Rush: Here's The Frightening TRUTH Behind Trump Rally Demonstrations

On Saturday in Arizona, the media reported that protesters used their vehicles and their bodies to cause a massive traffic jam, blocking access to Donald Trump's rally.

According to CNN, as protesters were removed from the private venue, Trump commented, "They're not really protesters; they're agitators."


On his conservative radio talk show today, Rush Limbaugh said Trump is right. In fact, he said, these demonstrations really aren't about Trump. He explained that it's inaccurate to even refer to them as "Trump protests."

Rush explained that "what's happening in this campaign is tiddlywinks compared to what's going to happen when we get to the general. It doesn't matter who our nominee is, this is tiddlywinks compared to what's gonna happen. We are in the midst of the official, long hoped for, long-awaited transformation of this country from capitalism to socialism by the left and the Democrat Party."

Rush said that the agitators outside Trump's event are there to try to shut it down. They're the same climate change, Occupy Wall Street, and Black Lives Matters groups we've seen elsewhere. If it was another GOP frontrunner at that campaign rally and Trump wasn't in the race, they'd still be demonstrating.

"These are provocations and riots in waiting," Rush added.

Do you think Rush is right with this?

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