Thursday, May 26, 2016

It’s Trump’s opponents, not his supporters, with the history of infiltrating and disrupting otherwise normal campaign rallies, igniting public fires and hurling rocks at cops.

Over the course of Trump’s yearlong campaign, Trump protesters have: shut down a rally in Chicago; been arrested for punching an elderly man in the face; harassed cops; thrown bottles at police horses, and damaged property.

How much more can they do in the six months left of the campaign?

There is certainly violence happening at Trump’s events, and it’s escalating. But it’s not coming from his team.