out at rally

    Several attendees at the rally punched and kicked a protester who tried to disrupt Trump's speech.

    At least a half-dozen attendees shoved and tackled the protester, a black man, to the ground as he refused to leave the event. At least one man punched the protester and a woman kicked him while he was on the ground.

    All of the attendees who were involved in the physical altercation with the protester were white.

    The protester appeared to be shouting "black lives matter" and later removed his sweatshirt to reveal a shirt with those words.

    At least one attendee shouted "all lives matter" as the protester was eventually led out by police officers on the scene.

    Birmingham Police Lt. Sean Edwards told CNN that three people were asked to leave the event following the scuffle. No arrests were made, and the protester did not require medical attention.

    Campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks told CNN that "the campaign does not condone this behavior."

     
  21. rdowns, Nov 23, 2015
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    Yes, and then the racist ********er tweeted this.

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  22. FieldingMellish, Nov 23, 2015
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    Totally strategic, knowing he couldn’t get near the stage and shouting un-amplified from a great distance in a large hall.

    The protestor was clearly an old pro at his game.

    He claims to have been tased lots of times and asked, "Is it me?"

    He also walked Birmingham streets with conspicuous armaments about his body.

    He left the stadium stomping out with a raised hand for all those steps, flipping the entire stadium the bird.
     
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    You're keeping it classy as usual. I would be ashamed if my dad or someone his age spoke the way you do.
     
  24. webbuzz, Nov 23, 2015
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    It's not his first rodeo according to arrest records. Some of the rally attendees said he was taking signs from people before the fight.
     
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    Well, it's close to Thanksgiving, he could be that Uncle you always hear about. :p
     

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