Jamiel Shaw’s Father Speaks at Donald Trump Rally California Costa Mesa Emotional Speech
– This speech was not broadcast by the TV or cable networks last night. Why?
Jamiel Shaw’s teenage son was shot and killed by an illegal alien gang member in front of his home in LA. The killing may have been a gang initiation.
Meanwhile, outside, protestors riot to demand an end to free speech……
Mexican flag waving, anti-free speech thugs riot outside Trump rally in So Cal
“A riot broke out after a Donald Trump rally in Orange County, California late Thursday night. At least 20 people were arrested after violence erupted outside the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa.
Police cars vandalized. A citizen’s face bloodied in a physical “scuffle.” Police in riot gear. Freeway traffic blocked.
This was not a “protest,” this was a riot.
But, you’ll barely hear the media describing it that way.
Check out the LA Times headline: Protests rage outside Trump rally in Orange County; 17 arrested, police car smashed
Maybe it’s me, but if your headline includes the phrase :”police car smashed,” perhaps you should go ahead and call it a riot and not the benign and righteous sounding “protest.”
The Times write-up of the ugly violence begins with more apologetic language:
Hundreds of demonstrators filled the street outside the Orange County amphitheater where Donald Trump held a rally Thursday night…
“Demonstrators”??? This is a very deliberate use of language. When you have a righteous cause, you’re a “demonstrator.” The Times is using language equating these thugs with someone marching in Selma. “Demonstrators” sounds heroic.
Let’s not forget what these people are rioting about: A political rally consisting of American citizens peacefully assembling (see the Bill of Rights) for the purpose of expressing a political opinion (Ibid).
The best example of journalists siding with the rioting thugs comes from our pals at the Washington Post. First, they use the benign word “clash” to describe the riots.
Trump protesters clashed with police officers here after a campaign rally Thursday hosted by the Republican presidential candidate.
It was just a “clash” everybody. Don’t worry. Of course, when you see what “protesters clashed with police officers” looks like, it sure resembles a riot:
The Post also managed to miss a key part of the political motivations behind the riots. First hand accounts on social media show the anti-free speech hooligans waving Mexican flags as they smashed a cop car and bloodied the face of a peaceful citizen.
How would the average American react knowing that the rioters were waving the flag of a foreign nation as they bullied American citizens?
The Washington Post doesn’t want to find out. Not only is there no mention off the Mexican flag in their report (posted at 5:11 AM, Friday) but they also accompany their story with a picture of a protester standing behind a giant American flag.”
…Continue reading @ HotAir.com
L.A. Times Worries About ‘Unintended Consequences’ of Mexican Flags at Anti-Trump Protest
“Um… Could you anti-Trump protesters please not display so many Mexican flags when protesting against Trump? You might not realize it but it will only help him in the California primary in June.
That is the big worry of the Los Angeles Times in reporting about the protests against Donald Trump yesterday in Costa Mesa. Here is the Times wringing its hands in worry as reported by Ruben Vives and Shelby Grad, about the “unintended consequences” of displaying the Mexican flag which proved counter-productive in the past:
The protests outside Donald Trump’s rally in Costa Mesa on Thursday night appear to point to an upcoming month of activism by Latinos and others as the GOP front-runner tries to seal the presidential nomination in the state.
Hundreds of demonstrators filled the street outside the Orange County amphitheater where Trump held a rally Thursday night, stomping on cars, hurling rocks at motorists and forcefully declaring their opposition to the Republican presidential candidate. At least 17 were arrested.
So the “protests” were really more like riots. Now on to the big concern of the Los Angeles Times:
Traffic came to a halt as protesters walked in the roadway, some waving American and Mexican flags. Protesters smashed a window on at least one police cruiser, punctured the tires of a police sport utility vehicle and at one point, tried to flip a police car.
Video footage showed some demonstrators hurling debris at a passing pickup. One group carried benches and blocked the entrance to the 55 Freeway along Newport Boulevard, with some tossing rocks at motorists near the on-ramp.
It’s hard to know how such protests will impact the GOP race.
Some conservatives pointed with outrage to the use of the Mexican flag during the Costa Mesa protest.
During the anti-Proposition 187 rallies of 1994, the flying of the Mexican flag may have increased support for the initiative, which would have denied public services to immigrants here illegally. It was passed by voters but overturned by the courts.
Protesters carrying the Mexican flag during the 2006 protests also sparked debate.
As those protests continued, there were fewer Mexican flags and more American flags. That happened in part because Spanish-language DJs who promoted the demonstration during their radio shows urged participants to carry American flags to show their patriotism.
“If we want to live here, we want to demonstrate that we love this country and we love the American flag,” DJ Eddie “El Piolin” Sotelo said at the time.
Psst! Could you protesters/rioters at least fake patriotism by waving American, not Mexican, flags? It’s only temporary in order to fool public opinion.
The Times and its allies might have to work very hard to convince anti-Trump protesters to not display Mexican flags so prominently since, as you can see in raw footage of yesterday’s protest/riot, that flag they so desperately want to keep under wraps for PR purposes makes an ubiquitous appearance throughout the video.”
…Continue reading @ NewsBusters.org
– Have a look at the comments section. /CJ
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Where are the Latinos for Trump?
Right in this video from yesterday’s rally in SoCal.