California Mayor Blames Trump For Protestors Violently Attacking Citizens

One thing you will rarely, if ever hear about is Republicans protesting at a Hillary Clinton or a Bernie Sanders rally. Why? Because Republicans and Conservatives believe that having and forming your own opinion on issues and candidates is a principal of American freedom.

The same thing cannot be said for Democrats and Liberals. They feel that it is their inherent right and duty to attack people who do not think or believe the same way they do.

Just look at the Trump rallies. Some of the protestors burn American flags and wave Mexican flags. Some of the protestors jump on police cars and attack police officers. The protestors also violently attack Trump supporters. They are unable to tolerate a viewpoint that is different from their own.

The reason that these brutal attacks are continuing is that elected officials are allowing it happen and even offer justification for the attacks. After the Trump rally in San Jose, CA on Thursday, liberal mayor Sam Liccardo wasn’t mad at the protestors for destroying public property, desecrating the American flag, or attacking innocent citizens. According to the Weekly Standard, Liccardo blamed all of the violence on Trump.

“At some point Donald Trump needs to take responsibility for the irresponsible behavior of his campaign,” Liccardo said.

The same should be true of the people who don’t agree with what Donald Trump is saying. They need to take responsibility for their actions, act like decent Americans, and let their voice be heard at the ballot box on election day. 

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